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Boyz In the Agrihood: Planned Communities Trade Golf Courses for Working Farms in North Carolina

I don’t play golf.  I like golf, I’ll go out and hit around with friends or colleagues, but I don’t “play golf”.  To me, playing golf means 18 holes on a weekend, maybe 36, and perhaps a round or two during the week.  No, I don’t play golf. And I don’t think I’m alone in …

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USDA (U.S. Department of Agriculture) Finalizes Import Regulations for “Mad Cow Disease”

  In November, the USDA announced a final rule that will align the Agency’s import regulations for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE or “mad cow disease”)with international standards. According to a USDA November news release, the final regulation will allow for the safe trade of bovines and bovine product, while still protecting the U.S. from the introduction of …

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