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CT taking bird flu steps

State officials are stepping in to protect the state's poultry from a spreading bird flu. More than 48 million chickens have been struck down by the deadly avian influenza since 2014. The Northeast...

Report shows 1 in 10 in CT still remain in poverty

A new report by the Connecticut Association for Human Services and the Coalition on Human Needs shows one in 10 state residents still live in poverty. The same report shows child poverty is at 14.9...

CT apple growers debut locator app

Connecticut's apple growers have produced a bountiful crop despite recent dry weather, and a new digital mobile phone app can help apple-lovers find them.

CT preserves two more farms

Two more Connecticut farms have been tagged for preservation by the state.

CT touts training-school acreage to growers

Connecticut's agriculture agency is promoting the availability of more than a third of the Southbury Training School's acreage to growers.

CT Green Guide publishes Fall issue

Find out the backstory behind Connecticut's Utility 2.0 legislation and what the state is doing to encourage more adoption of hydrogen-powered fuel cell cars by reading the Fall 2015 Connecticut...

CT’s farmland ‘buy-sell’ portal redo

The state’s agriculture agency says its online link for farmers and others wanting to buy or sell farmland is more informational and interactive than ever.

CT auctioning 13 remaining seized goats

Wanna buy a goat?

New rules for ‘CT Grown’ labeling

Connecticut farmers and food producers face a new state labeling mandate for their products, starting Oct. 1, state agriculture overseers say.

CT seizes horses, dogs, goats, cats in cruelty cases

The Connecticut Department of Agriculture this week seized several animals in Newtown and Cornwall, alleging cruelty by the owners.

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