Monday, April 23, 2018

COLUMBUS -- Ohio officials report that eight separate salmonella illnesses in Ohio are part of a multistate outbreak associated with chicks and/or ducklings purchased this year at agricultural supply stores sourced from an Ohio hatchery.

How to handle livestock? Calm down, stop yelling and remove distractions.

SALEM, Ohio -- The region's shale-leasing boom has ignited a gusher of offers to buy mineral rights, and landowners need to use caution when...

ASHEVILLE, N.C. -- Last month, the contiguous U.S. had dramatic shifts in regional temperatures, but overall May was slightly cooler and wetter than normal....

Storms and flooding trigger used vehicle scams.

With the Marcellus and Utica shales attracting drillers, Ohioan should know the basics of oil and gas leases.

After the wettest spring on record, Ohio farmers finally got a break in the weather last week.

Like traditional cow dairies, the sheep dairy is regularly inspected by the Ohio Department of Agriculture.

EAST LANSING, Mich. -- When asked about his research, John Wise can't help but perk up. Wise is an entomologist at Michigan State University, where he coordinates the Applied Insecticide Toxicology Laboratory and is also the research and extension coordinator for the Trevor Nichols Research Center.

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Two popular caves within the Forbes State Forest, Coon Cave in Westmoreland County and Barton Cave in Fayette County, will soon...
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