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The Third District Court of Appeals reversed a ruling of a $5.3 million Hardin County verdict, saying that the case should have been dismissed before going to a jury trial. The court ruled in favor of H&C Ag. Services LLC against Ohio Fresh Eggs, LLC and Trillium Farm Holdings, LLC. H&C does business as LandTech.
U.S. Wheat Associates (USW) and the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) unveiled the results of an econometric study showing that excessive farm support in several advanced developing countries could cost U.S. wheat farmers nearly $1 billion in revenue every year.
Ohio students can visit farms without ever having to leaving their classrooms through a series of Virtual Field Trips to Ohio Pig Farms, offered throughout the 2015-16 school year by the Ohio Pork Council and Farm Credit MidAmerica.
USDA today released a preparedness and response plan to combat future outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI), which decimated commercial chicken and turkey flocks in the Midwest earlier this year.
A Procter & Gamble president who will retire later this month has been hired to lead brand development for JBS, a Brazilian company that is the world’s largest processor of beef, lamb and poultry.
Fourth graders from around Athens County learned the importance of agriculture during the 15th annual Agriculture Awareness Day at the Athens County Fairgrounds on Friday.
U.S. agriculture officials seeking to control deadly bird flu have approved a method of killing infected poultry that entails sealing barns shut, turning up the heat and shutting off ventilation systems, an option that has been condemned by animal rights groups as cruel.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced a goal to cut the amount of food that Americans waste by 50 percent by 2030.
Half of all workers on U.S. dairy farms are immigrants, and the damage from losing those workers would extend far beyond the farms, nearly doubling retail milk prices and costing the total U.S. economy more than $32 billion, according to a new report commissioned by the National Milk Producers Federation.
Ohio remains in the top 10 of states in the number of organic farms in operation, according to a federal survey of U.S. organic farms.