Milking Systems News

  • New Agreement between John Deere and Scherer Design Engineering

    Deere & Company announces a joint development agreement with Scherer Design Engineering, Inc. to develop and commercialize kernel processing solutions for self-propelled forage harvesters. "Deere is committed to developing industry leading kernel processing solutions with the goal to drive higher milk production in dairy cows," says Jon Chase, global director, ...


    By John Deere

  • Global wheat and rice harvests poised to set new record

    Global food markets will likely remain "generally well balanced" in the year ahead, as prices for most internationally-traded agricultural commodities are relatively low and stable, FAO said today. The benign outlook, especially for staple grains, is poised to lower the world food import bill to a six-year low, according to the Food ...

  • Canada joins in on World School Milk Day

    September 28 marks World School Milk Day as designated by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). This global celebration is in its 17th year and will be celebrated across the world including in the US, Malaysia, and Canada. To celebrate World School Milk Day, Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) would like to highlight the contribution that school milk programs have made to ...

  • Center for Agricultural and Shale Law Posts Agricultural Law Weekly Review

    The latest installment of the Penn State Center for Agricultural and Shale Law’s Agricultural Law Weekly Review is now available.  Topics covered include: DOJ sues to prevent Deere’s acquisition of Precision Planting, California bill could require overtime for agricultural workers, HPAI discovered in Alaska, PA extends permit for point source discharges, FSIS requests extension ...

  • Center for Agricultural and Shale Law Posts Shale Law Weekly Review

    The latest installment of the Penn State Center for Agricultural and Shale Law’s Shale Gas Weekly Review is now available. Topics covered include: DEP report for 2015, EIA projections for 2017, DEP fines CNX and CONE for pipeline violations, Environmental Health Perspectives study examines illness and hydraulic fracturing, USDA reports more shale land taken from ...

  • FAO Food Price Index posts biggest monthly jump in four years

    International food commodity prices shot up 4.2 percent in June, their steepest monthly increase of the past four years. The FAO Food Price Index, released today, averaged 163.4 points in June and is now one percent below the level reached a year earlier. The June rise, which affected all commodity categories except vegetable ...

  • Specac: 15% discount for USA education sector

    We're reaching out to USA educational institutions with a 15% discount on Specac accessories. Ask for a quote with promo code "Specac15" to qualify for a discount on a selected purchase. See what our accessories can do: • Read application notes and watch videos on liquid analysis by visiting ...


    By Specac Limited

  • USSEC Speaks Science & Sustainability to Support Soy Food Consumption in Taiwan

    USSEC is raising the voice of science and sustainability in U.S. soybean trade to Taiwan while offering consumers the choice of both genetically modified organism (GMO) and non-GMO U.S. soybeans. In 2014/2015, the United States ranked #1 with $669 million in total soybean sales to the island nation that depends on imports. Yet, consumer and political challenges to biotechnology confront U.S. ...

  • Cows’ diets get environmental boost

    It is a tiny molecule with a mouthful of a name, 3-nitrooxypropanol, but European scientists say it could make all the difference. It could convert a cow or a sheep from a monstrous methane-producing machine into something a little more environmentally friendly. In doing so, it could increase the energy ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from livestock: what are the costs?

    The livestock sector is estimated to contribute 14.5% of all global anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This study estimated the costs of reducing emissions from ruminant livestock using five different practices. The findings will help policymakers to understand the cost effectiveness of different interventions in the sector, and the contribution that different policies could make to ...

  • EPA Posts Revised Antimicrobial Pesticides Use Site Index

    On January 28, 2016, in docket EPA–HQ–OPP–2015–0302, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) posted its revised Antimicrobial Pesticide Use Site Index (USI). In the USI, EPA states that it “has developed [the USI] to provide guidance about the antimicrobial pesticide ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • A new kit: Adulterate Goat Milk Strip Test Kit

    We've developed a new kit. See below for more info. REAGEN™ Adulterate Goat Milk Strip Test is a qualitative and rapid lateral flow assay designed to detect Adulterate Goat's Milk residues in raw commingled goat's milk at 0.5%. The unique features of the kit are: Rapid strip test method – 8 minutes High affinity antibody method that requires no heating ...


    By REAGEN LLC

  • Helping Rural Families and More on Milk

    Enduramaxx is proud to supply rainwater tanks, fertiliser tanks and all other vertical and horizontal tanks to the wider agricultural industry. With Christmas approaching, we like to hear about issues affecting the agricultural sector. We were warmed to learn of an initiative that’s helping less well-off farming families enjoy a plentiful Christmas. Rural Support, the country’s ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Adverse weather pushes food prices up in October

    Major food commodity prices rose in October, spurred by weather-driven concerns about sugar and palm oil supplies. The FAO Food Price Index averaged nearly 162 points in October, up 3.9 percent from September, while still down 16 percent from a year earlier. FAO's ...

  • Storing Agricultural Wastewater Safely – Enduramaxx Storage Tanks

    Farming is often classed as a somewhat ‘thirsty’ industry sector, from livestock to dairy processing, cereal stocks to fruit and plant production, water is used throughout numerous stages of production. Of course, wastewater is invariably produced; something that needs strict management, storage and processing, especially with updates in May this year to the government’s policy ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Internet of Things – Improving Animal Welfare and Reducing Use of Water

    It’s been a buzz word for some time now; the internet of things (IoT), which sees the adoption of technologies including sensor-controlled rooms for growing lettuces, cows connected to the internet to improve milk, and even bees receiving a boost from automated heaters. A report by Beecham Research, as detailed in The Guardian, examines how the use of IoT has real potential to cut costs and ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • FAO predicts World Food Import Bill to fall to Five-Year Low

    International prices for agricultural commodities continued to decline in April and abundant inventories are poised to offset any pressure from the slight reduction in global harvests expected this year. Worldwide cereal production will likely decline by 1.5 percent from last year's record-breaking output, mainly due to reduced acreage planted with maize , but the impact will be cushioned by ...

  • Waste incinerator impacts monitored via milk and vegetable quality

    Emissions from well-regulated household waste incinerators do not reduce the quality of vegetables and milk produced nearby, a Dutch study suggests. Researchers found that levels of certain contaminants were similar whether vegetables and milk came from the area surrounding three incinerators, or from elsewhere in the Netherlands. They say biomonitoring programmes could offer a way to increase ...

  • Twenty-two area companies to be honored for innovation

    Twenty-two Kansas City area companies will be honored for their innovative use of technology at an inaugural event Thursday at Kansas State University’s Olathe campus. The “Ingenuity Award” winners will be highlighted as part of an afternoon program called Ingenuity Central, which will bring together entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, corporate executives and local and state ...


    By Bio-Microbics, Inc.

  • End of milk quotas: `Opportunity to build a more confident and robust dairy sector`

    The amount of milk produced in the EU will for the first time in three decades be determined by market forces only after European milk quotas ended on 1 April. The quotas were introduced in 1984 when production outstripped demand with the aim of putting an end to Europe's "milk lakes and butter mountains". It is hoped that by scrapping the quotas, Europe's milk producers are able to supply ...


    By European Parliament

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