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  1. 100% Pennsylvania: That Scratching Sound? Why, It?s Big Beetles In The Mail
    Date: May 15, 2008
    Source: New York Times

    "Customs agents seized more than two dozen giant beetles from a package after postal workers heard the insects making scratching noises."

  2. 74% Check Moisture Before Baling Hay
    Date: May 13, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Baling hay at the optimum moisture content can be a tricky business, which often involves some guesswork and cooperation from the weather. Baling at moisture levels above the optimum will cause heating and spoilage of the hay."

  3. 74% A Quick Look At Hay Preservatives
    Date: May 31, 2005
    Source: Penn State Field Crop News

    "Generally, hay with a moisture content of 20% or less will not spoil during storage. Large round bales should contain hay that is slightly drier (approximately 18%). Unfortunately, field curing hay down to 20% moisture or lower is often difficult without having it rained on once or twice. Hay preservatives may allow baling and storage of hay with moisture levels between 20 and 25%."

  4. 74% Turning Agriculture Byproducts Into Homes
    Date: August 09, 2011

    "A group of students and educators in northeast Kansas have been learning recently about a relatively new building technique — constructing a home with 18-inch thick straw bale walls, with lumber at the corners and bamboo rods for extra support. The Lawrence-Journal World reports the technique creates a well-insulated home and makes use of an agricultural byproduct. However, many cities, including Lawrence, won’t approve plans for a straw bale home unless it comes with a detailed engineering report or tests to prove the integrity of the structure, the report says."

  5. 61% New Hay Bale Ensilage Method Turns Heads
    Date: September 29, 2011
    Source: Agriculture News

    "They looked like giant marshmallows plopped down in rows, or water barrels lined up, but a second look revealed they were really just round bales of soybean hay wrapped in white plastic and set on end."

  6. 48% Dangerous Beetle Found In Us
    Date: March 11, 2006
    Source: Solanco News

    "U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is responsible for ensuring that no intruders enter the United States undetected. This includes intruders of the six-legged variety. On March 1, 2006, CBP Agriculture Specialists were conducting an inspection of merchandise arriving from China, when they discovered a long-horned beetle, Rhytidodera bowringii, in a container of granite counter tops. "

  7. 48% Aem Elects 18 New Members
    Date: January 28, 2008
    Source: ThomasNet

    "The AEM has elected Able Manufacturing & Assembly LLC, Blue Book of Building and Construction, Chick Companies, Cleantechnics International Inc., CTS Automotive Products, Custom Equipment, and Digga Mfg as members. It has also elected Enginaire, GGB Bearing Technology, Gyro-Trac (USA) Inc., J Lin Corp./Multivibe, Jessup Manufacturing Co., Kalyn Siebert, and Lincoln Industries. Maeda Seisakusho ..."

  8. 48% Oregon Wine Board Launches State Wineries App
    Date: November 22, 2011

    "The Oregon Wine Board on Monday launched a new mobile application that will help direct consumers to more than 200 Oregon wineries. The Oregon Wine Map, available for free, also includes maps to tasting rooms, hours of operation, contact information and turn-by-turn directions. The app is being released to coincide with the Thanksgiving Weekend in Wine Country events, when most of the state’s wineries open for tastings. The app was developed by Portland-based LynkSnap, a developer of custom QR codes and mobile websites for the wine industry..."

  9. 48% Ticks That Can Kill Cattle Intercepted In South Texas
    Date: January 18, 2012
    Source: Agriculture News

    "Customs officials say they recently intercepted a "significant" number of ticks that carry diseases potentially fatal to cattle on a deer hide being transported from Mexico."

  10. 48% Room To Grow In Turkey's Agriculture Industry - Daily Sabah
    Date: April 14, 2015
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Room to grow in Turkey's agriculture industry Daily Sabah Agriculture is the exception. Despite the potential for growth in this industry, differences between Turkey and the EU on food safety standards and agricultural policy prevented agriculture from being included in the previous customs union. After 20 ..."

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