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Hedge ’em, hide ’em or howl at ’em, facts are facts. Trim ’em, trash ’em or trip over ’em, they still are facts....

Pasture runoff might not be the bad guy, after all.

Frequent rain has delayed first cutting hay harvest this spring. Unfortunately, delayed hay harvest has a direct negative impact on the value of forages. So how did the forage change?

COLUMBUS — Jim Chakeres, executive vice president, Ohio Poultry Association, said Ohio’s egg farmers are committed to producing safe, affordable and wholesome eggs, while maintaining the highest level of care for our hens.

The Ohio budget passed by the legislature looks similar to the one passed in 2010-2011.

An OSU agricultural economist says that the rising fuel costs and higher grocery bills may not be related as much as some people think.

LAGRANGE, Ohio — The Ohio Supreme Court is the next stop for a Lorain County family that claims their constitutional rights were violated when their home and local food co-op was raided in December 2008.

More than 70 varieties of vegetables are grown on farm, marketed to consumers and restaurants.

With an E. coli outbreak in Germany having sickened over 2,500, afflicted 650 or so with acute kidney failure and, as of June 8,...

DULUTH, Ga. — The economic impact of mastitis on the dairy industry is nearly $2 billion or 11 percent of total U.S. milk...
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