UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — As scientists struggle to come to grips with Colony Collapse Disorder, a mysterious disease threatening to wipe out domesticated honey bees in the United States, they have begun to cast a worried eye toward wild bees — trying to gauge their numbers, health and ecological status. Many studies Researchers in Penn […]
Ohio, Pa., and U.S. showing increase in corn, and wheat stocks from 2008.
COLUMBUS — As reported in the Jan. 17 Wall Street Journal, several state legislatures, poultry industry officials and economic development offices are working to capitalize on the farm-unfriendly nature of California’s new law on housing for egg-laying hens. All are welcome According to the article, Nevada, Idaho and Georgia have been among states promising “friendlier […]
HARRISBURG — You could hear a pin drop as everyone anxiously awaited the judges’ decision for supreme champion beef female and bull Jan.11, at the 2010 Pa. Farm Show. The Hereford grand champion female, MH 29R Miss Rock 8181, exhibited by nine year-old Walker Dunn, of Crawford Co. was supreme champion female overall. The supreme […]
Rowdy ‘Nugent’ wins steer show by topping more than 70 entries.
SALEM, Ohio — A New Mexico dairy farmer is asking for help across the country in organizing a national milk dump. Dairy farmer Deborah Stark, of Clovis, N.M., said the last year in the dairy industry has started her on a mission and now she needs some help. In a statement released to media and […]
Youth champions top last year’s sale at the 2010 Pa. Farm Show.
A plan to fund the Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board is expected this month.
Junior beef breeders bring best to Pa. Farm Show
Indiana County teen exhibits winning lamb, topping 230 entries.