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Amy Jordan of Exeter has been selected to compete in the Extreme Mustang Makeover to be held May 10-11, at Southeastern Livestock Pavilion in Ocala, Florida. Trainers will have approximately 100 days to gentle a randomly assigned wild horse they will pick up in February and compete for… Read More
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ORONO — Farmers are invited to learn about the Whole Farm Revenue Protection crop insurance program prior to the March 15 enrollment deadline with a webinar noon–1 p.m Thursday, Jan. 24. The webinar will use real farm examples from the Northeast that include… Read More