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According to an article in the Hoosier Ag Today by Denise Derrer, the Indiana State Board of Animal Health (BOAH) has announced on Wednesday (April 16) that Kerry Peterson, DVM is the new Director of Animal Health Programs.

If you are reading this, you are obviously immersed in our sport. That alone qualifies you as an expert on the subject of fully expecting the improbable to happen. Whether it be an 80-1 shot crossing the wire in front or a 1-9 lock committing a lapped-on break, nothing at all surprises the harness racing enthusiast.

The trustees of the Agriculture and New York State Horse Breeding Development Fund (the Fund), which administers the New York State Sire Stakes, today announced they have instituted Breeders’ Awards for the 2008 racing season.

Farmers and their allies continued to press their case this week in the Legislature against the proposed budget cuts and elimination of the NJDA as a cabinet level position. Public hearings on the draft FY ‘09 state budget by the Senate and Assembly budget committees provided newsworthy opportunities to weigh in.

New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine announced on Tuesday that he plans to close the state Department of Agriculture on July 1, 2008 as a cost cutting measure.

The New Jersey Farm Bureau strongly objects to the governor’s proposed elimination of the Department of Agriculture as a cost-cutting measure.

A Celebration of Pennsylvania Harness Racing is slated for Sunday, February 10, at the Harrah’s Chester Casino & Racetrack near Philadelphia.

Working together and learning from others’ experiences will be the focus at the New Jersey Animal Emergency Working Group (AEWG) 11th Annual Symposium on Monday, February 25, 2008 in Westhampton, Burlington County, New Jersey.

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