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  1. How agricultural development affects urban policy.(Business): An article from: Winnipeg Free Press by Gale Reference Team, 2007-02-17
  2. Countries scrambling to draft guidelines for xenotransplantation human clinical trials.(Diatranz Ltd. investigating use of fetal pig cells to treat human ... Article): An article from: Transplant News by Michele Grygotis Transplant News Special Correspondent, 2002-04-28
  3. Employment standards outlined for agricultural workers.(labor relations): An article from: Mushroom News by Unavailable, 2010-06-01
  4. Biological & regulatory controls.(editor's note)(Mushroom Good Agricultural Practices program)(Editorial): An article from: Mushroom News by Sara Manning, 2010-07-01
  5. Saskatchewan: growing beyond agricultural roots.: An article from: Canadian Chemical News by Jackie Robin, 2008-11-01
  6. Livestock market news services in Tennessee (Bulletin / Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Tennessee) by M. B Badenhop, 1958
  7. AGRICULTURAL TRADE NEWS IN BRIEF.: An article from: SourceMex Economic News & Analysis on Mexico
  8. AGRICULTURAL TRADE NEWS IN BRIEF.: An article from: SourceMex Economic News & Analysis on Mexico
  9. AGRICULTURAL TRADE NEWS IN BRIEF.: An article from: SourceMex Economic News & Analysis on Mexico
  10. Agricultural news writing by Claron Burnett, 1973
  11. CITY TACKLES INVASIVE TREES WITH HERBICIDE.(Local News): An article from: The Santa Fe New Mexican (Santa Fe, NM) by Unavailable, 2010-05-25
  13. An analysis of the utilization of agricultural news materials provided commercial radio stations by the University of Nebraska Department of Information by Dan Lutz, 1967
  14. Illinois radio stations and their agricultural news (Agricultural communications research report) by James F Evans, 1963

41. Montana Here I Come - Agricultural News
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42. Agricultural News
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43. Daily Agricultural News On
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44. Agricultural News At Reaseheath
Agriculture News at Reaseheath. Farming for wildlife. The British agriculturalindustry is notoriously accidentprone, registering one fatality a week.
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Bumper crop
Our lambing open days attracted large numbers of visitors, with people coming from places as far away as London and Sussex. Our calves, pigs and tractors were also popular!
Farming for wildlife
Beetle banks, a regenerated orchard and areas specially seeded for wild birds feature in plans to extend our environmentally friendly farmland. A new DEFRA Countryside Stewardship scheme, launched in October, will see more areas of our 180 hectare farm cultivated specially for wildlife. The ten-year agreement, drawn up after close liaison with the on-site Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group (FWAG), will further benefit birds and insects which are becoming at risk from modern practices. The new proposals include:
  • Four hectares of overwintered stubble will be lightly cultivated in spring and then left fallow over summer. This will allow ground nesting birds like larks and lapwings to raise their broods safely. Small areas totalling 3.3 hectares will be seeded with wild bird and pollen mixtures, increasing food for birds and insects.

45. Agricultural News Tips From UC Ag And Natural Resources
Jan. 9, 2001. CONTACT Jeannette Warnert, (559) 2417514, news tips from UC Ag and Natural Resources
Jan. 9, 2001 CONTACT: Jeannette Warnert, (559) 241-7514, Agricultural news tips from UC Ag and Natural Resources Folk remedies thought to cure ant infestations proven wrong The idea that mint oil repels the annoying black ants that invade homes and gardens was so pervasive, even the University of California mentioned it in an Integrated Pest Management publication on pest control. However, San Joaquin County UC Cooperative Extension farm advisor Gary Hickman discovered recently that commercial products containing 8% and 4% mint oil were not effective ant repellents. To test the products, Hickman put pieces of hotdog in cups treated with the mint oil products and left them near ant colonies. Four hours after treatment, the ant infestation on the treated and untreated cups was statistically the same. Hickman also studied vinegar and lemon juice, other household foodstuffs commonly thought to repel ants.

