Nearly 250 years of family ancestry, local legend, historical records and funny anecdotes tell a story of a family’s love for their land.
It’s that time of year again: hunting season!
In two years, the historic Kister Mill in southwest Wayne County will turn 200.
A byproduct of coal-fired power plants could make an exceptional soil amendment and help reduce nutrient loss.
There’s plenty of old corn out there, as the new corn is coming off the fields this harvest season.
Flu season is upon us. Learn more about prevention and the vaccine to lessen the likelihood of falling ill.
Farm and Dairy is celebrating its 100th anniversary, and we’d love you to join our open house Oct. 12.
CARROLLTON, Ohio — The Carroll County Cattlemen’s Association combined forces with the Carroll County 4-H and OSU Extension for a fall meeting to find out the best way to winterize a cattle herd. Organizers like John McKarns and Dr. Keith Burgett said without the organizations working together, the event wouldn’t have come together. The event […]
The top stories from the week September 21-September 27, 2014.
Whether you grow your own or purchase pumpkins, gourds and squash at market, these five preservation steps make autumn ornamentals last longer.
The Lillie Farm is full of dairy history, but as times changed, so did it. It is now a grain farm.
This time of year, farm markets will advertise their fresh apples for sale and u-pick opportunities.
The Tuscarawas County Fair set another sale record.
From planters to harvesters, the focus continues to be on high-tech, precision equipment.
The top stories from the week September 14-September 20, 2014.
Black walnuts are the most prolific native nut tree in Farm and Dairy’s circulation area. Unfortunately, most of their delicious free nutmeat drops to waste because people don’t know how to harvest, process and store black walnuts.
A century after blight erased the American chestnut from the landscape, researchers are closer than ever to bringing it back.
Ohio’s conservation award winners include: Gerald and Cheryl Whipple of Ottawa County; Steve and Beth Fulton of Medina County; Casey Clemens of Morgan County; Bruce and Carol Goodwin of Warren County; and Karl and Kevin Elder of Fairfield County.
Employers are telling ag colleges: ‘We like what we see, we need more; we can’t have enough of your graduates.’
With new data and modern technology, seed companies can now prescribe the best seeds directly to your farm.