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  1. 34% Local Farmers Having A Disastrous Summer
    Date: August 03, 2007
    Source: Waynesboro Record Herald

    "Throughout Franklin County, crops of soybeans, alfalfa and grass hays have withered away this summer, lacking adequate rainfall to sustain their growth and provide more than one harvest for farmers."

  2. 34% Children, Fairs Go Together
    Date: August 28, 2007
    Source: The Indiana Gazette

    "Nowadays, most children don't grow up on farms. They don't ride tractors, or feed and milk animals. They don't race through the hay bales, or lasso a steer from atop a horse."

  3. 34% Farm News
    Date: August 28, 2007
    Source: The Herald-Mail

    "Drought causes USDA to let farmers use CRP protected acreage Colleen Cashell, executive director of the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency in Washington County announced Monday that USDA has approved Conservation Reserve Program participants and eligible livestock producers in Washington County for emergency haying and grazing of approved CRP cool and warm season grass acres as ..."

  4. 34% Unstable
    Date: April 07, 2008
    Source: Altoona Mirror

    "The last six months have been rough at Seven Charms Equestrian Center. 'Everything from hay to bedding has gone up,' said Rus Kelly, who owns the training and boarding stable in Hastings. 'It's hard to find sawdust, so instead of local sawdust, I'm buying it in bags from South Carolina and paying three to four times what I did before."

  5. 34% Here's Why There Is No Systematic Testing
    Date: October 15, 2008
    Source: Yakima Herald-Republic

    "With hundreds of square miles of irrigated farmland, the Lower Yakima Valley yields a bounty of fruit, hops, corn, hay and other crops. Tourists come to taste the wine and enjoy orchard-dotted vistas that have been compared to the Napa Valley, even Tuscany."

  6. 34% Pennsylvania Bill Would Limit Farms' Liability For 'agritainment'
    Date: November 14, 2008
    Source: Chambersburg Public Opinion

    "A ranking senator is pushing a plan aimed at giving more farmers a chance to make extra income by opening their land for corn mazes and hay rides. Sen. Mike Brubaker, R-Lancaster, chairman of the Senate Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee, is drafting a bill to promote "agritainment.""

  7. 34% Farming With Oxen 101: Vermont College Students Learn Old-fashioned, Sustainable Agriculture
    Date: July 06, 2009
    Source: Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

    "POULTNEY, Vt. - Devin Lyons typically starts his days this summer cooking breakfast with fresh eggs from the farm's chicken coop. Then, depending on the weather, he and a dozen other college students might cut hay in the field using a team of oxen, turn compost or weed vegetable beds."

  8. 34% Tractor Rollovers _ The Top Cause Of Death On Us Farms _ Decline As Farmers Upgrade Equipment
    Date: September 03, 2010
    Source: Agriculture News

    " Dairy farmer Anthony Marco was compressing a long row of chopped hay beneath his tractor two weeks ago, preparing it as winter feed for his cows, when the 4-ton machine suddenly toppled over as he drove it along the pile's steep sides. "

  9. 34% Farmers To Get Advice On Coping With Crop Losses
    Date: August 05, 2012
    Source: Agriculture News

    "TERRE HAUTE , Ind. - Indiana farmers battling withered crops and high hay prices will gather in Vigo County to discuss ways to minimize the losses caused by the drought sweeping the state."

  10. 34% Agritourism Growth Sparks Concerns Over Safety, Liability
    Date: August 15, 2015
    Source: Agriculture News

    "As more farms open themselves up to visitors for apple picking, hay rides and some extra income, experts are advising owners to take steps to prevent accidents - be they small or fatal. Farming is one of the more dangerous occupations in the U.S. mostly due to the machinery and equipment, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention."

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