There are a lot of things that leave Editor Susan Crowell shaking her head this week.
A collection of daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, tintypes, ivorytypes, opaltypes, cyanotypes, daguerreotype cases and other historical photos is on display at Penn State University.
The Harold Sanor family of North Georgetown received this year’s Goodyear Conservation Farmer of the Year award from the Columbiana Soil and Water Conservation District.
A bee hive project has gotten some students interested in ag science that teacher Dean Frank had never even seen before.
Four producers outlined their operations during a panel discussion at the northeast regional meeting of the Professional Dairy Heifers Growers Association in Akron last week.
More than 160 potential and current replacement heifer growers attended last week’s northeast regional conference.
One Ohio Jersey milk producer found greener fields for his heifer raising management plan.
Knox County farmers Greg and Beverly Miller of Lone Pine Ranch, Howard, received the statewide Environmental Stewardship Award sponsored by the Ohio Sheep Improvement Association.
Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has issued a final permit to allow Stoll Farms Inc. to expand its Wayne County dairy farm.
In her weekly commentary, Editor Susan Crowell reminds readers that problems, like beauty, are in the eye of the beholder.
Ohio’s land values and land use are shifting from the Midwest into the Northeast.
Smart farm management decisions earned Knox County dairyman Tom Freer one of five Environmental Stewardship Awards presented statewide by the Ohio Livestock Council.
The Ohio Senate approved legislation May 24 to transfer regulation of large livestock operations from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
A northeastern Ohio buffalo ranch is a world leader in buffalo genetics and DNA testing.
The members of Select Sires and Sire Power have approved the merger of the two artificial insemination cooperatives.
Dairy farmers across the nation are organizing a dump of one day’s milk production, hoping to draw national attention to low milk prices.
Ohio Gov. Bob Taft responded to a set of questions concerning environmental issues and agriculture.
The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy has listed Ayrshire, Guernsey and Milking Shorthorn dairy breeds on its watch list because they have shown a marked decline since 1970.
Demand is strong for Bunker Hill’s organic cheese and Goshen Dairy is considering bottling organic fluid milk.
Boer goats are meat goats native to South Africa, but they are also one of the hottest new farm animals in Ohio.