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2015/07/30 00:43
2015/07/30 00:43
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... rabbits”. Gwinnett police said that on Wednesday Gwinnett County Animal Control, the Georgia Department of Agriculture and rabbit rescue group Georgia House Rabbit Society were called...
2015/07/30 00:43
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2015/07/29 22:30
2015/07/29 22:30
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Description: Gpn14 PUBLIC NOTICE As required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title IX of...
2015/07/29 20:48
2015/07/29 20:48
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... authorities discovered more than 200 rabbits at the site. An animal rescue group says some of the rabbits are sick. The state Department of Agriculture issued a stop order on the facility on...
2015/07/29 19:11
2015/07/29 19:11
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... control officials said the overcrowding was characteristic of animal hoarding. The Georgia Department of Agriculture and a rescue group called the "Georgia House Rabbit Society" are...
2015/07/29 13:57
2015/07/29 13:57
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Since the days of slavery and long-awaited emancipation, the South has always been a place of slow progress and a new study shows the same is true today. Black women in the rural South still face...
2015/07/29 11:39
2015/07/29 11:39
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Sanjay Shukla looked out over row upon row of tomato and pepper plants and had an idea: What would happen if he made the compacted soil rows taller and more narrow? Would the plants need less water,...
2015/07/29 09:46
2015/07/29 09:46
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A company that ships to specialty grocers nationwide is issuing a recall of its caramel popcorn because it contains butter, a milk product that wasn't declared on the packaging and can cause severe...
2015/07/29 09:28
2015/07/29 09:28
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... as many as 5,000 are kept captive in small cages in U.S. backyards. "The main reason for all of these cats in backyards and basements and garages across America is that it's legal for people to...
2015/07/29 00:43
2015/07/29 00:43
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Leslie Ayo of Lilburn, owner of Heaven’s Gate Kennels, was convicted of animal cruelty for cutting off the tails of eight Rottweiler puppies. (Special Photo) Leslie Ayo, owner of Heaven’s Gate...
2015/07/28 00:10
2015/07/28 00:10
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The Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture teamed up with the SOWEGA Council on Aging to combat food insecurity. South West Georgia is 4th in the country for those that struggle with...
2015/07/26 08:29
2015/07/26 08:29
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The Director of Research and Services at the Central Agriculture Research Institute (CARI), Dr. Arthur Bob Karnuah has disclosed that his department has received a grant from the Food and Agriculture...
2015/07/25 01:23
2015/07/25 01:23
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... veal shipped to Missouri that tested positive for a potentially deadly strain of E. Coli. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Thursday the Brown Packing Company was...
2015/07/22 19:03
2015/07/22 19:03
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... on the popular flight-simulator ride. The Prairieville, La., woman's case was settled out of court about a year ago, with no admission of fault, its terms sealed from public...
2015/07/22 15:43
2015/07/22 15:43
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... appropriate plant material for sites. Sunlight, soil drainage, soil pH, the ultimate size of the plant, and ease of maintenance need to be taken into consideration when deciding what to...
2015/07/22 01:53
2015/07/22 01:53
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... crops withering in the dry ground. “Awful,” Johnston, S.C., farmer Joe Alvin Derrick said of the drought. “I’ve got 120 acres of corn that have basically dried up, burned up.” The S.C....
2015/07/20 22:16
2015/07/20 22:16
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Northern long-eared bat. / Photo courtesy of Pete Pattavina, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The Iowa wind energy industry faces a bizarre problem. It is killing bats, and the demise sometimes comes...
2015/07/19 12:20
2015/07/19 12:20
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Today is Sunday, July 19, the 200th day of 2015. There are 165 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On July 19, 1985, Christa McAuliffe of New Hampshire was chosen to be the first...
2015/07/19 10:52
2015/07/19 10:52
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... quality of the peaches is good," said Maccherone who has farmed his whole life, following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather. "We've got good size, color, and taste." Just how...
2015/07/18 04:42
2015/07/18 04:42
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In the first study of the per­formance of modern sweet po­tato cultivars in northern regions, University of New Hampshire re­searchers have found that sweet potatoes can be a viable crop for growers...
2015/07/17 16:05
2015/07/17 16:05
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Friday morning that injured five people.More >> Trainwreck: More dramedy than comedy, but plenty of raunchy laughsTrainwreck: More dramedy than comedy, but plenty of raunchy laughs The media blitz...
2015/07/30 00:43
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