Farm Monitoring News

  • World’s best scientists answer call from Abu Dhabi food control authority to fuel fight against world hunder

    Unique programme for scientists held alongside 4th edition of Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture Abu Dhabi, UAE, 16 March 2017: A collection of the world’s foremost agricultural scientists, professors and experts are set to descend upon Abu Dhabi to develop initiatives aimed at feeding the rapidly increasing global population, against a backdrop of dwindling resources and climate ...


    By Turret Media FZ LLC

  • DACS second project with Stuart Perkins, England

    Five years ago DACS, together with BPS Equipment, equipped six houses with a complete climate solution from us at Stuart Perkins farms in England. Since then the six houses have been running very well and with high efficiency numbers – EPEF just around 400. With the ease of operation and the high efficiency in mind, Stuart Perkins turned to DACS with his second project. This is another six ...


    By DACS A/S

  • Superbugs: MEPs want to curb use of antibiotics in farming

    To fight the growing resistance of bacteria to today’s antibiotics, the use of existing antimicrobial drugs should be restricted, and new ones should be developed, said the European Parliament on Thursday. In a vote on draft plans to update an EU law on veterinary medicines, MEPs advocate banning collective and preventive antibiotic treatment of animals, and back measures to stimulate ...


    By European Parliament

  • Bosch Farming Robot Monitors Fertiliser and Water Usage

    We have spoken many times about technological advancements in farming, from The Internet of Things, to satellite crop imaging, farming drones, to GPS automation. However, reported by Farming Life this week, Bosch is bringing us one step closer to an automated farm with their Deepfield Robotics wing. The company’s Bonirob farming robot will make plant breeding more efficient and reduce the ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • SIMA 2015 show Paris

    Regarding tractors, besides the usual presence of the most established brands in the market, has drawn attention Kubota strategy, which will begin manufacturing tractors in France in spring, performing a range extending mading farm machinery (disc harrow, planters, cultivator) under the same brand. Have also seen Korean and Chinese manufacturers of tractors, although the chinese does not have a ...


    By Bellota Agrisolutions

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Are Flying to the Farm

    Aerial drones, a technology perhaps best known for helping hunt terrorists on the other side of the globe, may soon begin helping U.S. farmers monitor what's happening in their fields collecting agriculture data. In Georgia, a group of state and federal officials - along with members of industry and academia - has been working since 2009 to develop a drone that can save a farmer's time and ...


    By Associated Press

  • SCR Announces a New Mobile and Web App for Farm Data Control for SCR Heatime® HR Users

    SCR Engineers Ltd. today announced a new mobile and web app service to provide farmers who use the SCR Heatime® HR System for cow monitoring with expanded capabilities. SCR HealthyCow24® increases farmers' flexibility and mobility through a rich set of enhanced capabilities, including seamless connectivity with third party systems, and automated data backups. ...


    By SCR - Allflex Group

  • Bovine TB information note: strengthening cross compliance TB controls

    Timely bovine TB testing of cattle herds is a key biosecurity and disease control. Cattle keepers who fail to complete their TB tests on time increase disease risks for all their neighbours. For that reason, we will be putting in place new processes that will see financial reductions applied as a matter of course for farm businesses in England that do not comply with certain TB testing ...


    By UK Parliament

  • EU farm policy 2014-2020: MEPs give final blessing to greener and fairer CAP

    A deal with the Council on five legislative acts reforming EU farm policy was endorsed by Parliament on Wednesday. The post-2013 Common agricultural policy (CAP) will put more emphasis on environmental protection, ensure fairer distribution of EU funds and help farmers to cope better with market challenges. “The first ever reform of the EU farm policy decided jointly by ministers and ...


    By European Parliament

  • Pakscan wireless valve control is “perfect fit” for tank farm automation

    The Rotork Pakscan wireless valve control system is described as a “perfect fit” for a petroleum tank farm automation project in the USA. In 2011, an operating division of Martin Midstream Partners (MMLP) began building a single product tank farm at the Port of Corpus Christi, Texas, consisting of six 100,000 barrel tanks and four booster pumps to serve nearby truck and ship ...


    By Rotork plc

  • Lufa farms - re-inventing farming for the Urban age

    In an effort to bring attention to sustainable urban agriculture and direct-to-consumer farm relationships, Lufa Farms -- the world's first rooftop commercial greenhouse - will contribute one percent of the value of each fresh produce basket it sells to consumers to the David Suzuki Foundation. Mohamed Hage, founder and president of Lufa Farms, said Lufa also will make a small cash donation to ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • New measures to control bovine tb in badgers

    Proposals for additional measures to help control bovine tuberculosis in cattle were published for public consultation today by Agriculture Minister Jim Paice. Defra is consulting on a proposal to issue licences to farmers and landowners who wish to cull and/or vaccinate badgers at their own expense. These licences would be subject to strict licence criteria to ensure badger control is ...

  • Global framework with Nordic farming giant, Lantmannen

    We have signed a global framework agreement with Lantmännen to provide all parts of their business with access to our full range of environmental and energy services. The agreement, valid until June 2011, covers operations in 12 specified countries and follows a successful period where we have monitored and reported on legislative issues that affect Lantmännen's operations. Lantmännen is ...


    By WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff

  • EPA proposes new pesticide labeling to control spray drift and protect human health

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has rolled out proposed guidance for new pesticide labeling to reduce off-target spray and dust drift. The new instructions, when implemented, will improve the clarity and consistency of pesticide labels and help prevent harm from spray drift. The agency is also requesting comment on a petition to evaluate children’s exposure to pesticide drift. “The new ...

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