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J. Duffey Takes on New Role in Chaves County Extension Office

LAS CRUCES - James Duffey is taking on a new role as Chaves County agricultural agent with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Franzoy joins NMSU's Rural Tourism Project

LAS CRUCES -- Deborah Franzoy began work in May as program coordinator for New Mexico State University's Rural Economic Development through Tourism (REDTT) project. She will work with the hospitality industry to develop and deliver workshops in Doņa Ana, Eddy, Lea and Lincoln counties.

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Fry Hired as Eddy County Extension Home Economist

LAS CRUCES -- Sandra Fry began work in May as the home economist for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service in Eddy County.

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New Weather Stations to Help Monitor Rio Grande Water Use

LAS CRUCES -- Monitoring the climate along the Rio Grande is critical to managing a steady, reliable water source. To track water and weather conditions along the river, the Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District is installing 10 new weather stations provided by the Bureau of Reclamation.

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New Mexicans Beef Up Knowledge About Pricing

LAS CRUCES - Ranchers, retail dealers, restaurateurs and others in the beef industry learned more about pricing live animals and carcass beef at a recent workshop at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces.

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New Technology Could Make Farming More Precise

LAS CRUCES - Bob Sanderson, a pest management specialist with New Mexico State University's Agricultural Experiment Station, is hoping to take a little bit of the guesswork out of farming in New Mexico.

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Wine Festival Offers a Flavor of the Old West

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexicans who want to see how the West was won can attend the 5th annual Santa Fe Wine Festival July 4-5 at El Rancho de las Golondrinas, a farming museum on Los Pinos Road.

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Playing it Safe in the Sun

LAS CRUCES -- As the summer heats up in New Mexico, parents must take precautions to limit kids' exposure to the sun, said a New Mexico State University child development specialist.

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NM Growers to Go North for Specialty Crop Tours

LAS CRUCES -- Tours of specialty crop farms and an elk ranch will be hosted by New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service and the Colorado Cooperative Extension Service on July 6 in Colorado's San Luis Valley.

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State 4-H Conference to be Held in July

LAS CRUCES -- Kids from all 33 New Mexico counties will compete in a variety of contests from livestock judging to public speaking during the State 4-H Conference in Las Cruces, July 13-16. Four-H is a New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service program.

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Rules For Summer Play Keep Kids Safe

LAS CRUCES -- Now that school is out for the summer, children want to spend more of their free time with friends. But parents need to set rules for playing in the neighborhood, said a New Mexico State University family life specialist.

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Plan Fun Outdoor Activities for Kids This Summer

LAS CRUCES -- Outdoor activities in the summer can be fun and educational for children without being too expensive, said a New Mexico State University family life specialist.

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NMSU Men Place Second, Fourth at College National Finals Rodeo

LAS CRUCES -- Steer wrestler C.J. Aragon from New Mexico State University finished as runner-up Saturday in the College National Finals Rodeo held in Rapid City, S.D. NMSU team roper Trey Miller, competing with a student from another university, placed fourth in the final standings.

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Farmers Encouraged to Get Hay Tested

LAS CRUCES -- Alfalfa growers should test the quality of their hay to get the best selling price, said a New Mexico State University agronomist.

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Old Timer's Reunion Features Chuck Wagon Cook-off

LAS CRUCES -- No beans about it, chuck wagon cooks will find out who makes the best trail-drive meal and who has the top rig at the annual Magdalena Old Timer's Reunion July 10-12.

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New professor to mentor next generation of chefs

LAS CRUCES--Keith H. Mandabach, an award-winning chef who has studied the history of culinary arts, joined the faculty of New Mexico State University's hotel, restaurant, and tourism management department on June 18.

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Plant Cole Crops in Summer For High Quality Fall Crop

ALBUQUERQUE -- To avoid split cabbage heads, brown cauliflower curds and bitter broccoli florets, plant these cole crops in early July for fall harvest. In warm areas of New Mexico, planting these crops in the spring causes them to mature in hot weather, said a New Mexico State University horticulture specialist.

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Grad Returns to Head Fishery and Wildlife Department

LAS CRUCES -- Donald Caccamise, former department chairman at Rutgers University, is the new head of New Mexico State University's fishery and wildlife sciences department.

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Rural Economic Development Forum Offers Solutions to Puzzling Topic

LAS CRUCES -- In economic development work, finding the right fit between businesses and New Mexico's small towns can be a puzzling task.

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Summer Good Time to Plant Green Beans for Fall Crop

LAS CRUCES -- Planting green beans in midsummer can replenish soil and produce a tasty fall crop.

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Chili Cookoff to Heat up Cloudcroft

More than 40 cooks from across the Southwest will compete for top prizes at the third annual Cloudcroft Chili Cookoff July 18 at Zenith Park.

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Consumer Education Specialist Offers Ideas to Save for Vacations

LAS CRUCES - A savings account can help cushion the impact of vacation expenses. A New Mexico State University consumer education specialist offers ideas for getting money into the account.

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Agricultural Research on Display at Aug. 6 Field Day in Tucumcari

LAS CRUCES -- From irrigated pasture studies to row crop research, visitors will find plenty to chew on during an Aug. 6 field day at New Mexico State University's Agricultural Science Center at Tucumcari.

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Hot, Sticky Weather Favors Chile Disease

LAS CRUCES -- High temperatures and humidity in southern New Mexico could bring on problems in chile with powdery mildew, a yield-reducing disease that damaged crops in 1996 and 1997.

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Birth Order May Affect Personality, Lifestyle

LAS CRUCES -- Research shows that firstborn children can be high achievers, well-educated and sometimes perfectionists, which could leave second-born children trying to live up to those standards, said a New Mexico State University family life specialist.

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Consumer Education Specialist Offers Ideas to Save for Vacations

LAS CRUCES -- A savings account can help cushion the impact of vacation expenses. A New Mexico State University consumer education specialist offers ideas for getting money into the account.

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Planning Sound Financial Strategies

LAS CRUCES -- Families can encounter financial trouble when the paycheck is always running out before the end of the month, said a New Mexico State University consumer education specialist.

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Make Wise Use of Credit Cards

LAS CRUCES -- Families with credit card payments greater than 20 percent of monthly take-home pay may be feeling some financial stress, said a New Mexico State University consumer education specialist.

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Setting Up a Spending Plan

LAS CRUCES -- Family spending plans provide direction for household financial decisions, said a New Mexico State University consumer education specialist. They help determine the family budget and aid in planning for a sound financial future.

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Successful Garage Sales Take Time and Organization

LAS CRUCES -- A garage sale can provide a successful solution to getting rid of old clothes, furniture, books and other items if a person is willing to invest time and energy.

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