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  1. 40% How Did Your N Program Do This Year? The Late Season Cornstalk Nitrate Test Can Tell You
    Date: August 26, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Nitrogen (N) management is one of the most difficult decisions in corn production because of the many factors that influence N behavior including: materials, timing, weather, etc. This is especially true when manure is part of the system."

  2. 40% State Ag Rules Shift To Better Protect Water
    Date: October 25, 2005
    Source: Public Opinion

    "FRANKLIN COUNTY — Horses and poultry are regulated by the same manure management rules that apply to cows and hogs. Pennsylvania has expanded its regulations over farms producing large amounts of animal waste that can threaten water quality."

  3. 40% Experts: Pa.'s Prepared For Avian Flu Outbreak
    Date: December 02, 2005
    Source: Lancaster Online

    "A woman called wondering if her Thanksgiving turkey would become a deadly holiday feast.Another caller worried because chicken manure was a main ingredient in her fresh bag of compost."

  4. 40% Hog Breeder To Meet With Dep To Address Water-quality Issues
    Date: December 27, 2005
    Source: Lancaster Online

    "A Penn Township farmer wants to know why state officials are requiring his hog-breeding operation to meet strict standards for manure management and water quality."

  5. 40% Farm Byproduct Unwasted
    Date: January 30, 2006
    Source: The Philadelphia Inquirer

    "When Gary Boyke looks out at the manure that the herd on his dairy farm produces, he sees the prospect of profit rather than waste, odors and water pollution."

  6. 40% Professional Dairy Managers Of Pennsylvania To Hold Educational Meeting In Lancaster In June
    Date: May 24, 2006
    Source: Solanco News

    "The Professional Dairy Managers of Pennsylvania (PDMP) will hold professional development meeting on The Economics of Manure Management on Thursday, June 8, at the Farm and Home Center, Lancaster, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. "

  7. 40% This Exhibit Didn't Stink
    Date: January 14, 2007
    Source: York Daily Record

    "Jan 14, 2007 — Roger Wherley had a unique way of drawing passersby to his booth at the Keystone Farm Show at the York Expo Center. Wherley, owner of Pennsylvania Service and Supply in Biglerville, stood behind two trays of what appeared to be manure."

  8. 40% Energy Sought In Waste Lagoons
    Date: July 31, 2007
    Source: The Myrtle Beach Sun News

    "At this factory farm that houses more than 10,000 hogs, a black plastic tarp covering part of a hog waste pond swells with untapped opportunity. Captured beneath the bulging cover is methane gas, which rises off the pond as manure decomposes. It is a potent greenhouse gas trapping heat in the Earth's atmosphere. But methane can also fuel an incinerator or drive a turbine to produce electricity. ..."

  9. 40% An 'offal' Meal For Idaho Trout
    Date: September 14, 2007
    Source: AP via Yahoo! News

    " Cow manure and fish guts and maggots. It could all soon be dinner — if you're an Idaho rainbow trout."

  10. 40% An Environmental Game Of Chicken
    Date: October 14, 2007
    Source: Baltimore Sun

    "How much should an industry -- one that produces about 1 billion pounds of waste a year but is also an economic and political force on the Eastern Shore -- be regulated? The chickens that Willis Redden raises in steel buildings longer than Navy destroyers produce at least 2 million pounds of manure a year. That's as much as a city of 25,000 people produces. "

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