In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper December 15, 2003

Food and Farms Summit draws hundreds - By JOE COLANERO - Perhaps keynote speaker Delaware Governor Ruth Ann....
Downzowning, good or bad? - By SHARON KINSEY - When the resolution on municipal downzoning was.....
NJVGA discusses up-coming events - By KILEY SLAGLE - The New Jersey Vegetable Growers As
Bear hunt takes out six nuisance animals - United States District Court Judge Reggie B. Walton lifted the federal court order
10,000 acres of Warren County farmland now preserved - By JANE PRIMERANO - A brisk December wind chilled the fields of....Danaray farm features the ‘goat’s milk soap’.......
Danaray farm features the ‘goat’s milk soap’ - By JANE PRIMERANO - Sprawling on a hillside on the Frankfort/Wantage border......
Sciarappa pushes the soybean envelope - By JOE COLANERO with FREYA DINSHAH - Would farmers be interested in growing more acreage of
Stoney Croft farm is in the cheese-making business - It’s getting to be a rare animal sighting, but

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper December 1, 2003

Work continues on all fronts at NJFB Convention
- By SHARON KINSEY - The purpose of the New Jersey Farm Bureau was......
Nieuwenhuis’ NJFB Convention speech focuses on the positives - Good morning. I would like to welcome all of the delegates, alternates, officers,......
85th. American Farm Bureau convention Hawaiian style - Retired General Tommy Franks is keynote speaker in Honolulu.......
New Jersey Ag Musuem offers a number of winter activities -
School is closed, the kids are home, and......
State board of agriculture close to approving Smart Growth Plan - At it’s monthly meeting last week...
AFBF pleased with senate passage of Country-of-origin labeling - The prospect of America’s consumers being given -
Politics get in the way of energy bill - By CAROL KINSLEY - Earlier this year, the Senate passed the.....
Local leaders honored for service to agriculture - Franklin Township Mayor David Ferrucci and East Greenwich agribusiness woman......
Sussex County 4-H Foundation awards scholarships - The Sussex County 4-H Foundation has awarded scholarships for higher education to
In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper Novemebr 15, 2003

Markeveys trims his business to a success - By SHARON KINSEY - Joel Markeveys of Doylestown, Pa., performs “pedicures” on cows. That’s what he could be
Farmland preservation right on course - Nearly 65 percent of voters at the polls on
Ag votes are heard in mid-term elections - Voters broke with a decades-old tradition related to
Garden State Preservation Trust signs off on latest Green Acres, farmland preservation packages - New funding proposals reflect Governor’s Open Space priorities
Jersey garlic farmers showcase variety - By JANE PRIMERANO - If there are any vampires in Sussex County, they
Sod farm designated site for fairgrounds - 640 acres is Burlington County’s largest open space acquisition
Andover’s Jessie Freeborn selected state dairy princess - On Oct. 11 at the Somerset County 4-H Center in
In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper Novemebr 1, 2003

Search for Cook dean continues - By SHARON KINSEY - With the summer departure of Dr. Adesoji Adelaja as
Preserving farmland: a tale of two farms - By JOE COLANERO - "We recently invited schoolchildren out to our
'All we want to do is save our farm’
Camden County farmer describes her plight - By SHARON KINSEY and CAROL KINSLEY
Senior farmers’ market: an urban success story - By JERI BEAUMONT
Coordinator, Union County
Senior Meals Program
DR. KAREN ENSELE
Department Head, Cooperative Extension of Union County
Cape May Lima Bean Festival: The mayor is crowned king - By KILEY SLAGLE - Lima bean bisque, pie, cake, chilly, stew and
Alba Vineyards offers Pick-Your Own Grapes - By JANE PRIMERANO - Signs for pick-your-own strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, apples and pumpkins dot
Pesticide container recycling efforts continue - By SHARON KINSEY - New Jersey farmers could demonstrate their
Famed wildlife photographer ‘Rue’ living right in your backyard - By SHARON KINSEY - He is one of the most well known wildlife photographers in
In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper October 15, 2003

