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September 18, 2021

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Destiny BaileyJacobs, 12, and her brother, Bryson BaileyJacobs, 6, excelled at the 4-H competition at the Seneca County Fair in Waterloo, New York, taking home a variety of ribbons for their rabbits. Read more

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Soil health begins with understanding the soil biota, according to Janice Thies, associate professor of soil biology at Cornell University. She presented about the importance of critters that live in soil at the recent Empire Farm Days. Read more

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Special sections editor Courtney Love reflects on the history of beer gardens and why they’re now a common feature of Berks County fairs. Read more

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Emily Vattimo of York, N.Y., become interested in birds seven years ago. Now, the 13-year-old owns 28 birds and has become experienced in bird exhibiting at a variety of shows. Read more

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Dean of Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences Rick Roush and state Secretary of Agriculture Russell Redding tackled a host of topics shaping the agriculture landscape in Pennsylvania, including climate change, labor shortages and African swine fever.  Read more

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