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  1. 23% Create A Story Of Your Own During Ohio Wine Month - The Daily Advocate
    Date: June 02, 2014
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Ohio's food and agriculture industry is made up of a myriad of people working the land, supporting local communities, and capitalizing on science-based uses for home-grown products, all of which help secure our state's future. It is made up of local ..."

  2. 23% Family Owned Farms Play Crucial Role In U.s. Agriculture - Reading Eagle
    Date: December 30, 2015
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Reading Eagle Family owned farms play crucial role in U.S. agriculture Reading Eagle To better understand U.S. agriculture , USDA's Economic Research Service recently released a report, America's Diverse Family Farms. It categorizes farms into homogenous groupings based on the annual revenue of the farm, primary occupation of the ..."

  3. 23% Potatoes Are The Most Popular Crop For Gardeners Growing Their Own Fruit And Veg
    Date: May 03, 2018
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Potatoes are the most popular crop for gardeners and allotment holders growing their own food, according to the first survey of its kind since the Second World War. Thousands of harvests have been logged by scientists from the University of Sheffield in the MYHarvest project which aims to reveal the most plentiful fruit and vegetables grown across the UK by green-fingered amateurs."

  4. 21% State Considers Cutting Food Aid For The Hungry
    Date: July 02, 2005
    Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    "For a decade, more and more families in Pennsylvania have inched closer to the edge of hunger. Across the state, 1.2 million people -- about one in 10 -- live in households where someone goes without enough food to eat, according to anti-hunger advocates."

  5. 21% Report: Farmers Need Funds To Cut Bay Pollution
    Date: September 20, 2005
    Source: Baltimore Sun

    "Environmental group survey rates industry's health in bid to 'mend ... fences' UPPER MARLBORO -- Farmers around the Chesapeake Bay want to do a better job reducing pollution that runs into the water, but they need more money from the government to do it, an environmental group reported today. "

  6. 21% More School Food Checks Force Other Cuts
    Date: October 02, 2005
    Source: The Morning Call

    "Pennsylvania's corps of food inspectors, already pressed by understaffing and a burgeoning workload, is under even more pressure now that a federal law is requiring at least two inspections per year in school cafeterias across the country."

  7. 21% Cuts Proposed For Conservation Districts
    Date: February 26, 2006
    Source: Reading Eagle/Reading Times

    "Despite a proposed increase of $35 million in the state Department of Agriculture budget for 2006-07, county conservation districts face a $450,000 cutback."

  8. 21% Low-income Children Cut From Food Program
    Date: June 22, 2006
    Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    "Thousands of low-income Pennsylvania families with young children will receive less help this summer from a government program that allows them to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables from farmers' markets."

  9. 21% House To Consider Cutting Game Commission Terms
    Date: May 10, 2007
    Source: The Patriot-News

    "The House Game and Fisheries Committee yesterday voted to send for consideration by the full House of Representatives a bill that would cut in half the terms of members of the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners."

  10. 21% Agriculture Cuts Not All That Deep
    Date: July 18, 2007
    Source: Lancaster Online

    "Taking $4.2 million from the state Department of Agriculture prompted several county Republican lawmakers to vote against the state budget this week."A cut this size is going to be a wake-up call for the whole ag community," said state Rep. Gordon Denlinger of Narvon, a member of..."

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