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Servicom and host of others Carles Puyol after her home burned down in a potential arson case “I think when that clip that we have is verified Over the next several months She started her speech talking about the Yale tradition for graduates to wear over-the-top hats on Class Day” She reminded the Yale students that change starts with them left a staff post with the Minnesota poultry groups to join her family’s Oakdale Farms Inc of Kensington Sawatzke joins her father Dana Nelson and his brother Paul who now manage Oakdale FarmsThe farm has about 8000 breeding turkey laying hens with another 8000 young stock as well as corn and soybeansHer homecoming has been marked by challenges — notably a wind storm that hit the farm on June 13 2017 The presumed tornado destroyed three buildings and damaged the roofs of three of six turkey buildings Debris was scattered in all directions They are still counting the "hundreds of thousands" in damage but no turkeys or people were hurt and the community pitched to help"When you live in a small community it shows the closeness" Erica said "When you know how much damage you have it’s hard to breathe it in Knowing you have all these people who come to help you it gives a light into the future that (shows) we can make it through this"Triple greatErica’s great-great-great grandfather Ole Sarsland immigrated from Norway to Wisconsin in 1848 and served in the Civil War in 1863 After the war he moved to Kensington in 1866 and took advantage of the Homestead Act which Abraham Lincoln signed into law in 1862 He was the first settler in Solem Township in Douglas County He chose the site for its oak trees which he used to build a barnOle Sarsland had a diversified farm His daughter Julia (Erica’s great-great grandmother) married Christian Nelson and expanded into turkeys as a side income With prosperity the family built a wooden pavilion in 1918 that served as an entertainment site and roller-skating venue It later was converted to turkey production where Julia incubated the eggs in a kerosene-fired incubatorJulia’s son Ole Nelson (Erica’s great grandfather) raised black turkeys Narransetts and bronze turkeys Ole built a barn specifically for his breeding hens"Market birds were raised outside on the range so the barn was an upgrade — raising hens indoors keeping them healthy on the breeding side of things" she said "(Ole) and my great-grandmother Mildred did a lot of turkey showing in the 1940s and 1950s They would show a breeding and marketing pen of birds in shows from northern Minnesota to Nebraska" Ole’s sons Vernal (Erica’s grandfather) and Omar took over management in the late 1950s and eventually dropped milking shorthorn cattle Vernal and his wife Marlene purchased the farm in 1968 and eventually concentrated on turkeys and crops Marlene won industry awards for her promotion of turkey products and was famous for getting the family in the act marching in a turkey costume in parades among other thingsVernal’s son Dana Nelson (Erica’s dad) joined the farm full time in 1979 after graduating from North Dakota State University Erica was born in 1986 the oldest of three daughters Erica and her sisters participated in 4-H including showing turkeys sheep and horses Erica remembers helping her father with the chores picking eggs with her grandfather and preferring to stay home from child care at age 9 to help Grandpa on the farmBarn danceIn the early 1990s the Nelsons had dropped the market bird enterprise and focused on breedingToday Oakdale Farms receives 8000 poults at a time At six weeks they split them into three barns At 30 weeks the birds are split into two flocks of 4000-hen egg-laying barns Their laying cycle continues for another 28 weeks until the birds go to marketThe eggs must be fertilized and the farm receives daily semen deliveries from a turkey "stud farm" in Willmar All of the turkeys are artificially inseminated once a week during their full 28-week egg-laying cycle Erica’s uncle Paul Nelson leads a crew of threeThere are two sides of the laying barns"Once a week the turkeys are rotated switched from side to side in the barn" Sawatzke said which — along with controlled lighting — encourages egg layingMost eggs are laid in an "automatic nest" in which the back of the nest gently nudges the bird off the nest on the hour for 10 hours a day The egg moves to a conveyor belt which moves it to a collection table where employees place them in 25-egg cartonsOakdale Farms sells its eggs to a Willmar hatchery which hatches them and sells day-old poults to "independent" commercial turkey farmers who are raising market turkeysAbout 250 independent producers average about three flocks a year of about 15000 turkeys in each batch (Another 200 "contract" growers are connected to integrated companies)Trotting homeErica always knew she wanted to come home to Oakdale Farms but first wanted work experience elsewhereIn 2005 she graduated from West Central Area High School in Barrett before attending NDSU where she received an animal science degree in 2011 She was hired as ag programs specialist for the Minnesota Turkey Growers Association at Buffalo in 2013 and eventually added the membership coordinator responsibilityIn 2014 she was serving as a last-minute substitute judge for an FFA creed-speaking contest at the Dassel Cokato High School at Cokato where she met Eric Sawatzke the vocational agriculture teacher The two began dating"When we first met I told him my long-term goal was to move back home and farm with my family" Erica saidErica and Eric were married on Aug 6 2016 — the 150th anniversary of the farm — and chose the old pavilion as their wedding siteLast fall the Nelsons agreed on how the newlyweds could fit into a succession plan Six months ago she moved home and a month ago Eric was hired to be the agriculture teacher at the high school from which Erica graduatedErica said she and Eric hope to become the next generation caring for the farm They hope to have children who could be the seventh generation to keep the tradition goingHer biggest concern "Not screwing up" she said But she also is concerned about the increasing influence on producers from "people who don’t understand how agriculture works"Her biggest source of optimism Strong and growing demand"People are liking our product and there’s always going to be a need for more turkey hopefully" she said "We want to be here for another 150 years"A meeting of the facility’s board of trustees on Monday Tara Johnson for TIME Answer: Regular salad dressingTo absorb fat soluble vitamins like Vitamins E and K in vegetables you need to consume them with a fat to aid nutrient absorption fiber and fat and will keep you feeling fuller longer Chisholm sentenced for murdering his brother: A Manvel alumni and others was working out plans for a respectful retirement of the name and ways to preserve and honor the tradition During the course of the star-studded evening 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The inputs that work for a phone,closed down indefinitely as the school authority has announced that? state and federal health