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Shoo Dad away from the grill to use it this Sunday

In most homes the father who never cooks in the house becomes the expert chef when the barbecue grill comes out. Well, moms and adult kids – by using today’s recipe and technique you can turn the tables on the king of the grill.
6/17/2015
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Recognize Jesus placed no conditions on aid to the poor

Chapters 1 and 2 of Amos are basically concerned with God’s angry judgment of the heathen nations that are the neighbors of Israel and Judah.
6/17/2015
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Hands can strike out, gently touch, help someone up

I have always had a fascination with hands. For some reason I take special notice of this important part of a person’s body.
6/17/2015
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25 years ago: Purdue opens new diagnostic lab for pests

Purdue opened its new Pest Diagnostic Laboratory. Anyone – gardeners, home-owners, commercial growers, agribusiness people – can send insects or plants for identification or diagnosis to the laboratory, said Melidie Putnam, its director.
6/17/2015
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Authors spin another thrill tale off Body Farm mythos

When it comes to your job, you’re a crackerjack. You have quite the reputation for doing your best, in fact, which is why colleagues come to you for help.
6/17/2015
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A ‘man-of-a-guitar’ player, Rice is a bluegrass legend

BITTER SWEET, Ky. — One of my first influences in music came by way of my grandfather, Chick Johnson, who was a tower of a man with a big voice and a big guitar. He told me once it took a real man to play his guitar, but I tried anyway.
6/17/2015
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Good dairy genetics still needs sound management

Better cows mean better profitability on today’s dairy farms, according to Dr. Bennett Cassell, dairy science professor emeritus of Virginia Polytechnic Institute in Blacksburg.
6/17/2015
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City girl ends up expert in Ohio dairy management

She may have started as a city girl from Columbus, but Ohio State University extension dairy field specialist Dianne Shoemaker is now one of the state’s most respected voices in dairy farm management.
6/17/2015
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With cattle, being in the red is proving profitable

Things are not always black and white – including Holstein cows, which come in red, in addition to black.
6/17/2015
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Mentor, language training boosting dairy work safety

The modern dairy operation is full of opportunities for accidents and injuries, and there also are standards to be met to ensure the safety of the milk produced and the health of the cows.
6/17/2015
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