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If you are looking for an entry level government position in the food safety field, there are plenty of jobs available. (Gary Crawford and Carmen Rottenberg)
**broadcasters--dates for the Storm Lake, Iowa recruitment event are July 23-25. For Grand Island, Neb. Aug. 6-8--**
California poultry and egg producers are hoping that the outbreaks of Virulent Newcastle disease have come to an end. We've had five straight weeks with no new detections. (Gary Crawford and David Will)
Custom harvesters are not just bringing in the grain crops these days, are more are harvesting forage and silage crops for their customers across the country. (Rod Bain and Raph Jolliffe of U.S. Custom Harvesters)