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2014/12/16 21:29
2014/12/16 21:29
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In recent years, the sage grouse has become a popular topic in Oregon, and it is only natural that some may ask: Is it possible for cattle and sage grouse to live in harmony? Ranchers say the answer...
2014/12/16 21:29
2014/12/16 21:29
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2014/12/16 12:39
2014/12/16 12:39
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The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted a patent to a novel technique and device for pasteurizing eggs developed by engineers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics...
2014/12/12 00:25
2014/12/12 00:25
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Meet Kalettes, a hybrid of the two that looks like a small head of purple kale. It arrived in U.S. supermarkets like Trader Joe's and Whole Foods this fall, and is being marketed as "a fresh fusion of...
2014/12/11 12:39
2014/12/11 12:39
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People around the world depend on food crops adapted to an array of temperature and precipitation regimes, but those conditions are in flux because of global climate change. So scientists want to...
2014/12/08 20:10
2014/12/08 20:10
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Serge Fortier, an environmental activist who has been working for years to get Canada to address leaking oil and gas wells along the St. Lawrence River for years, got their attention in August when he...
2014/12/08 14:44
2014/12/08 14:44
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BOISE, Idaho — A century-long losing battle has been waged in the West against an invasive weed that is responsible for massive wildfires and threatens native species and rangeland. Now, some 65...
2014/12/06 07:32
2014/12/06 07:32
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Portman toured the water quality lab, where he and lab personnel exchanged information about the part NCWQR plays in water quality research. Ellen Ewing, a longtime research scientist at the lab, led...
2014/12/05 21:43
2014/12/05 21:43
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Dec. 5, 2014 -- Some intriguing new research shows that dairy foods, perhaps even high-fat ones, may play a role in type 2 diabetes prevention. Although experts say it’s too soon to draw clear...
2014/12/04 18:27
2014/12/04 18:27
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Six Department of Agriculture research centers will be connected through a high-speed network intended to help Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists better collaborate and offer stronger,...
2014/12/04 12:39
2014/12/04 12:39
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America's favorite vegetable is almost fat free and a good source of potassium, iron, and vitamin C. It has 3 grams each of protein and fiber, low sodium, and no cholesterol, and costs a quarter per...
2014/11/29 15:27
2014/11/29 15:27
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Cinnamon is one of my feel-good foods. The scent reminds me of fall, my favorite time of year, and brings back memories of making apple pies with my mom, and celebrating the holidays. While I’ve...
2014/11/28 17:19
2014/11/28 17:19
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Southwest Beef Symposium set for Jan. 14 and 15 in Amarillo By Kay Ledbetter AgriLife Today The Southwest Beef Symposium, jointly hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and New Mexico...
2014/11/21 19:19
2014/11/21 19:19
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Boosting butanol's role in the biofuel world By Marcia Wood ARS News Service The potential for producing butanol as a biofuel has become a bit more promising, thanks to U.S. Department of...
2014/11/20 21:46
2014/11/20 21:46
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USDA Opens VIVO Research Networking Tool to Public WASHINGTON, Nov. 20, 2014—VIVO, a Web application used internally by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists since 2012 to allow better...
2014/12/16 21:29
2014/12/16 21:29
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