Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Yearly Archives: 2019

a red barn on a farm.

Ohio legislators are considering a new bill that would create tax incentives for people to sell land, machinery and other resources to beginning farmers.
harvesting soybeans

Despite hopes that Nov. 8 USDA reports would challenge ideas about crop size and change prices, the numbers changed little, and the market remains stagnant.
Venison steak

Learn to safely can venison meat in a pressure canner.
Mark Weber

Mark Weber bagged an 11-point non-typical buck in Eighty Four, Pennsylvania on Nov. 1, 2019.
Jake Gebhart

Jake Gebhart bagged a 10-point buck on Gebhart Farms in Mount Jackson, Pennsylvania on Nov. 9, 2019.
Spotted Lanternfly

The West Virginia Department of Agriculture confirmed a small population of spotted lanternfly in the Bunker Hill area of Berkeley County, West Virginia.
Pictured accepting the 2019 Hereford Woman of the Year award on Sandy’s behalf (from left) are Tom Ostgaard, Tucker Ostgaard, John Ostgaard, Riley Evoniuk, Kurtis Evoniuk and Erika Evoniuk.

This year’s recipient of the Hereford Woman of the Year went to the late Sandra Ostgaard and was announced at the National Hereford Women annual meeting.
David Clough looks at a plant he grew hydroponically in his greenhouse.

David Clough, Marine Corps Reserve veteran and owner of Creekside Farms, moved to West Virginia to farm after years of living near Cleveland.
livestock guardian dog

Rebecca Miller finds that the best laid plans are just waiting for a flock of sheep, a steer, a livestock guardian dog named Houdini and a donkey named Sarah to come barreling through and smash them to smithereens.
students cut up pig at Tyler HS

West Virginia FFA is growing fast and preparing students for the future, and not just one in agriculture.
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