46. Agricultural News
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47. Usda News, Agricultural News, Govermental News
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Agriculture’s Choice for Growth Washington and USDA News Here is a line-up of our highlighted Washington and USDA news:
Veneman Announces $150 Million in Aid to Drought-Stricken Farmers and Ranchers

WASHINGTON (Mon Aug 12 2002) During a teleconference with farm reporters from USDA’s television studios, Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman announced that $150 million in supplemental feed is being made available to farmers and ranchers operating cow-calf operations in areas most severely stricken by drought.
Veneman Announces $275 Million in Additional Funding for Environmental Quality Incentives Program
WASHINGTON (Thur Jul 11 2002) ““These additional funds will enable farmers and ranchers to enhance and protect our nation’s soil, air and water resources for the future by implementing sound conservation practices today,” said Veneman. “Farmers and ranchers are the best stewards of the land and this Administration continues its strong commitment in providing additional tools to enhance conservation efforts on working farmlands.”
Bush Administration Remains Committed to Increasing Trade Opportunities for U.S. Agriculture

48. Latest Agricultural News By AGRA, Agriculture Namibia, Southern Africa
and the general and international agricultural community with upto-date informationregarding important and significant events. Current news, recent news
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AGRA is striving towards providing its members and the general and international agricultural community with up-to-date information regarding important and significant events. Current news, recent news flashes and other significant events are either covered in our in -house publication "The Ring" , or are provided here as Internet links to contemporary sites. This month in "The Ring" N$ 5 Million apportioned to members At a Special General Meeting of Agra members on 27 November 2001, it was resolved to convert all Ordinary Shares, in excess of fifty, to Bonus Shares.
For the second consecutive year, the Board of Directors has approved the apportionment of bonuses to the value of N$ 5 million to Individual Member's Fund Accounts for the financial year ending 31 July 2002 as follows ...
Links to past leading articles of "The Ring" These articles are in a PDF format and require the Acrobat Reader.

49. Agricultural News
agricultural news. NOVEMBER 1999 FROM Norman Harrell, AgriculturalExtension Agent. WILSON COUNTY STANDARD COMMERCIAL TOBACCO AWARD.
NOVEMBER 1999 FROM: Norman Harrell, Agricultural Extension Agent
Standard Commercial Tobacco Company in conjuncture with the Wilson County Cooperative Extension Service will again be sponsoring a tobacco award for Wilson County farmers. The award will recognize a flue-cured tobacco farmer who does an outstanding job of growing quality tobacco and makes contributions to tobacco and community affairs. Eligibility requirements for the award are simple. All active farmers who grow tobacco in Wilson County are eligible, irrespective of race, color, religion, sex, or handicap. The winner will be selected by a panel representing the tobacco farming industry. Consideration will be given to tobacco production (yield, quality, agronomic practices) and community involvement and service. The farmer selected as the winner is ineligible for future competition. The winner will receive a cash prize and a plaque that will be awarded at the annual Young Farmers Award banquet in February. All interested tobacco farmers should call me (237-0111) at the Agricultural Center to request an application or drop by and pick one up. The deadline for the application to be returned is January 1, 2000.
The 1999 Small Grain Production Guides and the Official Variety Test booklets are available at the Ag. Center. Call me and let me know if you would like one or stop by and pick one up.

50. Canaan Connexion - Agricultural News
Organic crops healthier for soil A new Swiss agricultural study has confirmed tothe livestock owner and breeder; featuring markets, news, buyer's directory
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... Outback 360 offers a bird's eye view of fields Other Resources Agricorp Canadian Agricultural Library Canadian Federation of Agriculture Eastern Ontario AgriNews ... Livestock Weekly (An American publication) Ontario Plowmen's Association l'Union des Cultivateurs Franco-Ontariens Back to top
Farm Financial Survey The Farm Financial Survey, an initiative by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and Statistics Canada, provides data on farm assets, liabilities, capital investments and capital sales for 2001. Custom data requests are available by region, farm type and revenue class, on a cost recovery basis. The Farm Financial Survey , free) will be available in December on Statistics Canada's Web site ( ). From the Our products and services page, choose Free publications , then Agriculture . It will also be available on Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's Web site. To order data, contact Client Services (613-951-5027;

