There was tension in Ayamelum Local Government Area of ​​Anambra State following the horrific murder of Mr Okoye Tagbo, a middle-aged farmer. According to a resident, the remains of the deceased were found in a shallow grave near the scene of the attack, without a head, heart, hands, feet andRead More →

A new year is here again, it’s hard to believe we are in 2022. With a new year comes new possibilities and opportunities for farmers. Just like any business, most opportunities come with their fair share of challenges and 2022 will be no exception. So the 2021 tariff ended onRead More →

There are free agricultural machinery and timber management training courses for farmers in Devon and Cornwall. Bridgwater and Taunton College is working with a government-funded program called Train4Tomorrow to offer an Agritech Machinery and Tractor Technology course. The course is open to adults who wish to retrain and acquire practicalRead More →

The Chronicle Mashudu Netsianda, senior reporterLIKE the famous King Midas, remembered in Greek mythology for his ability to turn anything he touched into gold, Bulawayo farmer Mr. Tatenda Kunzekweguta (28) of Montgomery believes that whatever it touches turns green. The young farmer, with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture andRead More →

Dried mealworms provide protein for poultry, pigs and commercially farmed fish (all photos by D. Cahill) The mealworm was once known only as a pest that destroyed stored grain, but the modest mealworm is now in the spotlight as a sustainable high protein food source. Mealworms are not only fedRead More →

Image: Vanapere Farm Find out how Vanapere Farm is contributing to the EU’s transition to carbon neutrality in agriculture. Agriculture contributes to greenhouse gas emissions (10% of total emissions due to human activities). At the same time, however, it holds great potential for sequestering and storing carbon in plants, treesRead More →

Hiddenfjord has been recognized by SEAL (which stands for Sustainability, Environmental Achievement, and Leadership) in the category Environmental initiatives for the spectacular reduction of CO linked to transport by the company2 emissions, which fell 94% when they switched from air freight to ocean freight last year. “Our core value isRead More →

The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) organized a forum to share success stories in the use of information and communication technologies in small and medium-sized cooperatives of farmers in Spain, Argentina, Paraguay and Honduras San José, December 15, 2021 (IICA) – Cooperatives offer an ideal opportunity for smallRead More →

The final weekend of the 21st Anchorage International Film Festival takes place this weekend and among the favorites in the Made-in-Alaska category is a Vermont director’s first documentary effort starring a dairy farmer. from Vermont with a strange and romantic longing for The Last Frontier. ‘Underdog’ will be playing FridayRead More →

All credit to the young farmer movement for putting on a splendid finale to their Covid-19-stricken 2020s and 2021s with their five-star awards dinner in the new members’ pavilion of the Royal Highland Showground on the weekends. last end. What a testament to the lasting enthusiasm of the SAYFC organization,Read More →

Posted: 4:30 p.m. December 8, 2021 Update: 7:30 p.m. December 8, 2021 A farmer on the Shotley Peninsula has relived a farm machinery accident that left him seriously injured in the legs ahead of the Suffolk Young Farmer’s Tractor Run this weekend. Old and modern tractors will roll from MownessRead More →

Mulugu: A farmer, who consumed pesticides on Tuesday evening, died Wednesday at the MGM hospital in Warangal. The deceased was identified as Bethelli Kumar (42) from Shivapur village of Eturnagaram mandal in the district. Kumar had cultivated rice on eight acres. While he owned two acres, he leased six. HeRead More →

Monday, November 29, 2021, 2:41 p.m.Press release: UCOL Keeping up with changing times – and the new Agricultural systems and equipment (level 3) program aims to help newcomers do just that. Primary industries are thriving in the center of the North Island and UCOL is offering more courses to suitRead More →

Lakhimpur Kheri: A large cat attacked and killed a 45-year-old farmer in the Dudhwa buffer zone under the Belrayan Range in Lakhimpur Kheri district on Saturday evening, forestry department officials said. The deceased was identified as Rammurti, a resident of Dumeda village in the Tikunia Kotwali region. The agricultural fields,Read More →

TWO NEW projects exploring the impact of algae supplements on methane emissions from livestock have been given the green light to move forward in the UK. Through a series of trials involving beef and dairy cattle, the researchers plan to assess the ability of supplements to reduce methane emissions, asRead More →

Through Editors – November 19, 2021 Aquaculture technology provider FiiZK will provide salmon farmers Pure Norwegian Seafood with a closed harvest cage. The announcement follows the announcement earlier this week of another contract for FiiZK, supplying two semi-closed cages to Osland Havbruk. FiiZK will deliver Certus Harvest to the PureRead More →

LIFE is like a seed. It takes a long time for the fruits of your labor to become apparent and healthy enough to be picked. For Benzone Kennedy Sepe, a 30-year-old farmer, he made an impossible seed germinate in his own way. Growing apples in a tropical country like theRead More →

Lu Gaolin holds cotton in a cotton field in Shawan City, northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, October 23, 2021 (Photo: Xinhua) Lu Gaolin’s granddaughter runs in a cotton field in Shawan City, northwest China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, October 24, 2021 (Photo: Xinhua) Lu Gaolin cleans a pipe forRead More →

Demonstrations covered sessions on site and soil section, stem selection, nursery, transplanting, mulching, pest and disease control, management practices, harvesting, cleaning, washing, shredding and drying. A two-day theoretical and practical training on kava cultivation practices was successfully held in the village of Halavo in the Central Island Province (CIP) fromRead More →

Kerala farmer. (IANS) A farmer from Kannur district in Kerala has developed an innovative practice to develop supportive roots in cashew trees to protect her senile cashew garden from devastating attacks by borers and frequent cyclonic storms. The area cultivated with cashew nuts in India is around 10.11 lakh ha,Read More →

The Center said on Monday it had adopted an innovative method to control pests in cashew gardens, developed by a Kerala-based farmer for the necessary support and incubation activities. The Kannur district farmer has developed an innovative “cashew multiple rooting propagation method” whereby multiple roots are generated in adult cashewRead More →

It was reassuring to hear former Prime Minister Raila Odinga talk about rainwater harvesting during his address to the Mount Kenya Youth Group in Nairobi this week. Mr. Odinga rightly mentioned that in this era of climate change where rainfall is scarce and unpredictable, rainwater harvesting offers an excellent strategyRead More →

Gabriel Muteshi, (right) with Sammy Shiroko (left) at a Hass avocado farm in the Luvambo region of Shinyalu sub-county on September 30, 2021. [Nathan Ochunge Standard] After suffering huge losses in tea cultivation, Gabriel Muteshi, an electrical engineer, began to think about venturing into other cultures. The prices offered byRead More →

The United States imports more fruits and vegetables than ever before as a shortage of farm and farm workers persists, according to a report by the New American Economy (NAE). As the market for fresh fruits and vegetables has grown over the past 30 years, it appears that American consumersRead More →

Lincoln, Neb. – Nowadays, farmers have more access than ever to all kinds of data on their crops, thanks to the rapid development of sensor and telemetry techniques in recent decades. Yet the adoption rate of sensors for agricultural operations is still low, possibly due to cost, ease of adaptationRead More →

Has Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) really been that bad? Each year, PRRS is introduced into each production phase, with the heaviest impact on mortality in young pigs. But what does the impact look like for finishing pigs? The latest and most well-known of the PRRS breaks, identified asRead More →