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  1. 43% Early Harvest Is Essential In Making Dairy-quality Grass Hay
    Date: April 29, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "The use of perennial grasses for high-quality dairy feed throughout much of Pennsylvania is common. Unfortunately, the quality of the harvested forage is less than dairy-quality. The key factor in harvesting dairy-quality forage is harvest management."

  2. 43% Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree!
    Date: December 16, 2007
    Source: Bureau County Republican

    "What Illinois county harvests the largest number of Christmas trees each year? You might not be surprised to learn it’s Macon County, with 13,692 trees harvested annually, but you might be surprised to learn that Bureau County comes in second with 8,000 trees harvested each year."

  3. 43% Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree!
    Date: December 21, 2007
    Source: Bureau County Republican

    "What Illinois county harvests the largest number of Christmas trees each year? You might not be surprised to learn it’s Macon County, with 13,692 trees harvested annually, but you might be surprised to learn that Bureau County comes in second with 8,000 trees harvested each year."

  4. 34% Corn Harvest Underway
    Date: August 30, 2004
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Our corn crop in many areas is doing very well and silage harvest is underway already here in late August in some areas. We have already harvested our early hybrids in our silage yield trials in SC Pennsylvania and expect to move into the mid maturity (110-115 day hybrids) by next week."

  5. 34% Cover Crop Options For The Fall
    Date: August 16, 2004
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Small grains should be harvested by now, and corn and soybean harvest season is starting shortly. Thus it is time to think about cover crops. Cover crops can be used for different purposes: Soil protection over the winter, additional forage production, nutrient uptake and protection from leaching, soil improvement by adding above and below-ground crop residue, nitrogen fixation, weed control and mulching for next year's no-till crop."

  6. 34% Farm News
    Date: July 13, 2006
    Source: The Herald-Mail

    "Wheat harvest underway By the time you read this, the wheat harvest here in the Cumberland Valley will be in full swing. more... Our nation's founders were rooted in agriculture Today is July 4, 2006. It was 230 years ago that the Declaration of Independence was signed, irreparably changing the armed conflict between the colonists and King George III."

  7. 34% Commission Officials: Bear Kills 'average'
    Date: November 27, 2006
    Source: Evening Sun

    "Pennsylvania Game Commission officials counted 2,185 black bears were harvested by Tuesday, the second day of the 2006 three-day bear season. PGC officials are calling the harvest "average.""

  8. 34% Farm News
    Date: January 08, 2007
    Source: The Herald-Mail

    "Hagerstown hosting Future Harvest conference The Future Harvest Chesapeake Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture will hold its 2007 "Farming for Profit and Stewardship" Conference Friday and Saturday at the Sheraton Four Points in Hagerstown."

  9. 34% Farm News
    Date: January 09, 2007
    Source: The Herald-Mail

    "Hagerstown hosting Future Harvest conference The Future Harvest Chesapeake Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture will hold its 2007 "Farming for Profit and Stewardship" Conference Friday and Saturday at the Sheraton Four Points in Hagerstown."

  10. 34% Agriculture Secretary Kicks Off Annual Harvest Tour In Southwestern Pennsylvania
    Date: October 13, 2006
    Source: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

    "HARRISBURG ?Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff kicked off the fourth annual Harvest Tour on Oct. 12 in southwestern Pennsylvania with stops in Somerset and Butler counties. The tour allows for open dialogue among agricultural producers, industry representatives and the Department of Agriculture about current issues and concerns facing agriculture. Secretary Wolff shares the information gathered during the Harvest Tour with Governor Edward Rendell, who uses it to fine-tune existing programs and establish new initiatives to keep Pennsylvania agriculture growing."

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