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  • Chinese vice premier calls for regional agricultural cooperation

    Agriculture Industry News.Net

    Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang Friday called for greater agricultural cooperation among the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) economies in the wake of food security challenge. Speaking at the ...

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

    Star Tribune

    CHICAGO -- Grain futures were lower Friday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for Dec delivery was 4.50 cents lower at $4.84 a bushel; Dec corn was 40 cents lower at $3.3425 a ...

  • Dairy farmers warn of fresh price protests

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    More than 400 dairy farmers from across the Midlands have voted to support a new wave of milk price protests unless processors move to reverse the latest milk price cuts.

  • New red mite vaccine on the way

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    It is one of the first vaccines developed that will work against external parasites of any type. Red mites cost the EU poultry industry about EUR130m/year (?102m/year), according to Professor Julie ...

  • Public support for badger culls on the rise survey shows

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    The poll of 2,122 adults, taken as the culls restarted, showed 36% of those surveyed were in favour of the culls this year, up from 31% in 2012. But opposition to the culls still holds the majority ...

  • Twose offers a variable forward-reach hedger

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    Twose has entered the variable forward-reach arm market with a new 5.4m model that claims to deliver greater comfort and visibility. The TP540C has a 0.9m forward extension that puts the flailhead ...

  • Drop-leg sprayer can improve pest control

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    One major agrochemical group is encouraging oilseed rape growers to apply pesticides to flowering crops with drop-leg sprayers to help save costs and bees.

  • Farm crimes five times more likely on Thursdays

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    Criminals are five times more likely to strike farms on Thursdays, according to detailed statistics which have helped one police unit cut rural crime by more than 30%.

  • Half of dairy herds not tested for BVD in past year

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    More work is needed in helping farmers tackle bovine viral diarrhoea (BVD) in cattle with up to half of farmers admitting they hadn't tested their herd in the last 12 months, according to a new ...

  • Pneumonia in calves Plan for protect your dairy herd

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    According to Defra, the disease is responsible for the death of some 160,000 calves in the UK each year with a market value of ?99m. Typically triggered by stress, which reduces the animal's ...

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  • Silage results confirm first-cut intake concerns

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    First cut grass silage quality is much poorer than that made in 2013, which could lead to reduced feed intakes and lower milk yields this winter. Results from more than 400 first-cut and 7,000 ...

  • Scotland independence No vote wins

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    Scotland's farmers and food processors will not be satisfied with a return to "business as usual" after the conclusive No vote in yesterday's independence referendum.

  • Son charged with attempted murder of dairy farming dad

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    Lewis Clapp, 29, was remanded in custody after he appeared at Exeter Crown Court on Thursday (18 September) to faces the charges. Mr Clapp, of Hestover Farm, Baltonsborough, near Glastonbury, ...

  • Fertile Minds Business event for young farmers is back

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    will bring together 150 ambitious young farmers in the early stages of their careers for a day packed with business advice, practical workshops and inspirational talks. If you are aged 18-25 and keen ...

  • 2014 Farmers Weekly Farm Employer finalists revealed

    Farmers Weekly Interactive

    Farm businesses that view people as a valuable asset are the ones that are built to last. Jane King had the privilege of meeting three distinct employers with one big achievement in common - they are ...

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