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  1. 8% Mercer County Cheese Plant Breaks Ground On Biogas Facility
    Date: October 11, 2007
    Source: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

    "HARRISBURG ? The Fairview Swiss Cheese Plant soon will be partially powered with biogas made from its own waste products."

  2. 8% Say Cheese (slideshow, Video)
    Date: June 29, 2010
    Source: Yahoo! News Search Results for pennsylvania agricu

    "Local cheesemakers are taking a page from the Brandywine Valley winemakers book to partner up and promote their product as a region."

  3. 6% Usda Declares Pennsylvania Pseudorabies-free
    Date: November 05, 2004
    Source: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

    "HARRISBURG: The U.S. Department of Agriculture has declared Pennsylvania pseudorabies-free, meaning the state has successfully eradicated the disease, state Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff said today. While not harmful to humans, pseudorabies is a viral disease that can cause reproductive problems in pigs and neurological problems in other species of animals, such as cattle, sheep, goats, dogs, cats and wildlife."

  4. 6% New Kid On The Auction Block
    Date: December 02, 2004
    Source: NewsDay.com

    "A growing demand for goat meat among New York City Muslims has been a boon to a livestock auction tucked away in the middle of Amish country."

  5. 6% Agriculture Schools Find New Breed Of Student
    Date: April 23, 2005
    Source: Detroit News

    "COLLEGE PARK, Md. -- As an agriculture student at the University of Maryland, Mike Sheer learned anatomy by looking at livestock. He studied business by figuring out how to make a goat farm profitable. He even proposed to his college sweetheart by surprising her with an engraved horseshoe."

  6. 6% Livestock Loan To Aid Start-up Farmers
    Date: June 03, 2006
    Source: The Burlington Free Press

    "The University of Vermont Center for Sustainable Agriculture has launched a program to help new farmers buy cows, poultry, goats or sheep as way to ease the financial burden of getting into farming."

  7. 6% Small Ag Fairs Struggle With Less Money, Attendance And Youth
    Date: August 25, 2007
    Source: Norwalk Advocate

    "The sheep barn was empty this year at the Middlefield Agricultural Fair. The cattle barn would've been too, if not for a hodgepodge petting zoo of a few llamas, a half-dozen goats, one potbellied pig and a handful of bunnies. "

  8. 6% Learning By Doing
    Date: February 04, 2008
    Source: Altoona Mirror

    "By Ashley Gurbal agurbal@altoonamirror.com It might be an understatement to say Wade Harclerode takes a hands-on approach to caring for his livestock. One of his goats can't nurse her young because of an inflamed udder, so Harclerode bottle feeds the triplets twice a day."

  9. 6% Nominations Sought For Pa. Livestock Evaluation
    Date: February 18, 2008
    Source: The Tribune-Democrat

    "Area livestock producers have been reminded that the Pennsylvania Livestock Evaluation Center is accepting nominations for the 2008 ram lamb, meat goat buck and swine performance testing programs."

  10. 6% Agriculture Secretary Lifts Quarantine, Urges Producers To Participate In Johnes Herd Certification Program
    Date: November 06, 2007
    Source: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

    "HARRISBURG ? Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff today urged producers to participate in a herd certification program to combat Johne?s disease, a contagious intestinal infection that severely affects animals that digest their food in two steps (cows, goats, sheep and camels, for example) and costs the state?s dairy industry more than $14.3 million each year."

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