• Libya: FAO concludes the fourth capacity-building training with Libyan partners in Alzintan 19 Nov 2019 12:51 Libya – 29-31 October 2019 The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and its local partners concluded the fourth training workshop on fighting Zoonotic diseases in Libya, implemented in the framework of the Emergency Assistance for …
  • Oilpatch workers pivot to agribusinesses as sector grows 19 Nov 2019 12:25 Mark Shillingford conducted interviews last week for job openings at his company’s office in Quarry Park, with many applicants coming out of the oil and gas sector. That’s not a surprise in an energy city such as Calgary. But Shillingford is the director …
  • Study measures impact of agriculture on diet of wild mammals 19 Nov 2019 12:18 Margays (Leopardus wiedii), small wild cats living in forest areas fragmented by agriculture near Campinas and Botucatu in São Paulo State, Brazil, prey on animals inhabiting nearby sugarcane plantations such as birds and small rodents. The diet of other …
  • EAC manufacturing not ready for industrial revolution, experts say 19 Nov 2019 12:09 The East African Community (EAC) is not ready for the fourth industrial revolution even as the wave sweeps across the world. This is according to experts who spoke at an industrial conference at the EAC Secretariat in Arusha this week organised by the …
  • Interior, Health ministries the most corrupt: EACC survey 19 Nov 2019 11:58 By IBRAHIM ORUKO More by this Author The Interior ministry has retained its position as the most corrupt government entity in a survey done by the anti-corruption watchdog in 2018. The report that the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) launched …
  • Garden Club of Weddington presents scholarship to Union Academy 19 Nov 2019 11:56 Aliene Sparkman, Michael Alexander, Dawn Egnaczak show off the check. Photo courtesy of Union Academy MONROE – The Garden Club of Weddington presented Union Academy agriculture teacher Michael Alexander with a check for $1,500 to enhance horticulture …
  • Forest damage costs far more than thought 19 Nov 2019 11:55 Tropical forest damage is bad enough. New thinking suggests it could prove far more ruinous in terms of the climate crisis. LONDON, 19 November, 2019 – We know already that human activities are causing devastating forest damage. Now a new study shows the …
  • Agriculture dept. holds internal probe for possible collusion with traders 19 Nov 2019 10:34 Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, November 19) – Agriculture Secretary William Dar said on Tuesday that they are probing their ranks on possible collusion with traders over rampant smuggling. "Maraming kuntsabahan 'yan. Meron kaming iniimbestigahan, …
  • Corn finally reaches black layer 19 Nov 2019 09:01 Finding a black layer on kernels this year was almost like finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. For a while, it appeared as if this final growth stage might be that elusive. Late planting and periods of cool weather interspersed among very …
  • Diane Smith receives 2019 Key Partner Award 19 Nov 2019 09:01 Diane Smith, executive director of the Michigan Apple Committee, received the 2019 Key Partner Award from Michigan State University Extension during its annual conference Oct. 29 in Traverse City. The award acknowledges those who have made significant …
  • How to evaluate 2020 hybrids 19 Nov 2019 09:01 We have seen dramatic differences in yield among various seed corn hybrids this fall. We harvest our own side-by-side plots each year. What else do you recommend to take this critical decision to the next level in 2020?  T. C. - South Dakota Seed selection …
  • Farm workshops to focus on crop insurance, marketing 19 Nov 2019 09:01 Upcoming Nebraska Extension workshops will help farmers develop marketing plans for 2020. "Risk and Reward: Using Crop Insurance and Marketing to Manage Farm Survival" will be presented in Scottsbluff, North Platte, West Point and Clay Center in …
  • Consider using a basis contract for corn 19 Nov 2019 09:01 Farmers who have unpriced corn might want to consider using a basis contract to market at least a portion of those bushels. An attractive basis in December and the need for cash flow will be the main drivers for year-end sales. Most of the cash price …
  • Emotions come with selling the family farm 19 Nov 2019 09:01 I drive by their house. Horses are in the pasture. A swing set is in the yard. And I can’t help but wonder what their first Christmas will be like. Will they have cookies in the oven? Will the back of the barn have a star lit up that only they can see? I …
  • Geologists want more studies of Arbuckle Formation 19 Nov 2019 09:01 The Kansas Geological Survey would like to know a little more about the Arbuckle Formation, the prolific oil-producing formation that is the deepest rock layer underlying much of Kansas. In a panel presentation at the Governor’s Conference on the Future of …
  • Challenges of 2019 prompt ideas for crop management next season 19 Nov 2019 09:01 The 2019 growing season will be looked back on as the year of plan B, with farmers across not just Minnesota but much of the Midwest forced to make frequent and major adjustments. While contingency plans are a regular part of farming, this past year posed …
  • High schools using simulators for livestock training 19 Nov 2019 09:01 The days of the high-school field trip to the farm may be numbered. Or more limited. With falling budgets and rising concerns over liability, students don't get the same "real-world" chance to engage with agriculture on a deeper level than a …
  • When is a Clean Water Act permit needed? 19 Nov 2019 09:01 The issue of whether a Clean Water Act permit is needed when a pollutant originates from a point source and reaches a navigable water of the United States by virtue of groundwater, a non-point source, was argued Nov. 6, 2019, in the U.S. Supreme Court. The …
  • Profitability, land and passion for the countryside: the magic triangle of agriculture’s generational renewal 19 Nov 2019 08:27 In Spain and across the European Union, more than 90% of farmers are close to the retirement age, meaning that the problem of generational renewal poses a serious problem. Finding a solution depends on the combination of a magical triangle: access to land, …
  • Here's a simple tool to hedge feeder cattle 19 Nov 2019 07:55 There exists a simple tool that might make hedging your calves easy and more profitable. Darwin Pluhar, formerly a hedge manager for a large cattle feeder and now a rancher with his wife near Canyon, Texas, refers to his method "one tool, one rule.…
  • Increasing sustainability 19 Nov 2019 07:55 Nestle Purina PetCare will work alongside Land O'Lakes SUSTAIN, the sustainability solutions business of Land O'Lakes, Inc., to help farmers improve their sustainability. The two will use the Truterra Insights Engine, an on-farm conservation …
  • Sorghum pioneer recognized 19 Nov 2019 07:55 The U.S. Grains Council recently recognized Nathan Boardman for 40 years of service with the U.S. Grains Council. Boardman was a pioneer in developing and producing hybrid grain sorghum seeds. He first joined the council as a representative of the American …
  • Spraying could go easier with these new products 19 Nov 2019 07:55 Farm Progress staff Good weed control starts with a sprayer that lets you cover acres in a timely manner and apply herbicides effectively. The companies that make everything from complete sprayers to tiny valves and nozzles that help those sprayers do …
  • 48 appointed to United Soybean Board 19 Nov 2019 07:54 USDA appointed 43 members and five alternates to serve three-year terms on the United Soybean Board. Newly appointed members: Alabama – Wendy S. Yeager, Orville Arkansas – Derek Haigwood, Newport Delaware – Cory Atkins, Seaford Illinois – Doug Winter, Mill …
  • Regenerative agriculture means more than just the soil 19 Nov 2019 07:54 When I was very young, I loved dragging our old German shepherd dog, Princess, to the top of big alfalfa haystacks piled along the cattle manger near the milk barn in the wintertime. After I had fed the baby calves and gathered eggs, I would plop down on …
  • 12 proven ideas to prepare for 2020 crop season 19 Nov 2019 07:54 Every growing season teaches new lessons. The accumulation of lessons is called “experience.” Younger farmers can learn from experienced farmers about ideas that work and don’t have to learn everything by themselves. Following are 12 proven ideas to …
  • Do cover crops affect corn, soybean disease? 19 Nov 2019 07:54 A multistate experiment that recently received a major grant will examine how planting cover crops on farm fields affects plant disease, pests and weeds. Alison Robertson, Iowa State University Extension plant pathologist, will lead a portion of the …
  • New cover crop guides cater to Nebraska growers 19 Nov 2019 07:54 The Midwest Cover Crops Council, in cooperation with Nebraska Extension, has published two new guides with recipes for integrating cover crops into more traditional crop rotations practiced in Nebraska. "The guides offer a starting point for growers …
  • Durum association presents 2019 awards, scholarships 19 Nov 2019 07:54 Congratulations to the U.S. Durum Growers Association 2019 Amber Award winners and its scholarship recipients. Amber Awards Jay Fisher, Minot, N.D., and Russell Doe, Reeder, N.D., both received 2019 Amber Awards. The Amber Awards recognize individuals who …
  • Compeer Financial to host conference Dec. 12 in the Dells 19 Nov 2019 07:54 Compeer Financial, a member-owned Farm Credit cooperative serving Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota, is hosting the 2019 Resilient Farms Conference, a one-day event for farmers interested in increasing resiliency for their operations through new business …
  • H2Ohio plan launched to improve water quality 19 Nov 2019 07:01 On Nov. 14, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine outlined his framework for the use of H2Ohio funds to improve Ohio’s water quality. The Ohio Agriculture Conservation Initiative (OACI) brought together members from the agriculture, environmental, conservation and …
  • Agriculture Seed Treatment Market Global Insights and Trends 2019, Forecasts to 2025 19 Nov 2019 05:33 Nov 19, 2019 (Market Insight Reports via COMTEX) -- The Latest Research study offers deep evaluation of the Global Agriculture Seed Treatment Market and helps market participants to gain a strong foothold in the industry. It sheds light on critical market …
  • Agriculture Robots Market Analysis - Global Opportunities, Revenue, Demand and Geographical Forecast To 2026 19 Nov 2019 01:55 Nov 18, 2019 (Market Prediction via COMTEX) -- A new research report titled “Global Agriculture Robots market” successfully exhibits the complete scenario of the global and an individual analysis of the various regional segments. "Global Agriculture …
  • VIDEO: Butler Co. farmer and leader awarded NRRA’s “Service to Agriculture Award” 19 Nov 2019 01:18 NRRA annual meeting photo album  The Nebraska Rural Radio Association bestowed it’s prestigious “Service to Agriculture Award” Monday to Rising City farmer and leader Bart Ruth. NRRA President Ben Steffen of Humboldt presented the award during the NRRA’s …
  • NCMC agriculture students participate in state conference 19 Nov 2019 01:06 Monday Nov 18, 2019 at 9:39 AM Students who qualified for the national competition will compete at the National PAS Conference. Five agriculture students from North Central Missouri College (NCMC) participated in the Missouri Postsecondary Agriculture …
  • USDA crop progress: Corn harvest now at 76% 18 Nov 2019 23:15 The U.S. corn harvest is moving closer to completion, but nearly a quarter of the crop is still in the ground, according to the latest USDA crop progress report, out Monday afternoon. Corn harvest progress is now at 76% as of November 17, up from 66% a …
  • Texas A&M Controlled Environment Agriculture Conference 18 Nov 2019 23:14 Texas A&M AgriLife Research and AgriLife Extension invite you attend our first annual ‘Controlled Environment: Urban Agriculture’ conference designed for new and prospective growers interested in specialty crop production under controlled environment ( …
  • ‘Agroparks part of govt’s agriculture modernisation plan’ 18 Nov 2019 22:15 KUCHING: The government’s plan to develop and improve modern agriculture in the state includes the setting-up of agroparks, Urban Development and Resources Assistant Minister Datu Len Talif Salleh said. “We have two (agroparks) actually, one is across …
