Thursday, February 22, 2018

YOUNGSTOWN -- Raelyn Ruppel, a senior fine arts major at The University of Akron will display her photography project, The Beauty and Tragedy of...

N.Y. farmers are growing concerned about the potential loss of a number of agriculture support programs in this year's state budget. Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed a $162.6 million budget for the state's agriculture department and calls for cuts to various programs funded by the state.

DES MOINES, Iowa — With a new focus on reaching creative home cooks who already prepare pork, the National Pork Board recently announced a...

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Farmers should examine winter wheat and forages as the crops emerge from dormancy to determine if they have been damaged...

YOUNGSTOWN -- Joseph Badger Meadows, an underutilized Presbyterian USA camp and conference center in northeast Ohio, is looking for an on-site camp coordinator. The...

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.
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