Saturday, January 22, 2022
American wigeon

The United States Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has confirmed highly pathogenic Eurasian H5 avian influenza in a wild American wigeon in Colleton County, South Carolina.
solar array Pennsylvania

In Pennsylvania, there are currently about 450 utility-scale solar projects under consideration. That brings up opportunities for farmers, but also questions about how solar development could affect the state’s agriculture.
Ethan Lane

National political challenges facing the beef industry were a focal point at the Ohio Cattlemen's Association annual meeting and awards banquet. 
Zane Gross

The Ohio Cattlemen's Association recognized industry leaders at its annual meeting, Jan. 8. 
John Barnhart

When the Barnharts decided to expand their meat goat herd, they didn't build new fences or facilities. Instead, they renovated a set of unused hog barns.

The government of India has agreed to allow imports of U.S. pork and pork products into India, removing a long-standing barrier to U.S. agricultural trade. 
Venus flytrap

Give your Venus flytrap a good shot at survival. Learn more about its soil, water, sunlight, air circulation, feeding and propagation requirements.
Half-Ton Butter Sculpture Highlights 2022 Farm Show Theme of ‘Harvesting More’

Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding unveiled the 2022 Pennsylvania Farm Show butter sculpture, which highlights this year’s theme of “harvesting more.” 
Two people stand on a farm.

Jeff and Janet Allen aren’t shy about sharing what they’ve learned in their 30 years of running their beef cow/calf operation: Using conservation practices is good for woodlands, water and the environment as a whole. But it’s also good for the farmers.
Hands type on a laptop.

Pennsylvania is gearing up to take full advantage of federal broadband funds, at the state level, and at the regional level.