A second chance at life
It has been almost 10 years since Brian Eucker received a life-saving liver transplant. Read his story, from orchard owner to organ donor advocate.
Advice on eliminating invasive plants
Manage your woodlands by eliminating invasive plant species, especially before harvesting trees. Get tips and advice for Ohio and Pa. service foresters.
Pa. hemp industry makes plans to lead US
Pennsylvania expands their hemp research program in 2018 as they plan for a processing plant and set the stage to be No. 1 in U.S. hemp production.
Q & A with Lindsey Shute
Lindsey Lusher Shute, an Ohio native, is the co-founder of the National Young Farmers Coalition. EatingWell magazine named her a 2017 American Food Hero.
Inventors hall of fame honors ag chemist
Dr. Allene Rosalind Jeanes, Agricultural Research Services chemist, was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Developing your personal brand
Just like a corporate brand, each of us has our own brand. It includes our character, social media presence, conversations, lifestyle — everything we...
130-year-old barn moves to Carroll County
CARROLLTON, Ohio — As a kid, Alan Walter found old barns simultaneously scary — because of the dust and cobwebs — and interesting —...
The market knows no border
SALEM, Ohio — One-third of U.S. products are destined for export, according to Chris Henney, president and CEO of Ohio Agribusiness Association, and with...
Geauga County Fair youth sell livestock for top dollar
The Geauga County Junior Fair Livestock sale brought in around $480,000 dollars with poultry and duck projects receiving top dollars.
Corn Belt combines have a storied past
Combined harvesters (combines to you and me) have been around as long as the reaper, with Hiram Moore building the first successful one in 1834 in Michigan.