Wednesday, October 17, 2018

COLUMBUS -- The debate over Ohio Senate Bill 141, which would transfer regulation of large-scale farms to the Ohio Department of Agriculture from the...

Officials from The Ohio State University and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources dedicated a new Natural Resources Interpretive Center in the conservation area Sept. 19 during the 2000 Farm Science Review.

An F-4 tornado struck southwestern Ohio Sept. 20, revisiting the Greene County town of Xenia leveled by a tornado in 1974.

During the Farm Science Review, ag economist Carl Zulauf threw down the gauntlet with this statement: "There is no reason livestock has to be in Ohio. The industry has to make its own way."

The U.S. Senate last week approved an amendment-free bill granting permanent normal trade relations for China.

COLUMBUS -- Getting the federal government to tie highway funding to ethanol use may have been in the hopper for action, but it was...

The greatest potential of precision farming is probably still in the future, when the technology has developed even more than it has today.

The House that Soy Built, an icon to the many uses of soy, opened at this year's Farm Science Review.

Look for the American public to expect greater environmental responsibility for its investment in agriculture in the next farm bill debate.

A great pile of caps of many colors, constructed by visitors during the three days of the Farm Science Review, will warm the heads this winter of every child in the Columbus Homeless Families Foundation housing complex.
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