The Ohio Farm Bureau made its annual trip to Washington to visit with Ohio Congressmen and talk about ag policy.
Americans can’t ignore the disaster created by mad cow disease in Europe. Extension Agent Jim Skeeles arms you with enough details so you can be informed about the potential risks.
How much corn to plant this spring is going to be a tough decision for Ohio and Indiana farmers facing either shortages or extremely high prices for nitrogen fertilizers, a key input.
The Buckeye State Button Society show is April 6-8 at the Best Western Motel in Medina.
Here are the details of the three irrigation/wetland demonstration sites created in Ohio.
Corn growers are in a corner when it comes to finding a crop rotation to follow StarLink corn.
The Ohio Young Farmers recognized many state winners at its annual convention, Feb. 17-18.
The USDA reached an agreement with pork producers’ groups to allow the pork checkoff to continue if the National Pork Board severs its ties to the National Pork Producers Council.
The third annual Antiques Market will be April 28 at the Federated Family Life Center, 16349 Chillicothe Road (Route 306), Chagrin Falls.
The Ohio Historical Society will make its building doctors available for eight clinics for old-building owners during 2001.
Farm and Dairy Editor says hello to a new behind-the-scenes talent at the newspaper: food and family life editor Laurie Steeb.
The Farm Belt has a lot of political capital invested in the administration of President George W. Bush.
There are three clues couples can use to test the health of their relationship. Part four of our six-part series on relationships explains how.
A northeastern Ohio Web company is offering farm fresh goods direct to the consumer.
Believe it or not, February actually registered above-average temperatures – at least at Ed Copeland’s weather station in southern Columbiana County.
The Beaver-Lawrence Holstein Club celebrated its 50th anniversary with a special historical timeline.
“A Fugitive’s Path Escape on the Under Ground Railroad,” a new program at Hale Farm and Village, presents a first hand look at a runaway slave’s flight to freedom.
Although they play a major role when their spouses are in the White House, First Ladies are often forgotten when the presidential term ends. A wife of an Ohio congressman is working to change that with the creation of the National First Ladies’ Library in Canton.
Because of unrelenting human demand for water, Africa’s Lake Chad, once one of the continent’s largest bodies of fresh water, has shriveled to a ghost of a great lake.
Milk producers in Columbiana and Mahoning counties received recognition for herd production in the last two years.