Innovation runs Mackey’s White Township farm - By JANE PRIMERANO - All family farmers know they have to innovate to.........
Support your local farmer, buy direct - By JANE PRIMERANO - Afraid she was preaching to the choir, Sr. Miriam Therese MacGillis nevertheless.....
Open space - up to the voters - New Jersey Farm Bureau President Rich Nieuwenhuis joined Gov. Jim McGreevey for........
USDA grants for risk management programs will aid N.J. farmers - Among the awards totalling $24.7 million in risk management partnership agreements announced
One million dollar grant awarded to Rutgers - Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman recently announced $10 million in grants to.......
Seven llamas just right for Heaven’s Gate Farm - By JANE PRIMERANO - Lounging on the deck, in need of nothing but maybe a gas

Leadership class making huge strides in New Jersey

By SHARON KINSEY

What began with a single idea and a small group

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper October 1, 2003

Jessica Delaney nets $1,000 prize from JELL-O- A Princeton, N.J., sixth-grader concocted her own recipe for success and was selected as...
Lettuce company settles lawsuit - Seminis Vegetable Seeds Inc., the world’s largest developer and producer of...
NJFB files brief over down-zones farmland - New Jersey Farm Bureau filed its brief with...
Jersey dodges Isabel - By SHARON KINSEY - When it comes to Hurricane Isabel, New Jersey farmers may
High quality organic products on the way - The New Jersey Department of Agriculture will establish a state organic certification program that will...
NJ’s corn production up four percent from August - Note: Yield forecasts in this report are based on conditions around Sept. 1 and do not reflect changes in conditions since that time...
AgJOBS introduced in the House and Senate - Editor’s Note: The following is a statement by Bob Stallman, President, American Farm Bureau Federation, regarding the introduction of H-2a Reform Bill.
3-A-Day of Dairy is a-maze-ing! - The 3-A-Day of Dairy campaign takes on a new twist on...
How big is your pumpkin? - South Jersey Show set for Oct. 18 and 19...
NJDA accepting nominations for Young Farmer of the Year for 2005 - The New Jersey Department of Agriculture is...
Harry Schnieber honored by the New Jersey FFA foundation - By SHARON KINSEY - The newspaper headline read “42 years is enough, says...
Celebrate fall at the New Jersey Ag Musuem -Come celebrate the turning of the seasons with...

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper September 15, 2003

4-H Seeing Eye Puppy Project quite a success - Just effort of Morristown, Penn State began in 1942.........
$4.5 mil given to Burlington county in state grants - County to Seek Farmland Easements in 7 Towns..........
NJ Farm Bureau president reflects on 1st 10 months - By SHARON KINSEY - The view out his backdoor – the rolling hills of Warren County – are nothing short of.........
Recycling program underway in New Jersey - Free recycling of empty plastic pesticide containers and nursery pots will be available at.........
Open space on Nov. 4 ballot - The statewide electorate will see at least three
Is the Food Industry ready for the Bioterrorism Act of 2002? - Responding to the events of Sept. 11, 2001, Congress passed the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and.........
Peach tasters packed in to sample newest varieties - By JOE COLANERO - Fruit growers and invited tasters from the public compared peaches to rate the.....
N.J. producers support COOL -
By EDMUND M. TAVERNIER
Rutgers University - New Jersey agricultural producers overwhelmingly support the country of........
Top ag officials from Tri-State area endorse Small Farm Expo Sept. 20-21- The leaders of the state agriculture departments from New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania have endorsed the Third Annual Northeast Small Farm and
In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper September 1, 2003

2005 target date for enthanol project - By KILEY SLAGLE - In theory, the Garden State Ethanol project should be........
LoBiondo and Goodlatte tour South Jersey farms - Congressman Frank LoBiondo, R, 2nd District, and Rep. Bob Goodlatte, a Virginia Republican and chairman of...........
First case of EEE bites Atlantic County - The illness of an 8-year-old Thoroughbred in........
Vegetable field day at Bridgeton research draws taste-testers - By JOE COLANERO - You could almost hear the..........
New Jersey enjoying a peach glut - With New Jersey enjoying a glut in its peach supply, the state’s Secretary of...........
NJDA awarded federal grant money for ethnic markets - The New Jersey Department of Agriculture has........
Fruit variety showcase in Gloucester County feature many tastes - A display of more than 100 fruit varieties, mostly peaches and nectarines but also pears and apples, will be.........
Michael Brooks has shot at Star Farmer of America - By SHARON KINSEY - The year was 1930 when the last New Jersey FFA member was named the Star Farmer of America. Now, more than 70 years ..........
Veneman announces addition of environmentally sensitive land to Conservation Reserve Program  - Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman has announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture will........

