The top stories from the week Feb. 22 to Feb. 28, 2015.
COLUMBUS — Three worrisome strains of avian flu have been detected in birds out West.
There isn’t a formula for market garden profitability, but attention to what is most profitable, least labor intensive and most cost effective to produce will help you determine what to grow.
Farmers now have until March 31 to update yields and reallocate base acres.
Over the two years in Ohio, there has been a 200 percent increase in oil production and a 350 percent increase in gas production.
Northeast Ohio Dairy Conference focuses on farm succession.
A new Ohio State University policy requires all students, staff and volunteers working in programs with youth to be fingerprinted every four years.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. — Members of the western Pennsylvania community of New Wilmington continue to offer their support of Brett McKelvey, the 7-month-old baby born with a heart defect. Brett’s story was shared in Farm and Dairy in January, and nationally, after a local FFA student, Ty Phillips, began a fundraiser to raise funds for […]
When the Joseph T. Simpson Library in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, decided to launch a seed library on Earth Day 2014, the group’s promotion efforts ran headlong into the state’s seed law.
The next real grain market news does not come until the March 31 USDA Planting Intentions Report. Currently we think that the acres will be several million below the planting of last year. Now comes the guessing.