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  1. 28% Agriculture Director Urges Consumers To Buy Michigan-grown Christmas Trees ... - The Republic
    Date: December 01, 2011
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "State agriculture director Keith Creagh is urging Michigan consumers to buy Christmas trees and poinsettias grown in the state as they head into their holiday season. He plans to hold a news conference Thursday morning at Fruit Basket Flowerland in ..."

  2. 28% Agritourism Is Now One Of The Fastest Growing Tourism Markets In Mississippi
    Date: October 27, 2013
    Source: Agriculture News

    "A working farm, a Halloween corn maze and pumpkin patch, a petting zoo, wagon rides, you pick 'em farms, a winery and Christmas tree farms amount to year round agritourism activities in Mississippi that generate $150 million annually."

  3. 27% Agriculture Officials Plan Ash-borer Meeting
    Date: June 04, 2005
    Source: Times Herald

    "MARINE CITY - The state Department of Agriculture plans on cutting down about 500 ash trees south of the city and will have a meeting Monday to discuss the process."

  4. 27% Ohio Shifts Its Methods To Zap Borer
    Date: June 08, 2008
    Source: Akron Beacon Journal

    "Over the last five years, Ohio has changed its approach in dealing with a troublesome beetle from China. Starting in 2003, Ohio used federal funds to cut down and grind up every ash tree within a half-mile of infestations of the emerald ash borer. That was designed to block the spread of the greenish bug from northwest Ohio."

  5. 27% State Grants Temporary Waiver For Reindeer
    Date: December 19, 2005
    Source: bizjournals.com Agriculture:General headlines

    " They'd better not breed. They'd better not mingle. But otherwise it's OK for nine fabled reindeer to visit California on Christmas Eve and early Christmas, the state Department of Agriculture says. "

  6. 27% Crimson Rocket Peach Making Its Way To Market
    Date: November 26, 2007
    Source: Science Daily

    "Crimson Rocket peach trees look like tall, thin cousins of the more classically-shaped peach trees. These "skinny" trees provide an attractive, space-saving tree that produces full-size peaches that could make their way to consumers in 2008."

  7. 27% Experts Warn Of Threat To Ash Trees
    Date: August 26, 2008
    Source: The Argus Leader

    "A tiny beetle with a big taste for ash trees poses a threat that would easily surpass the damage done by Dutch elm disease, which has killed some 80 million trees nationally. The effect of the emerald ash borer would be especially harsh in Sioux Falls, where species of ash - especially green ash - make up about 60 percent of the total trees. Across the state, ash trees make up 36 percent of all ..."

  8. 27% Monday, December 08, 2008
    Date: December 08, 2008
    Source: Erie Times-News

    "On stage -- "Leahy: A Celtic Christmas," 7:30 p.m., Mercyhurst College, Mary D'Angelo Performing Arts Center. A family of eight brothers and sisters who have played together all their lives present songs and step dances mixing Celtic and traditional Christmas carols."

  9. 26% Gov. Tom Corbett's Proposed Budget Sees Cuts In Agriculture
    Date: February 07, 2012
    Source: pennsylvania agriculture - Yahoo! News Search Resu

    "Under Gov. Tom Corbett's proposed budget unveiled today, the Agriculture Department budget is $56.2 million with cuts of about $76.8 million. At first, the cuts look wide-sweeping but more than $72 million in funding for several programs would be funded under the Race Horse Development Fund."

  10. 26% Insurance Cuts Would Hit Farmers - Agriculture.com
    Date: February 14, 2012
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Agriculture.com Insurance cuts would hit farmers Agriculture.com “There's pretty much unanimous agreement among farmers and here in Congress that we need a strong crop insurance program,” Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA), a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee told Agriculture .com Tuesday. U.S. Agriculture Secretary Unveils 'Stable' Budget for 2013 KUNC Obama budget draws fire from agriculture Pork Magazine Federal budget 2013: Agriculture spending would be cut by trimming farm subsidies Washington Post (blog) Syracuse Journal-Democrat  - Reuters  - Farm Bureau News all 69 news articles »"

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