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper August 15, 2003

There’s a lot going on at Snyder Research Farm - By KILEY SLAGLE - Several farms in Northern New Jersey rolled out the.........
Keith Cooper named acting dean of Cook College - Dr. Keith R. Cooper has been appointed acting dean of.............
Ethanol plant ‘forging ahead’ in the Garden State - The Garden State Ethanol project............
West Nile strikes Gloucester - The illness of a 10yearold gelding in.........
Tomato lovers, tune up your taste buds for Aug. 27 - The 13th Annual ‘Great Tomato Tasting’ Event will be.......
North American strawberry group tours N.J., Pa. - Area has more growers than any other state except California.........
Recycle your pesticide containers and nursery pots - The New Jersey Department of Agriculture will.........
The great 4H alumni search is on - The Great 4H Alumni Search is on! From High Point to..........
In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper August 1, 2003

Herbert, Baitinger sworn in to State Board -Stephen Dey II elected president - A Thoroughbred breeder from Mercer County and a vegetable grower from.........
New Jersey number one in Farmland Preservation - The Farmland Preservation Program this week.........
Corn acreage could tie record low crop year - Acreage devoted to corn..........
Public television star to visit Princeton’s Terhune Orchards - Burt Wolf, syndicated television host and author..........
Farmers: Be prepared for long-term higher natural gas prices - Just like the realization that Americans may.........
Kluchinski named to new Extension post - Dan Kluchinski has been appointed chair of the ........

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper July 15, 2003

Soji’s leaving - Ag dean takes Michigan post..........
Tranquility Farms big draw at Dairy Open House - By JANE PRIMERANO - They were expecting a...........
Biosolids hearing set on July 28th - On July 28 at 3 p.m. at the New Jersey Department of..........
U.S. food prices fall in 2nd quarter - U.S. consumers paid 2 cents less for their groceries in...........
Bear hunt gets a green light - The New Jersey Fish and Game Council voted..........
NJDA: More than 450 Jersey City trees to be replaced - More than 450 trees removed due to an Asian longhorned beetle infestation in Jersey City are........
FFA Foundation fund honors Harry Schnieber - By JANE PRIMERANO - Harry Schnieber was a .........
Cook professor gives plant a Harry Potter-inspired name - Harry Potter’s influence pervades even the science of............

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper July 1, 2003

SADC may drop ban on biosolids -  The State Agricultural Development Committee is proposing lifting a........
DEP will conduct random water use checks this summer - The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Bureau of Water Allocation met last....
Jersey Fresh adds nursery crops - By MARK POWELL - Do consumers care about local product? Do consumers.........
Cornell aims to track West Nile Virus through climate - In combating West Nile virus, information could be.........
Northeast organic conference set - The annual summer conference of the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA), long..........
New apricot variety, Apache, ripens earlier - The sweet, delicate flavor and enticing aroma of freshly picked apricots make this fruit a...........
Pa. to announce nursery container standards - Representatives of the Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association met.........
The year, 1929. The mission, bring soybeans to U.S. - It was the adventure of a lifetime. From 1929 through 1931, pioneering..........
Kyles see dream come true with farm purchase - 77 acres sold by farmland preservation program............

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper June 15, 2003

It’s wet! - Hay cutting behind - By MARK POWELL - Here’s how the June 6 Ag Statistics Service report describes that week’s weather: “Days suitable for field work............
Humane treatment regs topic of Cook hearing -
A public hearing on the state’s proposed humane treatment standards for............
So, you want to manage a vineyard ... - By JOE COLANERO - A bunch of experts traveled to the Cape May twilight meeting on June 4 to share their........
Buzz Tomasino, former Sussex 4-H agent, is far from retired - By JANE PRIMERANO - Innovations are coming to the Sussex County Farm and Horse.........
Formisanos providing produce for Borgata casino - In Buena - The 11 dining destinations housed at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City
Farmland a plus for real-estate values; landfills, large livestock operations negative...........
Gold Farms’ basket battles Jersey image - Swamp. Toxic wasteland. The only state with a...........

