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Delmarva Farmer archives, 2010

• Legislators, Md. ag reps expect busy  ’11 session (Top Story, Dec. 21, 2010)

• Chorman, Blessings lauded at DFB banquet (Dec. 21, 2010)

• Report exposes conflicting data with Bay (Dec. 21, 2010)

• Great Frederick Fair honored in Las Vegas (Dec. 21, 2010)

• The Christmas Story (Editorial, Dec. 21, 2010)

• Agriculture secretaries bracing for act’s impact (Top Story, Dec. 14, 2010)

• Changes to MFB policy go through with ease (Dec. 14, 2010)

• Langenfelder muses on first year as president (Dec. 14, 2010)

• Cawley equipment auctioned, not land (Dec. 14, 2010)

• Perdue trying to attract NutriDense corn growers (Dec. 14, 2010)

• FSMA: One size does not fit all (Editorial, Dec. 14, 2010)

• Maslyn: Law makers will need ag education to write new Farm Bill (Top Story, Dec. 7, 2010)

• Virginia agricultural leaders meet to discuss growth opportunities (Dec. 7, 2010)

• Delaware Farm Bureau elects new set of officers (Dec. 7, 2010)

• Employment appears to be encouraging for ag grads (Dec. 7, 2010)

• Report: U.S. ag businesses growing more optimistic (Dec. 7, 2010)

• ‘Local’ is ripe for the asking (Editorial, Dec. 7, 2010)

• Holshouser examines economics of soybeans (Top Story, Nov. 30, 2010)

• Long-term control on stink bugs a while off (Nov. 30, 2010)

• Shaffer lauds farmers, questions regulations (Nov. 30, 2010)

• Clarification: Anne Arundel, Kent part of doe challenge (Nov. 30, 2010)

• Crop Management School gets an ‘A’ (Editorial, Nov. 30, 2010)

• Wind, Cabbagegate, a new milky way (Rural Ramblings, Nov. 30, 2010)

• Mid-Atlantic states eyeing poultry litter subsurfer (Top Story, Nov. 23, 2010)

• Apiarist: Honeybees might be benefical for large farms (Nov. 23, 2010)

• Agriculture groups updated about Pennsylvania’s Bay plan (Nov. 23, 2010)

• Virginia forest fires fueled by recent drought conditions (Nov. 23, 2010)

• Funny pages soiled by ‘Mutts’ (Editorial, Nov. 23, 2010)

• Gold is in the news ... again (The Publisher’s Notebook, Nov. 23, 2010)

• Sheaffer rolls dice with double-crop corn (Top Story, Nov. 16, 2010)

• AGR hosts panel on Bay health discussion (Nov. 16, 2010)

• MAEF speaker: Youths need to connect food with agriculture (Nov. 16, 2010)

• Aquaculture conference sets plan for progress (Nov. 16, 2010)

• Atrazine remains a survivor (Editorial, Nov. 16, 2010)

• FSA program helps fund on-farm storage bins (Top Story, Nov. 9, 2010)

• Agro-ecology center marks 10th year in Queenstown (Nov. 9, 2010)

• Grantham’s farm home to 1,660 new trees (Nov. 9, 2010)

• Doe contest aims to lower crop damage, feed needy (Nov. 9, 2010)

• Ross set to be honored on Nov. 19 in Greenbelt, Md. (Nov. 9, 2010)

• Ag investment = Defense spending (Editorial, Nov. 9, 2010)

• Lawsons offer sanctuary for rescued horses (Top Story, Nov. 2, 2010)

• Hance claims TMDL rules ‘here to stay’ for ag in Md. (Nov. 2, 2010)

• Biosolids’ effect on poplars being studied (Nov. 2, 2010)

• Md. Grange commended for 136 years by Mikulski (Nov. 2, 2010)

• Harding is Va. Farmer of Year (Nov. 2, 2010)

• UD, state set to host Bay forum on Nov. 10 (Nov. 2, 2010)

• O’Malley, Ehrlich were no-shows (Editorial, Nov. 2, 2010)

• Who will feed the fish? (Editorial, Nov. 2, 2010)