  • Valuing assets in transition 18 Nov 2019 21:41 A recent webcast to agriculture producers generated a question concerning farm business transition. The question presented was, “With many intergenerational business transitions happening these days, do you have any tips for valuing assets to be fair to …
  • 5 things I picked up at Agritechnica 18 Nov 2019 21:41 My feet have recovered. My brain may not. That was my first thought as I made the last trip through one of the buildings at Agritechnica near the end of the show. From startups to technology from established players, this show is chock full of brands and …
  • Big questions 18 Nov 2019 21:41 This harvest season has dragged on too long. Somebody should throw a party to celebrate the last bushel harvested. Then again, it might just interfere with a Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. Speaking of a late harvest, this brings to mind an important …
  • Afternoon Market Recap for Nov. 18, 2019 18 Nov 2019 21:41 Improving weather in South America, plus trade worries with China fuel Monday’s price drop Grains were mixed but mostly lower to start the week, with soybeans down around 1% on yield-boosting rains in Brazil and Argentina, plus some pessimism creeping into …
  • MOVES-Head of agriculture at French sugar group Tereos to leave - sources 18 Nov 2019 21:04 PARIS, Nov 18 (Reuters) - The head of agriculture at French sugar group Tereos is leaving the company, sources close to the matter said on Monday, the latest in a series of top management changes at the group in recent months. Tereos Agriculture Director …
  • Farm Progress America, November 18, 2019 18 Nov 2019 19:44 Max Armstrong shares that Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue has no regrets about moving two USDA offices from Washington, DC to the Kansas City area. The two agencies that moved are the Economic Research Service and the National Institute of Food and …
  • Morning Market Review for Nov. 18, 2019 18 Nov 2019 19:44 Is the recent correction process fully mature? Editor's Note: Today marks a milestone at Farm Futures as Bryce Knorr officially retires. Filling in until a new analyst is up to speed for the team is Duane Lowry, Ag View Solutions. You can learn more …
  • How to destroy your farm or ranch 18 Nov 2019 19:44 Most of us can justify our management decisions and actions, or at least make excuses. For example, I’ve got a friend in eastern Tennessee who clears $30,000 per year with his side-line body piercing business. He claims to beat me with his model as to …
  • Feedback From The Field - Nov. 18, 2019 18 Nov 2019 19:44 How were your crops this year? We’re asking growers about their yields to find out what really happened. Click the Feedback From The Field reporting form and give us your first-hand account on conditions. Use the interactive map below to see all this year’ …
  • Industrial hemp production previewed at Louisiana meeting 18 Nov 2019 19:44 Experts at a recent meeting about growing industrial hemp advised that the commodity can generate income, but they warned that it’s not without risk. About 500 people attended the LSU AgCenter meeting in Alexandria, La. Hemp has several uses. It can be …
  • Trade assistance will provide economic relief 18 Nov 2019 19:44 The National Cotton Council extended its thanks to the Trump administration after USDA announced details regarding the second tranche of Market Facilitation Program payments for the 2019 crop year. NCC Chairman Mike Tate, an Alabama cotton producer, said …
  • Trade issues indicate record rice imports 18 Nov 2019 19:44 Recent USDA reports indicate at least a slight imbalance between rice imports and exports. Imports are up and exports shown potential, but potential challenges loom over the market. Imports Bobby Coats, economist, Arkansas Department of Agriculture, says …
  • Volatility challenges rice industry infrastructure 18 Nov 2019 19:43 Volatility in Arkansas long-grain rice acreage places undue stress on industry infrastructure. And currently, near-term market indicators show slightly bullish prices, but a longer-term downside price trend remains intact, says an Arkansas agriculture …
  • Time runs short for wineries' tax relief 18 Nov 2019 19:43 As an end-of-year deadline looms, lawmakers are still amassing bipartisan support for a bill in Congress that would make permanent reforms enacted in 2017 that sought to create a fairer tax structure for wineries and other producers and shippers of …
  • Think differently about improving your business 18 Nov 2019 19:43 One piece of advice farm leaders often hear is to focus on the weak spots in their operation – basically, whatever isn’t going very well at the time. The thought is to then work hard to shore up those weaknesses. This sounds helpful but can also lead to …
  • Hey, I have an idea -- let's become Venezuela! 18 Nov 2019 19:43 Some random thoughts amid the hustle and bustle of the approaching holidays … Utility futility. My colleague Todd Fitchette made some very salient points recently about the dubious nature of a call by 50 organizations for Gov. Gavin Newsom to seize control …
  • Hoosiers compete, sell quality animals at NAILE 18 Nov 2019 19:43 Thousands of Hoosiers head to Louisville, Ky., each year for the North American International Livestock Exposition, held at the Kentucky Exposition Center. It’s in full swing this week, with beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep and other species holding either …
  • Media drilled in agriculture governance reporting 18 Nov 2019 19:31 Support to Parliament and Media to Strengthen Governance Agriculture team leader Teresa Davis has challenged the media in the North to think outside the box and write stories that will revamp the agriculture sector. The official made the call on Friday in …
  • Agriculture Blooms from LED Boom, Powered by 1,000W Driver 18 Nov 2019 18:25 LED lights are shining bright in the horticultural sector, where their low cost and high efficiency are making it possible to increase yields from indoor agriculture. As a result, farmers of tomatoes, leafy greens and a wide variety of other produce are …
  • Generational renewal in agriculture 18 Nov 2019 09:47 More than 31% of all farms in the EU are run by farmers older than 65, whilst young farmers represent only 6% of European agricultural community. Reversing this trend is one of the toughest challenges for the main EU farming policy. Generational renewal is …
  • Comment on CSP interim rule 18 Nov 2019 09:17 Public comments are requested on its interim final rule for the Conservation Stewardship Program. CSP, the nation’s largest conservation program in terms of participating land, is designed to help farmers have more robust conservation activities. The rule …
  • 9 points from USDA irrigation survey 18 Nov 2019 09:17 The 2018 Irrigation and Water Management Survey results were published Nov. 13 by the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service. “The 2018 Irrigation and Water Management Survey, formerly titled the Farm and Ranch Irrigation Survey, expands on …
  • Propane shortage another headache for farmers 18 Nov 2019 09:17 This year's wet harvest in the Midwest has put pressure on propane supplies in the region. House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin C. Peterson and a bipartisan group of lawmakers sent a letter to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Neil …
  • Conservation grants save soil, improve water quality 18 Nov 2019 09:17 Included in the $5 million Indiana spends on soil and water conservation annually are grants to soil and water conservation districts and other groups, which turn the money into practices that reduce soil erosion and improve water quality. The Indiana …
  • Grazing helps cover crops pay their way 18 Nov 2019 09:16 Cover crops provide many benefits ranging from reducing soil erosion and building soil organic matter to nutrient cycling and scavenging. Another benefit they offer is as an additional forage resource for livestock. Iowa Learning Farms will host a webinar …
  • CREP leverages federal funds to accomplish more conservation 18 Nov 2019 09:16 Conservation efforts in Indiana took a major step forward in 2005 when then-Lt. Gov. and Secretary of Agriculture Becky Skillman announced that the state would participate in the federal Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program. Since that time, thousands …
  • Excellence in Dairy Promotion Award nominations open 18 Nov 2019 09:16 The United Dairy Industry of Michigan is now accepting nominations for the Excellence in Dairy Promotion Award. This award recognizes a Michigan dairy farmer who positively promotes the dairy community and dairy foods. People who qualify possess extensive …
  • Holiday hams face competition 18 Nov 2019 09:16 Despite plentiful pork supplies, retail supermarket pork features have been underwhelming in 2019. Many of the current questions surrounding U.S. pork production pertain to growing foreign demand for U.S. pork products. However, domestic retail demand …
  • TAPS awards banquet to celebrate 2019 competitions 18 Nov 2019 09:16 By Krystle Rhoades With a record-setting wet growing season and some unique differences in management decisions by competitors, as well as a new contest, this year's Testing Ag Performance Solutions (TAPS) awards banquet is sure to be interesting. The …
  • Joel Dickinson receives Texas longhorn honor 18 Nov 2019 09:16 Joel Dickinson of Barnesville, Ohio, received the Pioneer Breeder Award from International Texas Longhorn Association President Larry P. Smith II at the Oct. 9 ITLA annual convention and banquet. Dickinson has raised registered Texas longhorns for 40 years …
  • 3rd-generation farmer finds place in pecan groves 18 Nov 2019 09:16 The phones have been ringing off the hook at The Squirrel's Nest in De Witt, Mo., with customers asking about pecan harvest. The person answering the calls and managing the business for Miller Pecan Farms is third-generation grower Cheyenne Deitch. …
  • Quick Take: Hemp summit, food bank donations and more 18 Nov 2019 09:16 The Illinois Department of Agriculture will host a hemp summit on Dec. 17 at the Orr Building on the Illinois State Fairgrounds. The summit follows the release of USDA’s 2019 hemp rules that have raised questions and concerns among Illinois farmers and …
  • Massive farm show in Germany delights 18 Nov 2019 09:15 Perhaps you follow Twitter and got snippets of new tech floating through in the last week. Maybe you know someone who crossed the pond to see Agritechnica, or you’ve been there yourself. This event, held in Hanover, Germany, every other year, draws …
  • How does Indiana fund soil and water conservation? 18 Nov 2019 09:15 Initially, Indiana was behind in supporting soil and water conservation activities with significant state dollars compared to other states. The first significant support for soil conservation came after T by 2000 passed the Legislature and was implemented …
  • Funding to aid watershed projects across Nebraska 18 Nov 2019 09:15 The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service recently announced that four Natural Resources Districts in Nebraska received more than $2.5 million in Watershed Flood Prevention and Operations funding. The funding will be directed toward developing …
  • Grazing unharvested soybean fields not an option 18 Nov 2019 09:15 Don’t allow cattle to graze unharvested soybeans. “Ammonia toxicity is a threat to cattle that overconsume soybeans,” says Karl Hoppe, livestock systems specialist at NDSU’s Carrington Research Extension Center. “Whether it’s a pile of harvested soybeans …
  • Town leaders share stories of groundwater pollution 18 Nov 2019 09:15 When Kansans think of groundwater problems, the first thing that comes to mind is the decline of the Ogallala Aquifer, but the quality of the groundwater can present challenges as well. At the 2019 Governor’s Conference on the Future of Water, two …
  • Hemp meeting planned Dec. 5 in De Pere, Wis. 18 Nov 2019 09:15 Brown County Extension is hosting a hemp educational and networking meeting Dec. 5 in De Pere, Wis. The meeting is open to all and will be held at the Swan Club, 875 Heritage Road. Registration and networking begin at 9:30 a.m. The formal program runs from …
