DA W. Visayas pushes sorghum production

DA W. Visayas pushes sorghum production

May 16, 2019 Panay News ILOILO City – The Department of Agriculture in Western Visayas pushes sorghum farming that will serve as an alternative source for livestock and poultry feeds. Remelyn Recoter, DA regional executive director, spearheaded a ceremonial harvest of...
Weathering the weather—options for haying, grazing and silage

Weathering the weather—options for haying, grazing and silage

May 15, 2019 High Plains Journal A wet fall, unusually cold temperatures, excess rain, and in some cases flooding, have cattle and sheep producers wondering how they will manage forage shortages this summer and lay in forages for next winter. “The good news is there...
WV Culinary Team: Sorghum a sweet mountain staple

WV Culinary Team: Sorghum a sweet mountain staple

May 11 2019 Charleston Gazette-Mail Sorghum isn’t easy to come by in West Virginia. But it wasn’t always like that. The thick sweetener is derived from a cereal crop that was domesticated by Africa about 5,000 years ago and arrived in America with African slaves,...
99 Bottles: Green’s gluten-free lager hits the right notes

99 Bottles: Green’s gluten-free lager hits the right notes

May 8, 2019 The Ledger The demand for gluten-free products has beer scientists endeavoring to find formulas that mimic the taste of traditional beers made with barley, wheat or rye. Few have achieved perfection. But Green’s Beers out of England comes awfully...
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