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  1. 11% Records: A Single Buck From Pa. With Huge Rack Can Fetch As Much As $1m In Texas
    Date: February 20, 2012
    Source: pennsylvania agriculture - Yahoo! News Search Resu

    "When federal agents cracked a multimillion-dollar Texas smuggling operation with key players known as Fat Boy and Hitman, the trail led them into the hills of Pennsylvania."

  2. 11% Gov. Corbett's Pa. Budget Plan Cuts Agriculture Funding 10 Percent, Invests In ... - Centre Daily Times
    Date: February 19, 2013
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Tom Corbett's state budget plan cuts agriculture , maintains extension funding for Penn State and increases money for land preservation, but it also delivers a 10 percent overall cut to the industry. And maintaining agriculture funding is something ..."

  3. 9% Farm Bill ’07: Farms Are Not Created Equal
    Date: July 25, 2006
    Source: Solanco News

    "Federal Committee Meets To Examine Needs Of Northeast Agriculture. The U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee, chaired by Saxby Chambliss (R-GA), met to speak to an array of producers. This was the third in a series of regional field meetings. Others are scheduled for Iowa, Nebraska, Montana, and Texas. Joining Chambliss was committee member Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) and other state legislators. Santorum, up for re-election this November, is the first senator from the state to serve on the agriculture committee “in over 100 years,” he said."

  4. 9% Penn State And Cornell Team Up To Provide Soybean Rust Program
    Date: December 08, 2005
    Source: Penn State Crop Management Extension Alerts

    "Disease specialists at Penn State and Cornell have joined forces to provide a unique program addressing the current issues related to soybean rust. The program will be broadcast live to 14 locations in PA and 13 locations NY on Jan. 12th at 7-9pm . The program will feature Dr. Don Hershman, plant disease specialist at the Universality of Kentucky, and will cover topics ranging from the southern response to soybean rust to fungicide efficacy and timing. Make plans to join us for this special event, and contact a host location near you to preregister."

  5. 9% Half-ton Butter Sculpture Unveiled At Pennsylvania Farm Show
    Date: January 04, 2018
    Source: Agriculture News

    "This Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018, photo provided by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture shows a sculpture carved from a half-ton of butter in preparation for the 102nd Pennsylvania Farm Show, scheduled from Saturday, Jan. 6, through Saturday, Jan. 13, at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg, Pa. The sculpture unveiled Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018, sponsored by the American Dairy Association North East , reflects the show's theme this year, "Strength in our Diversity," by depicting a dairy cow; a dairy farmer, second from left; an agronomist who helps produce corn to feed dairy cows, left; a milk processor, second from right; and a consumer, right, carrying agriculture products from Pennsylvania."

  6. 7% Restaurant Specials On Mexcian Independence Day
    Date: September 16, 2011

    "It’s Mexican Independence Day so naturally restaurants are going to capitalize on the holiday with drink and food specials. Luna de Noche is offering guacamole for $2 between noon and 1 p.m. Friday at their six DFW locations. Apparently, it is also National Guacamole Day. Then, once you’ve piled in the chips, house margaritas are $2 all evening if you tell the server “Happy Guacamole Day” or “ Feliz Dia De la Independencia.” Two-dollar margaritas sounds dangerous, but anything for independence, right? DBJ confidential readers, what other restaurants are using the holiday to promote a good time at a good price?"

  7. 7% Wineries Booming, Tobacco Farming Waning, Study Says
    Date: November 15, 2017
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Over the last eight years, state winery sales have gone up by more than 120 percent, while tobacco sales have fallen by nearly 40 percent, according to a new study by the UConn College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources. Speaking Wednesday during the 17th annual meeting of the Working Lands Alliance, Rigoberto A. Lopez, director of the university's Zwick Center for Food and Resource Policy, said the study of agriculture changes between 2007 and 2015 shows strong gains for cattle ranching and farming; vegetable and melon farming; seafood preparation and packing; and milk and butter making."

  8. 4% Soaring Costs Eat Into Restaurant Profits Wholesale Food Prices Are Up 7.6 Percent. Smaller Eateries Are Hardest Hit.
    Date: April 06, 2008
    Source: The Morning Call

    "The crowds of customers have thinned at the Federal Grill and Cigar Bar in recent months and the prices the restaurant pays for its goods, from steaks to breads, have increased."

  9. 3% Gov. Rendell Asked To Keep His Commitment To Reduce Pollution In Pa Waterways, And Support The Fair Share For Clean ...
    Date: June 09, 2008
    Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! News

    " Without State Help, Local Sewer System Ratepayers, Farmers Would Pay Over $1.6 Billion in Cleanup Costs"

  10. 3% Pa Governor Rendell Signs Bill To Better Protect Dogs In Commercial Kennels; Ban On Kennels Euthanizing Dogs Takes ...
    Date: October 10, 2008
    Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! News

    " Says Pennsylvania Shedding Reputation as 'Puppy Mill Capitol of the East'"

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