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Kentucky ag teacher adds history to his course work
J.R. Zinner. am agriculture education teacher at Western Hills High School, incorporates mainstream subjects into his ag curriculum...
5/14/2008
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Ohio farmers pursuing Butler County’s 1st ag security area
Ann Geddes, who owns two farms along Indian Creek, believes there is a real need to preserve green space and farmland...
5/14/2008
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MDA warns nursery buyers to be wary of Internet purchases

The Michigan Department of Agriculture warns consumers to be careful when making Internet sales of nursery stock...

5/14/2008
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Illinois IH collectors gather for unplanned tractor show
The morning of April 19 was cold and wet, but that didn’t stop the Southern Illinois International Harvester Collectors Club from gathering...
5/14/2008
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Greer operates sawmill full-time
Not far from Coulterville is the farm owned by Marian Greer and his wife, Barbara...
5/14/2008
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Raccoon rabies vaccination baiting in Ohio this month
Baits containing a vaccine, which protects a raccoon from rabies when eaten, will be distributed in target areas of northern Ohio...
5/14/2008
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Christian ranch offers hope for troubled children in Ohio
River of Hope Ranch in Waynesville is a Christian non-profit organization offering mental health counseling to children...
5/14/2008
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Cellulosic ethanol in plans of Kentucky nutrition firm
5/7/2008
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Genome firm will sell biomass seeds for ’09 growing season
5/7/2008
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Hotline gives Michigan soybean growers updated planting help
5/7/2008
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