Sunday, June 16, 2019
gardening news

Applications are available for the Ohio State University Master Gardener 2019 training class this winter.

ATHENS, Ohio - The fall season can be a good time for livestock producers to evaluate hay quality to ensure that animals are receiving the proper nutrient requirements.

COLUMBUS -- The Ohio Board of Regents recently issued a comprehensive report on commercialization efforts, making recommendations to improve the technology transfer pipeline to...

U.S. hog inventory up 1 percent.

Souteastern Ohio producers saluted for farm management savvy.

One of West Virginia’s most known bat caves has white-nose syndrome.

AMES, Iowa - Dave Serfling has been going to Iowa State University for almost 17 years, but Dec. 16 the full-time farmer completed his master's degree just as his daughter, a college sophomore in Michigan, finished up her fall semester exams.

ADA, Minn. - Thousands of farmers nationwide who purchased the BASF herbicide POAST may be eligible for cash benefits from a $62.

Members revamped the farm group's line fencing policy, and added new policy regarding water use and drainage.

SALEM, Ohio - Individuals supporting Geauga County 4-H'ers Lindsey and Christen Ferguson are circulating an online petition, hoping enough electronic signatures will encourage the Geauga County fair board to change its mind.
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