...Creamery has failed to make payments on about $880,000 in state loans, according to the state. The Board of Agriculture and Conservation voted this month to deny a request that would have allowed the business to avoid a $50,000 payment...
PALMER - The Martin family, originally from Southeast, has been selected as the 2012 Farm Family of the Year by the Alaska agricultural community.
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Alaska's dairy industry has a long history of people working hard in the face of major obstacles. Such effort is what's needed now to see if the state-owned Matanuska Maid dairy can be kept operating in a viable manner.
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All seven members of the Alaska Board of Agriculture and Conservation were dismissed as Gov. Sarah Palin took steps to keep the troubled Matanuska Maid dairy in business.
ANCHORAGE - Thousands of donors who contributed to a $390,000 legal defense fund for former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin will get their money back after an investigator said Thursday the fund was illegal because it was misleadingly described on a website.
A former cattle farmer who runs a meat-processing facility near Fairbanks wants to buy the state-owned slaughterhouse in Palmer.
Valley farmers are on notice: Matanuska Maid will stop buying milk in early December.
Alaska's state-owned dairy dodged closure when Gov. Sarah Palin's new Board of Agriculture and Conservation voted to keep it open.
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