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5 airborne hazards to beware of on the farm
Learn more about common airborne hazards, what symptoms to look for, and how to prevent dangerous side effects or death.
Smith-Hughes Act celebrates centennial
The Smith-Hughes Act was signed into law in 1917. Creating a federal board for vocational education, it continues to impact career and technical education.
Farm and Dairy readers thank 4-H
In honor of National 4-H Week, Oct. 1-7, we asked Farm and Dairy readers to finish the sentence “Thank you 4-H …”
Local meat and the cooperative business model
Attend Local Meat and the Cooperative Business Model workshop, Thursday, at 11 a.m. at the Small Farm Center, at the Farm Science Review.
Dairy academy to train managers
Ohio State University Extension is launching the Dairy Farm Manager Academy to provide training to manage cattle, personnel and dairy farm finances.
Scotland tour concludes with impressive livestock auction rings
The International Farm Management Congress study tour of agriculture in Scotland ended at the Thainstone Agriculture Center.
Diversity of science and best practices featured on tours
Visitors at Penn State's Ag Progress Days, Aug. 15-17, likely will take in the wide variety of demonstrations, commercial and educational exhibits.
So much to learn about agriculture in Scotland
More than 350 delegates and guests from 22 countries gathered for the 21st International Farm Management Congress in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Ag Biotech Day opens doors to UK research
Researchers in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment invited prospective students to the university for Ag Biotech Day.
Student’s essay wins class trip to local hog farm
Lillian Worline, a third-grade student from Defiance Elementary School, received the grand prize from the Ohio Livestock Coalition's student essay contest.