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SECTOR NEWS
Publish Date:16 Oct 2018
The Ankole longhorn of Uganda are being replaced with industrial species that produce more milk and meat but are more susceptible to disease   THE DRIVE for genetic selection means cattle are increasingly vulnerable to...
The International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems (IPES-Food) has released a new report, Breaking away from industrial food and farming systems: Seven case studies of agroecological transition. The case studies include a range of different…
In Finland, the whole of Europe is feverishly looking for new ways to use farm, forest and fishery resources more responsibly and sustainably and to promote the production of the best possible raw materials in order to increase the availability of food, energy and biomaterials. ...
Tree farm destroyed by hurricane
Publish Date:16 Oct 2018
Mandi Jackson watched her camera feed helplessly as waves surged into the front yard of her home in St. George Island, Florida. Two days later, she started the drive back to Florida to check on her home. This is her journey.
Agricultural damage from Hurricane Michael's rampage last week across Georgia, Alabama and Florida is forecast to top $1.3 billion, with pecan and cotton farms the hardest hit as well as the region's poultry operations, according to officials.  
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