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Farming around the world

24 May 2000
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16 March 2000
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10 March 2000
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10 March 2000
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3 March 2000
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21 February 2000
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16 February 2000
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8 February 2000
Farming around the world

  • Pig farmers eye Denmark with alarm
    MOST of Denmarks pigs have painlessly made the transition to a diet without growth-promoting antibiotics, says the Danish pig industry. But if the rest of Europe followed suit, the cost would be crippling.

  • US rice growers set GM crop apart
    IN response to the growing controversy over genetically modified foods, the California rice industry has decided that the GM variety will be separated every step of the way from conventional rice.

  • Greaves to divest tractor business
    GREAVES Ltd has proposed to divest its tractor business to a joint venture with Same Deutz Fahr SPA of Italy as the partner

  • Ireland reports 14 new cases of BSE
    IRELANDS BSE figures for January show 14 cases of the disease, one more than the same time last year.

  • India and Mongolia sign seed pact
    INDIA and Mongolia have signed a Work Plan for exchange of seed samples, scientific and technical information and training-cum-study visits.

  • US GM crop sites under attack
    OPPONENTS of genetically engineered foods have staged night attacks on university and corporate research sites in at least 18 incidents and seven states since July.

  • Hungarian premier says country ready for EU in 2001
    HUNGARIAN prime minister Viktor Orban is confident that his country will be totally ready to join the EU by the end of 2001.

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Farming around the world

8 February 2000
Farming around the world

  • Pig farmers eye Denmark with alarm
    MOST of Denmarks pigs have painlessly made the transition to a diet without growth-promoting antibiotics, says the Danish pig industry. But if the rest of Europe followed suit, the cost would be crippling.

  • US rice growers set GM crop apart
    IN response to the growing controversy over genetically modified foods, the California rice industry has decided that the GM variety will be separated every step of the way from conventional rice.

  • Greaves to divest tractor business
    GREAVES Ltd has proposed to divest its tractor business to a joint venture with Same Deutz Fahr SPA of Italy as the partner

  • Ireland reports 14 new cases of BSE
    IRELANDS BSE figures for January show 14 cases of the disease, one more than the same time last year.

  • India and Mongolia sign seed pact
    INDIA and Mongolia have signed a Work Plan for exchange of seed samples, scientific and technical information and training-cum-study visits.

  • US GM crop sites under attack
    OPPONENTS of genetically engineered foods have staged night attacks on university and corporate research sites in at least 18 incidents and seven states since July.

  • Hungarian premier says country ready for EU in 2001
    HUNGARIAN prime minister Viktor Orban is confident that his country will be totally ready to join the EU by the end of 2001.

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Farming around the world

8 February 2000
Farming around the world

  • Pig farmers eye Denmark with alarm
    MOST of Denmarks pigs have painlessly made the transition to a diet without growth-promoting antibiotics, says the Danish pig industry. But if the rest of Europe followed suit, the cost would be crippling.

  • US rice growers set GM crop apart
    IN response to the growing controversy over genetically modified foods, the California rice industry has decided that the GM variety will be separated every step of the way from conventional rice.

  • Greaves to divest tractor business
    GREAVES Ltd has proposed to divest its tractor business to a joint venture with Same Deutz Fahr SPA of Italy as the partner

  • Ireland reports 14 new cases of BSE
    IRELANDS BSE figures for January show 14 cases of the disease, one more than the same time last year.

  • India and Mongolia sign seed pact
    INDIA and Mongolia have signed a Work Plan for exchange of seed samples, scientific and technical information and training-cum-study visits.

  • US GM crop sites under attack
    OPPONENTS of genetically engineered foods have staged night attacks on university and corporate research sites in at least 18 incidents and seven states since July.

  • Hungarian premier says country ready for EU in 2001
    HUNGARIAN prime minister Viktor Orban is confident that his country will be totally ready to join the EU by the end of 2001.

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Farming around the world

14 January 2000
Farming around the world

  • New Zealand GM proposal draws record number of submissions
    A proposal to field-trial genetically modified wheat in Canterbury has attracted a record 1418 submissions from Maori groups, government agencies, industry, organic farmers, environmental groups, and individuals.

  • Turkmenistan to buy $353m of US farm machinery
    Turkmenistan is to spend $353m on US farm machinery this year as part of a major initiative to transform agriculture over the next decade.

  • GM seeds smuggled into Brazil
    Brazilian farmers are smuggling genetically modified soya bean seeds, which are prohibited in their country, across the border from Argentina.

