Tag: Agriculture
2 months ago
leinsterleader.ie

Monetary support promised for Kildare tillage farmers in 2024

The commitment was made by the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue

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6 months ago
wsj.com

Climate Change Made Their Homes Unsafe. Who Pays for Their Move?

Developing nations like Uganda, where more rain is causing deadly landslides, will press rich nations at internationa...

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6 months ago
inews.co.uk

Ban on cattle movement extended as more deadly bluetongue cases found in Kent

Environment Secretary Steve Barclay approves the extension of an existing zone near Canterbury to a wider area coveri...

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7 months ago
wsj.com

GrainCorp Holds Dividend Despite 34% Fall in Annual Profit

Volumes and margins beat historical averages, but were down from record levels in fiscal 2022

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8 months ago
politico.eu

Australia pushes for EU deal at upcoming trade meeting

Hopes rise that Brussels and Canberra can close the gap on the sidelines of gathering of G7 trade ministers in Japan.

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8 months ago
wsj.com

How Far Is China’s Slowdown Spreading? Ask a Dairy Farmer 6,000 Miles Away

Weak demand among Chinese consumers for milk is rippling out to the rolling hills of New Zealand

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9 months ago
leinsterleader.ie

Seven day extension to the slurry spreading period welcomed by Kildare Senator

A Kildare-based Senator has welcomed the recent extension granted to the slurry spreading season. Fianna Fáil Senator...

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9 months ago
thenationonlineng.net

Yam farmers battle challenges of climate change, insecurity - The Nation Newspaper

The Nation Newspaper Yam farmers battle challenges of climate change, insecurity

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9 months ago
wsj.com

Australia Fruit Grower Costa Agrees to Paine Schwartz Takeover

Paine Schwartz lowered its takeover proposal from an initial A$3.50 a share after several months of discussions

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10 months ago
cnn.com

China says its ban on Japanese seafood is about safety. Is it really?

In the busy streets of Hong Kong’s Central district the lunchtime queues snake around the swanky Japanese restaurants...

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10 months ago
cnn.com

Endangered lioness killed after escaping farm in South Korea

An endangered lioness was shot dead in South Korea on Monday, an hour after escaping a private farm, according to loc...

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11 months ago
cnn.com

What Asia’s top potato chip maker learned from a huge supply shortage

What happens when Asia’s biggest potato chip maker runs out of potatoes? Japanese snack brand Calbee had to learn the...

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11 months ago
wsj.com

Inflation Is Cooling. Food Inflation Could Get Worse.

Russia pulled out of an international agreement that allows Ukraine to export grain through the Black Sea. WSJ’s Jare...

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11 months ago
wsj.com

Coles’s Bid for Saputo Processing Plants Raises Competition Concerns

Australia’s competition watchdog is concerned that supermarket operator Coles’s proposed acquisition of two milk-proc...

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12 months ago
wsj.com

Paine Schwartz Makes $1.08 Billion Offer for Australian Fruit Grower Costa

Fruit and vegetable grower Costa Group received an unsolicited takeover proposal from U.S. private-equity firm Paine ...

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about 1 year ago
leinsterleader.ie

Tillage Capital Investment Scheme is now accepting applications from Kildare residents

Kildare residents can now apply for the Tillage Capital Investment Scheme. Fianna Fáil Senator Fiona O'Loughlin welco...

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about 1 year ago
cnn.com

Environmental hero’s mission to save the most over-fished sea in the world

Marine conservationist Zafer Kizilkaya has won a Goldman Environmental Prize for his work to protect and restore Turk...

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about 1 year ago
politico.eu

Eastern Europeans face Brussels backlash over Ukraine grain bans

‘Unilateral bans of individual countries won’t solve anything,’ says Czech farm minister.

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about 1 year ago
tech.eu

Permia Sensing secures pre-seed funding to improve palm plantation sustainability

Today agtech company Permia Sensing announces £250,000 in a pre-seed round led by early-stage focused venture capital...

