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Alcalde Field Day and Soap-making Workshop Scheduled

ALCALDE -- New Mexicans can learn about soap making, cattle grazing and a host of other issues at the Sustainable Agricultural Science Center at Alcalde's field day and soap-making workshop, scheduled for Aug. 18-19.

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New Scientists Enhance NMSU's Agricultural Research at Artesia

LAS CRUCES -- With new scientists, a new laboratory building and new research projects, New Mexico State University's Agricultural Science Center at Artesia is more equipped than ever to help farmers in Eddy, Chaves and Lea counties.

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Good Parent-Teacher Relationship Benefits Children

LAS CRUCES -- Parents who encourage children to get along with classmates may want to follow the same rule. It is just as important for parents to develop good relationships with their children's teachers, said a family life expert.

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Southworth Hired as Coordinator for Extension Rural Tourism Program

LAS CRUCES -- Allison Southworth began work July 16 as the program coordinator for New Mexico State University's Rural Economic Development Through Tourism (REDTT) project.

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Boren Hired as Extension Wildlife Specialist

LAS CRUCES -- Jon Boren began work Aug. 1 as a wildlife specialist with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Sheep Referendum Set for October

LAS CRUCES -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture will conduct a referendum among sheep and wool producers on Oct. 1, 1996.

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Krehbiel Hired as Assistant Professor in NMSU's Animal Sciences Department

LAS CRUCES -- Clinton Krehbiel began work Aug. 1 as an assistant professor of ruminant animal nutrition in New Mexico State University's animal and range sciences department.

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In the Specialty Food Business, Getting Started is No Piece of Cake

LAS CRUCES -- A hearty demand for specialty foods with a homemade taste makes some New Mexicans dream of turning grandma's famous cookie recipe into a profitable product.

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State Fair Tours Teach Kids Importance of Agriculture

The idea is to educate urban youth about agriculture by showing them a part of the state fair that they may never have gone past the midway to see," said tour coordinator Cheryl Butterfield, state 4-H activities specialist with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service. Tour sponsors are Extension, the New Mexico Beef Council and New Mexico Farm and Livestock Bureau.

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Africanized Bees Could Be on Move This Fall

LAS CRUCES -- Although Africanized bees have spread slowly and quietly in southern New Mexico so far, they could pick up speed this fall, a New Mexico State University entomologist said.

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