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Registered voters and concerned citizens of this country are subjected to the outrageous nonsense of presidential primaries.
Ernie Oelker invites producers to check out farm profitability data, then figure how their own worth stacks up.
Columnist Judith Sutherland wonders what life might be like if farmers negotiated union contracts for their fair share of the pie.
Each week Farm and Dairy challenges readers to identify a small tool or gadget.
Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt hopes her children never forget no matter how big they get, they’re still her babies.
Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb shares steps through her ankle rehabilitation journey.
This year is poinsed to be one of the wettest on record in many states. Most of us are still wondering what the rest of the winter will bring.
Strickler gets position after nationwide search, tops field of 57 applicants.
Bald eagle sightings were at record levels for the past two years; most spotted in counties on western shore of Lake Erie.
Experts agree that sheep and goat producers are in a crisis with parasite control and drug resistance.
Power Show Ohio, Jan. 30-Feb. 1, fills four buildings at the Ohio state fairgrounds – four buildings of the latest equipment and gadgets for the farm, construction or landscape user.
It’s often ignored, but pesticide storage is a big deal.
Ohio auctioneers David Jones of Flushing and Joel Wilson of Batavia entered the hall of fame Jan. 18.
Food and Drug Administration beefs up firewalls that protect the U.S. food supply from mad cow disease.
Measuring odor is one step closer to being objective.
A mare cries for help. A colt is in danger. A girl responds. Can they save each other or will they die trying?
The hamburger- and steak-eating public isn’t backing away from the table. The mad cow scare seems to have renewed consumer interest in buying beef grown and processed locally.
Jan Lyons returns home to offer beef industry insights at Ohio Cattlemen’s Association banquet.
Ohio cattlemen saluted their peers and those who work with the beef industry during the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association annual banquet Jan. 24.
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