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2015/07/08 06:03
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War II grass-fed lamb was the norm. After the war, aided by federal subsidies, it was cheaper for farmers to feed them grain. Pennsylvania's rain and its grasses offer the perfect place to raise...
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2015/07/08 05:23
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... the seventh-grade science teacher, Myers teaches students organic and sustainable farming techniques in one of the court yard areas of the Robert R. Lazar Middle School. His five...
2015/07/07 15:36
2015/07/07 15:36
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HISTORY MELROSE has been owned by Jeff’s family for almost 130 years. His forebears purchased the farm in 1886. The property receives between 625mm and 750mm of rain a year, most of which falls in...
2015/07/07 01:01
2015/07/07 01:01
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... the bulk of the local cherries aren't ripe yet, and the reason why is because of the cold spring. "[The] middle of July generally is cherry picking, the sweet cherries. They'll be in full...
Gallagher
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2015/07/06 22:09
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... physical confrontations. A red-eyed vireo male might sing a thousand times in just one spring day to proclaim his limits. After countless songs, birds generally come to an understanding...
Bill Byrne
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2015/07/06 20:46
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When Bruce Mines farmer Ron Bonnett talks about what a heavy rain can leave behind in his fields, he also knows firsthand that RAIN (Rural Agri Innovation Network) can continue to bring him a...
2015/07/06 16:47
2015/07/06 16:47
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... to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and the Kansas Grain and Feed Association. Harvest is beginning to wrap up in many areas of the state while others...
2015/07/06 15:56
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... offering unique dishes with a lavender twist. “It's part of the whole ethos of Norfolk – the 'Farm to Fork' philosophy.” says Schooley, whose studio is based at the Apple Hill Lavender Farm on...
2015/07/06 12:02
2015/07/06 12:02
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FOLSOM – Drew Lessard stood on top of Folsom Dam and gazed at the Sierra Nevada, which in late spring usually gush enough melting snow into the reservoir to provide water for a million people. But the...
2015/07/05 06:18
2015/07/05 06:18
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Island open to the public is itty-bitty, measuring a mile-and-a-half by a half-mile. Also, the spring weather was glorious, with clear blue skies, a tickling breeze and a sun that seemed...
2015/07/04 20:56
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... other horses in a neighboring county, was purposely starved to be sold to a slaughterhouse in spring 2014. We were kept by a farm with unscrupulous intentions and were purposely denied access...
2015/07/04 00:50
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... the Indian and Pacific oceans tilt towards drier conditions. While June brought bumper rains to western parts of NSW, "a substantial area" of south-eastern South Australia and western...
2015/07/03 22:51
2015/07/03 22:51
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... us their plants did sustain some damage this winter, and they had to contend with lots of rain this spring, but it's resulted in some nice tasting fruit. "It was hurt by the winters, as...
2015/07/03 10:19
2015/07/03 10:19
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... of the corn crop, "knee high by the Fourth of July" is a familiar adage. But with improved farming practices and genetics, such as tiled fields for better drainage and seeds that can be...
2015/07/03 08:39
2015/07/03 08:39
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... a story that, until now, has endured largely unchanged: One July day in 1897, after heavy rains, four young farm boys, Chris, Harry, Clyde and Verne Dosch, went out to examine a floodgate on...
2015/07/03 03:23
2015/07/03 03:23
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A lot of people are saying there's too much runoff into the lake from septic systems and farm fields. Some of the major areas of concern seem to be where blue-green algae is blooming. State officials...
2015/07/03 02:34
2015/07/03 02:34
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DOVER >> Farmers markets are popping up everywhere. And Alan Dellert, general manager at Dover Forge, wanted to bring one to the Deerfield Valley. "We have a 60-foot by 80-foot event tent...
2015/07/02 23:11
2015/07/02 23:11
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Farmers are pushing the envelope of summer cuisine. Sweet corn slathered in butter and fresh tomatoes, sliced and speckled with pepper and salt, are guaranteed to be on picnic tables for Independence...
2015/07/02 22:43
2015/07/02 22:43
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... Route 142 over Hart Ditch and Long Slough Ditch. The third bridge is on Route 158 over the drainage ditch located about 0.7 miles west of Route BB. The project will involve replacing the...
2015/07/02 18:08
2015/07/02 18:08
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The ten must-see farmers markets you should add to your bucket list. We love visiting farmers markets—and judging by the photos you share with us every week, you love them, too. Farmers markets...
2015/07/08 06:03
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