Mercer County 4-H’ers capped their market livestock projects during the annual livestock sale July 31.
This week’s top stories include a demonstration plot with Buckeye pride, the Ohio State Fair’s butter sculpture, 5 tips for perfect jams and jellies, a vet camp for students and Carroll County Fair sale results.
Growing garlic is easy. Garlic planted in fall and overwintered is ready to harvest by mid to late summer.
Bull. Steer. Cow. Heifer. Keep your bovine straight with this guide.
This year’s Jefferson County Fair will feature an open rabbit hopping competition at 9 a.m. Aug. 20. That’s right, rabbit hopping. Think horse jumping, only in miniature. And fur.
Betty Vernon is no stranger to the harness race track at Canfield or Coshocton County fairs.
The Columbiana County Agricultural Hall of Fame will induct Allan Chamberlin and Charles Harper during enshinement ceremonies Aug. 4 at the Columbiana County Fair.
Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences designed cornfield’s ‘cool’ Block O to spur conversations on precision ag potential.
The 2015 display features the butter cow and calf standing next to life-size sculptures of Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer and mascot Brutus Buckeye, along with larger-than-life carvings of the coveted national championship trophy and two Ohio State football helmets.