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  1. 13% Protection Program Controls Coyote Populations
    Date: October 14, 2006
    Source: Daily American

    "FRIEDENS - Agricultural Sec. Dennis Wolff presented a $40,000 check to support the Pennsylvania Livestock Protection Program while he visited the Scott Baer sheep farm in Friedens Friday morning."

  2. 13% Small Ag Fairs Struggle With Less Money, Attendance And Youth
    Date: August 25, 2007
    Source: Norwalk Advocate

    "The sheep barn was empty this year at the Middlefield Agricultural Fair. The cattle barn would've been too, if not for a hodgepodge petting zoo of a few llamas, a half-dozen goats, one potbellied pig and a handful of bunnies. "

  3. 13% Girl Preps For Farm Show
    Date: December 31, 2007
    Source: The Indiana Gazette

    "COMMODORE - Eleven-year-old Sydney Baker knows her way around farm animals. She helped raise steers and sheep on her family's Poverty Hill Manor Farm near Commodore, joined the Southern Livestock 4-H Club and competed with farm animals at the Indiana County Fair and the Cookport Fair."

  4. 13% Pennsylvania Farm Show To Start Saturday
    Date: January 02, 2008
    Source: Public Opinion

    "HARRISBURG -- A youth sheep-shawl competition and dog demonstrations are some of the additions to the next Pennsylvania Farm Show, which starts Saturday at the state Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg."

  5. 13% Lebanon Countians Set For Pennsylvania Farm Show
    Date: January 03, 2008
    Source: Lebanon Daily News

    "ANNVILLE — Troy Longenecker gets up at the crack of dawn to do the chores — feeding and taking care of his sheep and pigs — before school. During the next week, the 15-year-old will find out whether his hard work will pay off at the 2008 Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg."

  6. 13% State's Fairs Offer Visitors A Glimpse Of Nation's
    Date: July 09, 2008
    Source: The Patriot-News

    "When Kristi Rooker was growing up in Fayette County, she lived for the Fayette County Fair. She still does. Rooker, state Department of Agriculture fairs and agritourism marketing specialist, showed market hogs, sheep and steers at the show for years."

  7. 13% Agriculture Secretary Lifts Quarantine, Urges Producers To Participate In Johnes Herd Certification Program
    Date: November 06, 2007
    Source: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

    "HARRISBURG ? Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff today urged producers to participate in a herd certification program to combat Johne?s disease, a contagious intestinal infection that severely affects animals that digest their food in two steps (cows, goats, sheep and camels, for example) and costs the state?s dairy industry more than $14.3 million each year."

  8. 13% Agriculture Secretary Urges Sheep Farmers To Protect Their Flocks Against Deadly Brain Disease, Participate In Voluntary Testing Program
    Date: November 04, 2009
    Source: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

    "Harrisburg - Pennsylvania?s sheep producers can protect their flocks against scrapie, a deadly, incurable brain disease, by enrolling in a free voluntary testing program, acting Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding said today."

  9. 13% Viral Life Cycle Of Malignant Catarrhal Fever Explained
    Date: April 07, 2010
    Source: AWIC

    "The mysterious life cycle of a sheep virus that causes malignant catarrhal fever (MCF) has been discovered by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists and their university collaborators—the first step in developing a vaccine against the disease. http://www.ars.usda.gov/is/pr/2010/100405.htm "

  10. 13% Cuts Force State's Colleges To Trim Farm Programs - San Francisco Chronicle
    Date: August 11, 2011
    Source: agriculture - Google News

    "Lester Young, dean of the College of Agriculture at Cal Poly Pomona, looks over some of the program's horses. "It's not like working in a chemistry lab," Young said. "Our academic programs are a living entity." The cattle, sheep and horse herds are ..."

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