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  1. 90% 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."

  2. 49% Study: Kansas Will Pay For Warming, Stronger Storms
    Date: July 25, 2008
    Source: Hays Daily News

    "TOPEKA -- Kansas will lose agricultural productivity and face higher damage costs in the next century as temperatures rise and storms, including flash floods and tornadoes, intensify."

  3. 49% Hays County Issues Disaster Declaration
    Date: March 02, 2009
    Source: bizjournals Agriculture:General headlines

    "Hays County Judge Liz Sumter’s office has issued a disaster declaration due to the severe drought that county officials say has had a major economic impact on the county’s agriculture. "

  4. 49% Agriculture Will Continue To Face Challenges - Hays Daily News
    Date: December 30, 2015
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Agriculture will continue to face challenges Hays Daily News The end of agriculture in America is near. American agriculture will soon lose its competitive edge. The high costs of producing food in America, compared with the costs in other countries, are pushing American producers out of business as competitors ..."

  5. 49% Schafer Opens Iowa, Other Disaster Counties To Crp Haying
    Date: August 07, 2008
    Source: Agriculture Online

    "One day after Iowa's entire bipartisan congressional delegation sent him a letter asking for haying on conservation reserve program acres, Agriculture Secretary Ed Schafer on Wednesday said he's allowing it in counties previously declared disaster areas due to this summer's flooding."

  6. 41% 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 ..."

  7. 41% Local Farmers Having A Disastrous Summer
    Date: August 01, 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."

  8. 41% Local Farmers Having A Disastrous Summer
    Date: July 30, 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."

  9. 41% 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."

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