OCM explains its dislike of ‘industrial ag,’ trust in HSUS
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The 13th annual Western Reserve Toy Show will be March 2 at Western Reserve Elementary School in Collins, Ohio.
Warren-Trumbull County Public Library will continue to offer free blood pressure screening on a regular basis at library locations around the county.
High demand for fall-born lambs increases interest in production systems that utilize spring breeding.
Animal health officials investigating the reported illness in three cows in Cherokee County have found no evidence of a relationship between the illness and the Columbia space shuttle disaster.
Annual spring concert will be March 2 in Wooster.
Do organic foods really taste better than their conventionally grown counterparts? Consumers can’t tell the difference.
The Medina County Historical Society’s first open house of the year will be March 2 at the John Smart House.
Cooking class teaches participants new ways to do their bodies a favor.
The third annual tour will feature 20 stops in Geauga, Portage and Trumbull counties.
Getting the numbers for breeds, rolling herd average, TMR, forage rations and BST use.
The Firelands Coin Club’s 43rd annual show will be held March 9 in Norwalk, Ohio.
Lake Metroparks will offer more than 70 day camps this summer, including music, art, farming, nature, outdoor skills, fishing, in-line skating and science.
U.S. farmers hit by weather-related disasters in 2001 or 2002 will get a little relief with the $3 billion farm disaster assistance package.
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