Farm and Dairy’s week in review: 8/1
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SALEM, Ohio – The cause of a tire explosion last month on a Trumbull County dairy farm is still unknown, however more details are available.
SALEM, Ohio – It’s likely several cows in the U.S. currently have BSE, but the number is so low that it may be time to stop rigorous testing, according to the
SALEM, Ohio – It doesn’t look like commercial hay producers need to worry about stamping bar-coded stickers on thousands of hay bales.
SALEM, Ohio – Two months after a Holmes County farmer’s dairy license was revoked, he is now back in business.
BARNESVILLE, Ohio – Don Guindon stomps his boots, hangs his Select Sires hat on a peg, rolls up the sleeves on his flannel shirt and comes in for lunch.
SALEM, Ohio – A tractor tire exploded last week at a Trumbull County dairy farm, killing the mechanic.
SALEM, Ohio –
SALEM, Ohio – Commercial hay producers soon may be among the growing list of sectors keeping detailed records and zeroing in on bioterrorism.
SALEM, Ohio – Four West Virginia farms are quarantined after importing Ohio hogs with a strain of tuberculosis.
WHILE the first few weeks were fascinating and heartbreaking and every TV in America was tuned to hurricane coverage last fall, the public soon lost interest.
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