Health Checks and First Penis Plug
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I do health checks on my babies. I check for tumors, any abscesses or injuries. This week was no different, except they were also getting their Revolution doses.

Poor Bella has 5 tumors. She's already had one removed and then this "crop" came up. She is about 3 years old and since so many have come up, we've opted to NOT have surgery. She is being moved downstairs with Libby as her next door neighbor. Libby too has a tumor, although not as fast growing.

One of Betsy's tumors is slowly getting bigger too. :(

I have had my first experience with penis plugs. Poor Crinkle has to suffer the indignity of having his mama groom him. I noticed during his check his area was a bit dirty. So started to check and out pops a plug. Now this means if I go anywhere, I have to have someone that will clean this area for him twice a day. Don't know why he doesn't clean himself, he is NOT the biggest rat of the 6 brothers...that honor goes to Brick.



Weighed Brick, 800 grams. OMG! Big lump of squishy boy! But he can clean himself just fine!

I'm still doing health checks, but I'm hopeful the rest are all doing ok.

Libby, Bella, Sherman, Luke, Mimi and Joey will be moving downstairs this week.

2008 Wayne County Dairy Day/Ag Day
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The “30th Annual Wayne County Dairy Day/Ag Day” is scheduled for Monday, February 18th, from about 10:00 AM to 3:15 PM, at the Honesdale High School, Terrace Street, in Honesdale, PA.

This year’s event will feature the normal timely dairy industry-related information and new technology to area dairy farm families. In addition, different livestock, forestry agronomic, vegetable, general agriculture and agriculture information groups, associations and research and promotion groups have been invited to exhibit and participate and to inform people involved in the dairy and agriculture businesses in Wayne County and Pennsylvania.

Exhibitors and participants in this year’s “Dairy Day/Ag Day” will have an opportunity to present this important information through displays, exhibits, informal talks, demonstrations and one-on-one conversations.

This year’s “Dairy Day/Ag Day” will once again feature the popular “Ask the Experts!” forum where attendees can converse and gather information from participants in a one-on-one format!

Scheduled to participate in this part of “Dairy Day/Ag Day” are: “4-H Gets Your Motor Runnin’”, Kim C. Mikulak, Wayne County 4-H Program Coordinator, Wayne County Cooperative Extension, “Is Your Farm Earning Extra Income For You and Your Family?”, John Berry, Extension Educator/Ag Marketing, Lehigh County Cooperative Extension, Allentown, PA, “Use of Farm Manure In 2008 Wayne County Cropping Systems”, Dave Messersmith, Extension Educator – Agronomy, Wayne County Cooperative Extension, “Growing Berries In Northeastern Pennsylvania”, John Esslinger, Extension Educator/Agriculture-Commercial Horticulture, Lackawanna County Cooperative Extension, Scranton, Pa, “Solar, Wind and Biodiesel Energy Systems For Homes and Farms”, Rich Brinkman, Rich Brinkman’s Alternative Energy Supplies, Hamlin, PA, “Wells, Water Testing and West Nile Virus Program”, Pat Mohn, Wayne County Cooperative Extension and Wayne County West Nile Virus Program and “Addressing Effective Fiber Utilization In Dairy Cattle Rations”, Janet Deken Smith, Dairy Farm Consultant, Cargill Animal Nutrition.

The “Wayne County Dairy Promotion Committee” will be at the “Dairy Day/Ag Day”. The “2007-2008 Wayne County Dairy Princess, Alternate Dairy Princess, Dairy Maids and Dairy Ambassadors” will have their promotional materials and educational displays available for all attendees to observe and enjoy.

Also, some health testing and screenings for farm workers and families, will be offered by the Wayne County Office – Pennsylvania Department of Health, Wayne Memorial online pharmacy and Wayne Memorial Hospital Health Services, and the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute.

The popular milk, cheese, ice cream and specialty meats bars will be set-up near the exhibit area courtesy of area dairy producers, dairies, ice cream manufacturers, meat processors and the “Dairy Day/Ag Day” exhibitors, participants and supporters.

Door prizes, supported by the “2008 Wayne County Dairy Day/Ag Day” Planning Committee and exhibitors, participants and supporters, will be awarded throughout the day.

A buffet lunch, prepared by “The Red Schoolhouse” staff, will also be served to all dairy and agriculture farm families courtesy of the “2008 Wayne County Dairy Day/Ag Day” exhibitors, participants and supporters.

