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  1. 100% Making Decisions in Tight Times [pdf]Get Acrobat Reader
    Source: Penn State - Dairy and Animal Science Publications

    "In a challenging business environment, such as the one dairy producers are currently facing, many dairy business owners make decisions based on emotions, rather than facts, due to a lack of information. Armed with adequate and accurate information and the tools to analyze it, producers can make the decisions that will position them to survive and thrive in the future."

  2. 100% Managing Hispanic Workers: Perceptions of Agricultural Managers [pdf]Get Acrobat Reader
    Source: Penn State - Dairy and Animal Science Publications

    "Hiring Hispanic employees is a relatively new practice for agricultural and horticultural employers in the Northeast. Managers cite the issues of basic life essentials, language, culture, communication, and training as important challenges for their Hispanic workers. "

  3. 100% Protein in Pastures: Can It Be Too High? [pdf]Get Acrobat Reader
    Source: Penn State - Dairy and Animal Science Publications

    "The nutrient quality of well-managed pasture is often higher than the same plant material harvested as silage or hay. This can present unique challenges in feeding dairy cows. A discussion of protein content in pastures and strategies to manage it is provided in this paper."

  4. 64% Agronomy Series #134: An Early History of the Penn State University Agronomy Department [pdf]Get Acrobat Reader
    Source: Department of Crop and Soil Sciences Publications

    "During the 1980's a distinctive feeling came over the United States. This was a desire to have a better awareness of our past history (our roots). This instigated a publication of a history of Penn State University (Bezilla, 1985) and a history of Penn State's College of Agriculture (Bezilla, 1987). This trend did not trickle down to the Penn State Agronomy Department level. Although this was the case, an earlier attempt was made by Professor Charles D. Jefferies of the Agronomy Department in November 1954. Jefferies' manuscript was never published; and as we all know, unpublished material is lost to the future. Because of this reason this publication is being generated in order that Jefferies' information is not lost. His manuscript is Chapter 2 of this publication. It is also hoped that this publication will stimulate someone to pick-up the challenge and update Jefferies' history to the present day."

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