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  1. 54% Governor Rendell Announces More Than $500,000 In Grants To Promote Pa Ag Products; 37 Organizations Receive Strategic
    Date: October 04, 2006
    Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

    " Pennsylvania's top agricultural commodities, ranging from mushrooms and apples to poultry, beef and dairy will benefit from an investment of more than $500,000 in matching grants that were announced today by Governor Edward G."

  2. 53% Pennsylvania Forest Products Expo Comes To Penn State
    Date: January 04, 2005
    Source: Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences

    "UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences is partnering with the Pennsylvania Forest Products Association to host the association's bi-annual trade exposition, June 17-18."

  3. 53% Keeping Your Dairy Products Safe
    Date: April 18, 2005
    Source: Agricultural Research Magazine

    "Is your milk safe? Scientists with the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) have joined forces with the Regional Dairy Quality Management Alliance (RDQMA) to make sure it is."

  4. 53% Forest Products Expo Highlights Business And Technology Trends
    Date: June 02, 2005
    Source: Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences

    "UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Sawmill operators, loggers, forest landowners and others can get the latest information on issues facing the timber industry -- and learn about a wide range of lumber-related goods and services -- by attending the Timber 2005 Forest Products Equipment and Technology Exposition, June 17-18."

  5. 53% Tick-killing Products Get Safer
    Date: September 14, 2005
    Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    "TRENTON, N.J. -- After her husband got Lyme disease, her young son kept getting tick bites in their yard and a close friend nearly died of the tick-borne infection, Laurie Gaulke felt she had to do something."

  6. 53% New Product Update
    Date: October 14, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "New herbicides have been recently released by Syngenta and Dow AgroSciences."

  7. 53% Chemsweep Program Offers Free, Safe Way To Dispose Of Pesticide Products
    Date: December 30, 2005
    Source: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

    "HARRISBURG ? Agribusinesses and homeowners throughout Pennsylvania can safely dispose of unwanted pesticide products in 19 counties across Pennsylvania through the Department of Agriculture?s CHEMSWEEP Program, the only free, safe and legal way to dispose of waste pesticides."

  8. 53% Pet Food Recalled After Toxic Chemical Found In Product
    Date: December 24, 2005
    Source: Public Opinion

    "Several distributors in Pennsylvania and other states have been told to pull dog and cat food products produced by the Diamond Pet Food company because they could be contaminated with a hazardous substance."

  9. 53% Maple Frozen Yogurt Sticks To State Products
    Date: January 12, 2006
    Source: The Patriot News

    "You can find one of the coolest eats at the 90th Pennsylvania State Farm Show's food court. Maple frozen yogurt is available at the Pennsylvania Maple Syrup Producers Council booth, which is between the horticultural booth selling apple products and the vegetable booth."

  10. 53% Vendors Pitch Products To Giant
    Date: February 11, 2006
    Source: The Sentinel

    "For 10 years, Jacquelina Magaro has been making and bottling her own brand of vinegars and oils from her Camp Hill home. All that will change in two months when Magaro moves the operation out of her home and into a factory."

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