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Sunday, April 03, 2016

Donald Trump on North Korea going to war: 'Good luck, enjoy yourself folks' | US news | The Guardian

Donald Trump on North Korea going to war: 'Good luck, enjoy yourself folks' | US news | The Guardian: Speaking at a rally in Rothschild, Wisconsin ahead of the state’s primary on Tuesday, the Republican presidential frontrunner said that if conflict between Japan and nuclear-armed North Korea were to break out, “it would be a terrible thing but if they do, they do”.

“Good luck,” he added. “Enjoy yourself, folks.”

Specialty Crop Grants available, deadline April 20 - High Plains Journal: Crops

Specialty Crop Grants available, deadline April 20 - High Plains Journal: Crops: The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry is pleased to announce funding opportunities to enhance the specialty crop industry within the state thanks to the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program through the United States Department of Agriculture’s Agriculture Marketing Services. Eligible applicants include non-profit organizations, local, state and federal government entities, for-profit organizations and colleges and universities.
“The Specialty Crop Block Grant Program is a great opportunity to fund research, education and outreach projects that benefit Oklahoma’s specialty crop farmers,” said Jason Harvey, an agriculture marketing coordinator for ODAFF. “These funds also help improve the quality and availability of locally produced fruits and vegetables to consumers.”

Of Character: Arapaho farmer honored with Oklahoma agriculture acheivement award | News OK

Of Character: Arapaho farmer honored with Oklahoma agriculture acheivement award | News OK: Clint Roush watched recently as an easy March breeze rolled across the lush Gallagher wheat that spreads a vibrantly green carpet between East and West Barnitz Creeks in western Oklahoma's Custer County.

That same gentle wind made the short hair dance on the back of an Angus feeder steer in the lot nearby.

Wednesday during Ag Day at the state Capitol, Roush was recognized as the 2016 recipient of the Governor's Outstanding Achievement Award in Agriculture, the 19th recipient in the history of the prestigious honor.