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  1. 100% Bats Are Worth $3.7bn To Us Agriculture - The Guardian
    Date: October 14, 2015
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "The Guardian Bats are worth $3.7bn to US agriculture The Guardian Bats are worth $3.7bn to US agriculture . Amid concerns over the impact of disease and wind farms on bats, researchers are working to quantify the ecosystem benefits of the insect-eaters. Bats agriculture . Modern threats to bats have both bat lovers and ..."

  2. 74% Bless The Bats Of Agriculture - Western Farm Press (blog)
    Date: August 08, 2013
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Bless the bats of agriculture Western Farm Press (blog) The authors of the Science study (Economic Importance of Bats in Agriculture ) extrapolated the Texas figures across the United States and estimated the value of bats to agriculture to be “as low as $3.7 billion/year and as high as $53 billion/year."

  3. 69% Emerald Ash Borers Have Found Pa. And Their Favorite Food: Ash Tree Bark
    Date: July 16, 2007

    "The ash borer will find a ready buffet in Pennsylvania. The state's forests are home to 308 million ashes - including a swath along the New York border that is used to make baseball's longstanding favorite bat, the famed Louisville Slugger."

  4. 69% Ashes Still Valuable After Bark-boring Bug Attacks
    Date: July 22, 2007
    Source: The Naperville Sun

    "TOLEDO, Ohio -- Ash trees are being turned into baseball bats for Little Leaguers, park benches and baby furniture as cities around the Midwest try to get rid of millions of trees killed by a paper clip-size beetle. "

  5. 69% Agriculture Secretary, Forest Products Association Celebrate New Woodmobile Truck
    Date: April 09, 2008
    Source: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

    "HARRISBURG ? Pennsylvania students can continue to learn how lumber, aspirin, baseball bats and shoe polish are derived from the same raw material thanks to a new truck, said Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff."

  6. 68% Panel Seeks To Ban Steroids From Horse Racing
    Date: December 23, 2007
    Source: The News Journal

    "Major League Baseball is not the only professional sport that is worried about anabolic steroid use."

  7. 66% Casey Goes To Bat For Pa. Dairy Farmers
    Date: March 28, 2007
    Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    "Read this article ]"

  8. 66% Rabid Bat Found In City; Cat In Quarantine
    Date: October 03, 2008
    Source: Warren Times Observer

    "A cat belonging to a Warren family has been quarantined after it caught a bat that was found to have rabies. According to an Oct. 1 release from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, the bat was found at a residence on Dahl Street in Warren's Lower Conewango area."

  9. 66% Disappearance Of Bats Bad For Farmers, You And Me
    Date: August 01, 2011
    Source: pennsylvania agriculture - Yahoo! News Search Resu

    "Does the precipitous disappearance of Pennsylvania's bats to deadly white-nose syndrome  and wind turbines make a difference in people's lives? You bet it does.Take Cal Butchkowski. A couple years ago, he and his family could lounge around their wooded backyard on the edge of wetlands in H..."

  10. 66% Bats Are Worth $1 Billion To Agriculture - Science /aaas
    Date: September 14, 2015
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Science /AAAS Bats are worth $1 billion to agriculture Science /AAAS Corn farmers, look to the sky at dusk and mutter thanks to the bats swooping over your moth-ridden fields: Those winged mammals put more than $1 billion back into your collective pockets, a new study suggests. The first-of-its-kind research used nets ... and more »"

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