News & Events
- Finding purpose in blogger workshops
- Porteus, Seger named to Ohio State board
- New & Improved: AgriChoice Farm Insurance Policy
- Portman sends letter regarding the definition of ‘rural’ counties
- Five tips for open burning
Member of the News Media?
Reporters, please visit our news room located in the Media and Publications section of this site.
Farm Progress Show recently signed a cooperation agreement with Expoagro, a major outdoor farm show in Argentina.
West Virginia and Appalachian Ohio have a lot in common beyond their shared state border. With a strong agricultural heritage, these vast rural areas are known for their forest and timber industries, and they are integrating food systems into local economic development
The agriculture secretary, Tom Vilsack, moved to steady Asian and European nerves about US wheat exports on Wednesday, saying there was no indication that rogue GM wheat had entered into the greater food supply
As far as the feral pigs are concerned, he said, state investigators know people are relocating them. â€śThatâ€™s not a situation in which theyâ€™ve migrated naturally,â€ť Kohler said. â€śThe highway system is how those animals were moved, and thatâ€™s pretty obvious.â€ť
The House opens debate Tuesday on a new five-year farm bill with Republicans encouraged by their vote count but faced with continued infighting among commodity groups over the shape of future subsidies.
So a Canadian researcher named Thierry Chopin is pushing to develop a less expensive technology that could be used to clean up the many fish farms that are already operating in coastal waters.
Supporters and critics close to the legislative debate that resulted in the General Assembly's decision to place the proposal on the ballot hold different opinions about the purpose and potential of the proposed amendment.
Who â€“ or what - is killing farm animals in Butler County?
Two miniature ponies were found dead in a field on Springfield Road Tuesday night - adjacent to the farm where 10 animals were killed or mutilated four weeks ago,
Emergence remains slow, especially in the northwest Midwest, which could receive more heavy rain this week.
Sheriffâ€™s deputies in Paulding, Ohio, are investigating reports that batteries are being stolen from farm tractors and barns. The thieves have been targeting tractors parked in fields or along roads, police said.