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The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, today announced that total volume of milk supplies up to the end of November 2014, taking into account the relevant butterfat More »

China GMO Corn Approval Seen Spurring Recovery in U.S. Imports

China’s decision to lift an import ban on some genetically modified crops triggered an immediate jump in purchases of U.S. corn-based feedstock and may spur a recovery in corn shipments by the More »

ASA First Vice President Receives ‘Distinguished Service to Agriculture’ Award

The Delaware State Farm Bureau awarded ASA First Vice President Richard Wilkins with the prestigious “Distinguished Service to Agriculture” award in early December. A panel of judges scores each of the applicants More »

Cargill welcomes White House’s historic opening to Cuba

Easing of embargo will create new opportunities for U.S. agriculture and enhance Cuba’s food security. Cargill executives expressed support for the White House’s plan to normalize relations between the United States and More »

 

To All out Readers and Visitors

 To all our Readers and visitors from the Staff at NISA Media  We look forward to seeing you all in 2015 ...
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Milk Production 6.51% Over Quota At End-November

The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, today announced that total volume of milk supplies up to the end of November 2014, taking into account the relevant butterfat adjustment, leave Ireland...
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China GMO Corn Approval Seen Spurring Recovery in U.S. Imports

China’s decision to lift an import ban on some genetically modified crops triggered an immediate jump in purchases of U.S. corn-based feedstock and may spur a recovery in corn shipments by the world’s second-biggest consumer....
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ASA First Vice President Receives ‘Distinguished Service to Agriculture’ Award

The Delaware State Farm Bureau awarded ASA First Vice President Richard Wilkins with the prestigious “Distinguished Service to Agriculture” award in early December. A panel of judges scores each of the applicants looking for involvement...
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Cargill welcomes White House’s historic opening to Cuba

Easing of embargo will create new opportunities for U.S. agriculture and enhance Cuba’s food security. Cargill executives expressed support for the White House’s plan to normalize relations between the United States and Cuba. “Our two...
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Russia Planning to Boost Wheat Stockpiles as Food Costs Soar

Russia said it will increase the price it pays for wheat in a move to boost domestic stockpiles as the currency’s plunge drives up the cost of bread. The country plans to increase grain reserves...
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Major Investment By Chinese In Serbian Agriculture

Chinese partners are planning major investments in Serbia’s agriculture and the summit of leaders of China and countries of central and eastern Europe (CEE) is very important as it can give impetus to such investment...
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Further evidence gathered on neonicotinoid restrictions

Over 350 agronomists, growers and other members of the arable industry attended the HGCA Agronomists’ Conference on December 9, 2014. At the event, delegates were asked to vote on a series of questions to help gather further...
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Viterra Makes Significant Education Investment Through New Scholarship Fund

Viterra Inc. (“Viterra”), Canada’s grain industry leader, is pleased to announce that it has established a new fund that will see students at regional colleges across Saskatchewan receive up to Can$300,000 (€210,002.196) in scholarships over...
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How much of the world’s cropland is actually used to grow food?

This fascinating map from National Geographic shows the proportion of the world’s crops that are grown for direct human consumption (in green) versus all the crops that are grown for animal feed or biofuels (in purple): Just...
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Government allocated 66.45 lakh tons of additional foodgrains for APL, BPL families

New Delhi – During the current year, the Government has allocated an additional quantity of 66.45 lakh tons of foodgrains for distribution among APL and BPL families in the States/UTs who have not implemented NFSA....
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Arable businesses should pay greater attention to agronomic detail

A thorough attention to agronomic detail and a solid grasp of integrated pest management (IPM) should be at the heart of a thriving arable business, delegates learned at the 2014 HGCA Agronomists’ Conference. Over 350 agronomists,...
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AFIA Reiterates FSMA Costs Trump Benefits

The American Feed Industry Association submitted comments late Monday to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on the Food Safety Modernization Act’s (FMSA) supplemental proposed animal food rules, flagging the cost as the lead concern if the rules...
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Approved Bread Volume Method for Fast and Accurate Analysis

New Method Approval for Measuring Bread Volume by Laser Topography Perten Instruments announces that a new method for determining bread volume was approved by the American Association of Cereal Chemists – International (AACCI). The method employs...
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