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Managing black vultures presents new challenges for Ohio farmers
Over the last few decades, black vultures have moved north into states including Ohio, presenting a new threat for cattle and other livestock.
Ohio set to host national Red Devon cattle meeting
Devon cattle are making a comeback, after being the first cattle breed to set foot on North American soil nearly 400 years ago.
Control livestock grazing around rivers and streambanks
Maintaining stream banks reduce erosion, concentrations of suspended solids, nitrogen, phosphorus and bacteria in natural water sources on farms.
Wooster man arrested in Holmes Co. cattle thefts
The Holmes County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Wooster man Aug. 11, in connection with cattle thefts in western Holmes County.
‘Harvested cattle, slaughtered markets’
Alan Guebert weighs in on today's broken cattle market, what caused it and whether it can be fixed.
Bryce Angell crafts a poem about how a bull named Chubby found the courage to breed.
Cattle never judged me, so I never judged cattle
Alan Guebert recalls his motivation for joining the county 4-H dairy judging team, his first trip to McDonalds and how those things were seemingly linked.
Asian longhorned tick suspected in cattle deaths in southeast Ohio
There are a lot of unknowns with the invasive Asian longhorned tick. However, some evidence has suggested they could be a new threat to cattle producers.
New beginnings, even for things we’ve done before
We're in a cycle many cattlemen have faced before: tough markets and bad weather. Morgan Boecker offers some advice to cattle producers facing hardships.
Pilot program aims to improve W.Va. beef cattle
The West Virginia Department of Agriculture announced a pilot project to help increase the value of West Virginia cattle.