Saturday, March 2, 2024
lambs

It's been a rough decade for the journalism industry. Agriculture, too. Don't let the "sad farmer" stories distract you. Just like in journalism, farming has people who make it work.

The Harrison County, Ohio, junior livestock sale was June 29, starting at 1 p.m. Nearly 500 lots were sold by 4-H and FFA members.
Smith Vale Farmsvideo

Joel Smith of Smith Vale Farms, Homeworth, Ohio, is a third generation dairy farmer. His parents and uncle farm full-time with him, milking 126 cows.
Fair Queen Meghan O'Reilly

The Geauga County Junior Fair Livestock sale brought in around $480,000 dollars with poultry and duck projects receiving top dollars.
Brian Eucker

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.
Walter Barn

CARROLLTON, Ohio — As a kid, Alan Walter found old barns simultaneously scary — because of the dust and cobwebs — and interesting —...
Dairy cows

Mercer County, Pa., dairy farmer recounts getting the drop letter from Dean Foods and her efforts to find a new milk market. Some have not been so lucky.

Significant drought conditions in many parts of Ohio have led to an increased interest in harvesting corn as silage. With very few farmers owning...

ORWELL, Ohio — When you farm, you want to work with agribusinesses that know what they’re talking about.That’s why you can count of the...
Hemp field

The 2018 Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp federally, but producers still need to consider markets and state laws before growing.