Tuesday, January 21, 2020
President Herbert Hoover signing the Farm Relief Bill in 1929.

An address by Herbert Hoover, U.S. Food Administrator, made to the National Milk and Dairy Farm Exposition, published in Farm and Dairy on May 31, 1918.
wood stack

Learn to conduct simple moisture tests and identify seasoned wood by its appearance, weight, smell and other characteristics.
coleus seedlings

Find out which types of garden seeds should be started indoors and which ones should be directly sown after the last frost.
pipeline

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection issued a nearly $2 million penalty to Sunoco Pipeline for violations at a central Pennsylvania lake.
A small hemp plant growing at the 2019 Farm Science Review.

Ohio farmers are still on track to start planting hemp this spring after the Joint Committee on Agency Rule Review approved the state’s hemp rules Jan. 16. The Ohio Department of Agriculture can now file the rules in their final form. The ODA expects the rules to take effect at the end of the month.
stink bug

Killing stink bugs indoors can be a chore. Learn more about this quick, clean, safe and cost-efficient way to get rid of them.
Holstein cow

Determining the optimum time to artificially inseminate your herd can reduce your calving intervals and decrease your semen expense.
Michael Baer, 18, stands in front of a barn at Rogers Community Auction while it snows.

Michael Baer, 18, has been on both sides of auctions. Now, he is set to be the fourth generation of auctioneers in the Baer family, which owns Rogers Community Auction in Rogers, Ohio.
man clips cow at farm show

Pennsylvania is tackling the dairy issue by studying it and investing in it like never before.
mouse

Learn more about the three-step process that will get rid of the mice in your house and keep it rodent free.