  • Corn, soybean yields drop for most Northeast states 18 Nov 2019 09:15 Harvest is winding down and so are the adjusted corn and soybean yields for most of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast states. Corn yield and production dropped in three of the four major corn and soybean states in the region, according to the November crop …
  • Michigan poultry organization presents turkey to governor 18 Nov 2019 09:15 In advance of Thanksgiving, Michigan Allied Poultry Industries presented a turkey to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Nov. 12 in appreciation of her support of the state’s poultry industry.  The turkey farms and processors in Michigan employ more than 3,400 people …
  • USDA extends flexibility on crop insurance premiums 18 Nov 2019 09:15 USDA’s Risk Management Agency on Nov. 14 announced it will continue to defer accrual of interest for 2019 crop year insurance premiums to help the wide swath of farmers affected by extreme weather in 2019. Specifically, USDA will defer the accrual of …
  • Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan adopt roadmap for enhancing cooperation in agriculture 18 Nov 2019 07:40 NUR-SULTAN. KAZINFORM – Kazakhstan Prime Minister Askar Mamin received a delegation led by the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Uzbekistan Zhamshid Khojayev, Kazinform has leant from the press service of the Kazakh Prime Minister. «Thanks to the …
  • Barton Ag Instructor Dr. Vic Martin – “Agriculture – Surpluses & Shortages” 18 Nov 2019 06:11 Barton Community College Ag Instructor Dr. Vic Martin The drought monitor shows an expansion of the abnormally dry areas in Western and South Central Kansas, mostly into Northwest Kansas.  While not one hundred percent finished, harvest is wrapping up and …
  • Economist sees more uncertainty, urges farmers to manage 18 Nov 2019 05:36 As farmers prepare for the 2020 crop, tariffs and trade with China will be top of mind no matter the crops they grow. In an interview Oct. 30 with Southeast Farm Press, Blake Brown, North Carolina  State University Extension economist, said that in 2019, …
  • The Case For Private Sector Investment in and Drive of The Agriculture Sector in Liberia - Liberian Daily Observer 18 Nov 2019 04:23 The main cash crops yielding the highest foreign exchange are rubber (dominant accounting for 17.5 percent of the total exports in 2017), cocoa, and timber. An estimated 30,000 people are employed by commercial rubber farms (largely Firestone, LAC, & …
  • Ivorian Business Delegation Visiting Liberia Shows Investment Interest in Agriculture, Construction and Transportation - Front Page Africa 18 Nov 2019 04:23 The Signing of MOU Between the Liberia Business Association and Ivorian Business Sector Monrovia – An Ivorian business delegation visiting Liberia has shown strong interest to invest in agriculture, construction, and transportation as part of efforts to …
  • Climate-Smart Coconut Agriculture Could Be The Caribbean’s Tree Of Life 18 Nov 2019 03:49 The Coconut Tree, also referred to as the “Tree of Life”, is one of the most popular symbols of Caribbean imagery. From music, to food to art, the tropical drupe has become synonymous with Caribbean culture.  A Coconut plantation. (Photo by DeAgostini/ …
  • Report: US Agriculture Uses Child Labor, Exposes Them to Health Hazards 18 Nov 2019 03:36 New research has found that U.S. agriculture uses child workers without proper training and care for their safety. The report published last week in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine says 33 children are injured every day while working on U.S. …
  • Once badlands, Chambal to be on eco-tourism map under Green Agriculture project 18 Nov 2019 03:27
  • Ag View Pitch: Margin varies around country 17 Nov 2019 23:57 Chris and Duane discuss the diversity of margin targets within small regions of the country and differences from region to region. While true every year, this year the necessity to very precisely know your own operation's cost/revenue structure is …
  • Voices Of The Valley Podcast: Shareable Resources Were Just The Beginning, Part 1 17 Nov 2019 23:53 AgNet West - Your trusted California agriculture news Voices Of The Valley Podcast: Shareable Resources Were Just The Beginning, Part 1 This episode of the Voices of the Valley podcast is made possible by HarvestPort, an innovation hub and marketplace for …
  • Border closure: NGO launches magazine to educate youths more on agriculture 17 Nov 2019 22:29 Home | News | General | Border closure: NGO launches magazine to educate youths more on agriculture By Julius Ngubuluk An NGO, Madison Development Partners (MDP) has launched a new magazine with the Theme “Nigerian Harvest” to educate Nigerian youths more …
  • After terrorism gone, agriculture reviving in Northern Syria 17 Nov 2019 19:53 Since it was liberated from YPG/PKK terrorists, livestock and agriculture are coming alive again in Ras al-Ayn, northern Syria, reports Anadolu Agency. Turkey’s National Defense Ministry on Sunday said that since Ras al-Ayn was saved from terrorist YPG …
  • Government publishes plan to tackle agriculture emissions 17 Nov 2019 16:52 The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, today launched a public consultation on the much anticipated “Ag-Climatise”, a National Climate & Air Roadmap for the Agriculture Sector to 2030 and Beyond. Earlier this year, the …
  • Bill Gates to attend Agriculture Statistics Summit in Delhi 17 Nov 2019 16:40 New Delhi, Nov 17 (IANS) Billionaire Bill Gates will be the chief guest of the four-day long eighth International Agriculture Statistics Summit which is going to start from Monday here, a statement said on Sunday. India is hosting this event for the first …
  • In pursuit of big profits, hemp growers blaze a perilous new path in Northwest agriculture 17 Nov 2019 14:55 SAUVIE  ISLAND, Ore. — On a foggy November day, farm workers take clippers to a field of bushy green plants, snipping tops full of flower buds dotted with flecks of sticky resin. By the end of the day, the cuttings dry inside a southeast Portland warehouse …
  • Sustainable agriculture projects receive funding 17 Nov 2019 01:36 A Minneapolis nonprofit working with Douglas County and eight other counties has received a grant from the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. It was one of nine Agricultural Growth, Research, and Innovation Sustainable Agriculture Demonstration grants …
  • PNG SECONDARY SCHOOL TO OFFER AGRICULTURE 16 Nov 2019 18:44 COURSES The program would incorporate large tracts of unused land PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea (PNG Post-Courier, February 11, 2009) – Plans are underway for the Bumayong Secondary School in Lae to recruit an agriculture officer to assist with self …
  • World Bank approves funds for Jamaica to boost rural agriculture 16 Nov 2019 14:59 WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) — The World Bank has approved a US$40 million loan for Jamaica to boost income opportunities and job creation in rural areas, through the second phase of the Rural Economic Development Initiative (REDI II). The project will …
  • Youth to boost export of agriculture produce 16 Nov 2019 13:38 Business News of Saturday, 16 November 2019 Source: Ghananewsagency.org 2019-11-16 George Adomako(L) speaking at the event The Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) in collaboration with the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) has launched a Youth in Export …
  • Miller FFA, has the meats 16 Nov 2019 13:17 Mike Pearson profiles Miller FFA in Miller, Mo. Their FFA chapter buys large cuts from area stores and breaks them down more and sell the results. Member Kirsten Kyger tells why all the exposure to meat processing and selling helps lessons stick. The …
  • This Week in Agribusiness, November 16, 2019 16 Nov 2019 13:17 Part 1 Note: The video automatically plays through all show parts once you start. Max Armstrong and Mike Pearson start off the show with a look at a surprisingly aggressive cold snap with Meteorologist Greg Soulje. Next, Chad Colby reports on all the new …
  • Fresh awards haul for Lancashire master cheesemakers 19 Nov 2019 12:34 Fourth generation farmhouse cheesemakers Butlers has added eight additional award wins to its astonishing season, this time from the World Cheese Awards and the Global Cheese Awards. The Global Cheese Awards were incredibly successful for the brand, with …
  • DISARM Platform to Share Strategies to Reduce Livestock Antibiotics 19 Nov 2019 12:29 DISARM Platform to Share Strategies to Reduce Livestock Antibiotics USAgNet - 11/19/2019 DISARM, an active network dedicated to finding innovative solutions for antibiotic resistance has launched new range of platforms this month inviting farmers, …
  • As Bankruptcies Mount, WI Farmers Urged to Diversify 19 Nov 2019 12:27 Wisconsin leads the nation in farm bankruptcies, and outreach experts say diversifying their products can help them survive tough markets. (Morguefile/mensatic) November 19, 2019 MADISON, Wis. — An outreach center for Wisconsin farmers says they need …
  • Global Vegan Chocolate Market 2019 Key Players, Trends, Supply, Sales, Demand, Analysis and Forecast 2025 19 Nov 2019 12:16 Nov 19, 2019 (AB Digital via COMTEX) -- Vegan Chocolate Market: Executive Summary The global vegan chocolate market is expected to register steady growth over the next five years. Vegan food is becoming increasingly popular …
  • PDPW Dairy Insights Summit is December 5 19 Nov 2019 12:12 PDPW Dairy Insights Summit is December 5 Wisconsin Ag Connection - 11/19/2019 The Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin is holding a Dairy Insights Summit next month to bring farmers, industry professionals and policymakers together to …
  • Green Party manifesto: The key policies explained 19 Nov 2019 12:10 The Green Party has launched its 2019 election manifesto, called If Not Now, When? The document sets out the polices the party stands for and aims to pass into law should it win the election. The full document, which is available here, runs to 92 pages and …
  • Patanjali Ayurved posts Rs 3,562 crore revenue for April to September 19 Nov 2019 12:10 By PTI NEW DELHI: Baba Ramdev-led Patanjali Ayurved on Tuesday said it has achieved a revenue of Rs 3,562 crore in April-September 2019-20, the highest ever in the first half of any financial year. The Haridwar-based firm has reported a revenue of Rs 1,793 …
  • Town fights for soul as mine debate rages 19 Nov 2019 12:02 AS a committed Christian, our Prime Minister Scott Morrison knows that he cannot make it rain. The bible is replete with lyrical references to the bountiful Lord replenishing the parched earth. Indeed, the term biblical flood carries connotations of …
  • Three killed in Wallace Road crash 19 Nov 2019 11:56 Oregon State Police Photo##Three people were killed shortly before noon Monday in a two-vehicle crash south of Dayton on Wallace Road. DAYTON - Three people were killed in a two-vehicle crash Monday morning about nine miles south of Dayton on Wallace Road. …
  • Australian Fresh Milk buys local dairy farm business 19 Nov 2019 11:37 Nov 18, 2019 (MarketLine via COMTEX) -- Milk processor Australian Fresh Milk Holdings (AFMH) has added to its capacity with the purchase of local dairy farm business Torrumbarry Aggregation. The deal, announced in a filing with the Australian Securities …
  • How meat and dairy are countering criticism on climate 19 Nov 2019 11:35 Nov 18, 2019 (MarketLine via COMTEX) -- In the past 12 months the meat and dairy industries have been under fierce scrutiny for their roles in climate change. David Burrows reports on how they are trying to answer back. On 3 August 2016, the UK …
  • Milk producers should have drone technology to measure grass cover 19 Nov 2019 11:34 Milk producers should have drone technology to not only measure grass cover, but energy and protein levels within a couple of years at well under £5000 per unit.   That is the prediction of Duncan Forbes who is heading up the South West Dairy Development …
  • 'Controlled ketosis is a necessary requirement for normal lactation' 19 Nov 2019 11:34 According to Dr Andrew Pine of Rugeley-based Premier Nutrition, we should be looking for an average pre-calving CS of about 3.25 instead of the 2.75 a lot of people are now working to.   Speaking at the Dairy Show, he said some people were targeting 2.5 …