• These are the times ... (Publisher’s Notebook, Nov. 2, 2010)

• FDA rules clash with farmer employees (Top Story, Oct. 26, 2010)

• Pumpkins more than a business for Roops, (Oct. 26, 2010)

• Delaware Century farm program lauds generations (Oct. 26, 2010)

• New rules now permit applying manure to beans (Oct. 26, 2010)

• CBF urging legislators to adopt ‘actions’ to aid Bay (Oct. 26, 2010)

• Virginia’s western waters suddenly facing more EPA regulation (Oct. 26, 2010)

• Tractor calendar features barn tribute to 9/11 victims (Oct. 26, 2010)

• Time for ag to fill in the blanks (Editorial, Oct. 26, 2010)

• Researchers: Virus, fungus combination at core of CCD (Top Story, Oct. 19, 2010)

• New Castle FB honors Willoughby family, (Oct. 19, 2010)

• Frey honored as Maryland Shepherd of the Year (Oct. 19, 2010)

• Va. officials encouraged by pumpkin crop for ’10 (Oct. 19, 2010)

• EPA: Bay states will struggle with TMDL (Oct. 19, 2010)

• Perdue in LEED at being green (Editorial, Oct. 19, 2010)

• Ag Legends gather for sixth annual time (Top Story, Oct. 12, 2010)

• Chorman honored at Sussex FB banquet (Oct. 12, 2010)

• Hoff’s legacy complete, barn officially open (Oct. 12, 2010)

• Va. Cooperative Extension outlines restructuring plan (Oct. 12, 2010)

• MFB-MDA clash is unfortunate (Editorial, Oct. 12, 2010)

• D.C. urban wheat field raises awareness (Top Story, Oct. 5, 2010)

• Invasive stink bugs spreading across Md. (Oct. 5, 2010)

• Nutrient management battle subsides (Oct. 5, 2010)

• Blessings tapped as KCFB farm family of year (Oct. 5, 2010)

• Great Frederick Fair features CSI demonstration (Oct. 5, 2010)

• Decision gets postponed on PATH vote from board (Oct. 5, 2010)

• What’s the future of Extension? (Editorial, Oct. 5, 2010)

• Vilsack visits Maryland’s Eastern Shore (Top Story, Sept. 28, 2010)

• Virginia FB leading opposition to proposed Bay legislation (Sept. 28, 2010)

• Assessment states why FASTC site dismissed (Sept. 28, 2010)

• VALOR program reaches out to young Virginia farm community (Sept. 28, 2010)

• Study: Buying nitrogen by pound a better bargain than per acre (Sept. 28, 2010)

• Perdue turning raw litter into fertilizer pellets (Sept. 28, 2010)

• ‘Uh, where does food come from?’ (Editorial, Sept. 28, 2010)

• Faulring weighing options with PATH (Top Story, Sept. 21, 2010)

• MFB granted injunction to delay release of statistics (Sept. 21, 2010)

• Asian stink bug eating way through Md. orchards, corn (Sept. 21, 2010)

• New soil testing lab now open for business in Del. (Sept. 21, 2010)

• Rumors of lawsuits from Waterkeeper discounted (Sept. 21, 2010)

• Second benefit for Hudsons scheduled for November (Sept. 21, 2010)

• Gansler still running afowl of ag (Editorial, Sept. 21, 2010)

• Speaker says going organic may be easier than it seems (Sept. 14, 2010)

• Farmers give lessons on tradition, progress (Sept. 14, 2010)

• 1000 Friends slate Farm Fest for Oct. 2 (Sept. 14, 2010)

• Soybean checkoff board seeks ‘new ideas’ (Sept. 14, 2010)

• LEAD Maryland looks to fill positions for seventh class (Sept. 14, 2010)

• O’Malley highlights ag, volunteerism at state fair (Sept. 14, 2010)

• States offer draft plans for Bay (Editorial, Sept. 14, 2010)

• Fisherman’s Inn train: ‘No Farms, No Food’ (Sept. 7, 2010)

• USDA, EPA grant $5.5 million for CRA plans (Sept. 7, 2010)

