Gardeners can learn a lot about their soil right now simply by looking at the weeds growing in it.
Manage your pastures early and often for a good growing season.
We asked you to nominate individuals to be recognized as “Ones to Watch” — and we’re in awe of the agricultural passion and work all the nominees exemplified.
Ohio Cattlemen’s Association Executive Director Elizabeth Harsh has been key to the association’s growth, and the growth of such programs as the Ohio Beef Expo.
Columbiana County, Ohio, landowners lost their appeal case against Chesapeake Appalachia and Statoil over ambiguity of extension language in their oil and gas leases.
Thirteen cows were killed or had to be euthanized following a tractor trailer crash April 20 on Interstate 80, near Youngstown. The driver was cited, as investigation continues into the cause of the crash.
You don’t want to see this type of green on Earth Day: harmful algae blooms that look like blue-green paint or scum floating on the water. Lake Erie isn’t the only body of water fighting the problem.
With multiple gas pipelines being planned, landowners should be prepared and develop a good lease agreement.
Getting enough fruits and vegetables daily can be a chore and for some, nearly impossible.
This week’s top stories include an announcement about Earth Day, sunlight requirements for growing vegetables, an update on a vegan tutor’s settlement with the school district he worked for, weather resources for farmers and tips for keeping wildlife out of your garden.