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Recent changes to U.S. Postal Service operations have some rural Ohioans concerned about possible impacts during and after the November election this year.

Dairy Excel columnist David Marrison considers some issues within dairy industry and other agricultural sectors that the pandemic has shed light on.

Residents are now planting more gardens, utilizing more of the natural resources on their own land and sourcing local amid COVID-19.

The pandemic has driven growth for local online food sales, but experts expect online sales to remain important for local farmers even after the pandemic.

For the first time, Pennsylvania State University’s Ag Progress Days were held entirely online this year. The COVID-19 pandemic was a hot topic in webinars throughout the event.

The 2021 Pennsylvania Farm Show will not be held in person, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding announced Aug. 19. Instead, it'll go online.

No cases of COVID-19 have been reported in pigs, horses, sheep, chickens or cows, but their susceptibility is unknown. Find out what researchers do know.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt shares her thoughts on voting by mail, following state mask mandates and the disinfectant wipe shortage.

With the COVID-19 pandemic still in progress, schools are planning both in-person and remote options for learning this year. For those in areas with less internet access, remote learning presents particular challenges.

Following devastating financial losses for fairs across the country this spring and summer, congressmen introduced a bill that would offer $500 million in grants to US fairs in the U.S. House of Representatives July 30.