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper June 1, 2003

Ethanol project waiting on SEC okay - By MARK POWELL - Garden State Ethanol’s board of directors met with...
Beef, dairy sectors work to get ahead of BSE scare - By MARK POWELL - USDA and beef industry officials have been...
SADC makes offers on 82 farms - The State Agricultural Development Committee released its final rankings of...........
Canadian BSE case does not threaten U.S., experts say - Ohio State University veterinarians and food-animal health experts said the........
CRP deadline extended to June 13th - Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman has announced that sign-up............
Dairy farm showcased for Warren, Sussex public - By JANE PRIMERANO - In Warren and Sussex counties dairy farms are almost, but not quite, a novelty, and...........
Mays Landing youths compete in horse vaulting event in Virginia - Seven members of the Shooting Stars 4-H Vaulting Team of Mays Landing competed at.............

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper May 15, 2003

Rules proposed for treating farm livestock humanely in N.J. - By CAROL KINSLEY - Nearly eight years in the making, New Jersey’s proposed new rules for humane treatment of domestic livestock were..........
U.S. goes to court over GMOs -
Legal consultation offered to food entrepreneurs - Through Rutgers’ Bridgeton center - ..........
Morris County leader champion of preservation - By JANE PRIMERANO - When the conversation turns to farmland preservation in
Cook College team places 3rd in animal science quiz - ..........
Tiny wasp key in protecting apple trees - When John Chapman (a.k.a. Johnny Appleseed) was planting apple trees in .........

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper May 1, 2003

Earth Day:10,000 acres preserved - Agriculture Secretary Charles M. Kuperus last week announced that a total of 10,000 acres of farmland have been preserved to..........
Ag Society honors farm family, teacher, New Jersey Farmer publisher - Gathered at the Forsgate Country Club in Middlesex County, April 11, the New Jersey Agricultural Society honored.........
FB: Bill will give tax relief to U.S. farmers - The American Farm Bureau Federation applauded the Senate for its passage of legislation that...........
Veneman plugs benefits to ag from Bush tax cut - Farm families would reap significant tax savings under........
USDA promotes conservation programs on Earth Day - Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman last week announced several conservation programs to.........
New Romaine lettuce varieties resist dieback disease - It’s the crisp, crunchy romaine lettuce that makes a.........
Alfalfa crop’s looking good - If you’re one of many still reeling from the long, snowy winter, take solace in.........
Improving cow fertility focus of USDA work - According to Tom Geary, a reproductive physiologist at USDA’s Fort Keogh Livestock and............
Agway outlines next steps in Chapter 11 process - Agway Inc. announced April 21 that the company will immediately begin exploring the ............

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper April 15, 2003

New Jersey losing soybean director - By MARK POWELL - New Jersey soybean producers appear likely to lose their state representation........
McGreevey takes ‘Listening Tour’ to Elmer farm - Gov. James E. McGreevey last week continued his..........
This could be a tough planting season - The 2003 planting season is going to be tough for farmers.........
Cook Ag Field Day is April 26th - The 85th Annual Ag Field Day celebration will be..........
USDA readies crop disaster program information - Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman announced on ...........
Hello, Dolly ... Pt. 3 - Dolly, the world’s first cloned sheep has........
Comments sought on DEP BIG Map until April 25th - The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is.........
Northeast farmers get sustainable agriculture grants - Fifty-two farmers in the Northeast were recently.........
Some like it hot! Others like it spicy! - Some like it redder. Some like it thicker. A study conducted by...........
Yearling sale slated at Cook, April 27th - Each August, a small group of Cook College students and.........
Bibus elected vice president of regional soybean association - Dave Bibus of Wrightstown was re-elected vice president of...........
Orchids, believe it or not, live almost forever - By MARK POWELL - “I have an off-the-wall question for you,” I ask.............

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper April 1, 2003

War - Terrorism potential threat to agriculture - Action in Iraq prompts USDA to urge farmers to be vigilant - - While the U.S.-led war with Iraq commenced, at home, agricultural agencies in New Jersey and the nation were.........
Pizza: It is more than you think -
Well, pizza doesn’t grow on a farm, but its .......
N.Y. State wants you! - By MARK POWELL - With promises of relatively inexpensive farmland and governmental support, farmers are.........
Experiment station faces major cuts - The New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station is faced with cutting 4 percent from its current budget and then another..........
Exports key, young farmers say in survey - For the fifth straight year in an annual survey of young U.S. farmers, they say the biggest challenge facing them is overall profit.........
Geranium disease worries greenhouse growers - Ralstonia could also affect tomatoes, peppers By CAROL KINSLEY - Federal and state officials are on high alert for evidence of Ralstonia solanacearum race..........
Expert: Milk prices may be better this year - While farmers will need to continue to tighten their belts in 2003, they should see.........
Justice Dept. investigates glyphosate marke - Monsanto Co. announced last month the Justice Department was......
Twin-row corn getting a fresh look - Twin-row corn production — a system of planting in narrower rows — is not.......
Remembering a family history in So. Jersey - By CAROL KINSLEY - Now a Philadelphia-based stockbroker, Anthony DiMeo III is one of.........
Pasture management short course set - The maintenance of high quality pastures can........

