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Northern rain lifts cattle

PRIME cattle markets are on the move.

Grain lower, livestock lower

Grain futures were lower Wednesday on the Chicago Board of Trade.

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KUCHING: The Ministry of Modernisation of Agriculture will continue its contract farming programme to help farmers increase the production quality of vegetables and fruits.

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KUCHING: The Ministry of Modernisation of Agriculture will continue its contract farming programme to help farmers increase the production quality of vegetables and fruits.

Agriculture sector advances 1.3%

The Saudi stock market continued its positive movement and managed a fourth straight rise on Wednesday, accumulating more than 56 points.

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American Bankers Assn. National Ag Bankers Conference ... Nov. 9-12 ... Omaha, NE

Aus live cattle bound for Cambodia

AUSTRALIAN live cattle exporters have warmly welcomed news today that Cambodia is now open for Australian live cattle exports.

Russia reveals huge cost of Western food ban

Russia's agriculture minister warned Wednesday (Aug 20) that Moscow must spend billions of dollars in the coming years subsidising farmers in order to avoid a shortage caused by its ban on most Western foods.

Grain mixed the CBOT, cattle and pork lower on the CME

Grain futures were mixed Wednesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade.

Grain mixed the CBOT, cattle and pork lower on the CME

Grain futures were mixed Wednesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade.

Agriculture literacy efforts take center stage in new statewide organization

A new, statewide organization was launched recently aimed at helping Iowans understand more about how and where their food and fuel is produced.

Grain Mixed, Livestock Lower

Grain mixed the CBOT, cattle and pork lower on the CME

Russian Sanctions: Belarus Lifts Import Ban on European Cattle

Belarus has cancelled a ban on live cattle from the European Union, as it looks to increase its exports to Russia. This move comes in the same week that Russia said it would permit the import of foodstuffs from the EU which had been processed in Belarus. Reuters records the head of Belarus' veterinary surveillance body, Yuri Pivovarchuk, as saying: "On the basis of a letter from the World ...

Bunge Australia plans to build new bulk-grain export terminal in Geelong

A new bulk-grain export terminal would be built at Geelong - Victoria's fourth such terminal - under a proposal revealed on Wednesday by grain marketer Bunge Australia.

Farming families looking forward to exhibiting at the Denbigh and Flint Show

TRADITION is important to the farmers who will be exhibiting at this year’s show. Bryn Lloyd, who took part in his first Denbigh and Flint Show in 1978, aged 14, and his nephew Sion Roberts are planning to exhibit commercial cattle.

Russian Grain Trader Beating Cargill to Olam as Exports Surge

Russia’s OOO Trading House RIF beat international competitors from Olam International Ltd. (OLAM) to Cargill Inc. to become the country’s second-largest grain exporter after it boosted shipments more than eightfold.

Innovations: Gateway bug: How crickets could hook America on eating insects

Here's why you should stop being grossed out and embrace a sustainable, nutritious food.

Agricultural budget will be a permanent feature: Minister

The budgetary allocation to agriculture and allied sectors, including free power subsidy and loan waiver, would be between Rs.10,000 crore and Rs.20,000 crore, according to Agriculture Minister P....

Malaysia Enhances Agricultural Cooperation With Asean Countries

KOTA KINABALU, Aug 20 (Bernama) -- Malaysia, through the Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Ministry, will expand and strengthen cooperation among Asean countries in agriculture and forestry sectors in three special meetings over four days starting yesterday.

Insect Farming Is Taking Shape as Demand for Animal Feed Rises

As the world grows hungrier for animal protein, insects could be the new way to feed livestock. Most farmers go to great lengths to keep insects at bay. For a growing cadre of livestock and fish producers though, bugs have never been so welcome.

Farming's future the focus of Ag Show

THIS year’s premier agricultural event promises to showcase farming innovations and highlight the importance of the industry.

Cattle rescue after fire

Thousands of cows are being trucked to safety after fire ripped through a Kimberley pastoral station, turning their food supply to ashes.

Agrobank to offer own trade finance services

NILAI: Agrobank further strengthen its foothold as the country's leading agriculture bank by becoming the first Development Financial Institution (DFI) in Malaysia to offer its own trade finance services.

Celebrating at Cow on the Corner

Proud of their farming roots, about 100 people gathered at Brunswick’s Cow on the Corner on August 10 to promote the International Year of Family Farming — the theme of this year’s Brunswick Show.

U.S. livestock: Profit-taking undercuts CME live cattle

Chicago | Reuters – Chicago Mercantile Exchange live cattle futures closed lower on Tuesday, weighed down by profit-taking that pared morning gains and snapped the market’s three-day winning streak.

Grain export boost for Geelong

A BULK grain export terminal will be built in Geelong, providing up to 100 jobs during construction.

Osceola, Deseret draw plans for metropolis near OIA

Osceola County and Central Florida's Deseret Ranches, one of the nation's biggest cattle operations, will lay formal groundwork as soon as this week for a metropolis of tomorrow so large it nearly defies imagination.

Grain mixed and livestock higher

Grain futures were mostly higher Tuesday on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for Dec delivery rose 4.25 cents to $5.4675 a bushel; Dec corn was .75 cent higher at 3.7225 a bushel; Dec oats were .75 cent ...

Local ranches clean up at O’Keefe rodeo

Douglas Lake Ranch made it a clean sweep at the 22nd Annual O’Keefe Ranch Hand Rodeo, taking the top three places at the two-day competition held August 2 and 3 outside Vernon.