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over 1 year ago
politico.eu

Who’s feeding the world? We are, say both Ukraine and Russia, as war rages on

Rhetoric escalates ahead of talks to extend a UN-brokered deal that, since last July, has made it possible for Ukrain...

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

Deere to Allow Farmers to Repair Their Own Equipment

An agreement with a farm group is aimed at ensuring that farmers and independent repair shops can fix increasingly hi...

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over 1 year ago
cnn.com

Lab-grown meat could be served up for dinner soon. What does it taste like? | CNN Business

The meatball tastes like meat, an accomplishment in itself.

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

WSJ News Exclusive | Ships Linked to Russia’s Biggest Grain Exporter Moved Stolen Ukrainian Cargo

The vessels shipped thousands of tons of stolen Ukrainian grain to global buyers, using a sophisticated system of fee...

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over 1 year ago
cnn.com

Inflation isn't going anywhere. Just look at the latest data from Europe | CNN Business

European inflation has accelerated to a new record high as energy and food prices in the region continue to skyrocket.

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almost 2 years ago
wsj.com

Australia’s Bumper Wheat Crop Faces Export Constraints

Australia forecast another bumper wheat crop following above-average rainfall on its east coast, but supply chain bot...

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almost 2 years ago
anguscountyworld.co.uk

Farmers urged to think safety first

A risk management specialist is urging Scotland’s farmers not to relax safety standards after official figures reveal...

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almost 2 years ago
politico.eu

Reality check: Black Sea grain deal

Ships are now leaving Ukraine with their valuable cargo — but will it make a real difference?

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almost 2 years ago
wsj.com

Tassal Agrees to A$1.1 Billion Takeover by Canada’s Cooke Inc.

Tassal Group has agreed to be bought by Canada’s Cooke Inc. in a takeover that values the Australian salmon producer ...

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almost 2 years ago
politico.eu

Will it last? Ukraine fears Russian missiles will blow up Black Sea grain deal

As the first grain ships leave, Ukraine’s deputy economy minister sees “a small chance” it will be OK.

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almost 2 years ago
politico.eu

The first grain ship has left Ukraine under the Black Sea deal. Now what?

Diplomats hope the agreement on grain shipments could be a test case for future peace talks.

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almost 2 years ago
politico.eu

Ukraine bets on Britain to help ship grain to the world

Kyiv says an agreement with UK could come ‘soon,’ though British leadership frontrunner Liz Truss had claimed one was...

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almost 2 years ago
politico.eu

Putin’s propaganda machine hammers EU while Brussels sleeps

Russian foreign minister tours Africa, blaming Europe for food crisis.

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almost 2 years ago
nationalworld.com

What to expect at this year’s Great Yorkshire Show - plus how to watch from home

The Great Yorkshire Show 2022: what is it, dates, opening times, map, can you get tickets and results so far

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almost 2 years ago
politico.eu

Ukraine remains wary as talks kick off to resume Black Sea trade

Kyiv wants assurances that its ships and ports will remain unharmed if maritime trade resumes.

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almost 2 years ago
politico.eu

Putin and Zelenskyy edge closer to Black Sea shipping truce

Erdoğan held separate calls on grain shipping with leaders of Russia and Ukraine, boosting hopes of progress.

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almost 2 years ago
politico.eu

Turkey holds key to unblocking Black Sea grain deal, Ukraine says

Kyiv government official says a proposal under discussion would mean no need to de-mine waters to get grain moving.

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almost 2 years ago
inews.co.uk

Wheat shortage threatens 'horrific' consequences while cooking oil supply recovers

With the summer harvest season looming, experts fear Russian forces will refuse to offer 'safe passage' for Ukraine g...

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about 2 years ago
politico.eu

WTO breaks negotiating slump with package of deals

The deals breathe new life into the moribund organization, which previously had produced only one new multilateral ag...

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about 2 years ago
politico.eu

WTO boss warns against economic cold war

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala tells POLITICO now is not the time to back out of global trade.

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