Monday, December 9, 2019

The American Farm Bureau Federation's survey of classic Thanksgiving Day dinner indicates the average cost of this year's feast is $5 per person.
hunter loading rifle orange vest

Expanded Sunday hunting is coming to Pennsylvania next year. Gov. Tom Wolf signed Senate Bill 147 into law on Nov. 27, allowing hunting on three Sundays.
The inside of The Farmer's Rail

Mary Anne Kettering, of MaryAnne's Meats, and the Bruntys, of The Farmer's Rail, have both found success selling local, fresh food at their stores.
Agricultural toys under a Christmas tree.

Young farmers and agriculture professionals from Wayne, Ashland and Medina counties raised $5,000 in toys for Christmas at the Ag Toy Drive Nov. 21.
bingo balls

In a world where I can watch football any Thursday, I want to do something different on Thanksgiving — old video games, board games, bingo, cards and more!
Lake Erie algal bloom

Reaching Ohio’s 2025 target for improving Lake Erie’s water quality will be even more challenging than expected, according to a recently completed study led by Ohio State research teams.
The Kisamore family and their turkeys.

The Kisamores are raising 1,000 Thanksgiving turkeys this year on their farm in Mogadore, Ohio. They say they could never do it all without their friends.
man with pheasant in arms

What started as a lark quickly grew into a business, Sunrise Harvest Pheasant Farm, when Nick Zabala saw the demand for pheasants.
Carol Ann Gregg

The Pennsylvania Farm Bureau’s Women’s Leadership Committee has selected Carol Ann Gregg as the recipient of the Outstanding Woman in Agriculture Award.

Learn more about different types of 4-H rabbit projects, how to choose a breed and how to care for rabbits.