Pa. law shifts how hormones can be de...

Pa. law shifts how hormones can be described on milk labels

There are 1 comment on the Public Opinion story from Feb 9, 2008, titled Pa. law shifts how hormones can be described on milk labels. In it, Public Opinion reports that:

Milk producer: Dairy farmer John Stoner is greeted by one of his cows last week at his farm on Oellig Road, Mercersburg.

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BlinkyandNod

Carlisle, PA

#1 Feb 10, 2008
Oh thank God!

And here I was afraid they were wasting their time up in Harrisburg on Property Tax Reform, school funding, or delivering more monies for better roads here in the southcentral area.

Phew!!!

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