Sickened with major cancer, euthanasia was the only good choice.
It is so scary for some U.S. residents that they can’t even say the word out loud. They whisper it. "Drought."
When I eat a meal, I give thanks to God for providing the things farmers cannot, and I'm thankful for the farmers and growers who use what is provided, to grow and prepare my food.
Dogs may be your first line of defense against a rabies outbreak on your farm.
Animal rights groups will do anything -- anything! -- to try and boost their cause. Even if that means willfully vandalizing and potentially causing a traffic accident.
Hay donated by a Lisbon, Ohio, family is making its way to drought-ravaged Texas.
Cattlemen from several counties gathered to learn methods to ensure beef quality.
Saturday was miserably hot at the Stark County Fair, but exhibitors worked hard to keep their animals cool.
As a proud meat eater, I can handle knowing the meat I'm eating came from a once-living animal. But I like it clean, proper and with a little taste.
When you hear about the bad news, remember the good, also. And remember those who are working hard to feed their animals and the consuming public.
Every day, I read horrid stories about abandoned horses. I can understand is someone can no longerafford them or take care of them. What I don’t understand is why you would just abandon them.
It may be common sense, but farmers also need to remember the dangers of high heat and the proper ways to be prepared.