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  Buckeye Nutrition: We Feed the Champions!
Buckeye Feeds are methodically researched and tested to find the most palatable, balanced formulas possible.
Buckeye Feeds meet the important dietary demands for both energy and protein.
Buckeye's high quality GOLD'N SHOW FEEDS are manufactured with the highest quality ingredients available in the industry.
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  Buckeye   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ohio is known as the "Buckeye State," the Ohio Buckeye is the official state tree, and Ohioans in general, but especially those associated with Ohio State University, are known as "buckeyes." The origin of this nickname, which dates from early pioneer days, is not completely known.
During the campaign, hundreds of buckeye walking sticks and canes were distributed, and buckeye log cabins built on wagons as floats appeared in parades in many towns and villages.
The Ohio Buckeye was popularly accepted as the State's symbol during the late 1800s and the first half of the twentieth century, but it was not formally adopted by the Ohio legislature as the State Tree until 1953, on the occasion of Ohio's 150th anniversary of statehood.
www.biosci.ohio-state.edu /~herb/buckeye.htm   (819 words)

  
 Buckeye
Buckeye is the name given to trees and shrubs of the genus Aesculus.
The horsechestnut, red buckeye, bottlebrush buckeye, and painted buckeye are all planted for their showy flowers.
The Ohio buckeye is the state tree of Ohio.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/bu/Buckeye.html   (97 words)

  
 What is a Buckeye?
The first recorded use of the term Buckeye to refer to a resident of the area was in 1788, some 15 years before Ohio became a state.
He proudly carried the Buckeye nickname for the rest of his life and it gradually spread to his companions and to other local settlers.
A round white decal, about the size of a quarter, with a green depiction of a buckeye leaf is applied to Ohio State football helmets for big plays and consistency on the field.
ohiostatebuckeyes.cstv.com /genrel/buckeye.html   (254 words)

  
 Buckeye Powered Parachutes - About Buckeye Powered Parachutes
Buckeye was the first to introduce the single engine/single propeller concept in 1986.
Buckeye was the first powered parachute manufacturer to incorporate frontal bars in 1998.
Buckeye was the first to introduce APCO and ELAN parachute manufacturers to the industry in 1998.
www.buckeyeaviation.com /about.htm   (597 words)

  
 Buckeye Arizona Real Estate Homes for Sale MLS Access Call Carl Chapman 623-979-5962
Buckeye is Arizona’s biggest “small town.” Buckeye is accessible from Interstate 10 and State Highway 85.
Buckeye is far enough from Phoenix to be out of the traffic, yet close enough to receive the metropolitan advantages.
Buckeye is a desirable place to call home, away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
www.arizonan.com /Buckeye/default.htm   (1665 words)

  
 Town of Buckeye   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Town of Buckeye grew by 368 percent from 1990 to 2004.
Buckeye is conveniently located just north and south of Interstate 10, on the western side of the metro area, allowing convenient trucking access to the Los Angeles area.
The Town of Buckeye is served by two major fiber/telecom providers, giving consumers in the area two excellent choices from which to purchase their communication needs.
www.gpec.org /eresponse/buckeye.htm   (529 words)

  
 Buckeye Cabins
Ohio buckeye is found growing on fertile, moist soils of bottomlands and river banks throughout most of Ohio but less commonly in the eastern half of the state.
The early settlers found the buckeye wood to be lightweight (28 pounds per cubic foot as compared to 75 pounds per cubic foot for oak), to be readily split, and to be easily carved or whittled.
As a result, citizens of Ohio became known as "Buckeyes." The buckeye tree was officially adapted as the state tree on October 2, 1953.
www.buckeyecabins.com /FunFacts.htm   (860 words)

  
 Buckeye Lake State Park   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Buckeye Lake, constructed as a canal feeder lake in 1826, is Ohio's oldest state park.
The 3,100-acre Buckeye Lake is designated as an unlimited horsepower lake, but pontoons, sailboats, canoes and rowboats are also common.
The large area of fine clay sediment in the Buckeye Lake region indicates that the glacial lake was broader than the present man-made lake.
www.dnr.state.oh.us /parks/parks/buckeye.htm   (1066 words)

  
 buckeye butterfly   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The buckeye is a medium-sized butterfly with two large multicolored eyespots on hindwings and one large eyespot on forewings.
The buckeye is often seen perching on protruding branches or resting on bare ground.
Buckeye caterpillars like to eat plants from the snapdragon family including snapdragon (Antirrhinum) and toadflax (Linaria); the plantain family including plantains (Plantago); and the acanthus family including ruellia (Ruellia nodiflora).
www.ivyhall.district96.k12.il.us /4th/kkhp/1insects/buckeye.html   (379 words)

