Thursday, March 21, 2019

By LEVI ARNOLD As agriculturists we do as much as we can to plan everything within our power. Whether Mother Nature lets our plans work...

Almost overnight, the old field below the house has greened up, and birds have set up nesting territories. Bluebirds were the first to lay eggs...

With the arrival of mid-May, every farmer I know is feeling the need to push hard through any window of opportunity.

It’s just a fact that some people see the proverbial glass half-full rather than half-empty and some people say tomahto, others tomato. These tomahto/half-fullers aren’t...

Crop reporting is still required to maintain eligibility for most USDA programs.

The science of food safety doesn’t support mandatory GMO or biotech food labels.

The grain market response to the planting progress has been a little ugly.

Ignorance, and misinformation, is very difficult to overcome, particularly with a general populace that is increasingly science-illiterate and a lack of public trust in research by both the government and universities.

Birds vocalize throughout the year, but the purpose of the sounds varies. Always, however, birds sing to communicate.

By SAM MOORE   During most of the 20th century Salem, Ohio, was a hotbed of industrial activity with several large manufacturing plants, such as those...
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