Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Monthly Archives: September 2005

Who would I be without my sisters? I am talking both about the sisters who were born into my life, and the sisters I have chosen throughout my adult life.

Of all the lessons beaten into America by crashing Katrina, one of the biggest is that the nation's energy policy, past as well as present, is an absolute scandal.

As anyone who ever had employees knows, being an employer is not the piece of cake that some management gurus would like us to believe.

For a month, now, we've run a request for recipes from our readers to be used in the next Farm and Dairy cookbook.

Obviously, it is never too early for me to start scheming - and worrying - about where my next sugar rush will come from.

TOLEDO - Hirzel Canning Company, headquartered in Toledo, Ohio, has partnered with 19 local tomato growers to respond to the national disaster effort and to help hungry families in Ohio.

WASHINGTON - The USDA designated 72 Ohio counties as natural disaster areas due to losses caused by extreme weather conditions occurring since May 25, 2005.

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Dairy farmers shouldn't expect record milk prices this year, but they can expect moderately strong prices for the rest of the year and early 2006, according to a Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service dairy specialist.

COLUMBUS - Rain from the remnants of Hurricane Katrina arrived too late to benefit most of Ohio's drought-stressed corn crop.

WASHINGTON - In response to the continued shortages of diesel fuel caused by Hurricane Katrina, the Internal Revenue Service will extend penalty relief on the sale of dyed fuel and its use on the highway.