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Farm exports surge in six months


Vietnam’s agriculture, aquaculture and forestry exports reached US$12 billion during the first half of this year, a year-on-year increase of 38.7 per cent, said the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. During that period, agricultural ...

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Canada cuts wheat harvest hopes – for a third time


Canadian farm officials, for a third time, cut their estimate for the domestic wheat harvest, dashing hopes of a recovery in exports from, historically, the world’s third-ranked shipper of the grain. Canada’s farm ministry, AAFC, ...

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BPEX: Pig leadership awards


Ten pig unit supervisors received leadership awards at the end of the first BPEX leadership programme for the South. Their training, on the BPEX/Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) Development Programme, has helped them boost ...

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Dairy reform necessary, U.S. ag chief says


When farm milk prices plummeted in 2009, causing thousands of dairy farms to fail, the situation inspired what could become major policy reforms at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Depending on whom you ask, the ...

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Survey of farm use of water


FARMERS and growers will be surveyed on how much water they use, what they do to conserve it and how they could be affected by climate change. The NFU is launching its Water Survey, which ...

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Illinois Soybean Association recognizes two Pike County farmers


BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — The Illinois Soybean Association recognized two Pike County farmers Sunday at its annual meeting. Mark Sprague of Hull was presented with the 2011 Excellence in Environmental Stewardship Award, and Philip Bradshaw of ...

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These cows are the cream of the crop!


MILK produced by cows on a farm in Over Hulton are champion — and they have the rosettes to prove it. Farmer Michael Partington, who owns and runs Dearden’s Farm, in Manchester Road, Over Hulton, ...

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Pig poo powers plant to keep porkers sizzling


PIGS living on a farm near Morpeth won’t need blankets to keep them warm thanks to a state-of-the-art facility which converts their dung into green energy. The £1.2million anaerobic digestion plant is the first in ...

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Elders lifts cloud over Aus-Indonesia cattle trade


Elders dispelled some of the cloud over Australia’s cattle exports to its biggest customer, Indonesia, by confirming the first shipment since a ban imposed on animal welfare grounds was lifted three weeks ago. The farm ...

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Old field farm seeks manager


Old Field Farm explores the interaction and mutual benefit of art and agricultural practices, where a diversified culture for both plants and animals can thrive. Old Field Farm/Art and Agriculture consists of 160 acres of ...

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