• Tyson announces Tonganoxie plant, expected to empoy 1600
Tyson announces Tonganoxie plant, expected to empoy 1600

Tyson now operates facilities in six Kansas communities, employing about 5,700 people in the state with an annual payroll of more than $210 million. It will process 1.25 million birds per week. Tyson anticipates purchasing about 300 acres of property south of Tonganoxie and will work with contractors to build the plant, hatchery, feed mill and rela...

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  • Air quality improves to 'unhealthy' ahead of Nebraska's game at Oregon
Air quality improves to 'unhealthy' ahead of Nebraska's game at Oregon

The latter is scheduled to be played in Eugene, while the former is scheduled for Corvallis. Wildfires in the state have brought smoke and ash to the Willamette Valley region, causing OR to cancel a cross-country event scheduled for Thursday.

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  • Crazy Nests 2017 | CUBS
Crazy Nests 2017 | CUBS

We are looking for entertaining and amazing stories about nests. You can send the contest a photo, video, write a story or poem, draw, paint, or create a beautiful dance or song. The challenge ends on June 30. The awards include Celestron binoculars, All About Birds compact guides, Pennington bird feeders, Inside Birding DVDs, CDs of various anim...

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  • Trump pledges $1 million of own money to help Harvey victims
Trump pledges $1 million of own money to help Harvey victims

When asked about the program by NewsHour's Lisa Desjardins in February, the president said "the DACA situation is a very, very - it's a very hard thing for me, because, you know, I love these kids", adding he would address the issue with "great heart".

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  • Crazy Nests 2017 | CUBS
Crazy Nests 2017 | CUBS

We are looking for entertaining and amazing stories about nests. You can send the contest a photo, video, write a story or poem, draw, paint, or create a beautiful dance or song. The challenge ends on June 30. The awards include Celestron binoculars, All About Birds compact guides, Pennington bird feeders, Inside Birding DVDs, CDs of various anim...

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  • Charlie Rose Lands Steve Bannon Interview For '60 Minutes'
Charlie Rose Lands Steve Bannon Interview For '60 Minutes'

Bannon himself has come under fire as the alleged force behind internecine fights, including a series of blasts against National Security Advisor H.R. "He's talking about the neo-Nazis and the neo-Confederates and the Klan - who, by the way, are absolutely very bad, there's no room in American politics for that, no room in American society for tha...

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  • Munich memorial marks 1972 Olympic Games attack on Israeli team
Munich memorial marks 1972 Olympic Games attack on Israeli team

Rivlin was invited by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who together with Minister-President of Bavaria Horst Seehofer who initiated the event, will accompany President Rivlin in the ceremony marking 45 years since the attack. I also appreciate President Steinmeier's remarks . Ilona Romano, widow of victim Yossef Romano, told Rivlin:...

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  • Rashtriya Sahara journo Pankaj Mishra shot in Bihar
Rashtriya Sahara journo Pankaj Mishra shot in Bihar

Superintendent of Police (SP) Arwal Dilip Kumar said, "It is a case of personal enmity". Mishra was attacked by assailants while he was exiting a bank and going towards his home with Rs 1 lakh in cash. He said one of the two assailants was arrested and search is on for the second one. He was attacked by two bike-borne goons. Kumar told ANI...

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  • Pope 'deeply moved' by plight of storm Harvey victims
Pope 'deeply moved' by plight of storm Harvey victims

Nearly 210,000 people have registered with the Federal Emergency Management Agency for assistance, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said. In Crosby, plumes of black smoke filled the morning sky after two explosions at a flooded chemical plant. Now add facilities in the Beaumont and Port Arthur region to the list. Watt and his teammates are now heading ...

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  • Two Indonesian hostages walk free in Philippines
Two Indonesian hostages walk free in Philippines

He said the bandits fled leaving behind their slain companions. Militants from the Abu Sayyaf, a small but violent group known for beheading, kidnap-for-ransom and extortion, have attacked numerous trawlers and commercial ships in the Sulu and Celebes Sea.

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  • Chinese border calm as North Korea ramps up nuclear program
Chinese border calm as North Korea ramps up nuclear program

A previous United Nations resolution adopted in early August banned exports of coal, seafood, iron ore and lead. Noting pride over the North's latest and biggest nuclear test , Han said the measure was a gift for the U.S. Kang told parliament that her nation is working with the USA for the "strongest" measures against North Korea. Calls have g...

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  • Military Action is Not First Choice for N. Korea
Military Action is Not First Choice for N. Korea

A South Korean lawmaker has warned that North Korea transported another intercontinental ballistic missile just days after it detonated its most powerful nuclear device yet. Haley told the U.N. Security Council at an emergency session Monday that Kim is "begging for war". "Then you're talking about a country imploding with loose nuclear weapons...

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"The discovery of Great Basin bristlecone pine, Pinus longaeva," by Andrew Orlemann, Steven H. Flinders et al.

We estimate that there are currently up to 179 live individuals that range in age from seedlings to approximately 1400 years. Our data indicate these are particularly slow-growing specimens on very steep sites, in soil of igneous origin. We see opportunities for additional research on this unique population and its associated plant community. We al...

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  • Daniel Aves
Daniel Aves

In the city there are more and more birds of prey, parrots and pigeons, and less sparrows and goldfinches. While there are no censuses that accurately quantify populations, changes are noted by birders' records. Small parrots, a nocturnal raptor, are also common in parks and squares in Buenos Aires. Parrots from the northeast and northwest of t...

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  • Friday Favorites | Linda Wagner
Friday Favorites | Linda Wagner

It's like she threw on whatever was laying around in her closet, yet she is always fabulously on trend and put together. Love. Alba Botanica beauty products ...

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  • VERTEBRATES
VERTEBRATES

Of all this work is responsible for blood, which is constantly circulating. In addition, the circulatory system has other outstanding functions: it intervenes in the body's defenses, regulates body temperature, etc. This charts the importance of breathing for our lives. The respiratory system of humans is formed by: Airways: are pits na...

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  • Stguitars.com
Stguitars.com

Grains Cereals such as corn, barley and oats are fed to farm animals as a supplement to a regular hay or grass feed program. There are several reasons to feed grain for farm animals such as to provide the nutrients that are lacking in forage feed, to produce faster weight gain, to increase milk production in lactating women and to provide energy...

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  • Eragrostis curvula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Eragrostis curvula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Distribution and habitat It is native to south-east Africa, although naturalized in Argentina, Australia and southern states United. In Spain it can be found in the Canary Islands. It is mainly multiplied by seeds and to a lesser extent by stolons. Characteristics [edit] This species is used as a fodder plant for native African cattle bec...

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  • Plants and Flowers, plants species: June 2012
Plants and Flowers, plants species: June 2012

This is a challenging site to grow plants. Water quickly drips rather than dipping in often leads to erosion. A steep slope may need to be modified by the terraces or the creation of a retaining wall. Ajuga is tenacious, diffusing through runners, or ground-level drift that plants root and form new ones. The program also provides drowning weeds...

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