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1. Outback verandas
May 02, 2018

Most Australians have grown up with pleasant images of a graceful country homestead surrounded by a shady veranda where dusty farmers once kicked off their boots and relaxed with a cold beer after a hard day's work. Sound familiar? These wide, shade filled verandas are an integral part of the Australian landscape and are seen on as many homes today as they were in the days of our ancestors. The reason why they remain such a popular design feature in modern homes is easy: outdoor verandas or covered pergolas are easy to erect, they create a wonderful, relaxed outdoor environment for c... (read more)

Author: Innes Donaldson

2. HSE To Visit Farms To Check How Building Maintenance Risks Are Being Managed
March 16, 2018

The Health and Safety Initiative (HSE) has launched a new inspection initiative geared towards ensuring that farmers are effectively managing the risks associated with building maintenance on their sites. The body said that simple steps could be taken to avoid or manage such risks when building maintenance takes place. It added that its inspectors would be visiting farms across the country during January to ensure measures were in place to protect farmers, their workers and contractors. What are the risks to those maintaining farm buildings? Various risks can be present... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

3. Shelved Wines Is Offering the Best Wine to Customers Straight From the Desktop
January 25, 2018

Shelved Wine offers uniquely tasted and delicious wines to their users without any hassle. They do this by giving the users a range of options which they get to select while sitting at home from the means of a computer and internet connection. The users get delivered to their destination within 7 days of the time when they order from www.shelvedwine.com “We're offering gourmet wines from real farmers with expert knowledge of the terror and heritage of their products, and more interested in your drinking pleasure than anything else.,” says Shelved Wine CEO and founder Valentino Minotti. ... (read more)

Author: John Doe

4. How to Define Organic Foods
August 01, 2017

Exactly what are Organic Foods? Defines organic agriculture as a methodology that creates products utilizing best practices designed to preserve the environment program has specific requirements about how farmers and ranchers grow crops and raise livestock and which seeds, and feeds they can use These requirements cover the product rice & flour, oils & Ghee, pulses, sweeteners, tea & coffee, pickles, spices, dry fruits, Herbs, snacks, soap. Some of the requirements for organic farming include- Mother Organic Aloevera Powder Mother Organic Amla Candy Mother Organic Ashwagandha Powder A... (read more)

Author: anna dawson

5. I Heart Keenwah Traces the Path of Fair Trade Dollars in Bolivia
April 23, 2017

Ravi Jolly, co-founder of US-based quinoa company I Heart Keenwah, traveled to Bolivia to meet with Fair Trade certified farmers who grow the company’s organic Royal Bolivian quinoa. Chicago, IL (April 24, 2017) – On April 10, Ravi Jolly, co-founder of US-based quinoa company I Heart Keenwah(http://www.iheartkeenwah.com/), traveled to Bolivia to meet with Fair Trade certified farmers who grow the company’s organic Royal Bolivian quinoa. While conducting interviews with the growers, Jolly gained new insights on the impact that Fair Trade farming has on smallholder family farms. Jolly... (read more)

Author: KJ Newswire

6. 6 Benefits From Supporting Local Businesses
December 27, 2016

In recent years, a movement has begun. It’s a movement that takes consumers away from large, impersonal big-box retailers and introduces them to the people doing business in their very own cities. These are local farmers, Handyman, antiques dealers, and other product providers, with items made locally and sold on a small scale. When a consumer supports his local business owners, he enjoys benefits he can’t possibly get from shopping at national chains. Here are some top reasons to support your local entrepreneurs. 1. Improve your family’s health. Buying local foods has n... (read more)

Author: jesse arjon

7. Uganda Dairy Product Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue : Ken Research
December 19, 2016

Agriculture was the main contributing segment to the overall economy of Uganda in 2015. Dairy sector was the second largest contributor after cereal product market in agriculture industry contributing close to 48.0% in 2015. Dairy market in Uganda is largely unorganized with the presence of large number of small scale dairy farmers who contributes 80.0% to the overall milk production in the nation followed by 20.0% from the large scale dairy farms. Out of the total raw milk production of 2.8 billion liters in 2015 across the nation, only 40.0% of the raw milk is consumed in processed form... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

