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Deadline nears for Pa. nutrient grant program

Thursday, June 20, 2002

Pennsylvania is offering nutrient management grants for livestock producers, up to $75,000.

W.Va. railroad buffs can take train ride to war re-enactment

Thursday, June 20, 2002

The Wellsburg (W.Va.) Historical Railroad Society is sponsoring its last bus trip of the season this time to ride the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.

Buying power: Erie County dairymen band together in profitable group buying venture

Thursday, June 20, 2002

Volume buying and cash discounts are saving a group of Erie County dairymen big bucks.

Death tax repeal dies in Senate

Thursday, June 20, 2002

The U.S. Senate killed an amendment that would have permanently repealed the death tax.

Pa. sheep producer: Attention to breeding, marketing pays dividend

Thursday, June 20, 2002

Marketing, breeding, pasture management and attention to details equals success for this Pa. sheep producer.

Distance, order size not an issue for Brogan’s L.J. Hay

Thursday, June 20, 2002

The Kensington-based L.J. Hay deals in hay and straw in small square bales, large square bales and round bales, most of it raised on their eastern Ohio farm.

Fourteen Pennsylvania counties remain in drought emergency

Thursday, June 20, 2002

Pa. Gov. Mark Schweiker recently lifted the drought emergency for six counties and restored 14 other counties to normal status.

Simboli horse program not legit

Thursday, June 20, 2002

Reader responds to a letter previously published in Farm and Dairy.

Sexed semen: Get what you want

Thursday, June 20, 2002

Research and technology is clearing a path that will allow producers to predetermine the sex of their dams’ progeny.

Historic oak tree in Maryland leaves deep roots

Thursday, June 20, 2002

Since its beginning in the 1500s, the Wye oak tree saw the birth of a nation and survived countless thunderstorms, tornadoes and diseases, but was toppled by high winds June 6.

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