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  1. 40% Longtime Vet Urges Return Of Horse Slaughterhouses
    Date: March 21, 2009
    Source: The News Journal

    "As a youngster, Max Sponseller would sit on the fence for hours watching the famed Hanover Farm Standardbred Horse Sales."

  2. 40% That's Agritainment
    Date: October 25, 2010
    Source: Agriculture News

    " Last year, Eric Vanstrom's dairy cows managed to break through an electric fence and into a corn field. "

  3. 39% Captive Boars Ruled Wildlife
    Date: January 08, 2008
    Source: The Morning Call

    "Pa. Supreme Court decision opens up a whole new world. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that captive boars at fenced hunting preserves are wildlife, a decision that could force the state Game Commission to regulate pay-to-hunt operations."

  4. 39% General News
    Date: February 19, 2008
    Source: Clarion News

    "PAINT TWP. - In a four-to-one decision Dec. 27, 2007 , the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled the Pennsylvania Game Commission must begin to regulate hunting of wild boars, possibly even those in fenced-in hunting preserves."

  5. 38% 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. 38% 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."

  7. 38% It's All-natural For Owners Of Mount Airy Farm
    Date: June 02, 2006
    Source: Baltimore Sun

    "Howard Neighbors The approach to Wagon Wheel Ranch in Mount Airy is like driving right into the pages of a children's storybook on idyllic farm life. A long, gently curving wildflower bed edged by a neat white fence leads to a dense tree-lined drive where, in the distance ahead, you get a glimpse of charming wooden barns alongside verdant fields. "

  8. 38% Traditional Travel Puts Amish At Risk
    Date: January 28, 2007
    Source: Los Angeles Times

    "When buggies and cars collide, the results can be deadly. HOPKINSVILLE, KY. — Most days in Christian County, Amish horse-drawn buggies clip-clop through simple country scenes: cornfields framed with white picket fences, farmland dotted with cattle, homes with smoke billowing from their chimneys and clotheslines fluttering in the wind. "

  9. 38% Deer Farming Industry On The Rise
    Date: June 10, 2007
    Source: The Daily American

    "A growing number of Pennsylvania farmers are making money by raising bucks. They are farmers like Tim Miller of Somerset, who started Triple T Whitetails near Somerset two years ago. Miller erected a 10-foot fence to make a one-acre pen and bought four bred does."

  10. 38% Used Cows For Sale
    Date: November 19, 2007
    Source: Zanesville Times Recorder

    "I love this sign in a farmer's field in Pennsylvania along the turnpike. I thought of it this week as we continued to have calves in the field. And the cows continued to find places in the old fence where they could still get out into the still green grasses of the hay fields."

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