Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Pennsylvania and Ohio breeders take top awards in national Hereford show.

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Project coordinators hope to promote economic development through agriculture on the leased farm.

Consumers value genetically modified foods that directly benefit them.

The department presented its annual Cardinal awards for conservation achievement and inducted two into its hall of fame.

The proposed mandatory country-of-origin labeling program could cost $458 million per year.

Join specialists for an in-barn search for what cows are telling dairymen about their nutrition, health and comfort.

The cattleman also manages about 30 acres of woodland as both a cash crop and as wildlife habitat.

Under the proposal, both live animals and meat products would be eligible for entry into the United States from a BSE minimal risk region.

A federal appeals court sided with an earlier ruling that the national pork checkoff is unconstitutional.
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