  • ASI passes resolution to provide support to students under DACA 19 Nov 2019 11:10 The Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Board of Directors voted Wednesday, Nov. 13 to pass a resolution that would provide support for undocumented students in the event that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is terminated by the Supreme Court. …
  • Not Vijay or Rajini, AIADMK minister bats for Ajith Kumar's political entry 19 Nov 2019 11:07 AIADMK leader KR Rajendra Balaji and Ajith Kumar.PR Handout Ajith Kumar has maintained safe distance from politics and political parties. By his own admission, the actor wants to remain an actor and he is content with it. Yet rumours on his political entry …
  • In times gone by: A look at Stratford Press headlines from 1994 19 Nov 2019 10:50 Cory Rooney (right) got some cricket tips from porfessional cricketer Keith Sheridan in 1994. Pictured watching are, from left, Caleb Coates, Lee Gawler, and Damien Angell. Cricket visit: Young cricketers at Avon School got some expert tips from a …
  • Semen factory opens in Chuka 19 Nov 2019 10:13 Principal Secretary State Department of Livestock Harry Kimutai (left) and Tharaka-Nithi Governor Muthomi Njuki during the commissioning of subsidized Artificial Insemination (AI) program and Kenya Animal Genetic Resources Centre sales outlet in Chuka town …
  • Ciara O'Connor: 'If Peruvian prison didn't punish Michaella enough, then 10 minutes with...   19 Nov 2019 09:36 Piers, who appears to be labouring under the sweet boomer illusion that people actually get rich from books, couldn't get past the idea of mother-of-two McCollum ''profiting' from her crime: ''I'm writing the book to raise …
  • PetroKazakhstan commits to employ health and safety, environmental protection 19 Nov 2019 09:31 NUR-SULTAN – PetroKazakhstan Oil Products (PKOP) reaffirmed its commitment to the safety and health of its employees as well as to protecting the environment, putting these outcomes among its top goals in a conversation with The Astana Times. The company …
  • Asian Shares End Mixed Amid U.S.-China Trade Deal Uncertainty 19 Nov 2019 09:22 Asian stocks closed mixed on Tuesday as investors continued to wait for signs of progress in trade negotiations between the U.S. and China. Nevertheless, investor sentiment was bolstered by news that the Trump administration issued a new 90-day extension …
  • Access to food and nutrition more limited in sub-Saharan Africa than previously estimated 19 Nov 2019 08:35 A survey of over six thousand sub-Saharan households shows an estimated 39% experience severely unreliable access to food. In addition, 49% have inadequate diversity in their diet, putting them at risk for micronutrient deficiencies. The study, published …
  • Coconut Powder Market 2019 Global Technology, Development,Growth, Size, Trends and Forecasts to 2025 19 Nov 2019 08:09 Nov 19, 2019 (The Expresswire) -- The Coconut Powder Market Focuses on the key global Coconut Powder companies, to define, describe and analyses the sales volume, value, market share, market competition landscape and recent development. Global “Coconut …
  • Compeer Financial to host conference Dec. 12 in the Dells 19 Nov 2019 07:54 Compeer Financial, a member-owned Farm Credit cooperative serving Wisconsin, Illinois and Minnesota, is hosting the 2019 Resilient Farms Conference, a one-day event for farmers interested in increasing resiliency for their operations through new business …
  • Cocoa Filling Market Worldwide Size, Share, Growth Demand, Leading Players Analysis, Business Statistics by Forecast to 2023 19 Nov 2019 07:46 Nov 19, 2019 (AB Digital via COMTEX) -- Market Overview Global Cocoa Fillings Market is predicted to make revenues amounting to USD 523.45 million in 2023 while expanding at a CAGR of 4.70% in the forecast period. The surge in the popularity of cocoa has …
  • Phytogenic Feed Additives Market 2025: Some Basic Influencing Factors Making It’s Booming Industry 19 Nov 2019 07:46 Nov 19, 2019 (The Expresswire) -- Phytogenic Feed Additives Market report provides analysis of top players in all regions with industry size, growth, technology, market insights, demand, trend, key statistics and industry forecasts to 2025 A latest …
  • H2Ohio plan launched to improve water quality 19 Nov 2019 07:01 On Nov. 14, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine outlined his framework for the use of H2Ohio funds to improve Ohio’s water quality. The Ohio Agriculture Conservation Initiative (OACI) brought together members from the agriculture, environmental, conservation and …
  • Innscor volumes nosedive 19 Nov 2019 06:56 FIDELITY MHLANGA LISTED diversified food processor, Innscor’s volumes plunged in the first quarter ended September 30 as the company reels under one of the worst economic crisis bedevilling the economy. The company’s financial year starts in July every …
  • Emereau annexed; Smith Circle properties on hold 19 Nov 2019 06:48 By: Emily M. Williams - Bladen Journal ELIZABETHTOWN — Property that includes Emereau: Bladen Charter School has been approved for annexation by the Town Council. The board made the approval in a special meeting Monday. Decisions were postponed on other …
  • ACROSS THE BAYOU — Happy Birthday To Me…I Guess 19 Nov 2019 06:45 José had a hospice meeting in Biloxi the weekend of my All-Souls Day birthday. I didn’t want to go. We stopped at Chick-fil-A on the way and I got a box of twelve nuggets with some Polynesian Sauce, the most a human is allowed. That put me in a coma. José …
  • Soy Milk Market Size is Projected to Register 6.1% CAGR till 2025 19 Nov 2019 06:40 The global Soy Milk Market size is expected to reach USD 11.08 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc., expanding at a CAGR of 6.1% over the forecast period. The market is expected to witness significant growth owing to …
  • American Opinion: Update NAFTA, then move on 19 Nov 2019 06:39 On Thursday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., suggested that President Donald Trump may be impeachable due to "bribery" and gave her strongest signal yet that the House Democratic leadership is close to a deal with the White House that would …
  • Australia shares end modestly higher on RBA's dovish tone; NZ up 19 Nov 2019 06:25 * Gold stocks help mining sub-index * Software giant WiseTech caps benchmark gains * Sonic Healthcare climbs on strong FY guidance (Updates throughout with closing prices) By Nikhil Subba Nov 19 (Reuters) - Australian shares closed modestly higher on …
  • A2 Milk shares jump as China surge prompts earnings guidance upgrade 19 Nov 2019 06:20 This is above the forecast released in August for an EBITDA margin of about 28.2 per cent which disappointed investors, sending a2 Milk shares down 13.2 per cent on the same day it released strong financial results for 2018-19. But in response to Tuesday…
  • Enjoy Meatless Monday With Vegan Sushi at Blue Sushi Sake Grill 19 Nov 2019 06:17 Vegan options aren’t just an afterthought at Blue Sushi Sake Grill, located at 1616 16th Street. The vegan “sushi” is creative, intricate and varied, giving plenty of options for fans of plant-based Japanese cuisine. The downtown sushi bar, one of fourteen …
  • Dunedin's largest water supply could soon be safe again 19 Nov 2019 06:10 This story was originally published on RNZ.co.nz and is republished with permission. A fire that took hold near Middlemarch earlier this month, scorched through nearly 5000 hectares of grassland and into the Deep Stream Catchment. The catchment usually …
  • Cattle farm tries new technique for silage 19 Nov 2019 06:06 If you don’t have high-quality feed, you improvise. You don’t want to send any of your valuable seedstock cattle down the road. That’s the spot that Jerry Delaney, 60, and his wife, Michelle “Shelly,” and their son, Nicholas, 25, were in this fall, and …
  • Where to get Thanksgiving pies in Berkeley and Oakland 19 Nov 2019 05:58 Pumpkin pie and pecan tart from Market Hall bakery. Photo: Market HallFor many of us, it wouldn’t feel right to end a Thanksgiving meal without a slice (or two) of pie. If you’re not in the mood for whipping up dessert yourself, but want something better …
  • Prepping for a marathon run? Seek fitness inspiration from Saiyami Kher 19 Nov 2019 05:57 Saiyami Kher is prepping to participate in a full marathon. (Photo: Saiyami Kher/Instagram;designed by Gargi Singh) Whatever the goal — whether getting in shape, raising awareness, challenging yourself or just for fun — marathon running isn’t easy. …
  • Holidays at Seaside Aquarium: Feed the Seals, Feed N. Oregon Coast Families 19 Nov 2019 05:39 Holidays at Seaside Aquarium: Feed the Seals, Feed N. Oregon Coast Families Published 11/15/2019 at 12:25 PM PDT By Oregon Coast Beach Connection staff (Seaside, Oregon) – Over 80 years as an Oregon coast landmark, and thirty of those helping to …
  • NZ dollar falls as RBNZ, RBA seen as more dovish 19 Nov 2019 05:26 The New Zealand dollar fell after comments from the Reserve Bank and its Australian counterpart which the market took to suggest both are more dovish than previously thought. The kiwi was trading at 63.90 US cents at 5pm in Wellington from 64.04 at 8am. …
  • Homes with best loos up for grabs 19 Nov 2019 05:13 When buying a house, how important is a good loo? LOOS are often not a celebrated item but on World Toilet Day a light is shone on the ceramic bowls we spend an estimated 92 days sitting on in our lifetime. And let’s be honest, without them we’d be up “ …
  • Some Yogurts Have Almost As Much Sugar As Candy Bars 19 Nov 2019 05:10 Ever scarfed down a tub of yogurt in the name of health, only to catch a glimpse at the nutrition facts and realize it contains as much sugar as your favorite candy? Rough. I don't know about you, but I used to think that yogurt was a safe, no- …
  • Preventing parasites: Treating at housing provides opportunity to clear out infection 19 Nov 2019 05:01 Good cattle health and productivity relies on controlling worm burdens. Treating at housing provides an opportunity to clear out any looming infection, without the risk of animals becoming reinfected before spring turnout.   Treatment plans should take …
  • Bengaluru: Unexpected road work halts traffic near Dairy Circle, key roads nearby 19 Nov 2019 04:52 TimesViewIf the ineptitude of the authorities responsible for creating a Monday’s traffic gridlock can be frustrating, as motorists caught in the jam would testify, their indifference to putting the public to inconvenience is often infuriating. The least …
  • FIRE UPDATE: Active fire still burning across the landscape 19 Nov 2019 04:22 WHAT WE KNOW: Myall Creek Road, Bora Ridge fire: Advice, out of control. The fire is expected to impact on the areas of Bungawalbin, New Italy and The Gap. Mt Nardi fire: Advice, being controlled, impacting areas around Terania Creek, Tuntable Ck, Tuntable …
  • 5 Reasons Your Skin Freaks Out Over The Holidays, And How To Deal With It 19 Nov 2019 04:17 Illustration: Damon Dahlen/HuffPost; Photos: GettyForget Hallmark movies or Christmas trees in Home Depot. I know the holiday season has started when my skin starts freaking out on Black Friday. If you’re like me and experience multiple nasty breakouts …
  • Lineage Logistics Announces Acquisition of Emergent Cold, Expands U.S. Port Network and Strategic Presence in Asia-Pacific Market 19 Nov 2019 04:02 NOVI, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 18, 2019-- Lineage Logistics Holdings, LLC (“Lineage” or the “Company”), the world’s largest and most innovative provider of temperature-controlled logistics solutions, today announced it has signed definitive agreements …
  • Food drive a success 19 Nov 2019 03:32 MACOMB — The 14th annual "Stuff the Bus, Get Off Your Cans" food drive was held on November 6. Sodexo Marketing Manager Anna Filson recently reported that the food drive gathered 6,000 nonperishable food items and $2,477 in monetary donations. …
  • Dairy farmer discouraged by ‘roller coaster’ milk prices 19 Nov 2019 03:28 YORK, Pa. (WHTM) – Dean Foods, the nation’s biggest milk producer, filed for bankruptcy last week. The company says it will continue to do business, but local dairy farms are feeling more discouraged. Several farms in York, Lancaster and Lebanon counties …
  • Juhu resident held in cheating case 19 Nov 2019 03:21 Representative imageMUMBAI: City EOW arrested a 62-year-old Juhu resident for cheating a dairy owner after promising to sell him a commercial gala. An officer said Akhilesh Pandey (50), a Malad resident, had lodged a complaint against Sunil Shah. Shah, who …
