COLUMBUS, Ohio — If you spent the winter finding multicolored Asian lady beetles on your lampshades, brown marmorated stink bugs on your toaster, there’s bad news and good news.
Dealing with Lady Beetles, Stink Bugs: Two types of bugs that may have spent winter in your home (to your chagrin), multicolored Asian lady beetles and brown marmorated stink bugs, get active and try to go back outside when temperatures start to warm up in spring.
I just heard that the FDA recalled something called kratom, but I’m not sure what it is. Is it some kind of food, and why has it been recalled?
CINCINNATI – The goal is simple: to get more local foods to more Ohio students in more Ohio schools.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Soybeans have now been added to the list of American products slated for tariffs in China, a move expected to hurt Ohio farmers in a state whose main crop and agricultural export is soybeans.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — It might seem there’s an upside to the rising levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Plants are growing faster.
Agricultural Products Targeted for Tariffs: The Chinese government imposed tariffs this week, some as high as 25 percent, on American products including pork, wine and fruit.
I’m making ham for Easter dinner this year, and I’m relatively new to this whole cooking thing. Any tips on how I can do this safely?
Tip 1: Americans Projected to Eat More Protein this Year. A Boost for Livestock Producers? The U.S. Department of Agriculture says that consumers will eat 222.2 pounds of red meat and poultry in 2018, more than ever before. The closest consumers came to consuming this amount was back in 2004, the government agency said. Thanks in part to more Americans choosing to reduce the amount of carbohydrates from their eating habits in favor of plans such as the Keto Diet or the Atkins Diet, the demand for protein is higher than ever, according to USDA’s January 2018 Livestock, Dairy and Poultry Outlook. Domestic beef and poultry production is also forecast to surpass 100 billion pounds this year, USDA says. John Grimes, beef coordinator for Ohio State University Extension and a member of the OSU Extension Beef Team, can provide insight on what this could mean for Ohio livestock producers. Grimes writes for the Ohio Beef Cattle Newsletter, a publication of the Beef Team. He can be reached at email@example.com or 740-289-2071, ext. 242.
My friends and I go to happy hour after work sometimes for a drink. But one of my friends doesn’t stop at one or two drinks, instead sometimes having three or four drinks. Is that considered binge drinking?