8. Zimbabwe Drought, Hunger Push Farmers to Seek Greener Pastures
December 13, 2016

A decade ago Ndaizivei Nyamatsatse was the proud owner of 20 cows - a number that made him the envy of his neighbors in Zimbabwe's eastern province of Manicaland, where cattle are prized as a symbol of wealth. But recurring droughts forced the 45-year-old farmer to sell some of his animals to buy food for his wife and six children. Others have died from a lack of grazing and water, leaving Nyamatsatse with only two cows. Even they will not last long. Nyamatsatse plans to sell...... (read more)

9. Myanmar Farmers Hope NLD Can End Suffering of Junta-era Land Grabs
December 10, 2016

The siblings Kaw Nan and La Moi appear glum and still shocked when asked to explain what happened to their father after he removed some fences that a company had built on his farmland in Phang Meti Village. In early August, they said, police suddenly summoned Nhkum Naw Bawk, 58, and two other farmers who had experienced similar problems, because the company had filed a criminal complaint against them for trespassing and destroying private property. “The police told us: ‘Don’t worry,...... (read more)

10. FAO Upgrades Irrigation to Fight Hunger in Zimbabwe
December 09, 2016

In Zimbabwe, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has embarked on a $6-million program to rehabilitate irrigation schemes that President Robert Mugabe's government abandoned, leaving several communities exposed to drought. A tractor at Jalukange Irrigation Scheme — near Zimbabwe's border with Botswana, about 700 kilometers south of Harare — is tilling the land for farmers to plant crops. A 57-hectare plot last had activity almost a decade ago before the irrigation...... (read more)

11. California Dairy Farmers Worry About Law Managing Methane Emissions
December 08, 2016

Methane is an incredibly potent greenhouse gas. While it dissipates more quickly than CO2, it's much better at capturing the sun's heat while it hangs around. New rules aimed at controlling methane emissions are being implemented, and they have not only oil and gas producers worried, but also dairy farmers. VOA's Kevin Enochs explains.... (read more)

12. Cambodian Fishermen Hanging Up Nets as Laos Presses Ahead with Another Dam
December 08, 2016

At the local fish market here along the banks of the Tonle Sap, the morning harvest is enormous. Prized catfish, among other species, dominate sales as buyers for restaurants pile in for the biggest and best on offer. Early business is brisk for the fish farmers who bred and reared their fish securely in ponds. But the afternoons are different, sayid Man Mat, a 29-year-old fish monger. That's when local fishermen deliver their daily catch, taken from near here and the nearby Mekong...... (read more)

13. UN Gives Seeds, Tools to Haitian Farmers Still Reeling From Hurricane
December 06, 2016

The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization has started distributing seeds and tools to Haitian farmers reeling from Hurricane Matthew to help them recover from the country's worst humanitarian crisis since a 2010 earthquake. The FAO said it was aiming by mid-December to reach 125,250 people in regions hardest hit by the hurricane, which struck the Caribbean nation October 4, destroying 90 percent of the harvest and leaving 1.4 million people in need of food aid. In the worst-hit...... (read more)

14. Climate Change and its Effect on Tea Production
December 02, 2016

Global Warming has been the hot topic for any climate convention for the past few decades. The increasing industrialisation has caused a progressive increase in temperatures across the globe. Ever since the increasing temperatures have reached a noticeable limit, farmers in particular have been facing a large problem with their crops. While the effects of global warming have already had their impact on the coffee industry, tea too is being affected due to the rising temperatures. Researchers are now also focussing on the tea industry, and early research does not bode well for them. Some of t... (read more)

Author: Rickey Jones

15. South Korea’s Farmers Join Anti-Park Protests
November 26, 2016

For South Korean farmer Lee Hyo-shin, demanding the ouster of President Park Geun-hye was a slow, grueling 10-day journey atop a vehicle unable to move faster than 20 kilometers (12 miles) per hour. He was one of hundreds of thousands of South Koreans who marched Saturday in the streets near Seoul’s presidential palace, where Park is bracing for what’s likely to be a bitter and prolonged fight against lawmakers who may attempt to impeach her as early as next week. Prosecutors accuse...... (read more)

