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  1. Horses' Quarantine 'a Nonevent'
    Date: February 24, 2006
    Source: Daily Local News

    "The equine herpes virus scare in Elkton, Md., is nothing more than that, according to a West Chester-based equine veterinarian."

  2. Pennsylvania Department Of Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff Will Lead A Meeting Next Week In Athens, Which Looks To
    Date: February 24, 2006
    Source: The Daily Review

    "The meeting will be held Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Athens Area High School auditorium, and will feature a panel including Wolff, legal counsel and other state and federal officials."

  3. Outdoors: Pennsylvania Isn't The Only State With A Reduced Deer Herd
    Date: February 26, 2006
    Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    "The phrase "The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence" does not apply to deer hunting across state lines, at least not in the Mid-Atlantic region."

  4. Wine-makers Raise A Glass To Global Warming
    Date: March 10, 2006
    Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

    "Forget France. In the future, wine buffs may be praising the merits of a fine Canadian pinot noir, the subtleties of English chardonnay, or even the complexity of a world-class Pennsylvania cabernet sauvignon. The cause: climate change."

  5. A Tricky Balance
    Date: March 13, 2006
    Source: Centre Daily Times

    "A creek runs through it, but should bicycles? Should canoeing and kayaking be allowed? Just how open to the public should Spring Creek Canyon be?"

  6. Over The Past Three Months, There Have Been Five Confirmed Cases Of Rabies In A Three-township Area In Bradford County,
    Date: March 18, 2006
    Source: The Daily Review

    "The five rabid animals, which were all skunks and raccoons, were found in Wysox, Rome and Sheshequin townships, said Phil Urie, an animal inspector with the Department of Agriculture's Bureau of Animal Health."

  7. Can Farmers Remain A Strong Part Of American Soil
    Date: March 18, 2006
    Source: Online Community News

    "Is the American farmer facing extinction? Reports from top agricultural researchers and organizations say they just may be. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, there are 1.912 million farms in operation. "

  8. Getting A Veg-ucation
    Date: March 20, 2006
    Source: The Daily Item

    "MILTON — Students at Milton elementary schools have joined schools across the state for the Pennsylvania Advocates for Nutrition and Activity's (PANA) second annual "Go for the Greens" event on Thursday to focus attention on obesity prevention and the importance of eating green vegetables as part of a healthy diet."

  9. Tb Found In Hogs Brought To W.va.; Incident Has A Caldwell Tie
    Date: March 25, 2006
    Source: The Marietta Times

    "CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Four farms have been quarantined following the discovery of tuberculosis in hogs illegally imported from Ohio, Department of Agriculture Commissioner Gus R. Douglass said Friday."

  10. Pennsylvania Agriculture Secretary Says Deer Damage Costs Commonwealth $75 Million A Year
    Date: April 04, 2006
    Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

    " Pennsylvania farmers continue to pay a high price to repair damage caused by deer."

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