  • Australian Market Little Changed Ahead Of RBA Minutes 19 Nov 2019 03:14 The Australian stock market is little changed on Tuesday in choppy trade amid uncertainty over a U.S.-China trade deal. Investors also turned cautious ahead of the release later today of the Reserve Bank of Australia's minutes from its monetary policy …
  • Imran wants CJP to ‘restore’ public trust in judiciary 19 Nov 2019 03:13 ABBOTTABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has asked Chief Justice of Pakistan Asif Saeed Khosa and senior judge of the Supreme Court Justice Gulzar Ahmed to come forward and restore public confidence in the judiciary and criticised opposition parties over what …
  • Workshop on dairy farming commenced at AAUR 19 Nov 2019 03:12 Workshop on dairy farming commenced at AAUR Rawalpindi:Speakers said that the livestock sector plays a key role in national economy and emphasised on the importance of dairy farming. They stated these views at the inaugural session of two-day (November 18- …
  • Pressure on farmers over environment hits new heights 19 Nov 2019 03:11 Yesterday, Agriculture Minister Michael Creed launched a public consultation on the Government's much anticipated 'Ag-Climatise' document, which details how it proposes to cut emissions by 10-15pc over the next decade. A consultation process on …
  • Irish big three bottom of Euro milk price league table 19 Nov 2019 03:11 A comparison involving 16 of Europe's largest dairies shows that Glanbia, Dairygold and Kerry Group, propped up the 'milk price league' for September. The Irish firms were more than 9c/l off the top price of 39.33c/l, and at least 3.5c…
  • Holiday Gift Guide 2019: The Best Dessert Subscriptions 19 Nov 2019 02:09 Why not give the gift that keeps giving? For those that are looking for an unbeatable gift for the sugar-fiends in their lives, get them something that keeps the sugar flowing, non-stop. New desserts delivered to your door every month? Yes, please! From …
  • Australia shares flat as investors seek trade-deal clarity; NZ up 19 Nov 2019 02:00 * CBA’s life insurance arm pleads guilty to hawking offenses * Woodside narrows its FY production outlook * a2 Milk records best session in 1-1/2 years By Shreya Mariam Job Nov 19 (Reuters) - Australian shares were flat on Tuesday as investors kept to …
  • Always prepared: recognition for popular SES volunteer 19 Nov 2019 02:00 JOINING to play his part after the 1974 floods, 'Uncle John' has been at the heart of SES operations in Ipswich ever since. John McVeigh, 80, served as deputy controller of the Ipswich City State Emergency Service Unit for 29 years and took on the …
  • Bloated or pregnant: How to tell 19 Nov 2019 01:57 If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works. Some people may find it hard to tell the difference between being bloated or pregnant as they can share similar symptoms. If a person is unsure whether they …
  • Agriculture Robots Market Analysis - Global Opportunities, Revenue, Demand and Geographical Forecast To 2026 19 Nov 2019 01:55 Nov 18, 2019 (Market Prediction via COMTEX) -- A new research report titled “Global Agriculture Robots market” successfully exhibits the complete scenario of the global and an individual analysis of the various regional segments. "Global Agriculture …
  • <strong>Schumer: Upstate farmers being treated unfairly</strong> 19 Nov 2019 01:40 U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer has released a report detailing how the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Market Facilitation Program (MFP) has treated Upstate farmers unfairly — and launched a new effort to restore parity to the system. The MFP is …
  • Hong Kong Bourse May Spin Its Wheels On Tuesday. 19 Nov 2019 01:20 The Hong Kong stock market has finished higher in back-to-back sessions, accelerating almost 360 points or 1.4 percent along the way. The Hang Seng Index now rests just above the 26,680-point plateau although investors may cash in on Tuesday. The global …
  • Aussie Farm group stripped of charity status 19 Nov 2019 01:18 THE group responsible for revealing private details of thousands of Australian farming families has been stripped of its charitable status. Aussie Farms runs a website listing these details while encouraging activists to take part in farm invasions. …
  • "Avatar Durban launches • #BrandFocus: Rooibos Council • Black (owned) agencies left behind by MAC Charter • Snr industry appointments" - MarkLives 19 Nov 2019 01:11 And other top advertising, media and marketing news, analysis and opinion on the website for this week and last, including… On the Radar: -Wunderman Thompson SA announces chief strat officer -Heineken SA expands local management team -SheSays survey on …
  • Chobani Announces Move into Oat Beverage, Yogurt Set 19 Nov 2019 01:06 With eyes on expanding beyond the yogurt set, Chobani today announced the launch of a range of new both dairy and plant-based products, including its entry into the fast-growing oat “milk” category. In December, the Norwich, New York-based Greek yogurt …
  • Farm bankruptcies increase nationwide, report says 19 Nov 2019 01:06 Farm income is at record-high levels, but that doesn't tell the whole story. According to the report, not only are bankruptcies up, but farm debt is projected to reach record-high levels and producers are taking longer to repay their loans. The Farm …
  • Poor harvest conditions affect silage quality and quantity 19 Nov 2019 01:05 Dr. Randy Shaver, University of Wisconsin-Madison Extension Dairy Specialist, advises producers to get their feed tested and to work closely with a nutritionist to decide how to supplement. "We can add more grain for energy, obviously," he says. …
  • Purebred Hereford farm tries new technique for silage 19 Nov 2019 01:05 The farm includes 1,200 acres. This year they have 400 acres of corn for grain, 400 of prevented planting (all corn), 300 acres of soybeans and 60 acres of alfalfa. By the time the silage choppers got to the Delaneys this year, the corn was too dry to make …
  • Free entry for children to Stratford A&P Show 19 Nov 2019 01:05 Entry for children 14 and under to this year's Stratford A&P Show is free, says show secretary Vicki Jagersma. "We are really fortunate the TSB Community Trust has, for the second year, helped us by funding the cost of child entries to the …
  • The dying New Zealand towns that are still great for a summer break 19 Nov 2019 00:59 New Zealand's dying rural towns can be pretty rough places to live, with low-paying jobs - if you're lucky enough to find one - and a lack of amenities, prompting many to move elsewhere.  Some of our poorest towns, however, are also some of our …
  • Ethan’s hobby a hot topic 19 Nov 2019 00:33 ETHAN Rose finds hidden treasure in horse paddocks and old tractor sheds, but getting it home to Rockhampton is a weighty business. “That one was a three-man lift and even then we were busting ourselves,” he said, pointing to his latest wood stove find. …
  • All-in-one op means my breasts look natural after my mastectomy 19 Nov 2019 00:22 Breast cancer patients can now undergo a mastectomy and nipple-preserving breast reconstruction in one procedure.  Sophie Williams, 42, a marketing consultant from South-West London, had it done, as she tells CAROL DAVIS. THE PATIENT Turning over in bed …
  • ‘State has huge export potential’ 18 Nov 2019 23:59 PATNA: Even as merchandise exports from Bihar, valued at 1.35 billion US $ in 2017-18 fiscal, shows a “remarkable improvement” in the last five financial years, there still remained an untapped potential of nearly 900 million US $, Exim Bank chief manager …
  • Delhi: Hit by cow, man finds justice 12 years later 18 Nov 2019 23:54 Metropolitan Magistrate (MM) Richa Gusain Solanki convicted Chandermal, a resident of Sitapuri, after finding that he owned the cow, and his negligence led to the incident. After a cow hit a man 12 years ago, he approached police and then fought a criminal …
  • New products pay off as Graham’s The Family Dairy posts sales hike 18 Nov 2019 23:42 Graham’s The Family Dairy has hailed its investment in product development and innovation for a hike in annual sales. The Bridge of Allan-based milk and food producer described a 4.7 per cent year-on-year rise in sales to £109 million as “encouraging”. At …
  • LOCAL LEGENDS: Lismore's most renowned men 18 Nov 2019 23:41 THE Lismore region is filled with some pretty amazing and influential people. From activists fighting for change to those who are doing their bit to make life a little bit better for Lismore and surrounds residents, here are some local men (and one special …
  • After losing nearly 200 pounds, man achieved his dream to be a police officer 18 Nov 2019 23:30 When Romar Lyle started graduate school studying criminal justice and investigative forensics, he worried that this his weight would stop him from achieving his dream to become a police officer. At more than 400 pounds, the 5 foot 8 inch student resigned …
  • a2 Milk lifts outlook on China, US growth 18 Nov 2019 23:15 The a2 Milk Company has upgraded its full-year outlook after announcing first-half profit could rise by as much as 30 per cent to $NZ800 million ($A752 million) on strong China and US campaigns. The Kiwi dairy producer said on Tuesday its FY20 earnings …
  • Denali Ingredients expands with pushback rack 18 Nov 2019 23:08 Founded in 2006, Denali Ingredients serves the dairy, ice cream, bakery and food service industries as a leading supplier of chocolate coatings, fudge sauces, powders, fruit varieties, stabilizers, extruded products, flakes and other ingredients. The …
  • XE Data Update - NZ Q3 Producer Price Index 18 Nov 2019 22:51 The NZ Q3 Producers Price Index (PPI) for has just been released. The PPI came in better than expected. NZ PPI Q3 (compared with Q2): PPI Inputs +1.0% Consensus +0.2% PPI Outputs +0.9% Consensus +0.4% The NZD is marginally higher in immediate response. …
  • Officers warning drivers of danger following fatal Brightline crash 18 Nov 2019 22:38 MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. - An Aventura police traffic officer handed out safety flyers Monday at the scene of Friday's fatal crash.   A female driver died on impact when her car, sitting on the train tracks, was hit by a Brightline train. The …
  • Morrow SWCD plans 70th meeting 18 Nov 2019 22:35 The Morrow Soil and Water Conservation District cordially invites you to their 70th Annual Meeting and Fish Fry at the American Legion Hall in Cardington. The date is Saturday, Dec. 7. The all-you-can-eat fish fry will be served with baked potato, coleslaw …
  • Australia Approves $1 Billion Dairy Takeover By Chinese Buyer 18 Nov 2019 22:01 SYDNEY (Dow Jones) — Australian authorities approved the sale of one of the country’s biggest infant-formula makers to a Chinese buyer, but imposed certain conditions on the deal amid increased scrutiny of Chinese investment in the country. The deal to …
  • Calgary’s Child: How to handle dairy allergies in children 18 Nov 2019 21:45
  • Oceania Dairy wants to discharge 10 million litres a day of treated wastewater into Pacific Ocean 18 Nov 2019 17:40 A Chinese-owned South Canterbury-based dairy company wants to build a 7.5 kilometre-long pipeline to discharge up to 10 million litres per day of wastewater into the Pacific Ocean. The application, filed with Environment Canterbury, proposes the pipeline …
  • Estina dairy farm project an example of organised robbery, Peter Hain tells Zondo commission 18 Nov 2019 17:35 British MP Lord Peter Hain has described the collapsed Estina dairy farm project as one of the examples of organised robbery by the controversial Gupta family.  Testifying at the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture on Monday, Hain said: …
  • NEAFA PRO-DAIRY Co-Hosting Dairy Feed and Nutrition Seminar Dec 11 18 Nov 2019 17:15 Middlebury, VT December 11, 2019 The Northeast Agribusiness & Feed Alliance (NEAFA) is co-hosting a Dairy Feed and Nutrition Seminar, December 11, 2019. The seminar will present the latest research information on dairy cattle nutrition and will serve …
  • Wisconsin roundup: State agency: Wis. lost 683 more dairy farms in 2018; more state news stories 18 Nov 2019 14:51 The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection reports the state lost 638 dairy farms last year. Democrats point to a report released this week indicating America's Dairyland has lost more than 1,800 dairy farms since President …
