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Magazine articles on agriculture, livestock, and genetically engineered foods.
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Science News
April 24, 2004
Janet Raloff
Chicken Farming, Ammonia, and Coastal Threats How ammonia waste from chicken farms in the Delmarva region are impacting the Chesapeake Bay's ecology. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
May 2004
April Y. Pennington
Go With the Low Hear everyone talking about the low-carb revolution, but think it's too late to get in the game? Don't worry--there's still plenty of opportunity to profit from America's newest obsession. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
Insurance & Technology
April 2, 2004
Julie Gallagher
IIABA Resists Crop Offering Association opposes online crop insurance sales as too complex. mark for My Articles 87 similar articles
April 2004
Brian Doherty
Patent Sense Patents are running out on some genetically modified crop seeds. mark for My Articles 407 similar articles
The Motley Fool
April 2, 2004
Mark Mahorney
Atkins Boosts Chicken Business The poultry industry is feeling the squeeze on both ends, but the diet provides relief. mark for My Articles 127 similar articles
The Motley Fool
April 2, 2004
Brian Gorman
Bayer's Food Fight Bayer's recent U.K. troubles reflect Europe's continued distaste for genetically modified foods. mark for My Articles 187 similar articles
The Motley Fool
March 31, 2004
W.D. Crotty
Monsanto in the Balance Genetically modified crops are a boon for the company. mark for My Articles 381 similar articles
March 2004
Jess McCuan
Mad Cow Doesn't Scare This Rancher A top rancher's mad cow moment. A discussion on the disease's effects on the beef industry and what should be done. mark for My Articles 101 similar articles
Science News
March 6, 2004
Alexandra Goho
Fishy Alpha Males Lab experiments suggest that fish genetically modified to grow big fast could outcompete and thus threaten native fish in the wild. mark for My Articles 234 similar articles
National Gardening Sweet Cherries Get Easy Fresh sweet cherries have long been out of reach for most gardeners because the trees grow so big. The solution is to buy sweet cherries on a rootstock called 'Gisela'. It makes a tree you can maintain at 10 to 12 feet tall. Growers are especially excited because trees on 'Gisela' begin bearing heavy crops in just three or four years. mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
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