Agritourism is becoming more and more popular, with more farms opening their doors to the public, inviting folks in to see how things work on their farms and to be educated and entertained. [Read more…]
HARRISBURG, PA — Meadow Green Abso Fanny–Red–ET, owned and exhibited by Frank Borba, Mike Berry and Triple-T Holsteins of North Lewisburg, Ohio, was named Supreme Champion to conclude the 2016 All-American Dairy Show on Thursday, Sept. 22, at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg.
The 5-year-old rose above all of the cattle, representing seven dairy breeds, to earn the title of Supreme Cow. This is the second year a Red and White Cow has claimed this honor. The Supreme Champion Award was sponsored by Cargill of Shippensburg, Cumberland County. [Read more…]
For the past 31 years, musical greats and Farm Aid board members Dave Matthews, John Mellencamp,Willie Nelson and Neil Young (alphabetic order to avoid any discussion on who’s music is better), have produced a music and food festival to celebrate and support family farms and promote local foods. [Read more…]
BLACKSBURG—For those interested in futuristic agriculture Virginia Tech will host a Precision Agriculture Day on Oct. 12 at Kentland Farm.
Participants will have the opportunity to get answers to common questions about the benefits of precision agriculture and learn how they can establish cost-effective technologies on their farms. The event will start at 9 a.m. and run until 4:30 p.m. [Read more…]
This year at Ag Progress Days in State College, PA, Pam Kister, a horse trainer and owner of Grey Horse Stable, LLC in Dover, organized a carriage arena racing demonstration. “It’s a new and exciting way to have fun with your horse,” she explained. [Read more…]