With the warm weather comes this twitch in one select group of people... It can only be recognizable in farmers.
What a journey! Relentless, eager and happy to represent. These are just some of the terms I would use to describe the Ohio Farm Bureau county presidents who traveled this week to Washington, D.C. From the time the first gathering met until the time the bus was leaving for the airport to return home, this...
From the National Ag Day essay contest winner: "When we are open minded and willing to cooperate, we discover solutions to problems instead of magnifying them."
When I started covering the subject, it was just as the Marcellus Shale was taken hold in northeastern Pennsylvania and none of us knew it was on its way west.
The city of Niles has hired a trapper to hunt two coyotes down in the city limits.
It’s no secret that I’ve been covering a lot of Marcellus and Utica shale stories in the past few months. Now, other stories are popping up, such as the Class II brine injection wells as a result of the drilling in Ohio and Pennsylvania. No matter on which side of the issue you are on,...
Farmers knew he cared about the farm, the land and the animals.
Some surprises were found in the top 10 posts in 2011.
Think of your resolutions as goals for the New Year, and do regular check-ups to see if you are on track toward accomplishing them.
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.