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Preventing foodborne illness naturally with cinnamon oil

Two Washington State University scientists have found promise in an ancient but common cooking spice: Cinnamon.
7/30/2014
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Manure Science Review to cover swath of Ohio subjects

When manure happens, it can either be a valuable resource – or a person can be up the creek without a paddle.
7/30/2014
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USDA researchers’ poultry manure applicator cuts nutrient, water runoff

When it comes to disposing of poultry litter, farmers normally spread it on their fields as fertilizer.
7/30/2014
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University of Kentucky field day to offer water quality advice

The program at the Corn, Soybean and Tobacco Field Day at the University of Kentucky Research Farm includes individual production training sites.
7/30/2014
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Iowa flooding from heavy June rains is causing manure runoff

At least 20 Iowa farms have reported incidents of hog and cattle manure runoff from flooding due to the heavy rains in June.
7/30/2014
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Iowa fertilizer tank spills 800 gallons

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is investigating a fertilizer spill that occurred July 11 in Allison, Iowa.
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With harvest approaching, more pressure on freight rail carriers

The Surface Transportation Board requires two railroads to provide information about what the Class 1 freight carriers are doing to address substandard service.
7/30/2014
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Indiana State Fair to feature Wrigley Field’s Hoosier brew

One Hoosier micro beer maker with product now available to some Major League baseball fans will be among those offering samples at the Indiana State Fair.
7/30/2014
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Experiment with Russet potato has Ohio couple counting chips

Matt and Jeanne Rue have their hands full growing hay for racehorses and tending to their business of raising and selling grass-fed beef cattle.
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Maple syrup hobby grows to fiscally sweet family business

Not far from Peggy’s Cove, possibly the most photographed place in Nova Scotia, sits Acadian Maple Products.
7/30/2014
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