For additional information about the “2008 Wayne County Dairy Day/Ag Day,” please contact Ed Pruss at the Wayne County Cooperative Extension by dialing 570 253-5970, extension 4110, by fax at: 570 253-9478 or via email at: edp4@psu.edu.

For inquiries about participating in the “2008 Wayne County Dairy/Ag Day” as an exhibitor, a participant or as a supporter, please contact Ed Pruss at the Wayne County Cooperative Extension at the above listed telephone, fax or email information.

Click here for a printable 2008 Wayne County Dairy/Ag Day brochure.


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Milwaukee Public School teachers are demanding that taxpayers provide them with cialis, order cialis, Levitra, and other drugs to treat erectile dysfunction.

The MPS Cadillac health care plan just isn't good enough.

From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

The Milwaukee Teachers' Education Association has filed a civil suit claiming that MPS' exclusion of Viagra and other drugs that treat erectile dysfunction from its health insurance plans constitutes sexual discrimination against male employees.

Last September, an administrative law judge dismissed an earlier ruling that sided with the union, which filed an equal rights complaint in 2008. The state's Labor and Industry Review Commission upheld the decision in June.

The union now seeks a review of that decision by a Milwaukee County circuit court judge.

"This is an issue of discrimination, of equal rights for all our members," said Kristin Collett, spokeswoman for the Milwaukee Teachers' Education Association.

According to documents contained in the MTEA lawsuit filed last month:

MPS first agreed to cover drugs that treat erectile dysfunction in 2002. By 2004, there were 1,002 claims for such drugs from MPS employees. During negotiations with the union for its 2003-2005 contract, MPS tried to stop coverage of the drugs, citing rising costs. An arbitrator sided with the district in 2005.

In 2008, the teachers' union filed a charge with the state's Equal Rights Division, complaining that not offering the drug violated the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act.

"The exclusion of an FDA approved, medically necessary drug from an otherwise comprehensive pharmacy plan violates Wisconsin's prohibition on discrimination on the basis of sex," the union argued.

...Some, including at least one state lawmaker, have criticized the union for asking the district to cover Viagra instead of using money to save teacher jobs. The district laid off 482 teachers in June, though it later recalled 89.

A consultant for the School Board has estimated that reinstating the drug benefit would cost $786,000 per year - the cost to keep perhaps a dozen first-year teachers employed.

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Milwaukee Teachers and Viagra
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Milwaukee Public School teachers are demanding that taxpayers provide them with cheap cialis, purchase cialis, Levitra, and other drugs to treat erectile dysfunction.

The MPS Cadillac health care plan just isn't good enough.

From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

The Milwaukee Teachers' Education Association has filed a civil suit claiming that MPS' exclusion of Viagra and other drugs that treat erectile dysfunction from its health insurance plans constitutes sexual discrimination against male employees.

Last September, an administrative law judge dismissed an earlier ruling that sided with the union, which filed an equal rights complaint in 2008. The state's Labor and Industry Review Commission upheld the decision in June.

The union now seeks a review of that decision by a Milwaukee County circuit court judge.

"This is an issue of discrimination, of equal rights for all our members," said Kristin Collett, spokeswoman for the Milwaukee Teachers' Education Association.

According to documents contained in the MTEA lawsuit filed last month:

MPS first agreed to cover drugs that treat erectile dysfunction in 2002. By 2004, there were 1,002 claims for such drugs from MPS employees. During negotiations with the union for its 2003-2005 contract, MPS tried to stop coverage of the drugs, citing rising costs. An arbitrator sided with the district in 2005.

In 2008, the teachers' union filed a charge with the state's Equal Rights Division, complaining that not offering the drug violated the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act.

"The exclusion of an FDA approved, medically necessary drug from an otherwise comprehensive pharmacy plan violates Wisconsin's prohibition on discrimination on the basis of sex," the union argued.

...Some, including at least one state lawmaker, have criticized the union for asking the district to cover Viagra instead of using money to save teacher jobs. The district laid off 482 teachers in June, though it later recalled 89.

A consultant for the School Board has estimated that reinstating the drug benefit would cost $786,000 per year - the cost to keep perhaps a dozen first-year teachers employed.

$786,000 per year to reinstate the ED drug benefit is no small sum.

Will taxpayers also be expected to pick up the bill for all those pairs of bathtubs?



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