Sullivan County Extension N.E.W.S. Newsletter
4-H Handbook and other helpful information and forms
Does your money run out before the end of the month? Is it difficult to pay your bills on time?
Do you wish you had more money?
Foods are freshest and at optimum quality at the time of their harvest or slaughter. To maintain this quality in foods that will be consumed later, the foods can be preserved by cold, heat, chemical preservatives, or combinations of these methods.
Cold usually means refrigeration or freezing.
Heating involves many processing methods, such as pasteurization, commercial sterilization, and drying.
Adding preservative ingredients and processing by means of fermentation are also
ways to preserve
ANIMAL HEALTH ADVISORY BOAH Modifies Bird Movement Ban to Poultry Species (9 July 2015)
Beginning July 10, 2015, the Indiana State Board of Animal Health (BOAH) ban on commingling of all bird species at events and sales will be limited to poultry species only.
Theme: "Backyard Bar-B-Que"
Who: All members of IEHA and their guests are welcome!
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