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Department Of Agriculture
Latest Department Of Agriculture Items
A school spending plan awaiting a vote by the House budget committee would go along with the governor's recommendation for a sizable increase in the state's main funding formula for public kindergarten-through-12th grade classrooms across Kentucky.
Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer's agency would be assigned new oversight duties that include diabetes education and energy efficiency as part of a proposed House budget outlined Monday.
An Arizona House of Representatives bill that had angered both animal-rights activists and law enforcement has been gutted of its most controversial provisions and approved. But some think it still goes too far.
The new Pride of Dakota Member Directory features products and services from more than 500 North Dakota companies.
The West Virginia Senate has approved measures to promote and regulate deer farming.
All of Arizona's 15 counties are now designated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as natural disaster areas for drought, making farmers and ranchers eligible for federal low-interest emergency loans.
North Dakota's winter wheat crop appears to be in good shape as spring nears.
The condition of South Dakotas' winter wheat crop and livestock herds hasn't changed much over the month.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to review incidents involving animal research at University of Michigan, including the accidental strangulation of a baboon, officials said.