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  1. 4-H campers leave technology behind and learn conservation

     Telling the difference between a harmful and harmless snake is one of the lessons kids learn at 4-H OWLS camp, which stands for Outdoor Wildlife Leadership Service.

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  2. Experts are divided over new nutrition standards in schools

    A recent senate agriculture committee hearing found experts are divided over new nutrition standards for school meals. 

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  3. Rural America Live

    Thursday on Rural America Live at 10 p.m. ET.

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  4. Kansas ag show features drones helping farmers get bird's eye view

    The modern farmer is using the kind of technology you're used to hearing about in the military - Drones.

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  5. When the ambulance chasers come knocking, should you close the door in their faces?

     The Legal Minute's Brooke McKernan speaks with West Palm Beach, Florida attorney Gary Lesser about how to avoid unsolicited attorneys.

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  6. New Hampshire Old Country Store is oldest in the nation

    Steve Holden gives us a history lesson on the oldest country store in the nation, located in Moltonborough, New Hampshire.

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  7. EPA officials speak out on Clean Water Act proposal

    The Environmental Protection Agency is addressing the controversy and confusion surrounding the proposed rule change to the Clean Water Act.

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  8. Western Sports Roundup: Injury sidelines some of the best in the business

    Day five changes up the leader boards in Cheyenne, plus, one rodeo family leaves Salinas Rodeo with some shiny new buckles. On the other hand, injury sidelines some of the best in the rodeo business.

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  9. USDA releases latest crop report

    The latest crop report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture was released Friday, which includes monthly supply and demand estimates and crop production estimates.

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  10. The Hobby Lobby case could change your work environment

    The Legal Minute's Sheryl Simon speaks with Jupiter, Florida attorney Cathleen Scott about the Supreme Court rules in favor of religious freedom.

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