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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Making a comeback, veal is star of Pittsburgh's priciest entree
Get your goat: Cabrito, chevreau or capretto -- it's another red meat

Wall Street Journal
Getting in Touch With Your Inner Caveman

Lancaster Farming
Central Pa. Farmer Shares Tips on Cooking with Goat
Savor Slow Food: Save the Farmer, Save the Land

Washington Post
Veal Cast in a Kinder Light
Business caters to Muslim immigrants
Seeking a New Career Path, Some Find Cheese is the Way

Colesville Patch
Bethesda Central Farm Market Inspires Authentic Living

Farm & Dairy
Pa. goat farm targets ethnic market

Business Week
Small Farmers Talk Turkey

Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education Grant
Diversifying with Small Ruminants for Profitability

Passages (Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture)
Small Ruminant Field Day Visits Two Different Farms
Heirloom Tomatoes: The True Taste of Summer

The Patriot News
Dauphin Woodland Owners line up programs from weed-eating goats to rare plants for annual conference
Cheesemakers root for change in raw-milk laws
Farmers on the Square market opening day

The Standard Speaker
Goats munch away weeds to clear parks, forests and fields

News-Chronicle
Weekly farmers market coming to downtown Shippensburg

Carbon County Magazine
Leave the Weeding to the Goats

The Examiner
It's not too late to call dibs on a local Thanksgiving bird

Explore Franklin County, PA
POST NOW PA AND THE THOUGHT LOT ANNOUNCE WEEKLY FARMERS MARKETS IN SHIPPENSBURG

The Herald-Mail
Raising meat goats is topic of workshop

Voices of Central Pennsylvania
Women farmers take to the field, naturally

The Morning Call
Pennsylvania cheesemakers expand effort to bring ethnic-style tastes to market

Farm & Ranch Living
Selling Goat Meat to Ethnic Markets

The Hill Rag
Bloomingdale Farmers Market

The Sentinel
Farmers on the Square Market opens today
Wet welcome for Carlisle market
Local farmers appeal to 'Food, Inc.' movie-goers
Shoppers flock to downtown market
College event celebrates local farmers
Rain avoids picnic at Painted Hand Farm
'83 alumni share career stories before reunion







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