Learn the secrets to successful container gardens, no matter where you live. Container gardening offers an alternative to traditional gardening, and allows for portability. It is also a great way to recycle many items and add creativity to your landscaping. Topics: Learn the secrets to successful container gardens Discover how container gardens allow for portability […]Find out more »
CLASSES – HOT FARM TRACTOR – SINGLE ENGINE MOD – PERFORMANCE STREET GAS – 2.6 DIESEL – 10.5 FARM STOCK – 6500 OPEN STREET GAS – OPEN THUNDER (Click for info) – Work Stock ~Back by popular demandFind out more »
FARM Show Garden tractor Pull 14hp unaltered stock 3600RPM – 1000# and 1050# 12hp S/A – 1000# and 1050# 16hp NQS S/A – 1050# and 1050# 25hp Hot Stock Twin – 1000# and 1050# 20hp S/A Twin – 1050# and 1100# 3 cylinder turbo Diesel and NQS Pro/Super – 1100# and 1150#Find out more »
The tour, guided by the Muskingum County Sheriff’s Office, will travel the northeastern part of Muskingum County, covering 40 miles. Tour starts at Gaumer Park. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Deadline for reservations is July 3. There is a $5 registration fee.Find out more »
Classes are: Antique1st and any gear farm stock and open antique all non-turbo. Presented by South Buffalo VFD.Find out more »
Classes are ABC 2750#-7500#, V8 3000# and 5000 rpm, V8 5500#-6500#. Presented by Columbiana County Antique Tractor Association.Find out more »
Members of Organization for Competitive Markets recently made a visit to Ohio, explaining their market vision and alliance with HSUS.
WASHINGTON — A dozen leaders of state and national agriculture organizations from around the United States visited the Middle East and Europe through a trade mission organized by the U.S. Meat Export Federation. The goal is to develop a deeper understanding of the potential of these two export markets for U.S. beef, pork and lamb. […]
Some basic steps to protecting your farm building rooves from snow damage.
Most farmers say they would farm without crop insurance, but it makes their lives a little easier. Without the backup of crop insurance, they say, their business and livelihood might not survive. Kristy Foster-Seachrist examines how Ohio farms are using, or not using, the program.