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper March 15, 2003

Bear hunt okayed - Farmer: Hunters should go after the females - By MARK POWELL - Bradley M. Campbell knows that black bears in North Jersey have done their.........
63,031 deer killed - According to information released March 7 by the New Jersey Department of Environmental.........
FB says food prices up - Consumers paid higher prices at the grocery store in the first quarter of 2003, according to the American......
Ag leadership program goes to Costa Rica - By AIMEE ASHLEY - During the early part of February, 21 members of Class 4 of the New Jersey Agricultural Leadership Development ..........
McGreevey moves to protect Lake Tappan, Woodcliff Lake - Gov. James McGreevey proposed additional Bergen County water bodies for the highest .........
NJNLA pushes for water regs they can live with - By JOE COLANERO - Watching their parched lawns and heeding dire drought restrictions last year, homeowner..........
Immigration key to address labor concerns - On Feb. 27, Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan testified before the.....
‘If Plants Could Talk’ starts April 5........
Extension hosts pasture course - Planned in Phillipsburg.......
Ocean Spray rejects offer to buy brand - Ocean Spray Cranberries, a grower-owned cooperative with 900 members, .........
NJALDP accepting applicants to March 30 - The New Jersey Agricultural Society is accepting applications for ......

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper March 1, 2003
Insurance cost-share increased - The USDA is going to extra measures to encourage farmers in “underserved areas” to ........
Gov. McGreevey celebrates preservation of Mercer farm Gov. James E. McGreevey, Feb. 19, announced the permanent preservation of nearly 245 acres of .......
Federal disaster package promises $3.1 billion - Farmers would have to show a 35% crop loss in 2001, ’02 - U.S. farmers will have to show a 35 percent crop.......
DuPont introduces system for irrigating with brackish water - DuPont introduced an Apexa hydration system last month aimed at making.......
Now’s the time to look at water management - By JIM JOHNSON Rutgers Extension Ag Agent Cumberland County, N.J. - I realize that we, in the Mid-Atlantic area, have........
State Angus breeders elect officers - Angus breeders from across the state convened their first.......
Beef industry group elects leaders - Members attending the New Jersey Beef Industry Council Annual Meeting earlier this winter heard an informative presentation by......
Marketing strategy depends on how well you handle risk - By CAROL KINSLEY - The playing field has been changed in the grain markets, said Jacquelyn Voeks, senior market.......
FFAer tells how the blue jacket helped him - EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a speech given by New Jersey’s FFA President Brian Dalbow at the State Ag Convention in January in Atlantic City. - Look at my face. Do you notice anything funny about it? Well, if you thought my ears.......
Demarest receives fruit grower award - The 2003 Outstanding Fruit Grower Award was presented to Peter Demarest at the.........
Monsanto gets okay for biotech corn to fight rootworm - Monsanto Co. announced last week it had received final regulatory approval for a ........
Many more stories in the print edition!