  • Dairy Farmers of Ontario and program partners will help small hearts believe big this holiday season with a donation of $500,000 to SickKids 18 Nov 2019 13:59 TORONTO, Nov. 18, 2019 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) -- A portion of all milk and OREO cookies purchased will benefit SickKids and other Ontario hospitals This holiday season, Dairy Farmers of Ontario (DFO) and program partners are donating a minimum of $ …
  • Congress To Consider New Bill That May Help New York Dairy Workers 18 Nov 2019 12:27 A new farm labor bill has been introduced in Congress that has bi-partisan support and includes two changes some say will help New York farms. The new bill will allow visas for year-round workers and it provides a path to legal status for current farm …
  • Willow Pond Sheep Farm in Gardiner offers grass-fed lamb now, dairy products next year 18 Nov 2019 10:29 Brent and Carrie Wasser of Willow Pond Sheep Farm in Gardiner, pose for a photo with some of their East Friesian dairy lambs. (Photo by Lauren Thomas) In recent decades, the Town of Gardiner has become a hotbed for herds of grass-fed beef cattle — …
  • Excellence in Dairy Promotion Award nominations open 18 Nov 2019 09:16 The United Dairy Industry of Michigan is now accepting nominations for the Excellence in Dairy Promotion Award. This award recognizes a Michigan dairy farmer who positively promotes the dairy community and dairy foods. People who qualify possess extensive …
  • Dairy farmers want milk imports halted to save sector 18 Nov 2019 06:48   Dairy farmers are fearing for their livelihoods after the government took to sourcing milk from outside the country. According to industry reports, the dairy sector is facing an oversupply of milk owing to importation from other East African Community ( …
  • ClearTech a gamechanger for Canterbury dairy farmer 18 Nov 2019 04:08 Monday, 18 November 2019, 4:51 pm Press Release: Ravensdown A revolutionary dairy effluent treatment system is delivering enormous environmental benefits for Lincoln dairy farmer Tom Mason. Ravensdown’s ClearTech system, developed in conjunction with …
  • Dairy facial eczema 'hitting farmers hard in the pocket' 18 Nov 2019 01:56 Dairy facial eczema (FE) can cost individual farmers more than $100,000 a year in lost milk production, a recent study has found. The Ministry for Primary Industries' (MPI) Sustainable Farming Fund is supporting the Facial Eczema Action Group – made up …
  • ‘Notes were spilling over’: gratitude wall gets huge response at Osoyoos Dairy Queen 17 Nov 2019 22:20
  • gratitude wall gets huge response at Osoyoos Dairy Queen 17 Nov 2019 20:33 The owners of a Dairy Queen in the South Okanagan say they're blown away by the response they've received to a gratitude wall they started just before Thanksgiving. What began as an idea to fill a picture with sticky notes with anonymous messages …
  • WATCH: Quitting dairy has these effects on your skin 17 Nov 2019 19:23 Skim or low-fat? Full-cream or double-cream? South Africans are spoiled for choice when it comes to dairy products. Which should we choose? Our nutritional experts weigh in. And how does it affect your body fat percentage? Do camel milk's nutritional …
  • BIZ BYTES: New Dairy Queen opening Monday in DeWitt 17 Nov 2019 16:48 Dairy Queen will open in Dewitt Monday. To celebrate, any customer who buys an ice cream cake on Monday at the new DQ Grill & Chill, 1221 11th St. in DeWitt, will receive a free cheeseburger once a week for a year. The new location will be locally …
  • Arab Dairy Products 9-Month Consol Profit Falls 17 Nov 2019 12:54
  • Central African Republic: Women confront the ravages of war in Central Africa 19 Nov 2019 12:51 Facing profound loss from years of conflict in the Central African Republic, women find strength and healing in solidarity. By Jack Losh in Bangui, Central African Republic | 18 November 2019 In a dusty yard on the outskirts of the Central African Republic …
  • Couple 'disappointed' to find Aldi label on Waitrose vegetables 19 Nov 2019 12:45 When a couple's Ocado delivery arrived, they were surprised to see their Waitrose 'Mediterranean Roasting Vegetables' had an Aldi label on it. The front of the packaging appears completely normal but the underside was sporting the Aldi logo, …
  • A sip of good health: New study suggests that homemade soup may actually help fight malaria 19 Nov 2019 12:32 PARIS: Some soups may be good for more than just the soul. A new study suggests that certain homemade broths - made from chicken, beef or even just vegetables - might have properties that can help fight malaria. Researcher Jake Baum of Imperial College …
  • Green Party manifesto: The key policies explained 19 Nov 2019 12:10 The Green Party has launched its 2019 election manifesto, called If Not Now, When? The document sets out the polices the party stands for and aims to pass into law should it win the election. The full document, which is available here, runs to 92 pages and …
  • Bulgarians’ Life Went up by 4.3% in a Year 19 Nov 2019 12:00 We consumed more vegetables and fruits and less bread in the third quarter of 2019. Fruit consumption increased - from 17.8 to 19.4 kg per person, vegetables - from 25.8 to 27.1 kg, and eggs - from 36 to 37,  Maritsa.bg writes. A decrease in the …
  • Flying start for appeal 19 Nov 2019 11:40 We’ve been given a helping hand by Lichfield Food Bank which due to the generosity of its supporters received a huge haul during the harvest celebrations. Volunteers decided to spread some early festive cheer by passing on some of their stock to our …
  • Nigeria's inflation rises to 11,61% 19 Nov 2019 11:13 NIGERIA'S inflation rose to 11,61% year-on-year in October, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said yesterday. The consumer price index – which measures the inflation rate in the country – was higher compared to the 11,24% recorded in September. …
  • PIC: Kapil Sharma shares pictures from wife's birthday, Ginni's pregnancy glow is unmissable 19 Nov 2019 11:07 Instagram Kapil Sharma, who is going to be a father soon, celebrated wife Ginni Chatrath's birthday last night. Kapil took to Instagram to share some birthday images and wish his soulmate in the most adorable way possible. While sharing few photos with …
  • Poverty Impacts Access to Health Care. These Women Are Trying to Change That. 19 Nov 2019 11:06 This article is part of our Women and Leadership special section, which focuses on approaches taken by women, minorities or other disadvantaged groups challenging traditional ways of thinking. In the United States, wealth buys health. Consider: In 2000, in …
  • Health buzzwords on food labels are misleading consumers, study finds 19 Nov 2019 10:53 Consumers are likely to believe that “whole grain” canned pasta, “organic” candy and soda that contains “antioxidants” are more healthful than the same products without those buzzwords on the labels, researchers say. People say they want to make healthful …
  • Tom Hanks is just as nice as you think he is. But read this interview anyway 19 Nov 2019 10:45 Here is a list of stories about Tom Hanks I’ve heard here in the United States over the past few miserable months, as it appeared that politeness and civility and manners were facing an extinction event in this country. Once, in 2008, when he was shooting …
  • Homemade soup may fight malaria —Study 19 Nov 2019 10:44 Some soups may be good for more than just the soul. A new study suggests that certain homemade broths — made from chicken, beef or even just vegetables — might have properties that can help fight malaria. Researcher Jake Baum of Imperial College London …
  • Healthy diet can lower risk of hearing loss: Study 19 Nov 2019 10:37 New York, Nov 19 (IANS) Researchers have found that eating a healthy diet may reduce the risk of acquired hearing loss. Using longitudinal data collected in the Nurses’ Health Study II Conservation of Hearing Study (CHEARS), researchers from Brigham and …
  • Indian Doctors Issue Health Advice as Heavy Smog Increases Chemical Pneumonia Risk 19 Nov 2019 10:21 Asia & Pacific 13:00 19.11.2019Get short URL New Delhi (Sputnik): Every year after Diwali, India suffers major air pollution resulting in health issues in adults as well as children. Heavy smog contains dangerous chemicals including carbon monoxide, …
  • Airport offers opportunity to horticulture players 19 Nov 2019 10:14 By Sada Amir @TheCitizenTZ [email protected] The government wants producers of horticultural products to make use of the available infrastructure in the endeavour to penetrate international market and aid the blossoming of the $764 million …
  • Winslow Township Emergency First Responders Delivering Children’s Letters To Santa Claus With Special Mailboxes 19 Nov 2019 10:09 WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — For the first time, police, fire and EMS officials in Winslow Township are using an old-school form of communication to get kids in the holiday spirit. Children in the area now have a direct way to get in contact with jolly …
  • Food prices push Nigeria inflation to 17-month high 19 Nov 2019 10:05 By REUTERS More by this Author Higher food prices pushed up annual inflation in Nigeria last month after borders with neighbouring countries were closed in a crackdown on smuggling. Nigeria closed parts of its borders in August to fight smuggling of rice …
  • Global Market of Hydroponics Is Expected To Thrive At A Notable CAGR Of More Than 15% Over The Forecast Period 2017-2027 19 Nov 2019 09:47 Nov 19, 2019 (AmericaNewsHour) -- Hydroponics Market Overview Hydroponics is basically a soil-less gardening method which involves growing healthy plants using a nutrient like a mineral rich water solution. The complete process of hydroponics requires only …
  • 'It's not what we expected'   19 Nov 2019 09:21 Four of us were from Kerry, including former teacher Sean Lyons and psychotherapist Tom Griffin. Five of the group had never visited Israel before. Our purpose was to get a better insight into the reality of daily life in Israel for Jews, Arabs and its …
  • DEStorage.com hosting food drive for Food Bank of Delaware 19 Nov 2019 09:20 Delaware News Desk Monday Nov 18, 2019 at 4:00 PM Nov 18, 2019 at 11:31 PM DEStorage.com, which provides self-storage options throughout Delaware, announced the dates for its third annual food drive to benefit the Food Bank of Delaware. Donation barrels …
  • Femail taste tests Iceland's whole Christmas dinner in a pie 19 Nov 2019 09:18 As the days go colder and nights grow longer, many of us are already thinking about Christmas - and the mouth-watering dinner that will be served up on the big day.   But while turkey and trimmings are undoubtedly delicious, they can be tricky - and time …
  • 3 dining experiences to take in before the holiday season takes over your life 19 Nov 2019 08:43 You know it’s coming. The holidays mean your calendar will be squished with office functions, kids’ events, cocktail parties, and family commitments. Now’s the time for some civilized food and drink before it all gets nutty. A Hundred Years of Modern Art …
  • Keto diet helps combat the flu virus better 19 Nov 2019 08:42 Ketogenic diet helps tame flu virus: Study. Washington: Here's some good news for people following ketogenic regimen diet. A high-fat, low-carbohydrate diet also known as the keto diet is helpful in combating flu virus, suggests a study. Mice that were …
  • Food, gasolene shortages reported in cities 19 Nov 2019 08:42 LA PAZ (AP) : Residents in several Bolivian cities are reporting food and gasolene shortages because of protests by supporters of ousted President Evo Morales. Bolivia’s interim government said Monday that its efforts to ­resupply La Paz face challenges …
  • Charities provide food support for Peterborough families and schoolchildren 19 Nov 2019 08:41 Food support has been given to families and schoolchildren in Peterborough, FoodCycle, a charity which uses surplus food to strengthen the local community by offering healthy, nutritious meals, is working with Peterborough-based firm Hotpoint to help those …
  • 'For Sama': A love letter from filmmaker to daughter on life and war in Aleppo 19 Nov 2019 08:41 Imagine, just for a minute, living inside a war zone. Going to work every day, caring for your family, trying to be normal in a situation that is anything but normal. That was the experience of filmmaker Waad al-Kateab and her husband, Hamza, a doctor, who …