  • Polish farmers protest at diseased EU grain
    Polish farmers leaders have threatened to mount a campaign of border protests unless the government increases checks for disease on all grain imported from the EU.

  • Australians protest at live sheep exports
    Animal welfare activists protested in Perth as Australia resumed exports of live sheep to Saudi Arabia for the first time in more than a decade

  • Clue to salmonella
    The elimination of two strains of salmonella that caused disease in hens may have opened the door to infection by another strain which badly affects humans.

  • US pig output downturn offers hope
    Pig farmers are being offered new hope of a long-overdue recovery in the world market as the US Department of Agriculture reports signs of a downturn in output.

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Farming around the world

14 January 2000
Farming around the world

  • New Zealand GM proposal draws record number of submissions
    A proposal to field-trial genetically modified wheat in Canterbury has attracted a record 1418 submissions from Maori groups, government agencies, industry, organic farmers, environmental groups, and individuals.

  • Turkmenistan to buy $353m of US farm machinery
    Turkmenistan is to spend $353m on US farm machinery this year as part of a major initiative to transform agriculture over the next decade.

  • GM seeds smuggled into Brazil
    Brazilian farmers are smuggling genetically modified soya bean seeds, which are prohibited in their country, across the border from Argentina.

  • Polish farmers protest at diseased EU grain
    Polish farmers leaders have threatened to mount a campaign of border protests unless the government increases checks for disease on all grain imported from the EU.

  • Australians protest at live sheep exports
    Animal welfare activists protested in Perth as Australia resumed exports of live sheep to Saudi Arabia for the first time in more than a decade

  • Clue to salmonella
    The elimination of two strains of salmonella that caused disease in hens may have opened the door to infection by another strain which badly affects humans.

  • US pig output downturn offers hope
    Pig farmers are being offered new hope of a long-overdue recovery in the world market as the US Department of Agriculture reports signs of a downturn in output.

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Farming around the world

14 January 2000
Farming around the world

  • New Zealand GM proposal draws record number of submissions
    A proposal to field-trial genetically modified wheat in Canterbury has attracted a record 1418 submissions from Maori groups, government agencies, industry, organic farmers, environmental groups, and individuals.

  • Turkmenistan to buy $353m of US farm machinery
    Turkmenistan is to spend $353m on US farm machinery this year as part of a major initiative to transform agriculture over the next decade.

  • GM seeds smuggled into Brazil
    Brazilian farmers are smuggling genetically modified soya bean seeds, which are prohibited in their country, across the border from Argentina.

  • Polish farmers protest at diseased EU grain
    Polish farmers leaders have threatened to mount a campaign of border protests unless the government increases checks for disease on all grain imported from the EU.

  • Australians protest at live sheep exports
    Animal welfare activists protested in Perth as Australia resumed exports of live sheep to Saudi Arabia for the first time in more than a decade

  • Clue to salmonella
    The elimination of two strains of salmonella that caused disease in hens may have opened the door to infection by another strain which badly affects humans.

  • US pig output downturn offers hope
    Pig farmers are being offered new hope of a long-overdue recovery in the world market as the US Department of Agriculture reports signs of a downturn in output.

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Farming around the world

14 January 2000
Farming around the world

  • New Zealand GM proposal draws record number of submissions
    A proposal to field-trial genetically modified wheat in Canterbury has attracted a record 1418 submissions from Maori groups, government agencies, industry, organic farmers, environmental groups, and individuals.

  • Turkmenistan to buy $353m of US farm machinery
    Turkmenistan is to spend $353m on US farm machinery this year as part of a major initiative to transform agriculture over the next decade.

  • GM seeds smuggled into Brazil
    Brazilian farmers are smuggling genetically modified soya bean seeds, which are prohibited in their country, across the border from Argentina.

  • Polish farmers protest at diseased EU grain
    Polish farmers leaders have threatened to mount a campaign of border protests unless the government increases checks for disease on all grain imported from the EU.

  • Australians protest at live sheep exports
    Animal welfare activists protested in Perth as Australia resumed exports of live sheep to Saudi Arabia for the first time in more than a decade

  • Clue to salmonella
    The elimination of two strains of salmonella that caused disease in hens may have opened the door to infection by another strain which badly affects humans.

  • US pig output downturn offers hope
    Pig farmers are being offered new hope of a long-overdue recovery in the world market as the US Department of Agriculture reports signs of a downturn in output.

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Farming around the world

15 December 1999
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9 December 1999
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9 December 1999
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2 November 1999
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2 November 1999
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2 November 1999
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2 November 1999
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29 October 1999
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29 October 1999
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19 October 1999
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