Exotic Bird Show to be held Feb. 25 in the Rhodes Center.
Awards were made at the 2001 Junior Holstein Association state convention Feb. 2-4 in West Middlesex, Pa.
Steve Badgett of Berlin Center, Ohio, calls for the complete dismantling of the Ohio Proficiency Test.
A special open house display featuring the work of Niles area artists and authors will be on exhibit at the Niles Historical Society for the next two months.
A 26-year-old retired Appaloosa being kept by Mary Jo Modzeldwski of Burgettstown, Pa., ventured onto a footbridge where it had never gone before and fell through. It took a tow truck to get him out.
Ed Ballard, animal systems educator from the University of Illinois, and a host of diverse Ohio producers will speak at Ohio Forage and Grasslands Council annual conference March 2.
Napoleon in Egypt, a history exhibit exploring the time the French conqueror spent in one of the world’s greatest civilizations, will open March 3 at the Cincinnati History Museum.
Research at The University of Tennessee has focused on the economic feasibility of growing biomass crops for energy production.
The GMO revolution promises a long-lasting and favorable impact on agriculture worldwide.
Two Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute researchers found that it doesn’t matter if it’s barbecue, sour cream and onion, or plain – potato chips are the snack of choice for pigs.
The 25th annual Maple Syrup Festival is March 3-4 and 10-11, from noon to 4 p.m. daily.
FDA approval of ultraviolet light processing to reduce pathogens for all fruit and vegetable juices could be a big boost to small cider producers.
Shirley Adams, host ofthe television show The Sewing Connection aired on PBS, will be a guest teacher at Sewing Smorgasbord sponsored by Ohio State University Extension that will offer 18 sewing-related classes.
This six-part series on dating covers topics from meeting new people to strategies for a successful marriage.
More than 80 percent of U.S. consumers want GM food labeled. Consumer scientist says farmers should want that, too.
Antique consultants Gus Knapp and Nancy Kalin and 35 dealers will be at the Antiques in Canton Show and Sale sponsored by the Museum Guild of the Canton Museum of Art.
DeFina Auctions hosted the sale of the lifetime collection of Lionel model trains from the estate of the late John Brenner.
Ed Johnson, who pioneered ag broadcasts across Ohio, died at his home Feb. 12, 2001.
A clock made by Jacob Blumer of the family famous for hiding the Liberty Bell during the Revolutionary War sold for $4,950.
Sheep seized in July 2000 after the USDA found transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE) disease will now be destroyed.