16. Milton’s Local Helps Farmers and Raises Incomes
November 24, 2016

It’s not unusual for people to change careers. James Faison did, although five years ago, he didn’t imagine he would. With a law degree from Harvard, he was well into a career as a corporate lawyer in Miami, Florida. Then, in 2012, he quit his job and returned to Virginia to run his family's farms. “My grandparents, Milton and Winnie Faison, were second generation farmers. And my grandfather passed away and left the farms to my siblings and me," he explained. "So that...... (read more)

17. Milton’s Local Helps Farmers and Makes Profit
November 23, 2016

It’s not unusual for people to change careers. James Faison is one of them, though five years ago he didn’t imagine he would be. With a law degree from Harvard, he was well into a career as a corporate lawyer in Miami. Then, in 2012, his grandfather died, and Faison inherited his farm. So, he quit his job and returned to Virginia to start a farm business. But instead of raising cattle or corn, he's raising incomes for local farmers. Faiza Elmasry has the story, narrated by Faith Lapidus.... (read more)

18. India to Help Farmers Cope With Cash Crunch
November 17, 2016

India has announced a series of measures to ease a cash crunch for millions of farmers unable to buy seeds, following the government’s unprecedented step to scrap old high-value currency notes. The radical move, aimed at rooting out corruption, has disrupted business and trade in a country that relies heavily on cash transactions. More than a week into the change, there are no signs of the situation improving as tens of thousands of people continue to line up outside banks and ATMs to...... (read more)

19. Scientists See the Light with a Novel Way to Save Bees
November 15, 2016

It can be hard to make sense of what is going on with bees around the world. But we do know a few things: neonicotinoids, a class of pesticide used by commercial farmers in the United States, can make bees more susceptible to illness and infestation by parasites like the Varroa mite. We also know that in 2006, beekeepers began reporting a big problem: in some cases, 50 to 90 percent of the bees in their hives were just disappearing.  These massive losses got the collective name...... (read more)

20. Syria’s Food Shortages Rise as Production Hits Record Low
November 15, 2016

United Nations agencies have warned that food shortages across Syria are growing as production hit a record low. A joint study by the Food and Agriculture Organization and World Food Program found that five years of civil war was severely limiting the ability of farmers to cultivate their land.   The U.N. agencies have blamed the deteriorating food situation in Syria on widespread insecurity and unfavorable weather conditions in parts of the country. Those factors, they said,...... (read more)

21. Ethiopia Lifts Travel Curbs on Diplomats Imposed After Protests
November 08, 2016

Ethiopia has lifted travel restrictions imposed on diplomats under emergency rule, saying calm has been restored after months of violent protests. Over 500 people have been killed in unrest since last year, triggered initially by anger over a development scheme for the capital, which demonstrators said would force farmers off their land in the surrounding Oromiya region. The protests evolved into broader demonstrations over politics and human rights and led to attacks on businesses,...... (read more)

22. Thai Rice Farmers Struggle with Dropping Prices
November 04, 2016

Thai farmers are facing big losses in revenue with the drop in price of rice across Asia. As Steve Sandford reports from Chiang Mai, Thailand, farmers in the region are not sure who to turn to for help.... (read more)

23. Study: Next US President Must Act Fast on Colorado River
November 01, 2016

The next U.S. president will have to act quickly to chart a course so the Colorado River can continue supplying water to millions of city-dwellers, farmers, Indian tribes and recreational users in the Southwest, according to a university research study made public Monday. A survey of policy- and decision-makers by the University of Colorado concluded that the president who takes office in 2017 could almost immediately face the prospect of Colorado River water supply cuts to Arizona and...... (read more)

24. Researchers Develop a Robot to Tackle Mundane Farm Tasks
October 30, 2016

Spraying chemicals, monitoring and harvesting crops are all labor and time-intensive tasks for farmers. Now researchers are developing a robot that can tackle some of those jobs by using radio frequency identification. VOA’s June Soh has more on the multi-tasking robot that is expected to help farmers save money.... (read more)

25. Trump Accuses Democrats of Making Up Polls Showing Clinton Ahead
October 24, 2016

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, trailing in his run for the White House, accused Democrats on Monday of making up phony polls to deflate his vote and make it look like Democrat Hillary Clinton is ahead. "They are phony polls, put out by phony media, trying to suppress our vote," Trump told several dozen farmers in Florida, a large battleground state essential to his hopes of winning the November 8 election. "We're winning this race. I really believe...... (read more)

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