  • Food Trends 2020: Meal Kits, Convenience Store Nutrition and Drinkable Collagen 19 Nov 2019 08:39 Newswise — Most people think of collagen as a protein used for cosmetic purposes that you get in a jar, but prepare for drinkable collagen. If you think that’s interesting, try going online to order meal kits – full of just-the-right ingredients for the …
  • Waste keeps school stoves burning 19 Nov 2019 08:19 Energy from waste technology is mushrooming in the Transkei and could soon be taking root in Nelson Mandela Bay. Gordon Ayres, CEO of Agama Biogas, which is driving the quiet boom in the Transkei, said on Monday new integrated biogas digesters had been …
  • Newly-discovered wasp species named after Idris Elba 19 Nov 2019 08:07 Scientists have named a newly discovered wasp species after British actor and musician Idris Elba. (Elijah Talamas/PA)When people think of Idris Elba they think of Luther, The Wire, or even his DJ sets – what does not spring to mind is a wasp. But …
  • Keep diabetic dining simple during the holidays 19 Nov 2019 07:46 Staff photo / R. Michael Semple Pam Evans, registered dietitian at Trumbull Regional Medical Center in Warren, left, and Linda Tominey, diabetes coordinator and nurse educator, talk about controlling diabetes with a proper diet of everyday food. …
  • Phytogenic Feed Additives Market 2025: Some Basic Influencing Factors Making It’s Booming Industry 19 Nov 2019 07:46 Nov 19, 2019 (The Expresswire) -- Phytogenic Feed Additives Market report provides analysis of top players in all regions with industry size, growth, technology, market insights, demand, trend, key statistics and industry forecasts to 2025 A latest …
  • The 50th Annual Fall Harvest Food Drive 19 Nov 2019 07:43 Generosity and empathy are qualities the Fullerton College community strives to instill in students. The 50th annual Fall Harvest Food Drive is a testament to those qualities. The Ethnic Studies Department, along with M.E.Ch.A., remains dedicated to …
  • Local man turns 100, says secret to long life is staying away from bad people 19 Nov 2019 07:36 CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Edward Snyder has outlived his wife, two girlfriends, and two of his four children. He still drives and lives by himself in senior apartments. On Monday, November 18, he turned 100 years young. Snyder grew up in Cohoes and now …
  • The gift of cooking: Five fun and healthy recipe books for kids 19 Nov 2019 07:03 When we think about the holidays we often think about all of the great food that we will get to enjoy — your father’s famous stuffing or your grandma’s homemade cookies. Food brings us together, reminds us of loved ones and represents tradition. For the …
  • 7cm live worm removed from 70-year-old man’s eye 19 Nov 2019 07:02 Representative imageSURAT: Jashu Patel, a 70-year-old man from a small village near Bharuch, had severe pain in the right eye for the past two months. Doctors too were perplexed as no medicine provided him any relief. Ultimately, when they conducted a …
  • In the deserts of Dubai, salmon farming thrives 19 Nov 2019 06:54 AFP 19th Nov 2019 09:15:53 GMT +0300 In the Dubai desert, Atlantic conditions are recreated to raise thousands of salmon in tanks. From a control room in the middle of Dubai's desert, Norway's sunrises and sunsets and the cool currents of the …
  • Genetics determine if kidneys benefit from certain dietary compounds 19 Nov 2019 06:53 Not all kidneys get the same benefits from dietary compounds, they depend on genetics. Washington: A recent study suggests that not everyone's kidney gets benefited from the dietary compound they consume, instead kidney health may depend on an …
  • Hamilton mum cooks 667 cubes of baby food for $58 19 Nov 2019 06:50 A Hamilton mum has made nearly 700 cubes of baby food for less than half the cost of pre-packed fare. Busy Happy Kids blogger, and mother of three, Kathrine Lynch, spent $58 on groceries for the blitzed baby food. She used apple, pear, beef, chicken and …
  • Basic ingredients to keep in your kitchen for cooking Chinese food 19 Nov 2019 05:54 So, your counter is cleaned, your knives are sharpened, and your apron is crisp, with a matching towel resting on your shoulder. You are ready to Wok & Roll. Now let’s talk about the basic ingredients we need for the show. Thank goodness most grocery …
  • One year later: Leafy greens tested for recall-causing bacteria 19 Nov 2019 05:48 WINNIPEG -- According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency since the beginning of 2018 there have been 32 recalls of leafy greens or salad products containing leafy greens. All were related to bacteria, mostly E. coli O157:H7 and listeria. To get a …
  • Youth now champion for Silk farming 19 Nov 2019 05:30 Elias Kimanthi and Morris Gitonga at a farm in GItijiwe in Imenti South, Meru County where they do silk farming. PHOTO: LISPER NYAKIO. Traversing the southern part of Meru, Imenti South, in the scorching afternoon sun reveals that the area enjoys some cool …
  • What to know about colon pain 19 Nov 2019 05:25 The colon is another name for the large intestine. It is an important part of the digestive system. Sometimes, a person can experience pain in this area. After food goes through the stomach, it enters the small intestine, where the body absorbs the …
  • My travel life: Andrea Bocelli 19 Nov 2019 05:07 THERE ARE A FEW THINGS I NEED FOR A PERFECT HOLIDAY and music is, of course, one of them. It isn't just my bread and butter, but also my greatest passion. Music brings me light and life every single day and a holiday would be incomplete without it. I …
  • Worker at Downers Grove day care accused of force-feeding 7-month-old convicted of battery 19 Nov 2019 04:57 A worker at a Downers Grove day-care business was convicted Monday of misdemeanor battery over allegations she force-fed one of the clients, a 7-month-old girl. But DuPage County Judge Robert Miller also found Maura Healy not guilty of endangering the …
  • Brothers Beer and Juke Joint BBQ opens in Onehunga 19 Nov 2019 04:42 Brothers Beer has opened the doors of its fourth Brothers Beer craft beer bar and Juke Joint BBQ restaurant at 120 Onehunga Mall, Onehunga. The new Onehunga site is housed in an iconic heritage building, the old Onehunga Post Office, now set to become a …
  • Sage advice: How this herb may boost your memory 19 Nov 2019 04:21 You may affectionately know sage as a choice herb used to add flavour to a south European-themed roast chicken or burnt butter sauce. But for centuries, well before sage was ever featured on your dinner table, the herb native to the Middle East and the …
  • Guide to Off Grid Living Launches New Living-Off-Grid.com Website to Complement Its Facebook Groups 19 Nov 2019 04:13 The Facebook pages/groups and the off grid website provide info on building off grid homes, producing solar power, growing organic gardens, raising livestock and harvesting rainwater in Arizona, California, New Mexico, New York and Texas     SACRAMENTO …
  • 'Protective' new wasp species named after Idris Elba 19 Nov 2019 04:08 A tiny species of wasp which kills an invasive pest threatening crops has been named after actor Idris Elba. The Idris elba was detected in Guanajuato, Mexico, where it was found to parasitise the eggs of the bagrada stink bug, a major pest of cruciferous …
  • Nigeria inflation rose again in October - Premium Times 19 Nov 2019 04:05 The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Monday said the consumer price index (CPI), which measures inflation, stood at 11.61 per cent in October. The NBS disclosed this in its latest inflation report posted on its website. This is 0.36 percentage points …
  • Lineage Logistics Announces Acquisition of Emergent Cold, Expands U.S. Port Network and Strategic Presence in Asia-Pacific Market 19 Nov 2019 04:02 NOVI, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 18, 2019-- Lineage Logistics Holdings, LLC (“Lineage” or the “Company”), the world’s largest and most innovative provider of temperature-controlled logistics solutions, today announced it has signed definitive agreements …
  • Stores stop selling fruit, vegetables after action 19 Nov 2019 03:48 Stores stop selling fruit, vegetables after action LAHORE:Majority of mega grocery stores in the provincial metropolis stopped selling fruits and vegetables following a crackdown of district administration Lahore here Monday. However, the district …
  • Iranian tomatoes bring no relief for consumers 19 Nov 2019 03:46 KARACHI: The arrival of Iranian tomato consignment at Super Highway Sabzi Mandi failed to bring any relief to consumers in the city on Monday as retailers continued to charge Rs300-320 per kg for the vegetable. Talking to Dawn, traders said only a limited …
  • Hybrid Seeds Market Growing at 9.7% CAGR to Reach USD 99.9 billion by 2023 19 Nov 2019 03:45 Nov 18, 2019 (Hitech News Daily via COMTEX) -- According to a new report published by Allied Market Research, titled, "Hybrid Seeds Market by Crop, Duration, Seed Treatment, Farm, and Acreage: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2017- …
  • Electric coop awards area school grants 19 Nov 2019 03:34 Kelly Cummings, back row left, and Bethany Shepherd, sixth-grade teachers at Millennium Charter Academy, are awarded Surry-Yadkin EMC Bright Ideas grants by linemen Brock Dodson and Patrick Gwyn, all posing for a picture with several of their students. …
  • Inflation touches highest point in 5 years 19 Nov 2019 03:26 Inflation touches highest point in 5 years ISLAMABAD: Inflation has reached highest point in last five years as it increased by 1.82 percent in the month of October compared to September of this year. According to the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS), …
  • Does the keto diet cause constipation? 19 Nov 2019 03:14 The ketogenic diet, more commonly called the keto diet, involves a severely restricted carbohydrate intake. People who follow the keto diet compensate for this reduction in carbohydrates by increasing their intake of high fat foods and eating moderate …
  • Five ‘Kisan Platforms’ established to control vegetables prices 19 Nov 2019 03:12 Five ‘Kisan Platforms’ established to control vegetables prices Rawalpindi:On the directives of Punjab Chief Minister Usman Bazaar, city district government, Rawalpindi has established five ‘Kisan Platforms’ in different localities, where vegetables will …
  • Healthful dietary patterns may reduce the risk of acquired hearing loss 19 Nov 2019 03:07 Investigators from Brigham and Women's Hospital have found that eating a healthy diet may reduce the risk of acquired hearing loss. Using longitudinal data collected in the Nurses' Health Study II Conservation of Hearing Study (CHEARS), researchers …
  • A shot of Malort with beef broth and giardiniera chaser — the Talbott Hotel wants to test your Chicago mettle 19 Nov 2019 03:05 Jokes aside, the Talbott Hotel will ask the “true Chicagoan” question this weekend in the form of its Italian Beef Juice Challenge: a shot of Malort, followed by a cup of bone broth (served warm) made from the prime rib used for the French dip sandwich. A …
  • Veteran filmmaker Hà Bắc has released an animated short about Việt Nam's islands and seas. 19 Nov 2019 03:02 NGHỆ AN  — About 250km from Hà Nội, Quỳnh Bảng Commune in the central province of Nghệ An is home to a tasty surprise ahead.  And if you are a food lover, do not delay, because a surprise here means great food. Wandering around the salt fields along …
  • Fruits and vegetables 19 Nov 2019 02:59 Fruits and vegetables LAHORE: Majority of mega grocery stores in the provincial metropolis stopped selling fruits and vegetables following a crackdown of district administration Lahore here Monday. However, the district administration claimed that they …
  • JUI-F pledges to get rid of Imran Khan 19 Nov 2019 02:59 JUI-F pledges to get rid of Imran Khan SUKKUR: JUI-F Secretary General, Allama Rashid Mahmood Soomro, has said his party has pledged to get rid of Prime Minister Imran Khan to provide relief to the people. While addressing the participants of a sit-in of …
  • Historic Royal Visit to Waitangi 19 Nov 2019 02:50 The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall’s historic visit to Waitangi The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will visit the Waitangi Treaty Grounds tomorrow during their week-long trip to New Zealand. It will be the first visit to Waitangi …
