The top stories from the week Dec. 14 to Dec. 20, 2014.
When Christmas is over and your tree begins to drop its needles, don’t put it out for the garbage.
Oil is falling, transportation is changing, and who know knows what that might mean for 2015.
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack withdrew his proposal to create a second beef checkoff program Dec. 19.
Kids get a kick out of making angels from corn husks, but also enjoy filling glass ornaments with seeds. Even the teenagers in the family tolerate spray painting components for the baskets.
Volunteers with OSU Extension Master Gardeners participated in Wreaths Across America, which places wreaths on veterans’ graves.
A propane shortage last January left agriculture producers and home consumers scrambling to keep their home warm in one of the coldest winters in recent history.
A month’s worth of online public comments on USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack’s proposed implementation of a second beef checkoff program closed Dec. 10, three days before House and Senate passage of 2015 funding legislation. But that didn’t stop legislators from weighing in on the matter.
There are numerous alternatives to bows, wrapping paper, gift boxes and store-bought gift tags, and they all come from materials you have around the house.
ACLU threatens legal action against Wayne County school over allegations a tutor was terminated for expressing his vegan views.
Lower grain and fuel prices will spell relief for livestock farmers. However, rent and land values remain high.
While the weather outside isn’t frightful – yet – livestock producers still need to be thinking now about how they’ll keep their animals warm when the temperatures drop, wind chills rise and it starts to snow, snow, snow.
The top stories from the week Dec. 7 to Dec. 13, 2014.
Here are some of the web’s best farms showing Christmas cheer.
Cold weather can be rough on our feathered friends. Providing birds with food and shelter throughout the winter helps keep them happy and healthy, and lights up my otherwise dismal looking yard with color and song.
Ohio Farm Bureau Federation delegates met Dec. 10-12 to wrestle with ways the state’s largest farm organization should address the hot topics of CAUV, water quality and taxes.
Choosing decor wisely and using it correctly will help to keep you and your home safe this holiday season.
Promoting the quality of a farm’s product, according to Sam Hawk, is every bit as important as the day-to-day production work. Hawk has no problem discussing his passion for farming.
A survey of the Midwest shows the value of renting agricultural buildings.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources granted 79 permits during the month of November.