  
 The Buckeye Chronicles - Buckeye nickname
Ohio, the Buckeye State, received its nickname because of the many buckeye trees that once covered its hills and plains.
Editor's note: Early uses of the term “buckeye” applied to a person are attributed to the era of General Rufus Putnam and the Ohio Company’s landing at the Muskingum and Ohio where Marietta was founded.
Buckeye Nuts - the "lucky charms" attributed to the buckeye, from the The Lucky W Amulet Archive
www.lkwdpl.org /buckeye/buck01.htm   (418 words)

  
 Buckeye, Arizona - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Based on the 2005 Maricopa County Census Survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, the 2005 population of Buckeye was estimated to be 25,406.
Due to the amount of land that the Town of Buckeye has annexed or plans to annex (up to 600 square miles), the population may increase to over that of the current population of Phoenix itself.
Buckeye plans to have almost two million residents by the year 2030, which would make it the largest suburb in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area and possibly the United States, surpassing Mesa which, by that time, will have been built out completely.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Buckeye,_Arizona   (628 words)

  
 Buckeye Local Schools - Senior High
The mission of Buckeye Senior High is to be a premier school that educates all students to reach their fullest potential to become life long learners and productive citizens.
Buckeye High School is a full accredited, comprehensive, four-year high school.
Of the 789 students at Buckeye High School this past year, 95 attended the Medina County Career Center.
www.buckeye.k12.oh.us /sh.htm   (205 words)

  
 Buckeye Trail
The separate legs rejoin in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park near Cleveland, and complete the trip to the lake.
The trail is maintained and managed by the Buckeye Trail Association, a private, non-profit volunteer organization.
The Buckeye Trail Association oversees management of the entire trail.
www.buckeyetrail.org   (1104 words)

  
 Buckeye - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The name used for several species of trees of the genus Aesculus, or the related Mexican Buckeye (genus Ungnadia).
The intercollegiate athletic teams of The Ohio State University are known as the Ohio State Buckeyes
Buckeye (PRR), named passenger train operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad between Cleveland, Ohio and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Buckeye   (170 words)

  
 Buckeye Nutrition: Dog & Cat:
Buckeye Chunks is a quality dog food for owners seeking a product with acceptable digestibility at an economical price.
Gold'N Bits is designed to meet the nutritional requirements of puppies, hunting, working, pregnant and nursing dogs.
Our modern manufacturing equipment thoroughly blends the various meats and cereal grains before they are extruded and cooked into the finished product.
www.buckeyenutrition.com /pet/index.html   (436 words)

  
 Buckeye® - material removal, power motors, and advanced drilling   (Site not responding. Last check: )
All Buckeye motors feature durable construction with precision heavy-duty bearings throughout, and multiple blade rotors for smooth power.
There is a wide range of speeds and torques as well as a choice of foot, face, or flange mounting.
Known for their durability on the toughest jobs, the Buckeye brand is viewed as one of the finest available.
www.coopertools.com /brands/buckeye   (262 words)

  
 Buckeye
In the midst of the agricultural land to be irrigated by the canal, Clanton gave a quarter section for a townsite.
When the post office was established two years later, it was set up in Clanton's house with his daughter as postmistress.
Curiously enough, although the town by 1895 was being referred to as Buckeye, deeds were made out under the name of Sydney until the town was incorporated c.
jeff.scott.tripod.com /Buckeye.html   (280 words)

  
 Buckeye Bucks Football   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Had Buckeye passed a couple of operating levies, I wouldn't have thought about leaving.
He took over a Buckeye program full of near misses and led them to playoff appearances in 2002, 2003 and 2005 — the only three in school history.
The Iron Antler Award which is awarded to a Buckeye Player that usually is a defensive stalwart went to Nick Tavernelli.
eteamz.active.com /buckeyebucks/index.cfm   (1500 words)

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