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Twenty Years Later …
By Eric Sideman, Ph.D.
I have worked for MOFGA for a long time, but I usually let each anniversary of my starting date pass without celebration – because of mixed feelings. I really love the job of being the organic “extension” guy, and I have a great time working with all the MOFGA folks day in and day out. The mixed feelings occur only because I feel so young, and marking my anniversary with MOFGA exposes my true age.

MOFGA Questions Proposed Animal ID System
By Diane Schivera
The U.S. Department of Agriculture, working closely with livestock industry representatives, has proposed a system that would require all farms in the country to be registered and all animals to have a formal identification system.

Reviews and Resources
This Land is Their Land – How Corporate Farms Threaten the World
The Wisdom of Small Farms and Local Food
Anyone Can Build a Whizbang Chicken Scalder
Local Food Directories
Organic Industry News
Farmers and Their Innovative Cover Cropping Techniques
Solar is Looking Good!
Web Site Provides U.S. Ag Stats
Work With Nature to Manage Insect Pests
Connect with National Agricultural Library
Business Options for Poultry Producers

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