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Manure in swine pits is a valuable fertilizer to crop production. However, because of the high water content, it gets expensive to carry very far. Iowa State University Extension ag engineering specialist Kris Kohl offers tips to get the most out of it.

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New research from Idaho National Laboratory suggests that potato wastewater might serve well as a low-cost food source for a special bacterium that could be used to recycle high-tech devices.

Bryan City Schools Superintendent Mark Rairigh is in search of names — specifically, the names of military veterans who graduated from Bryan H…

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Manure is no longer seen as a waste stream, but as a valuable raw material. More technologies are being developed to convert manure into valuable organic and inorganic nutrients for agriculture. This helps to close agricultural nutrient cycles, ensure optimal use of available nutrients, and minimize harmful losses into the environment. 

Need help managing your pond? Would you like to improve it, but don’t know how? If so, attend a Pond Clinic on Monday, April 19, and have Stev…

Ohio gas prices have fallen 1.1 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.63 a gallon as of Monday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey…

With so much news about the dangers of the chemical glysophate found in most commercial weed killers, you might wonder: What’s an effective an…