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  1. Agriculture Secretary Says Deer Damage Costs Commonwealth $75 Million A Year
    Date: April 07, 2006
    Source: Solanco News

    "Pennsylvania farmers continue to pay a high price to repair damage caused by deer. State Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff told the House Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee that bill is $75 million."

  2. From Where I Sit: A Tip Of The Hat To Preserving Our Barns
    Date: April 08, 2006
    Source: Public Opinion

    "I'm a farm girl at heart. I didn't grow up on a farm. The folks weren't farmers and I don't particularly like cows or planting the back 40. Still, deep down in this cynical suburban heart, there is a definite love for farms, and especially, their barns."

  3. A Treasure In Our Midst
    Date: April 16, 2006
    Source: Centre Daily Times

    "Up to 1,700 acres of Rockview Correctional Institution land north of Interstate 99 might change hands by the end of the summer. With the exception of a few brief periods, most of this land has been off-limits to hunting, fishing and hiking for nearly 100 years."

  4. E-waste Finds A Green Space
    Date: April 22, 2006
    Source: The News & Observer

    "Recycling sites for computers emerge."

  5. Anticipating A-day
    Date: April 24, 2006
    Source: phillyburbs.com

    "Delaware Valley College's annual event is designed to teach kids how food makes its way to their kitchen table."

  6. A Lifetime For The Land
    Date: May 06, 2006
    Source: Centre Daily Times

    "WALKER TOWNSHIP -- Before switch grass turned up in a presidential State of the Union speech, it was growing in fields that "semi-retired" farmer Jim Walizer had once used to produce corn."

  7. A Non-native Bug Has Lots Of Local Residents Raising A Stink
    Date: May 11, 2006
    Source: York Daily Record

    "Steve Jacobs of the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences Cooperative Extension describes the smell as unpleasantly "citrousy." Jim Stimmel, an entomologist with the state Department of Agriculture, describes it as "a very musty, pungent kind of odor.""

  8. Hay In A Day, Or “haylage" In A Day
    Date: May 17, 2006
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "For the past few years Tom Kilcer, a fellow County Agent from New York, has been investigating management of swath width of forage crops to maximize the harvest of the highest quality forages. Tom points out that profitability in the dairy industry hinges on the quantity and the quality of forages fed."

  9. Hay In A Day, Or “haylage" In A Day
    Date: May 17, 2006
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "For the past few years Tom Kilcer, a fellow County Agent from New York, has been investigating management of swath width of forage crops to maximize the harvest of the highest quality forages. Tom points out that profitability in the dairy industry hinges on the quantity and the quality of forages fed."

  10. A Living Off The Land
    Date: May 22, 2006
    Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

    "The Heritage Conservancy has been preserving farmland in Bucks County and beyond for nearly 50 years. But it is becoming increasingly difficult to do that as preservation's price - in the form of easements paid to farmers who agree not to sell their land to developers - has roughly doubled over the last five years."

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