51. NewsNotes Issue 12: Agricultural News
US Environemental Protection Agency Nonpoint Source News Notes April/May 1991, Issue 12. agricultural news. MINNESOTA'S APPROACH TO FEEDLOT POLLUTION CONTROL.
Note: This information is provided for reference purposes only. Although the information provided here was accurate and current when first created, it is now outdated. U.S. Environemental Protection Agency
Nonpoint Source News Notes
April/May 1991, Issue #12
Agricultural News
[Editor's Note: Under 40 CFR 122.23, a federal NPDES permit is required for concentrated animal feeding operations (feedlots) with over 1,000 animal unit capacity operations. As states have been certified to take over and operate the NPDES program, they have treated the 1,000 animal unit threshold in different ways. NEWS-NOTES will, from time to time, report on some of the ways that states are regulating concentrated animal feeding operations. This first report deals with the State of Minnesota.]
The Minnesota Feedlot Permit Program grew out of the realization that livestock and poultry wastes can and do create significant pollution problems if not managed properly and, in fact, predates the Clean Water Act and its NPDES program. Minnesota requires a permit to operate a feedlot for more than 10 animal units. The Program was first established in 1971 and its rules were revised in 1974 and 1979. They currently mandate that "No animal feedlot or manure storage area shall be constructed, located, or operated so as to create a potential pollution hazard unless a certificate of compliance or an agency permit has been issued." The rules require the owner of an animal feedlot to obtain a permit when any of the following conditions exist:

52. Agricultural News And Information - Dunns (Long Sutton) Ltd
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53. A & I Parts - Agricultural News
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54. Agricultural News: Blue Ox Express Newspaper-Fall'99
Visitors showed great interest about our information, the technical assistance fromagricultural research organizations and the efforts Good news travels fast! Highland CattleArabian HorsesLean Beef Sales Fall, 1999 Informational Newspaper for Beef Producers and Health Conscious Consumers Summer '98 Issue home Scottish Highlanders X-breeding ... Contact us S cottish Highland Cattle: Your Beef Operation's future might depend on a breed from the past. . . The American beef market has been demanding a safe and healthful meat source. As breeders of Highland cattle, we have been given valuable information to push our breed to the forefront of the beef industry. Recent data showed 23.5 mg cholesterol per 100 grams of meat surely demonstrates to the world that Highland meat is the lowest cholesterol red meat product available to the consumer. These values beat all other meat sources. Commercial meat averages 77 mg. cholesterol per 100 grams of meat. Buffalo averages 40 mg. The Highland numberrs are based on a grass fed Highland Steer. These figures demonstrate why we demand and receive a value-added price for our meat products. When talking lean beef, some people in the beef business associate lean with Dairy steers; a by-product of the Dairy industry. Commercial Dairy steers are often given hormaones, growth stimulants and antibiotics as a means to maximize weight gains. This meat lacks taste, texture and wholesome flavor. Due to its salvage nature it sets the bottom price for meat products.

55. Agricultural News: Blue Ox Farm Express Newspaper-Summer 98
Blue Ox Farms Website (218)6478773. . Summer, 1998 Informational Newspaper for Beef Producers
Blue Ox Farms Website Summer, 1998 Informational Newspaper for Beef Producers and Health Conscious Consumers Fall '99 Issue home Scottish Highlanders X-breeding ... Contact us T he Legend Lives at Blue Ox Farms Today, Blue Ox Farms is more than a concept. Its a life long dream coming true. When the McDermotts, originally from Seattle, Washington decided to pack up an move to the Bemidji, Minnesota area they envisioned a healthier, more wholesome way of life for their family. They knew their calling was to raise their kids, Scottish Highland cattle and Arabian horses in the Great Northwoods. The first thing the McDermott's saw upon their arrival to the place of their future home was the statue of Paul and Babe on the shores of Lake Bemidji. They knew at that moment that "Babe", of Paul Bunyan fame, was nothing other than a Scottish Highland bull. The McDermott's knew at that moment, their farm's name needed to be 'Blue Ox Farm'. In 1995, The U.S. Postal Service Came to Bemidji, Minnesota to commemorate the Paul Bunyan Folk Lore Stamp series. The City sponsored a "Paul Bunyan Look-A-Like" contest for the event. Our Bull "BOF Resurrector" was the only entrant for "Babe". From this point on, Res's stage name became "Babe", Bemidji's Official Living Legend. This picture appeared in a local newspaper; and was subsequently voted as the Picture of the Year.

56. Bridgton Blues, News And Beyond - Agricultural News
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