Here’s your personal invitation to attent an annual event. I’ve never been to Twin Falls but the dates don’t work for me. I hope they do for you. You can find the schedule of events here (Word file) and the program here (pdf file).
Chances are they’re not. The good news, however, is that you can change that. The American Academy of Pediatrics reports that while parents are a key influencer in children’s consumption of calcium, and a new study indicates that most children and adolescents are at risk forbone fractures and osteoporosis later in life because of low calcium intake.
The MilkPEP people want children to be healthier and milk can be part of the plan to make it happen. So, they’re looking for some healthy student bodies (schools that is).
Belive it or not, the next time you go out for a run or hope on the treadmill, you may want to take along a bottle of ice cold chocolate milk. Sure, you love the flavor of chocolate milk, but leading researchers now say it may be a better athletic drink than what you typically see sports stars chugging on television.
Got sheep? Maybe some goats? Want to know more about how to milk them for an income? Plan to attend the 5th International Symposium on the Challenge to Sheep and Goats Milk Sectors, April118-20, 2007, Alghero/Sardinia, Italy. You can’t plan ahead too soon.
From Mr. Buckeye Ag Radio Network himself, Andy Vance.
USDA grant money is helping provide a Wisconsin workshop on Farm Succession and Estate and Retirement Planning. The event will be held on Thursday, March 2nd at the Public Events Building in the Arlington Agricultural Research Station. It is scheduled from 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM, and farm families are encouraged to attend. It is co-sponsored by a USDA Dairy Revitalization Grant, UW-Extension-Columbia County, and MATC.
Here is another interview with Mike Callicrate, owner of No-Bull Enterprises, this time talking about the Callicrate Bander which he developed