Saturday, March 28, 2020
Austin Timmons

Austin Timmons found a 4-point whitetail antler shed, in Salem, Ohio on March 14, 2020.
cows in barn

Demand for fluid milk — half gallons and gallons — at retail outlets surged after the COVID-19 outbreak hit the U.S.
Ohio farm

Agriculture is considered essential business during COVID-19 closures, but farms may face challenges with the H-2A visa program and labor on the farm.
farmers hands on tool

Many agricultural businesses are still open after stay-at-home orders were enacted, but they’ve changed the way they operate.
horses eating hay

URBANA, Ill. — It’s something you wouldn’t believe could happen unless you saw it. You walk out to the barn in the morning and...
beech leaf disease

The symptoms of beech leaf disease are plain to see, but opinions differed on the cause. Now, researchers may be one step closer to finding an answer.
Two students and a teacher work on a soil experiment.

Students at East Technical High School, in Cleveland, are learning about agriculture through an agribusiness career and technical education program.
glenn elzinga at grazing conference

Build soil health through managed grazing practices, and productivity will follow. Idaho rancher Glenn Elzinga spoke about his diversified livestock operation at the Western PA Grazing Conference.
FFA logo

Firelands FFA members submitted application and officer books for evaluation and Black River FFA chapter started off its spring judging invitationals.
russell redding speaks

Pennsylvania hunters donated a record 150,000 pounds of venison to Hunters Sharing the Harvest in 2018. That deer meat went to food banks throughout the state to feed families in need.