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News Roundup: May 9-15 By Heather Overton on May 15, 2015. Each week we round up the latest N. C. agricultural headlines from news outlets across the state and country, as well as excerpts from the stories. “Lett’s Set a Spell: Agriculture applauded in Got to Be NC Festival,” The Sanford Herald : When I attended Broadway School in the late 1960s, all boys were required to take at least one agriculture course, and we girls attended home economics... Back then we assumed that most guys would focus on farming and the gals would reign in the kitchen. We took for granted that most of our food would always come from gardens in the backyard. The commitment to agriculture changed when many farms couldn’t provide ample income for families and because of more accessibility to products beyond the farm. In recent years, many men and women are combining skills in farming, gardening, cooking, canning and creating unique food products to make a living. All over the United States, there is a growing trend, from creating gardens in boxes on terraces in apartment complexes to producing bounty in the backyards of upscale communities. Agriculture will be highlighted this weekend at the eighth annual Got to Be NC Festival with a full lineup of food choices and family activities at the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. The festival provides numerous opportunities to learn about cultivating land, growing crops, producing food and raising animals in our state. … “America’s $45 Billion Poultry Industry Has a (Really) Bad Case of Bird Flu,” Fox Business: “Wait, what did you say about bird flu. A highly virulent strain of the avian flu is sweeping across the American Midwest and devastating chicken and turkey farmers, but it hasn’t garnered media coverage proportional to its importance and potential consequences. … “NC Officials Preparing For Avian Bird Flu Outbreak,” WUNC: North Carolina officials are closely monitoring an outbreak of the avian bird flu spreading in the Midwest and Western United States. 30 million birds have either died from the disease, or have been killed as a preventive measure to control the flu from spreading, according the U. S. Department of Agriculture. The states that have seen the avian bird flu include: Minnesota, Iowa, Indiana, California. North Carolina Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler told state lawmakers Tuesday. Source: In the Field
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Dothan city commissioners expressed frustration over $202,000 in legal fees incurred thus far in the discrimination suit by former Dothan Police Sgt. Keith Gray. Gray was fired in 2013 is this going to end?'” District 4 Commissioner John Ferguson
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Interior Communications Electrician 2nd Class Keith Ferguson, a Charlotte, North Carolina, native, had been striving to reach this feat for the past three cycles. "I maxed the sit-up and push-up portions before, but still needed to cut about 30 seconds off ...
The process of making that show was not like that with Jay Leno or Craig Ferguson. Craig would have said hello to you three times and hugged you twice by the time you came out onstage, which was warm and lovely. Jay would come in to your dressing room and ...
6:00: An unidentified female finds a football in women's bathroom, takes it to back judge Keith Ferguson just outside stadium tunnel. 6:15: Kraft, after vowing two weeks earlier never to criticize kitchen staff serving game-day meals to the owner's box ...
Keith Ferguson, Actor: The Lego Movie. After studying theatrical performance and creative writing at the University of the Pacific and University of Southern ...
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Keith Ferguson may refer to: Keith Ferguson (voice actor) (born 1972), voice actor Keith Ferguson (American football) (born 1959), former American football defensive ...