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ISSUE DATE: 07/12/2010

Sample Sunday serves up family fun

By Jennifer Bremer

On one Sunday each month, family fun can be found on three different farms surrounding the central Iowa town of Woodward.

Locally produced food, drinks and gifts are available for purchase from Picket Fence Creamery, Northern Prairie Chevre and Prairieland Herbs, along with fun-filled family activities and free samples to enjoy.


ISU sociologist examines communities' quality of life near large farms
Kansas asks Supreme Court to direct Nebraska to comply with Republican River compact
Kansas Department of Commerce to host agritourism workshop
Neb. flooding, storms cause $16M damage statewide
Sample Sunday serves up family fun
Texas agriculture showcased in international tour
Wyant and Armstrong to headline K-State's Risk and Profit Conference


Ag Rally for Northern Colorado water project set for July 15
Alfalfa and Oilseed Field Day set for July 15 in Pecos
Canola producer meeting scheduled July 21 in Vernon
CAWG scholarship winners announced
Hoffmans finish up at Colby, Kan., celebrate holiday
Kansas man pleads guilty to farm equipment thefts
Missouri corn and soybean acreage above year earlier
Most parts of Nebraska have precip surpluses
Safety and avoiding accidents--easier said than done sometimes
Zeorian's prepare to move from Deerfield


Beef Stocker Unit provides timely beef research to producers
Cattle on feed numbers released
Five represent Missouri at Beef Leaders Institute
Grant says he's not retiring from National Western work
Interest in hair sheep on the rise in Southern Missouri
Kansas Cattlemen to host bus trip to USDA meeting
Neb. dairy industry shows year-to-year growth
Oklahoma Grain & Stocker meeting will be July 15
Pinkeye appearing in Arkansas cattle
Stika honored as Outstanding Young Alumnus at K-State
Veterinary Emergency Team helps animals affected by disasters
Youth trained on proper pig care


Are we losing out?
Looking ahead for American energy
Smartly, safely and fairly


Cargill, Meyer Natural Foods enter joint agreement
For the people
ICM signs contract with U.S. Department of Energy
In other agribusiness news....
Just a scoop full
Monsanto Beachell-Borlaug Program announces winners
Ohio truce with HSUS will reveal social truth about animal agriculture
Red Angus, Simmental share resources for joint EPDs


Ada livestock sales report
Alfalfa in mostly good condition
Arkansas livestock auction summary
Clovis livestock auction report
Cotton crop progressing well
Denison feeder cattle auction
Dodge City cattle sales report
Fieldwork progressed until the rain moved in
Grain market close
Hay selling steady in some areas, others limited
Hay trading moderately in Kansas
High Plains slaughter news
Joplin livestock auction report
McAlester livestock market report
Mostly dry week allows producers to get back into fields
Nebraska producers increased acres planted to soybeans
No rain with higher temps help wheat ripen
Pratt 3 p.m. cattle sales
Pratt livestock sales report
Relief at last
Small grains maturing ahead of average
Some producers could use a good, soaking rain
South Central direct sheep
Springfield livestock sales report
Summer temperatures arrive
Warm temperatures, rainfall across state
West Plains regional cattle sales
Wheat holds on to gains, but corn and soybeans close lower
Wyobraska cattle sales report


Prickly pear is in bloom


Ag officials: Don't spread emerald ash borer
Caring for lawns, trees in summer conditions
Children's Vegetable Garden Program is a growing success
Contemporary Gerritt has a couple unique features
Dull cutting blades stress lawn mower, turf
Farm Bureau will host cookout contest at Iowa State Fair
Flatid planthoppers are widespread in Okla.
Let the good berries roll into a pie shell
Meditation for 7-12-10
MU turf and ornamental field day set for July 13
Simple summer solutions
Summer fruits, vegetables are healthy and tasty
USDA announces four "People's Gardens" in Kansas

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