Saturday, February 17, 2018

WOOSTER, Ohio — Ohio State University will hold a workshop on the science, art and business of large-scale composting. The Ohio Compost Operator Education...

MANHATTAN, Kan. -- News reports of health inspections in restaurant kitchens can be enough to discourage would-be diners, yet home kitchens also can provide...

MANHATTAN, Kan. -- Tight supplies and strong demand propelled fed cattle values into another record-breaking week Feb. 28 to March 4, but cattle feeders' profits are not as lofty as some might expect, according to Kansas State University agricultural economist, Glynn Tonsor.

Ice, snow and rain have been a catastrophic combination in recent days.

Instead of grain marketing insight, Marlin Clark shares a different story this week -- a story that is more important than the price of corn, and we're privileged to share it.

Largest restitution for a poached deer ever imposed in Ohio: nearly $24,000.

FRESNO, Calf. — The National Dairy Producers Organization Inc. held an official signing of the Contract with Producers during its first meeting at the...

COLUMBUS — State Veterinarian Tony Forshey was recently recognized with the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association’s (OVMA) highest honor, the Veterinarian of the Year Award....

Farming is a journey that is only beginning for Beagle Hill Farms.

LEXINGTON, Ky. — The University of Kentucky Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center and Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory report an increase in the number...
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