Pa. Agriculture Officials Take Measures To Prevent Importation of Avian Flu HereThe new restrictions apply to birds headed to live markets, and to eggs destined for facilities where they are broken open and processed.
Don't Move FirewoodPeople moving firewood from place to place is how tree-killing insects and diseases spread like wildfire - so don't do it.
Dozens Of Horses Quarantined At Parx After Equine Herpes OutbreakThe Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has quarantined two barns at the racetrack after one of the horses tested positive for equine herpes virus type 1 on February 15th.
Officials Warn Residents Without Power To Dispose of Potentially Spoiled FoodsThe Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture says you only have about four hours' grace on stuff in the fridge, but items in the freezer could last longer.
Delco Man Ups Fight With Township For Return Of His Pet Micro-Pig The 10-week-old, six-pound Vietnamese micro potbellied pig is named "Steve," and owner Brian Maguire wants the township to return him.