For years, farmers’ hearts would leap when the word “ethanol” appeared in a newspaper headline. Now farmers almost dread it because they know the ensuing story is likely to outline the inevitable bust that awaits them if the current unplanned, willy-nilly ethanol boom continues.
Look, I don’t want to alarm anyone, but last week was Thanksgiving. How did that happen? It seems like only yesterday, I was first perusing the Christmas holiday decor alongside the Fourth of July merchandise.
WASHINGTON – The emerald ash borer quarantine has been expanded and includes the entire states of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, more than doubling the previously quarantined area which includes the entire lower peninsula of Michigan.
Share emerald ash borer quarantine has been expanded and includes the entire states of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, more than doubling the previously quarantined area which includes the entire lower peninsula of Michigan. ">
BELTSVILLE, Md. – Having successfully turned pieces of giant soybean stalks into charcoal briquettes, Agricultural Research Service chemical engineer Justin Barone now believes they would make good fiberboard and other wood-substitute products as well.
URBANA, Ill. – Genetically modified (GM) crops and new information technologies will be central to meeting the food demands of a rapidly growing world population sustainably, said a University of Illinois agricultural economist.
SALEM, Ohio – When Ohio Fresh Eggs operators bought the facilities from the now-defunct Buckeye Egg Farm, they promised to be good, conscientious neighbors who would make the farm an asset to the community.
Here we are with a streamlined food page in 4-color! Recipes, more recipes and nothing but recipes! We’ll focus mainly on “back to basic” recipes using ingredients that most of us keep on hand all the time.