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  • CFAES Experts Available to Speak on Avian Flu

    Experts from The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and the College of Veterinary Medicine are available to speak with the media about the avian influenza virus. A federal report released on May 11 determined agency challenges in preventing the virus in both poultry and humans. Change-Won (Charles) Lee, an Ohio Agricultural Research and Development ...


    By Ohio State University

  • How Automatic Pig Feeding Systems improve the bottom line

    Pig producers face a lot of challenges. In North America, specifically, there are 70% fewer pig farms today than in the year 2000. As feed costs rise while global demand for animal protein increases, pig farmers must produce more pork with fewer resources. Automatic pig feeding systems are a large part of ...


    By Osborne Industries, Inc.

  • NDVI and Your Farm: Understanding NDVI for Plant Health Insights

    NDVI and Your Farm: Understanding NDVI for Plant Health Understanding your crops’ health status isn’t the easiest thing to do. Sure, you can use the “eye test”, and a number of foliar contact and direct measurement techniques. But, what if there was an easy, fast and efficient way to see the health of plants and their status and progress over time? That’s ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • Webinar will address contracting in agriculture

    A significant portion of livestock, poultry and other crops are raised under production contracts. However, these contracts and their impact on the future of a farm can be difficult to understand. On Wednesday, May 31, Neil Hamilton, Emeritus Director of the Drake University Agricultural Law Center, will present a free webinar designed to help farmers, advocates, and law students ...

  • Semios Receives EPA Approval to Combat Difficult Citrus Pest

    Semios is pleased to announce it has received Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Department of Pest Regulation (DPR)  approval for CRS Plus, an aerosol pheromone biopesticide product that disrupts the mating of Aonidiella aurantii, also known as California Red Scale (CRS). CRS attacks all aerial parts of citrus trees including twigs, leaves, branches, and, most importantly, ...


    By Semios

  • Agribotix delivers critical corn count information using artificial intelligence

    Today, Agribotix announced the wider beta availability of its first plant count product.  Designed for corn growers, the product uses artificial intelligence (AI) to identify and count corn plants in drone-collected imagery while ignoring other items in the images.  By rapidly identifying areas where emergence is below expectations, growers can use the results to take actions which will ...


    By Agribotix LLC

  • Sentera Dramatically Increases Accessibility of Crop Health Data

    Sentera announces the release of AgVault™ Web, extending the power of the AgVault platform to any connected, browser-equipped device. Web users can easily view and share crop health data, and users on desktop, mobile and web can use the new toolset to quickly share field data with anyone, regardless if the recipient has an active account. AgVault Web makes remote collaboration easy and ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • Late Corn Better Than Blighted Corn

    Growers whose corn crops were harmed by excessive rain in April and May likely will have enough growing days left in the season if they replant in the next two to three weeks, according to an Ohio State University agronomist. “If they replanted soon, it would probably be much better than to have a poor stand,” said Peter Thomison, an agronomist with Ohio State University Extension, ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Progress is proof that hunger can be eliminated

    FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva formally recognized 38 countries for reducing hunger by half well ahead of international targets for the year 2015. During a high-level ceremony attended by several heads of state, 18 countries received diplomas for early achievement of targets set by both Millennium Development Goal 1 (MDG1) — to halve the proportion of hungry people by ...

  • Director-General calls on Members to approve FAO’s programme of work

    FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today has called on FAO’s Conference to approve a Programme of Work and Budget that sharpens the focus of the Organization's actions to improve the assistance it gives to Member Countries in reaching their food security and agriculture goals. “Since I took up office, brick by brick we have laid the foundation we need to improve the ...

  • Why buy genuine AGCO Parts filters? Jeff Challis shows you why

    A visit to Kenya prompts the production of a video to demonstrate the merits of buying genuine AGCO filters and how to spot counterfeit parts. In March 2014 Jeff Challis, Business Manager, Parts Sales, Africa and Middle East and Pete Winterbottom, Manager, Aftersales Marketing, EAME visited Kenya to meet with our AGCO distributor and visit some of their key customers. These customers ...

  • UN joins forces with Expo 2015 to end hunger

    The United Nations and Expo 2015 signed an agreement today confirming the UN’s major support for Expo 2015, during which global attention will zero in on the challenge to eradicate hunger and poverty and on producing enough nutritious food for a world population expected to top 9 billion people by 2050. Expo 2015’s theme, “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life” is at the ...

  • FAO welcomes historic commitment to end hunger in Africa by 2025

    FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva today welcomed a breakthrough commitment by African heads of state to end hunger on the continent by 2025. “This is the first time in history that African leaders have made such a strong pledge to eliminate hunger and it is also a show of confidence that, working together, we can win the fight against hunger in Africa in our ...

  • 1-2-3 for Valtra tractors at European Championships

    Valtra tractors claimed the top 3 positions at the European Tractor Pulling Championships in Zele, Belgium, on Sunday. Matti Herlevi driving Caesar was crowned European Champion in the Pro Stock category, while Jurian Duijn from the Netherlands took silver with Next Sensation and Johanna Herlevi third with Gangnam Style. This is the fifth time that Valtra tractors have made a clean sweep of the ...

  • The size of Drone Congregation Areas

    This season the weather has been cool and wet in southern England, offering few opportunities to investigate Drone Congregation Areas (DCA), those special areas of the landscape where honeybee drones gather in the hope of mating with a queen. But yesterday produced something rather special and an insight into how big a DCA can be. First stop was the village recreation ground to see if drones ...


    By Vita Europe Limited

  • SP concentrates food expertise

    On 1 January 2015, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden will integrate the subsidiary SIK – the Swedish Institute for Food and Biotechnology and form a new unit within the SP Group. The aim is to create integrated and stronger expertise within the field of food. The integration means that SIK will cease to exist as a separate company, but the business will continue to be based in ...

  • LetFarm is expanding to other countries

    LetFarm is expanding to other countries and we are looking for potential partners and test farms in your country! After succesful launch in Denmark using a nationwide partner for support and sales activities - we are looking for a partner to help us do the same abroad in either one or more ...


    By LetFarm A/S

  • Grading machine in Sweden

    Allround VP is pleased to let you know that the Radial Grading machine R260-6 has arrived to Sweden safe and sound. Upon arrival in Sweden, one of the largest cranes available was waiting to lift the machine off the truck. Installation was done successfully, and initial tests showed that the capacity of the machine is to be consiedered very impressive. We wish ORKLA FOODS good luck with the ...

  • In memory of Marc Bierman

    Today, March 18 2010, we are deeply saddened to hear about the loss of our valued colleague and friend Marc Bierman (27). Marc was on a vacation on the Isle of Mallorco together with his colleagues Bart Kester, Marco de Bruijne and other friends. During a descent Marc fell and deceased after a fatal crash on his bike. Our hearts go out to Marc's family and girlfriend. Marc will remain in our ...


    By VB Greenhouses B.V.

  • International tractor survey

    Participate in this survey and help improve tractor brands to better interact with their customers online. With a bit of luck you can also win an exclusive ticket to Agritechnica 2015. The survey is conducted by Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics. Participate ...

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