Sunday, March 29, 2020

BURTON, Ohio - Miriam places her stethoscope with precision, listening for the ka-dunk, ka-dunk, ka-dunk of heartbeats.

HANOVERTON, Ohio - Scott Lindsay attributes his success as a farmer to hard work, dedication and his family.

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- On the heels of finding chronic wasting disease in a Pennsylvania deer, it's time for the state's game commissioners to...

A Chardon maple producer taps into the sap of 200 trees on his farm to produce maple syrup.

Rick Lahmers showed champion Holsteins while his brother Rick showed champion Brown Swiss.

REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio - It began shortly after the new year in 2003 and by March, more than a dozen horses at the University of Findlay stables were dead.

WASHINGTON, Ohio -- Penn State's School of Forest Resources, along with several Penn State Cooperative Extension county offices, have received funding from the Center...

Editor: I read with mixed thoughts, the commentary, "The jobs are there, the education is not" (Sept. 27, 2012 issue). Yes, education and learning is...
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Silage testing is a fundamental tool for the farm to continuously evaluate quality and adjust to feed the best-possible forages.

Editor's note: This is the second installment in our four-part look at Ohio's farmland preservation efforts.