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The Tri-State Hay and Pasture Conference will be held Thursday, Jan. 19, at Garrett College in McHenry, Md. Presentations at the conference will challenge farmers to think about their farming operation and how forages can be part of their future. ...
I have been watching with a lot of interest lately the news reports about both “Made in America” and “Making a Difference” features. It is fascinating to me how novel these ideas seem to be to the folks doing the reporting. I...
Tags: Consumers, Agriculture
Special to The Herald-MailAt almost 1,300 pounds, Red, a hefty 19-month-old, is a sight to see. A Limousin heifer, this muscular dark golden-red beauty belongs to local farmer Adam Griffith, 20, of Boonsboro. Griffith has participated in and won many local stock show awards. Red...
F&M Trust continued its long-standing tradition of supporting local 4-H projects by purchasing livestock, including a hog, a goat and a pair of steers at the Franklin County 4-H Club sales in August and September at the Greencastle Livestock Market....
email@example.comAs I write this column, I am in Kansas attending the National Association of County Agricultural Agents’ annual meeting and professional development conference. One of my responsibilities is that of Maryland’s voting delegate, and one of the...
As you read this column, and if you have children, both you and your children are probably anxious for school to start. And depending on their age, the reasons might be the same or different. If they are young, you both are probably nervous about...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOne little goat goes to market. One little goat goes home. That's the difference between market and meat goats at the Jefferson County Fair, which is under way this week at 2007 Old Leetown Pike. Market goats, to be judged Tuesday at 1 p.m., will stay...
email@example.comAs the newly crowned 2011 Franklin County Fair Queen, Rachel Horst is going to be very busy this week. While the 18-year-old Mercersburg, Pa., teen will be busy all year with her royal duties, she'll be constantly on the move until the fair ends on...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA new hog barn will be built at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds thanks in part to Lucy, a 236-pound market hog that sold for $885 Saturday at the Jefferson County Fair's livestock auction. Ten percent of Lucy's selling price is being donated to the H....
Tags: Auction Service, Human Interest
email@example.comSqueezed between two neighboring houses just yards from the busy North Main Street, the brick rancher David Gray Sr. shares with his son in Boonsboro looks, from the front, like a typical in-town home. But in the backyard of the quarter-acre lot,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTen years ago Sunday was a day just like Dec. 7, 1941, a day that will live in infamy. Sept. 17, 1862, was a day that still echoes through the corridors of time for us in Washington County. The area will mark that day on Saturday. What do any of these...
The fourth annual Western Maryland Goat Field Day and Sale will be Saturday, Sept., 24, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Washington County Agricultural Education Center. The top-performing bucks from the 2011 Western Maryland Pasture-Based Meat Goat...
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