Columnist Judie Sutherland has no idea how Doris, self-proclaimed queen of the flock, gets out of every fenced-in area. But she does. Again. And Again.
Janet Cassidy shares her Supper Club idea — a way of entertaining and socializing with friends.
Some birds can be a nuisance in the garden, but there are simple ways for gardeners to scare birds off and lessen the damage done to fruits and vegetables.
Soybeans are poised to go below $9, and that is the lowest price in a long time. Barring a turn to poor weather, beans will get cheaper, says grain merchandiser Marlin Clark.
This week’s top stories include tips for transplanting seedlings, ways farmers are working to connect with the community, insight on the future of the shale oil and gas industry in the U.S. and tips for planting herbs.
The U.S. Flag Code describes the appropriate ways to display the American flag for all occasions.
Watering the garden seems simple enough, but irrigation is something most gardeners get wrong.
Dr. Paul Kengor of Grove City College shares the story of seven brothers of Polish descent from the Pittsburgh area who all served in World War II.
Poultry exhibits at several state and county fairs have been canceled this year in the wake of the largest-ever bird flu outbreak in the nation,
Ohio 4-H dairy judging team will represent the state in Europe.