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,...
(I’m headed to the Pennsylvania Farm Show today, the first time since Dick Thornburgh was governor of the Commonwealth. And if you’re not from Pennsylvania, you’ll just have to Google it to see how long ago that was. I’m scared, because the last time, I went… well, you’ll just have to keep reading to find...
Farmers knew he cared about the farm, the land and the animals.
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.
Hay donated by a Lisbon, Ohio, family is making its way to drought-ravaged Texas.
Two Connecticut men are using what they have learned from running a shoe business to operate a dairy farm.
Earlier this fall, I mentioned to my editor that I wanted to attend the North American International Livestock Exposition if given the chance. The chance came. The Butler County (Pa.) Beef Breeders Club (a 4-H group) was taking a bus trip to the show and Al Vogel, one of the leaders invited the Farm and...
We could take these photos all day: Farmers in our neck of the woods are finally getting into the fields for harvest.
You want some food for thought this week? Think refrigerators.
Quicker than a line can form for an Occupy Wall Street porta-jon, the Twitterverse took the #occupycombine hashtag and ran, er, Tweeted with it.