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,...
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.
The behavior of some protesters at the YOUNG Conference left a bad impression on this reporter.
Hay donated by a Lisbon, Ohio, family is making its way to drought-ravaged Texas.
When you consider just how wet it's been this year, we probably are fortunate the crops are as good as they are.
The soybean harvest has begun, but where will they end up when they leave your farm?
Moving farm equipment from one field to another and back can be an unnerving experience.
Cattlemen from several counties gathered to learn methods to ensure beef quality.
My favorite part of the Farm Science Review is, and always will be, the field demonstrations.
I didn't see a single person sending out a text message or checking their Facebook at the dance, and sometimes that's kind of nice.