As the weather begins to warm and the focus shifts to outdoor activities, yellowjackets are probably not the first thing on our minds. That is until they are pestering us or someone gets stung!
Wow! The countryside smells rather rank this spring. The air may stink to you, but for a farmer, it's the smell of money.
The days are getting longer, there’s a hint of freshness in the air and a quiet hum all around. The long-awaited spring is here.
I have noticed many of the cooking show chefs often use kosher salt or sea salt in place of “regular” salt when it comes to seasoning foods, promoting these as being better tasting and healthier. I thought it would be interesting to take a look at these salts to see if one is really better than the other.
Just like people, plants have certain areas where they prefer to live.
March is National Nutrition Month
If hunting dyed eggs is a special part of your holiday observance, you do need to think seriously about food safety when you begin to hide those eggs.
The 4-H idea is simple: help young people and their families gain the skills they need to become leaders in their communities.
What’s your dream for retirement? Are you planning on retiring at the same time as your spouse?
Raw meat products all have the potential to carry bacteria such as Salmonella or E. coli, so there are two things in particular to keep in mind when handling raw meats.
In light of the abundant commercials that you see on television, it probably will not shock you to learn that advertisers spend big bucks to get their message across to the public.
Pork Bowl, Speaking Contest, and Skillathon will be held in conjunction with the 2nd annual PA Pork Producers club pig sale
Pennsylvania Farm Bureau - Youth Conference June 17-21, 2013 at Bucknell University
FSA makes loans to youth in rural communities who want to start learning the business of agriculture.
Because of Valentine’s Day, February is associated with the heart!
When you think of Valentine’s Day, you usually think of it as a day of showing the person you love how much you care.
Winters can be challenging for farmers as they head out to the barn morning and evening to tend to their livestock.
Child care trainings are being offered in Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Huntingdon, and Somerset Counties
It is hard to believe another year has passed and we are half way through January 2013! For many people, the start of the year means making resolutions to improve health, lose weight or exercise more.