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Optimism might seem out of place after the Waterkeeper Alliance's bitter loss in a recent lawsuit to hold Perdue Farms and its grower Alan Hudson responsible for polluting waterways with poultry manure. But it's possible to at least be hopeful of...
FARGO, N.D. -- Often, as I talk with farmers and ranchers in Agweek country, I ask them about their sources of information. I think it's their most vital farming input other than land. Farmers have both their traditional and emerging sources of...
The Hartford CourantRich Farm Ice Cream, which sells ice cream from a 100-acre Oxford dairy farm, is marketing franchise opportunities for the first time. In exchange for $34,000 in franchise fees, a buyer would have the right to open a shop called Rich Farm Ice Cream, get...
Gene Dinger, who farms near Hecla, had been renting property owned by LR Corp. for 34 years when he learned that the corporation was going to sell its farmland. LR decided to have an independent appraiser set the value of the land and offer it to its...
Tags: Arable Farming, Groton, Auction Service
— The cherimoya is a peculiar-looking, almost intimidating fruit — "like a pre-Columbian jade pine cone or the finial for a giant Inca four-poster bed," in Elizabeth Schneider's memorable words. But at its best it tastes sublime, with sweet,...
Tags: Weather, Weather Reports, Mark Twain
A massive electrical transmission line project is prompting Minnesota farmers and homeowners to invoke the state's "buy the farm" law in record numbers, hoping it will force utilities to buy them out so they can move away from the looming towers. The...
Three students from Petoskey Middle School have been named winners in the 44th annual America & Me Essay Contest, sponsored by Farm Bureau Insurance. Morgan Block took first place for her school, followed by Emma Kurtz in second place and TaiLi Samson in...
Tags: Middle Schools, Insurance, Schools
A new story in the March 8 issue of the Hollywood Reporter floats the idea that News Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch may be interested in buying Moraga Vineyards, the 13-acre Bel-Air estate now for sale at close to $30 million. The...
Saturday, March 2, marks the first anniversary of the tornadoes that swept through east Kentucky, devastating small farm communities and even two small towns. In light of the ruin, volunteers from all over Kentucky, and many other states, came to the...
For Connecticut's "locavores," the coming of spring means the return of outdoor farmers markets and farm stands and all the delightful "Connecticut Grown" veggies they have for sale. The problem is that some of those "Connecticut Grown" offerings may...
KY Pride Trail Pickup Day There will be a KY Pride Trail Pickup Day at Cumberland Falls on April 6. Participants will meet in the visitor's center at 9 a.m. and there will be a picnic at the pavilion at the falls at 2 p.m. For more information, call...
Special to The Herald-MailDam Number Four Road drops south from Downsville Pike toward the Potomac River and the C&O Canal. On its west side, a sign indicates Cheney's Neck. This private road leads a quarter-mile back ending in a circular drive before an elegant brick house. The...
Tags: Arable Farming
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