University of GeorgiaWith timely information and some of the state’s best scenery, aday at the Mountain Beef Cattle Field Day April 21 nearBlairsville, Ga., is bound to please anyone who raises cattle fora living or a hobby.The field day will begin with refreshments at 9 a.m. at theGeorgia Mountain Research and Education Center. Half-hourpresentations and discussions will run from 9:30 to 3 p.m.Speakers will discuss grass tetany, heifer development, beefalliances, the U.S. Animal Identification Plan, stocker researchand forage updates and results.Dean Pringle, an animal scientist with the University of GeorgiaCollege of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, will end theday with a live ultrasound demonstration.Lunch will be provided by Ag Georgia Farm Credit. You don’t haveto register. To learn more about the field day, call (706)745-2655.
Where did get Messi his votes from?From the breakdown, Africa, North America, the Caribbeans, South America and Oceania, all voted for Lionel Messi. Virgil Van Dijk was the people’s choice in Europe and Asia. On Monday night, the world watched on as Lionel Messi, picked up his 6th Ballon d’Or award of his career at the awards ceremony held in Paris, France.The Barcelona forward emerged tops after votes from 176 journalists from all over the world were compiled. Each country had one and the journalist who voted had to rank his top five players.The top choice got six points, second choice got four points and the rest got receive three, two and one point respectively.For Ghana, Michael Oti Adjei voted for Lionel Messi as his top choice with Virgil Van Dijk, Cristiano Ronaldo, Sadio Mane and Raheem Sterling following in that order.Per an analysis of the votes, it seems most journalists followed Oti Adjei’s lead and voted for Lionel Messi leading him to win 686 votes in total.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis ALPENA, Mich.— The application deadline for businesses interested in opening a medical marijuana facility in Alpena has officially closed. The deadline wrapped up Monday, so far with five applicants hoping to be selected.All applications will be reviewed by Alpena City council members who will grade them using a rubric scale. Only two medical marijuana business licenses will be granted for operation within city limits.The Alpena city manager will determine the two finalists this year.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious AG Nessel announces debt relief for Art Institutes of Michigan Students Next Council members approve wage increase