Sunday, February 26, 2017

Information is crucial in decisions affecting U.S. agriculture, trade policy, and food aid.

Farmers could expect to pay $30 more per cow if 100 percent BSE testing is implemented, economist says.

Farm and Dairy reporter Kristy Hebert received a third-place award in the North American Agricultural Journalists' 2004 writing contest.

Livestock that are composted with the approved technique are reduced to clean bones in four to six months.

One reader wishes community festivals would be fun instead of expensive to attend.

State contest teams finishing in the top five earned a banner; new officers installed.

Number of nests has increased from four to 105 in 25 years.

Two orchard tours focusing on horticultural aspects of fruit production and diseases and insects are offered.

Feed system is one of only a handful in the nation.

Organizers of the Meadville, Pa., plant plan urged to take small steps in planning the facility.
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