  • Menopause may be causing your infuriating itch: Dr MARTIN SCURR answers your health questions 19 Nov 2019 02:21 QUESTION: I'm 57 and had a hysterectomy over five years ago. I am now going through the menopause. Most of my symptoms are fairly mild, apart from the itchy skin, which affects my legs and arms and drives me mad. Sheila Baker, Doncaster, S. Yorks. …
  • Personal trainer shares the tips and tricks to help you get rid of inner thigh fat forever 19 Nov 2019 02:20 Fitness expert Rachael Attard has revealed you can get rid of stubborn inner thigh fat by ditching carbs and avoiding squats at the gym.  The Sydney personal trainer said the inner thighs are a problem area for many women, with many saying whatever they …
  • Latino Nonprofit Receives $400,000 Grant To Help Farmers Of Color 19 Nov 2019 02:20 A local nonprofit aimed at empowering the Latino community has received a nearly half-million dollar grant to help increase sustainable agricultural programs for farmers of color. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s $400,000 grant to Forest Grove-based …
  • NE development: Lean on regional planning :: Dr BK Mukhopadhyay 19 Nov 2019 02:18 NE development: Lean on regional planning techniques Dr BK Mukhopadhyay * Whither NER? Being a real resourceful region NER calls for appropriate planning so that the latent talent could be explored, which, in turn, can help flourish the national economy in …
  • Spectacular walks and a lesson in ryokan etiquette 19 Nov 2019 02:16 I don’t know who was more startled, me or the room attendant. As soon as she saw me, she anxiously pointed at my feet, making shocked exclamations in Japanese. I was walking on the woven tatami mats in my hiking shoes. I leapt off the cherished mats like …
  • Novel Glass-Paneled Solar Cooker Delivers Exceptional Performance 19 Nov 2019 02:03 Written by AZoCleantechNov 18 2019 Researchers at EPFL have built a glass-paneled solar cooker that provides excellent performance. Their patented design is designed to work an average of 155 days per year in the cloudiest areas of Switzerland, and up to …
  • Back in action 19 Nov 2019 02:03 Longnan Wholesale Market, one of the largest of its kind in Minhang and among six major wholesale markets in Shanghai, reopened recently after a 16-month renovation. The market offers eight categories of commodities, including meat, vegetables, seafood, …
  • Year-end bounty: Sourcing holiday meals at Silverton Winter Market 19 Nov 2019 02:02 November 2019 Posted in Community, Food & Drink By Melissa Wagoner Holiday meal planning can be a great time to experiment with locally sourced foods, according to Sarah Brown, owner of Diggin’ Roots Farm in Silverton. “Eating local around the holidays …
  • No privacy for dying in Newcastle West hospital 19 Nov 2019 02:02 INSPECTORS at a County Limerick hospital found that patients were left to die in busy public rooms with only a curtain for privacy. The inspection was carried out at St Ita’s Community Hospital in Newcastle West by the Health Information and Quality …
  • Bloated or pregnant: How to tell 19 Nov 2019 01:57 If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works. Some people may find it hard to tell the difference between being bloated or pregnant as they can share similar symptoms. If a person is unsure whether they …
  • Galangal Roots Health Benefits And Possible Side Effects 19 Nov 2019 01:52 Galangal roots are cousins of the ginger vegetable. Both are rhizomes, which are fresh or dried roots, that grow horizontally rather than vertically. The origin of the galangal roots go back to Southeast Asia, especially in Indonesia, where it is used as …
  • Health takes a back seat among techies 19 Nov 2019 01:47 Express News Service THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Being chained to a desk and working to beat deadlines create a sedentary lifestyle among software professionals. The long working hours that the IT industry demands and the resulting stress have been taking a toll …
  • Corporate Citizenship &amp; Giving Guide 2019: American Heart Association 19 Nov 2019 01:44 Kids get an appreciation for fruits and vegetables at the I Can Make A Difference Youth Health Event hosted by the Children Defense Fund LA, Jack & Jill of America SFV chapter and the American Heart Association. (Photo by Mitchell Haddad) American …
  • SO Rotary and SOPL collect items for various organizations 19 Nov 2019 01:44 SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Gifting Days are here again! South Orange Rotary and the South Orange Public Library will be working with Wynona’s House, Isaiah House, M.E.N.D. and Diller Teen Fellows to collect items for donation. The collection will run through Dec. …
  • Opinion: The cost of convenience 19 Nov 2019 01:37 Lauren Lee /THE REVIEW “We are still far, far away from a zero waste reality,” Sarra Sundstrom, a senior majoring in environmental studies & English, says. BY SARRA SUNDSTROM Senior Reporter Turning down a long, fluorescent bathed aisle of my local …
  • Sycamore Creek charter school plants roots in Huntington Beach with new gardens 19 Nov 2019 01:16 Sycamore Creek Community Charter School in Huntington Beach introduced two new edible gardens — or at least their infrastructure — on Sunday, thanks to a $4,500 grant from Home Depot’s Team Depot Foundation. Community members gathered over the weekend at …
  • Lyft Now Offering Discounted Rides For Baltimore Residents Who Live In Food Deserts 19 Nov 2019 01:11 BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Some Baltimoreans struggle with having access to healthy food. They may live in neighborhoods, labeled as food deserts, or when there’s no grocery store with fresh fruits and vegetables. Lyft is hoping to change that by offering …
  • LIST: Where You Can Pre-Order A Whole Thanksgiving Meal In Baltimore 19 Nov 2019 01:09 BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Preparing for Thanksgiving can be stressful and time-consuming, so here is a list of places offering a complete quick and easy Thanksgiving meal for Baltimoreans to serve and enjoy. Bob Evans: The Thanksgiving feast is available for pick- …
  • Meerut: Hapur mandi official stripped of duties as car crushes vendors’ vegetables 19 Nov 2019 01:08 Vegetable Vendors’ Association alleged that they have been facing high-handedness by Mandi Samiti officials and lodged complaints on several occasions, but to no avail. (Representational Image) Two days after a video surfaced showing official vehicle of …
  • Narrow canopies could lift almond yields 19 Nov 2019 01:06 IMPROVED tree architecture, including narrower canopies, could be the key to growing almond orchard production and efficiency, according to Plant and Food Research Australia senior scientist, Grant Thorp. In a research program funded by Hort Innovation, …
  • Biofuels: There is more palm oil in your car’s tank than in your food 19 Nov 2019 01:06 Spain, like many other European countries, has a palm oil problem and it is nothing to do with food. The EU is going to ban the use of the crop in biofuels but Spain continues to import millions of tonnes from countries such as Indonesia and Malaysia. For …
  • Naomie Harris wants to buy a rural home 19 Nov 2019 00:20 Los Angeles, Nov 19 (IANS) Actress Naomie Harris, who is currently living in London, wants to buy a more rural abode where she can be as self-sufficient as possible. Harris spoke about her plans on living an “off-grid” life in an interview to the Observer …
  • Opening date for Ormskirk's new Lidl store confirmed 19 Nov 2019 00:05 The opening date for the Ormskirk's new Lidl store has been confirmed. The new supermarket, located on Burscough Road opposite Hattersley Retail Park, will open its doors for the first time on Thursday (November 21). Customers are invited to attend a …
  • How high triglycerides caused a diet change – at age 10 18 Nov 2019 23:34 Like many 10-year-olds, Lara Asch loved burgers and fries, pasta and pizza. Although she was staying active with gym classes at school, plus tennis and dance, her body began to show signs she may not be healthy. High triglycerides "My stomach was …
  • 10 Black Friday-level kitchen tech deals — and an extra 15 percent off 18 Nov 2019 23:31 As Black Friday and Cyber Monday approach, are you taking stock of the kitchenwares you want to buy or gift? What about your cookbooks? If you're in the market to upgrade your kitchen with some unique tech and time-saving innovations, these deals might …
  • Kellogg Company Awarded Best Economic Empowerment Program at U.S. Chamber Foundation Citizens Awards 18 Nov 2019 23:16 BATTLE CREEK, Mich., Nov. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center named Kellogg Company the winner of the 2019 Citizens Awards, in the category of Best Economic Empowerment Program. This year …
  • Hate broccoli? Scientists say it could be genetic 18 Nov 2019 22:52 (CNN) - Do certain vegetables make you want to gag? Does just the thought of broccoli make you want to run for the hills? Turns out, you could be what scientists refer to as "a super-taster," meaning you’re someone with the genetic predisposition …
  • Why you should wash fruits and vegetables 18 Nov 2019 20:26 Although most people know that they must handle animal products appropriately to prevent illness, fruits and vegetables can also carry harmful germs. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) estimate that around 48 million people every year get sick from …
  • Couple outraged to find Aldi label on their Waitrose vegetables 18 Nov 2019 18:53 The packet was labelled with both Waitrose and AldiA couple who bought a packet of roasted vegetables from Waitrose were dismayed to find it was labelled from Aldi. They ordered the veg on Ocado, and it arrived seemingly fine, with the front of the packet …
  • Dried Vegetables Market 2019 With Top Countries Data : Industry Trends, Share, Size, Top Key Players Analysis and Forecast Research 18 Nov 2019 15:51 Nov 18, 2019 (The Expresswire) -- The worldwide market for Dried Vegetables is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly 14.3% over the next five years, will reach 16000 million US$ in 2024, from 8210 million US$ in 2019, according to a new Reserach Report …
  • Fruits & Vegetables Packaging Market Is Booming Worldwide with Amcor, Bemis, Berry Plastics 18 Nov 2019 11:45 Nov 18, 2019 (HTF Market Intelligence via COMTEX) -- HTF MI recently introduced Global Fruits & Vegetables Packaging Market study with in-depth overview, describing about the Product / Industry Scope and elaborates market outlook and status to 2025 …
  • Irish-American couple ‘starved toddler to death’ on vegan diet of raw fruit and vegetables 18 Nov 2019 11:01 AN 18-month-old toddler has died from alleged starvation after his Irish-American parents fed him nothing but a vegan diet of raw fruit and vegetables. Ryan O’Leary, 30, and Sheila O’Leary, 35, have been charged with aggravated manslaughter and child …
  • Most vegetables not available in weekly makeshift markets over price issue 18 Nov 2019 03:16 Most vegetables not available in weekly makeshift markets over price issue LAHORE:Prices of majority of seasonal vegetables remained higher besides overcharging and non-availability of number of items on account of wrong pricing issue in the weekly …
  • Viral: Vehicle used to crush vegetables 17 Nov 2019 12:17
  • Outraged couple find Aldi stickers covering their Waitrose Mediterranean roast vegetables 17 Nov 2019 11:49 Outraged couple find Aldi stickers covering their Waitrose Mediterranean roast vegetables amid claims the supermarkets are selling the same food for different prices Disappointed couple made the startling discovery in food delivery last Sunday  Found their …
  • Anti-encroachment drive: Mandi secretary’s vehicle used to crush vegetables in UP, video goes viral 17 Nov 2019 06:04 17 Nov 2019, 10:39AM ISTSource: TNNAn official vehicle of the mandi secretary in Hapur ran over the farm produce put up for sale by vegetable vendors at a makeshift point on the road in the Naveen Mandi area of Uttar Pradesh, in an anti-encroachment drive. …
  • Video Shows UP Official's SUV Crushing Farmer's Vegetables At Market 17 Nov 2019 03:08 The senior official had decided to go on surprise anti-encroachment drive on Saturday Hapur, Uttar Pradesh: A white SUV of a senior government official in Uttar Pradesh is seen running over vegetables of a farmer in a video that has been condemned widely …