Gluten has recently attracted great attention that has mainly been attributed to the increasing number of diagnosed patients with intolerance to this protein fraction, advances in detection methods with improved sensitivity as well as the increasing awareness of the existence of the disease. Celiac disease is an autoimmune enteropathy triggered by gluten ingestion for which a gluten-free diet is currently the sole treatment. This complimentary webinar will provide an overview of available gluten-free certification schemes and explore the key principles…Find out more »
The seminar will kick-start Chick Days. Register by Feb. 7 at 330-533-5551.Find out more »
Come for a night filled with jazz music provided from students and alumni from the Youngstown Jazz Collective at Youngstown State University! Join us Monday, February 10 from 7-10pm from music, dancing, and refreshments.Find out more »
The three-session webinar program will be held Jan. 30, Feb, 4 and Feb. 11. Registration is due by Jan. 17. The school will focus on planting, harvesting, storing and feeding high quality forage feedstuffs.Find out more »
The Minerva FFA Alumni Chapter will host a pancake breakfast on Saturday, January 25 from 8 to 11 AM. The breakfast will be held at Minerva High School. Pancakes, eggs, and sausage will be served. All proceeds will benefit the Minerva FFA Alumni Scholarship fund to help students like Bill Brown, who received the scholarship last year, continue their education.Find out more »
Farm and Dairy is collecting your vintage photos of farm and rural life for a special 100th anniversary feature.
Lawmakers discuss major tax code reform introduced by Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich.
When the time comes, people around the world turn their clocks an hour ahead come the springtime and turn them back again when autumn arrives. This is because of daylight saving time, an idea first introduced centuries ago by Benjamin Franklin.
The restoration of Pennsylvania’s river-otter population has been, by all accounts, a great success, and a study being conducted by researchers in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences will soon quantify the accomplishment by yielding population information.