• Md. State Fair honors Stewart for decades of teaching safety (Sept. 7, 2010)

• Jackson wins title of Miss Maryland Ag at state fair (Sept. 7, 2010)

• Md. farmers not allowed to use manure for soybeans (Sept. 7, 2010)

• Will optimism hold up, though? (Editorial, Sept. 7, 2010)

• O’Malley: Poultry defendants deserve pro bono aid (Aug. 31, 2010)

• DeCoster fined for violations in Kent County (Aug. 31, 2010)

• Culling beef cows discussed at New River Ag Field Day (Aug. 31, 2010)

• Participation in cover crop program hits all-time high (Aug. 31, 2010)

• Pro bono not a one-way street (Editorial, Aug. 31, 2010)

• AFT always welcome on Shore (Editorial, Aug. 31, 2010)

• Kratovil discusses ag’s future at Sump farm (Top Story, Aug. 24, 2010)

• Davis honored for 30 years of service to Md. Soybean Board (Aug. 24, 2010)

• Dry weather cutting into corn yields on Mid-Atlantic (Aug. 24, 2010)

• Penn State vet urges ‘judicious’ use of animal antibiotics (Aug. 24, 2010)

• Corn growers have indeed kept up (Editorial, Aug. 24, 2010)

• Drought, heat throwing challenge at dairy industry (Top Story, Aug. 17, 2010)

• Local watermelons ‘original summertime treat’ (Aug. 17, 2010)

• Surviving on mind for dried-out Virginia agriculture (Aug. 17, 2010)

• Maryland 4-Hers will need to pay $10 club fee next year (Aug. 17, 2010)

• Vote, vote often for your favorite (Editorial, Aug. 17, 2010)

• REAP tour swings through Mid-Atlantic (Top Story, Aug. 10, 2010)

• D.C. group gets glimpse of Delmarva’s vegetable industry (Aug. 10, 2010)

• Perdue responds to petition (Aug. 10, 2010)

• Thompson named first Red & White queen (Aug. 10, 2010)

• New awards added to NRV Fair beef show (Aug. 10, 2010)

• Just shake hands (Editorial, Aug. 10, 2010)

• Livestock Extravaganza draws 82 participants (Top Story, Aug. 3, 2010)

• Extension aiming for long future in Virginia (Aug. 3, 2010)

• Place, UME exploring restructuring plan (Aug. 3, 2010)

• Despite his retirement, Hall vows he’ll work (Aug. 3, 2010)

• Following through on the promise (Editorial, Aug. 3, 2010)

• Tregoning goes from emcee to MVP (Top Story, July 27, 2010)

• Kent County responds to DBED invite for FASTC (July 27, 2010)

• Maryland poultry growers get advice for inspections (July 27, 2010)

• Dismissal motion denied in runoff suit, but Coastkeeper, Phillips stopped as plaintiffs (July 27, 2010)

• Wagon ride a thing of the past for Wye tour? (July 27, 2010)

• EPA kicking up dust again (Editorial, July 27, 2010)

• USDA deputy secretary visits Shore (Top Story July 20, 2010)

• Vineyard industry on rise in Maryland (July 20, 2010)

• Rohrer set to go forward with AgroLab Inc. (July 20, 2010)

• O’Malley promises support to Maryland farmers against activists’ attacks (July 20, 2010)

• It’s always chicken grower season (Editorial July 20, 2010)

• Rhodes, television crew chronicle farming in Queen Anne’s County (Top Story July 13, 2010)

• Weather has crops on verge of ruin (July 13, 2010)

• USDA offering information for mobile slaughter units (July 13, 2010)

• Bees’ vanishing act still a mystery (Editorial-July 13, 2010)

• Ruthsburg’s cause was this newspaper’s mission (Rural Ramblings-July 13, 2010)

• Rhodes, television crew chronicle farming in Queen Anne’s County (Top Story-July 6, 2010)

• Weather has crops on verge of ruin (July 6, 2010)

• USDA offering information for mobile slaughter units (July 6, 2010)

• Bees’ vanishing act still a mystery (Editorial-July 6, 2010)