The degree of sweetness is generally a factor of how ripe the fruit or vegetable is.
Ohio’s hay supply is the lowest since the 2012 drought, and the fourth lowest in 70 years.
Farm-to-table menu of small plates to showcase a diversity of Ohio flavors, all paired with Great Lakes Beers and Wente Vineyards wines.
Farm Service Agency: Overall weather damage to crops ‘remains to be seen’
Producers in states impacted by floods and heavy moisture must report by July 22
Application period now runs until Nov. 15.
Farm bill authorizes Dairy Margin Coverage program.
Many Midwestern farmers unable to plant soybeans and corn in time to get decent yields are instead filing insurance claims and planting alternative crops primarily to protect the topsoil or to feed their livestock.
Wellington woman serves as organization director for Huron, Erie and Lorain counties.
Soybeans were the crop most affected by the retaliatory tariffs, nationally and in Ohio; soybean farmers in the Buckeye State received $454 million.
New filter strips and new riparian buffers will qualify for a one-time $200-per-acre bonus.
Here’s what you can do to keep your tomato plants healthy and productive.
Disaster designation sought for Ohio.
Bauer family says Norwalk business requires ‘year-round work’ in order to have trees every December.
U.S. government will earmark up to $16 billion in support for farmers.