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Silicon to spinach: Japan tech helps farmers cope with climate
Reuters India - 7 Hours ago
By Sophie Knight SHIZUOKA/OSAKA Japan (Reuters) - Japanese technology firms are applying their expertise in energy-saving and cloud technology to help farmers cope with shifting weather patterns, an
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Can eating meat be eco-friendly?
BBC - 10 Hours ago
Every year we raise and eat 65 billion animals, that's nine animals for every person on the globe, and it's having a major impact on our planet. So what meat should we eat if we want to be eco-friendly
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Reuters Daily Agricultural Markets Brief - August 20
Reuters Africa - 6 Hours ago
To access the newsletter, click on the link: here You can also read Reuters Daily Agriculture Markets Brief via TOPNEWS Agricultural Commodities page or if you would like to receive this newsletter through
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Corn Drops as Tour Samples Show Harvest Is ‘Looking Fantastic’
BusinessWeek - 6 Hours ago
Corn dropped as field samples taken on a tour of growing regions across the U.S. bolstered optimism that output in the world’s biggest producer will reach a record. Corn for December delivery lost as
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GRAINS-Corn edges lower on U.S. crop tour findings
Reuters Africa - 11 Hours ago
SYDNEY, Aug 20 (Reuters) - U.S. corn futures fell on Wednesday, giving back all of the gains from the previous session, as findings from a widely watched U.S. crop tour reaffirmed bumper supplies.
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CNBC - 12 Hours ago
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Five Maine agricultural companies to share $471,571 in federal grants [Bangor Daily
BusinessWeek - 12 Hours ago
Aug. 20--PORTLAND, Maine -- Five Maine companies will share nearly half a million dollars in federal grants aimed at preserving rural jobs at companies that process or add to agricultural products. The
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Dairy prices slip to 2-year low
New Zealand Herald - 12 Hours ago
A milk tanker leaves the Te Rapa Fonterra Dairy Factory. Photo / Christine Cornege Dairy prices showed signs of stabilising at the latest GlobalDairyTrade auction overnight, with the main price index
Dairy prices slip to two-year low 3 News
Dairy product prices slip to two-year low Yahoo! Xtra Business
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Farmers concerned by beef prices and age limits
RTE Online - 6 Hours ago
About 53% of Irish beef exports go to the United Kingdom Farmers have expressed concern over changes reportedly planned by some British retailers to the specifications of beef they are prepared to buy.
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Dairy Forage Seminars
AgWeb.com - 6 Hours ago
The World Forage Analysis Superbowl has winning forage samples on display at the east end of the Arena Building. Forage experts from the U.S. Dairy Forage Research Center and University of Wisconsin-Madison
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"Bob Evans Farms, Inc. - Strategy and SWOT Report" Published
PR inside - 6 Hours ago
(PR-inside.com) Bob Evans Farms, Inc. - SWOT Analysis company profile is the essential source for top-level company data and information. Bob Evans Farms, Inc. - SWOT Analysis examines the company's key
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Better than average corn/soybean yields in Nebraska & IndianaDay 2 results from
Farm Week Now - 6 Hours ago
Day 2 results from the Pro Farmer Crop Tour indicate crop yields are improving across the Midwest. In Indiana, tour scouts say the corn crop there may average 185 bushels per acre -- that's almost
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EU to help farmers hit by Russian food ban
Deutsche Welle - 6 Hours ago
The European Union would pay fruit and vegetable farmers 125 million euros ($167.3 milllion) to help soften the impact of Russia's embargo on most Western foods, the European Commission said Monday.
EU to help farmers hit by Russian import ban Deutsche Welle
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Agriculture tax could hurt farmers - experts
The Observer Uganda - 9 Hours ago
Experts have said the Value Added Tax (VAT) on farm inputs could hurt Uganda’s agricultural sector. While discussing the impact of the tax at a recent workshop organised by the Makerere University-based
Uganda: Agriculture Tax Could Hurt Farmers - Experts AllAfrica.com
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Leora Olive Colegrove Starks
Sun Gazette - 6 Hours ago
Leora "Tweet" Olive Colegrove Starks, 92, of Mansfield, passed into eternity on Monday, Aug. 18, 2014. Visitation 1 to 2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 22, 2014, from at Buckheit Funeral Chapel and Crematory, Inc.,
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Cambodia has 1.9 mln agricultural households: census
Xinhua News Agency - 7 Hours ago
PHNOM PENH, Aug. 20 (Xinhua) -- Cambodia has approximately 1.9 million agricultural households with about 8.5 million people, or 57 percent of the country's 14.96 million people, according to the first-ever
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Important annual meet for farmers
Gisborne Herald - 7 Hours ago
BEEF and Lamb New Zealand’s eastern North Island farmer council will hold its annual meeting and dinner in Gisborne on August 29. The seven regional farmer councils nationwide are required to hold an
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Automated system improves efficiency at meat packing plant
Ferret.com.au - 7 Hours ago
A German meat processing factory has implemented an integrated software solution from CSB-System International to deliver high levels of automation and efficiency, and ensure optimal process flow. Following
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Silicon to Spinach: Japan Tech Helps Farmers Cope With Climate Shifts
NDTV - 7 Hours ago
Japanese technology firms are applying their expertise in energy-saving and cloud technology to help farmers cope with shifting weather patterns, an onslaught of cheaper imports and a shrinking workforce.
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Crimean poultry farm to be purchased by compulsory...
WorldPoultry.net - 9 Hours ago
Yuzhnaya Holding, a poultry farm of Avangardco, the largest producer of shell eggs and dry egg products in Ukraine, is to be purchased by compulsory order, the Minister of Agriculture of the Crimea Nikolay
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$75 million upgrade at Port Kembla will double its grain export and make handling
ABC Online - 9 Hours ago
Grain exports out of Port Kembla at Wollongong in New South Wales will double from next year, with a $75 million expansion. A consortium of grain traders Noble, Cargill and Emerald, under the name Quattro
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Saudi - ADM OSN announce collaboration for airing subscription-based channels
MENAFN - 9 Hours ago
(MENAFN - Arab News) As part of a collaboration between Abu Dhabi Media (ADM) one of the fastest growing multi-platform media and entertainment organisations in the Middle East and OSN the region's major
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03:33 Scotland's farmers urged to stay in the UK
NewsRT.co.uk - 10 Hours ago
At a campaign meeting in Stirling livestock market yesterday they highlighted five key benefits for farming and food businesses from staying in the UK. l Keeping the pound and the currency union; l Keeping
Scotland's farmers urged to stay in the UK NewsRT.co.uk
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Police have searched the offices of Finnish dairy company Valio, one of the European
St. Petersburg Times Russia - 10 Hours ago
Wednesday, Aug. 20 AmCham gets back to business after a summer hiatus with today’s EHS Committee Working Group Meeting . Check their website for more details. Thursday, Aug. 21 Time is running
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Hoosier Farmers Harvest Federal...
Inside INdiana Business - 10 Hours ago
Connersville-based Jacobs & Brichford LLC co-owner Leslie Jacobs says a round of grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows the government recognizes the importance of small farmers creating
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