Ukraine to lose 15 pct of grain crop in violence-hit regions

* Donetsk, Luhansk regions harvested 3.5 mln T of grains in 2013 * Donetsk, Luhansk have harvested 2.9 mln T so far in 2014 * Cargill says reports of a fire at one of its Donetsk silos (Adds detail, context on harvest in affected regions) MOSCOW/KIEV, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Ukraine will lose 15 percent of its grain crop in two violence-hit regions in the country's east, a spokesman for Ukrainian ...

Beef to go sky-high

CATTLE prices are expected to surge 40 per cent if predicted drought-breaking rain arrives in northern Australia.

Exports boom as live beef tops $1b

LIVE cattle exports from Australia in 2013-14 increased 79 per cent on the previous year.

Agriculture Secretary Urges Public to Help Keep Foreign Beetle from Entering Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG, Pa., Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Agriculture Secretary George Greig today encouraged Pennsylvanians to protect the commonwealth tree population by spotting, collecting and submitting suspected Asian longhorned beetles to experts. "Many Pennsylvanians are aware of the threat that invasive species pose to our state's timber, maple syrup and tourism industries, but ...

Second Annual We Heart Local Awards Celebrates BC's Passion for Local Food & Agriculture

The BC Agriculture Council and We Heart Local are excited to announce that the second annual We Heart Local Awards officially opens today! The We Heart Local Awards invites people across BC to nominate ...

Vegalab Products Developed by David Selakovic's Lab Team Benefit Rooftop Farming

In recent years urban farming has become more and more popular in cities all over the world. And while the climate and weather challenges differ from country to country, there is one thing all metropolises ...

Agriculture ministry to seek additional funds for marketing subsidy

The ministry of agriculture has sought an additional assistance of Rs 1,000 core towards subsidy for new projects under the Agriculture Marketing Infrastructure under the umbrella scheme of “Integrated Scheme for Agricultural Marketing” (ISAM).

Edmonton launches backyard chicken farming pilot project

It seems Edmonton may be ready to exchange the nickname of the "City of Champions" in for the "City of Chickens." According to the Edmonton Journal, Alberta's capital has approved a pilot project that will allow residents to keep hens … Continue reading →

Clashes between Madagascar police, cattle rustlers kill 15

Clashes between armed bands of cattle rustlers and security forces have left 15 people dead in Madagascar including two paramilitary policemen, officials said Sunday. The village tradition of young Malagasy men stealing prized humped zebu cattle to prove their virility and valour took a bloody turn after two separate incidents in the south-east of the island nation. Known as dahalos, about 80 of ...

Wickhambrook: How Claydon Drills has revolutionised the finances of arable farming

On a farmyard in the depths of the Suffolk countryside, a farming family has developed a remarkable diversification which is taking the agricultural world by storm. Claydon Drills is revolutionising how farmers farm with its innovative approach to drilling seeds. SARAH CHAMBERS visited its production plant at Wickhambrook, near Newmarket.

Plan to keep 3 Southwest Florida ranch properties unbuilt gains steam

A bid to protect three ranches in Sarasota and Manatee counties from development got preliminary

Massive, Multi-million Dollar Farms For Sale

From $100 million-plus ranches to recreational gentleman’s farms, these luxe estates offer a slice of high-brow country living.

IRS Stampedes A Cattle Shelter

IRS ignores passive activity and at-risk problems and attacks with "not for profit" rule. End result may be much worse for taxpayer.

Ranchers hoping state will help preserve land

10 ranches covering 13,116 acres in Sarasota, Manatee and DeSoto counties are included in two new applications to the state's Florida Forever land conservation program.

Grain, Crude Oil Prices Fall, But Relief For Consumers Likely Limited

(Kitco News) - Grain and crude oil supplies are growing and weighing on futures prices, but the impact on consumers may be limited as other factors remain in the marketplace.

Letter splits ranchers association

Twelve ranchers involved in nine ranches resigned from the Point Reyes Seashore Ranchers Association on July 26, saying a recent letter sent to the park service that requested consideration of the use of soon-to-be vacant Drakes Bay Oyster Company’s buildings lacked proper input from membership. That letter, drafted by a...

Press Release

SOUTHWEST RANCHES Fla. Aug. 12 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Bankers Healthcare Group a leading provider of innovative financing solutions for healthcare professionals has begun work on a new corporate headquarters located in Davie Fla. Plans include renovating two buildings to create four floors of workstations and meeting rooms as well as recreation facilities a cafe and fitness center.

Bankers Healthcare Group Announces Plans For New Corporate Headquarters

SOUTHWEST RANCHES, Fla., Aug. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Bankers Healthcare Group, a leading provider of innovative financing solutions for healthcare professionals, has begun work on a new corporate headquarters located in Davie, Fla. Plans include renovating two buildings to create four floors of workstations and meeting rooms, as well as recreation facilities, a cafe and fitness center. "The ...

Norway fish farming shares hit as Russia's ban threatens biggest market

Shares of Oslo-listed fish farming stocks tumbled on Thursday after Russia announced plans to ban fish imports, depriving salmon producers of their biggest market and threatening a solid year buoyed by record high fish prices. Norway's Marine Harvest, controlled by shipping tycoon John Fredriksen, tumbled 10 percent, Salmar fell 9 percent and Grieg Seafood fell 7.4 percent on the likely loss of ...

Panthers Prey on Ranchers' Calves, but Amount Varies, UF/IFAS Research Shows

Study looked at panther behavior at two Florida cattle ranches, confirmed calf predation as a problem.

Rebounding Florida panther population killing ranchers' calves, says study

Researchers documented Florida panthers killing 11 calves from two cattle ranches. Should US Fish and Wildlife Service compensate ranchers for lost cows?
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