This week’s top stories include an announcement about Earth Day, sunlight requirements for growing vegetables, an update on a vegan tutor’s settlement with the school district he worked for, weather resources for farmers and tips for keeping wildlife out of your garden.
Used equipment can sometimes cost less, but not always. Especially down the road.
Pennsylvania officials reminded both motorists and farmers to be mindful of one another on the road during Rural Roads Safety Week across the state.
In West Virginia, lawmakers are split over the forced pooling measure.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued 38 new permits for horizontal wells in March, a five-permit drop from February, but still more than the 32 issued in the state in January.
Research supports the health benefits of soyfoods, such as lowering cholesterol, stabilizing blood sugar levels and providing vitamins and minerals.
Ohio’s producing wells and shale drillers as of March 28, 2015.
The agreement takes effect immediately and will allow U.S. producers to export slaughter cattle to Mexico for the first time in more than a decade.
BERLIN, Ohio — The Hiland FFA chapter spent the week of March 23 showing the student body and staff what FFA means. Each day of the week was assigned a theme and animal for the chapter’s petting zoo during lunch. Monday was animal print day. Natalie Lovell brought her horse, Yoda. Shear Equipment […]
BERLIN CENTER, Ohio — Members of the Western Reserve Rangers 4-H club made plans to march in the Berlin Township Memorial Day Parade May 24. Clothing and fashion members are getting ready for another year. In March, the youth and parents toured the JoAnn ETC Store in Boardman, where members selected patterns, fabric and […]