In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper February 15, 2003
NJDA cut by 6.5 % - Affected .... • Wine promotion • Jersey Fresh • Ag museum - By MARK POWELL - The New Jersey Department of Agriculture is sharing the pain of Gov. James..........
Bill would allow DRBA involvement in ethanol plant - The state General Assembly passed legislation earlier this week enabling the........
Five honored for service to ag - Citations given by State Board of Agriculture - Five New Jersey agricultural leaders were honored with Distinguished Service to ......
Santinis dominate N.J. winners in corn contest - By CAROL KINSLEY - Four hundred forty-two bushels and then some — that was the......
Group seeks to save historic farm buildings - By JANE PRIMERANO - Officials of Readington Township, Hunterdon County, considered it a positive event that......
Atlantic County’s Ploch honored as ‘Outstanding Young Farmer’ - Ryan J. Ploch of Atlantic County was honored with the State Board of Agriculture’s ......
Selling live chickens to West Indians in N.Y.C. - By CARYL VELISEK - Permanand Raghoo has a meat market, R D’s Live Poultry Market, in a.......
American Vanguard acquires Evital cranberry herbicide from Syngenta
Hay seminar and tour set March 5-6
In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper February 1, 2003
Farm leaders: No down zoning - On Smart Growth - By MARK POWELL - Camden County Board of Agriculture delegate John Rigolizzo Jr. put voice to the thoughts of ......
Mount, Borisuk, Bylone picked - SADC nominations - Gov. James E. McGreevey nominated three individuals last month for the State Agriculture Development Committee, which......
USDA: Fungi increase bell pepper yields in studies - Beneficial fungi that live on plant roots increased green bell pepper yields by as .......
Consumers worry about water quality, food safety - Philip Morris study - Farmers and ranchers are becoming more aware of what consumers expect from their food.....
Kuperus announces grants to dairy farmers - Agriculture Secretary Charles M. Kuperus announced last week that the New Jersey Department of Agriculture has awarded a .....
NJDA drafts its Smart Growth Plan for ag - EDITOR’S NOTE: The New Jersey Department of Agriculture presented the following explanation of its Smart Growth Plan to delegates at the Ag Convention Jan. 28 in Atlantic City........
Corporate social responsibility affecting ag - “Corporate social responsibility” may sound like merely the latest in a series of shallow, trendy phrases - but it’s.....
Longhorned beetle targeted in Jersey City - Tree removal at the site of the Asian longhorned beetle infestation in Jersey City was....
USDA names faith-based initiative director - Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman Jan. 29 announced the appointment of Juliet McCarthy......
Bush proposes increasing conservation funds - Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman on Jan. 30 announced that President Bush will propose a record $3.9 billion, an .......
Agway announces leadership change - Donald P. Cardarelli will resign as president, chief executive officer and a director of .......
NJDA issues economic development plans - The New Jersey Department of Agriculture Jan. 28 proposed a series of economic development strategies designed to provide more opportunity for farmer.......
In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper January 15, 2003
Smart Growth topic at Ag Convention -
New Jersey’s Smart Growth initiative will be a.......
Over 10,000 deer taken during ’02 - According to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s Division of ........
Sustainable ag topic for NOFA-NJ event - “Holistic farm management,” transitioning to .......
Cook, NJDA ink deal to exchange expertise - New Jersey Department of Agriculture Secretary Charles.....
Scientists develop a ‘smart’ form of phosphorus - A new “smart” phosphorus fertilizer developed by Penn State horticultural ..........
Pa. Farm Show has twice the space in ’02 - Pennsylvania Gov. Mark Schweiker last month cut the ribbon to formal......
Culprit in losses of American elms found - When 1,000 mature American elms mysteriously died in......
220 new pork products unveiled - Another 220 new pork retail products became available from ........
Pastured poultry offer small farm profits - By ADAM MATTHEWS - Cornell University - Pastured poultry is a production system that employs raising birds directly on......
In New Jersey Farmer Newspaper January 1, 2003 -
Bonds to pay for open space - The Garden State Preservation Trust approved a $500 million bond issue,........
At LaRosa Greenhouses, they’re anticipating spring - By RON LEHEW - LaRosa Greenhouses sits almost regally atop a lovely piece of land in........
Feds issue manure rules - By CAROL KINSLEY - On Dec. 16, the federal government unveiled its long-awaited final rule requiring all........
USDA fund transfer worries NJDA - By RICKY BOURGEOIS - The USDA cites urgent need for drought relief to livestock producers as the reason.......
Wal-Mart buyers coming to Del. veggie event - By CAROL KINSLEY - Dennis Randolph, Wal-Mart’s regional buying teamleader for the Northeast territory, will.........
Wells Fargo buying Telmark - Wells Fargo Financial Leasing Inc., Telmark LLC and Agway Inc. signed an agreement Dec. 23 in which........
Cherry Hill’s McNaughton honored by NJN LA - William McNaughton of McNaughton’s Nurseries in Cherry Hill, N.J., was........
Greenhouses could produce medicinal plants - By SHARON MORGAN - The controlled environment of a greenhouse soon could produce a crucial source of protection.......