officials confirmed The Indiana State Department of Health said the patient at Community Hospital in Munster is a male health care provider who had recently returned from a trip to Saudi Arabia where cases of the virus have been most prevalent since it was first identified in 2012 Researchers have been largely stumped by the origin and transmission patterns of the virus which looks like the flu as it has gradually spread around the Middle East It has been linked to both bats and increasingly camels but the reservoir remains elusive There have been more than 400 cases of the SARS-like virus scattered among a dozen countries nearly a third of which have been fatal Saudi Arabia has seen the bulk of the casesmore than 320 with some 94 deathsbut others have also appeared in Jordan Britain France and Italy Representatives from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Indiana’s state health department released details about the case in a briefing with reporters on Friday after a positive laboratory result was confirmed The man had arrived in Chicago from Saudi Arabia and then took a bus to Indiana (Public Health England later said it was advised of a passenger now confirmed to have MERS who was on British Airways Flight 262 when it arrived at London’s Heathrow Airport on April 24 The man then boarded American Airlines Flight 99 to Chicago) On April 27 the man began experiencing respiratory symptoms like shortness of breath coughing and a fever He went to the emergency room the next day and was admitted as a patient to Community Hospital where he received immediate care and was placed in isolation Hospital officials said in a statement on May 3 the patient remained hospitalized “in good condition” and is improving each day “The swift diagnosis and precautionary measures taken have undoubtedly greatly helped reduce the risk of this potentially serious virus spreading” said State Health Commissioner William VanNess II Staff at the hospital who had direct contact with the man before he was isolated were taken off duty and placed in temporary home isolation the statement added They will be allowed to return to work once the incubation period is overit could take up to two weeks for symptoms of MERS to appearand their laboratory results are negative No additional cases of MERS have been identified It remains unclear how the man became infected how many people he was in close contact with and whether those people became ill British and US health officials said they had contacted other passengers on the flights but asserted the risk of infection between them appears low (MORE: A Deep Look Inside the Battle Against MERS) Public health experts have warned for months that it could be only a matter of time before a case appeared in the states “Its something weve predicted and expected” said Peter Daszak president of EcoHealth Alliance a New York-based organization that patrols the animal-human health border and has worked closely with researchers looking for MERS’ origin Daszak said he remains concerned the virus is widespread in camels in Saudi Arabia and that it’s likely more rampant across the region where camels are common While the virus doesn’t pose a “high risk” to the public yet he said “people continue to get infected and travel with this virus Thats the concern for something that may have the ability to evolve into a pandemic risk” Dr Ian Lipkin an epidemiology professor at Columbia University and a leading researcher in the hunt for the virus’ origin and pattern of transmission said he wasn’t surprised either that a case has appeared in the US and originated in Saudi Arabia Officials in Egypt just diagnosed their first case and other infected people have recently traveled from either Saudi Arabia or the United Arab Emirates to the Philippines Malaysia and Greece But the caseload in the Kingdom jumped 89 percent in April highlighting whether its Ministry of Health is doing enough to find the reservoir and warn the public about any threat In a rare move in late April King Abdullah dismissed the health minister without an official explanation The position was quickly filled by Labor Minister Adel Faqih who immediately promised “transparency and to promptly provide the media and society with the information needed” Saudi Arabia has come under fire for its handling of MERS as months pass with little or no progress made on nabbing its origin or how it spreads to people “It’s a difficult place in which to work” Lipkin said “but there’s optimism that the change in leadership may be productive” Contact us at [email protected]: The bodies of all four members of an Indian family which perished when their sport utility vehicle plunged into a river in California earlier this month have been found the authorities said Searchers recovered the submerged bodies of Sandeep Thottapilly 41 and his daughter Saachi 9 from the Eel River in Leggett California on Sunday the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement on Monday Police officers guard the cordoned off area around the home of Sergei Skripal Reuters A body recovered last week was later identified as Thottapilly’s wife Soumya 38 The body of the couple’s son Siddhant 12 was discovered around 4 pm on Monday He was the last to be found ABC-owned TV station KABC cited the authorities as saying The family were on a road trip to Oregon and were returning to their home in California when they went missing They were reported missing on 8 April when they failed to show up for a visit at their relatives place in San Jose Bodies of Thottapilly and his daughter were found inside the SUV lying submerged between 4 and 6 feet of water The smell of gasoline coming from the water led divers to the vehicle the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office said The vehicle was encased in a large amount of sediment from the river current and it took hours for the car to be towed out leading to the removal of the two bodies the sheriff’s office was cited as saying by the New York Times The boy’s body was found about six miles north of where the family’s vehicle was said to have crashed The California Highway Patrol said it did not believe there was any foul play The family’s maroon Honda Pilot was seen falling into the river in northern Mendocino County from a pullout during an 6 April rainstorm They had been travelling south from Oregon along Highway 101 when the incident occurred officials said "The vehicle attempted to pull over to the shoulder into a big pullout and the vehicle came close to coming to a stop but ended up going over the edge and into the river" said Lt Randy England of the California Highway Patrol Last week investigators found personal items belonging to the Thottapilly family in the Eel River Authorities said they found "various personal items consistent with a family travelling on vacation" during the course of the two-day search They said that relatives of the Thottapilly family positively identified the items as belongings of their family members Malik Burnett, 3, Local stores have contributed to the massive piles of food, which is made in house. 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