Sunday, February 26, 2017

Pennsylvania's House Bill 1222 vetoed; preserves local authority to resolve agricultural conflict.

As part of the settlement, the farm will build and use a retention pond to store contaminated runoff from the dairy for 180 days.

Rovenolt Stables of Turbotville, Pa., won the four- and six-horse hitch competitions at the Pennsylvania Farm Show.

Mike Stitzlein of Ashland County and Bill and Susan Shultz of Logan County also recognized.

At least one economist remains optimistic on price.

The first bid has been accepted under Cooperatives Working Together's export assistance program.

The Pemberville native will be honored for early accomplishments in his career by the agricultural college alumni group.

Sessions are set in four parts of the state.

Aside from the veto controversy, the bill also created a stir in the agricultural and environmental communities.

The same family's 2003 champion hog passed post-mortem inspection.
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