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  1. Study: Alfalfa Disease Hits Northeast
    Date: November 09, 2007
    Source: AP via Yahoo! News

    " A fungus that attacks alfalfa, leaving rotting brown lesions, has been detected in farm fields in New York and four other Northeastern states, scientists said."

  2. Why Your Sewer Bills Will Soar
    Date: November 09, 2007
    Source: Lancaster Online

    "Like it or not, Lancaster County residents will be digging deeper into their pocketbooks to clean up the Chesapeake Bay, a body of water that doesn't even touch Pennsylvania. Some local municipalities are looking at rate hikes up to 40 percent to cover sewage-treatment upgrades over the nex..."

  3. Consumers Won?t Know What They?re Missing
    Date: November 10, 2007
    Source: New York Times

    "The proliferation of labels making negative health claims on food can be a source of confusion to consumers."

  4. Twin Tiers Perspective: Got Milk? Then Who Needs Labels?
    Date: November 11, 2007
    Source: The Daily Review

    "I would like to thank our Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture for recently taking a huge step for our state's dairy producers as well as our consumers."

  5. Alfalfa Root Rot Spreads From Alaska To Northeast U.s.
    Date: November 11, 2007
    Source: Anchorage Daily News

    "SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A destructive plant fungus that first cropped up in Alaska and western Canada years ago has slowly migrated across the Lower 48 and has recently been detected in alfalfa fields in New York and four other Northeastern states. Scientists and agriculture officials fear it could turn into a big problem for farmers."

  6. Hunters Asked Not To Move Firewood
    Date: November 11, 2007
    Source: Onalaska Community Life

    "MADISON — With the annual gun season deer hunt right around the corner, now is a good time to remind hunters and others who’ll be enjoying some fall camping about a tiny insect that threatens Wisconsin ash trees."

  7. Pay Here Far Below Pa., U.s.
    Date: November 13, 2007
    Source: Lancaster Online

    "Lancaster County workers are low on dough. Average weekly pay here is well below the state and national averages, according to a new federal report, a fact that one local observer blamed on the mix of industries here. The typical worker here earns $708 a week, compared with the statewide a..."

  8. Pennsylvania Bars Hormone-free Milk Labels, Roiling Industry
    Date: November 13, 2007
    Source: Centre Daily Times

    "Pennsylvania is stopping dairies from stamping milk containers with hormone-free labels in a precedent-setting decision being closely watched by the industry."

  9. Pennsylvania Bars Milk That's Labeled "hormone-free"
    Date: November 14, 2007
    Source: Seattle Times

    "Pennsylvania is stopping dairies from stamping milk containers with hormone-free labels in a precedent-setting decision. Synthetic hormones have been..."

  10. Pennsylvania Bars Hormone-free Milk Labels, Saying It Unfairly Implies Other Milk Is Unsafe
    Date: November 14, 2007
    Source: The York Dispatch

    "Nearly a dozen representatives of Rutter Brothers Dairy took their fight to Harrisburg to protest a recent state ruling that would require milk producers statewide to change labels that tell consumers artificial growth hormones are not used in his product."


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