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Study Highlights the Economic Impact of the Canadian Dairy Sector
Today, Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) released the most recent update of a regular study highlighting the important economic impact of the dairy sector in Canada. The study, conducted by EcoRessources and entitled: “Update on the Economic Impacts of the Dairy Industry in 2015”, is the fourth update tracking the economic impact of the sector, which since 2009, has been conducted every two years. “The Canadian dairy industry is a key driver of our national economy and represents one of the largest...
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 of voluntary interstate shipment of meat and poultry program, raw milk in Utah linked to Salmonella, and AMS proposes amendment...
Center for Agricultural and Shale Law Posts Shale Law Weekly Review
The latest installment of the Penn State Center for Agricultural and Shale Law’sShale GasWeekly Reviewis now available. Topics covered include: DEP report for 2015, EIA projectionsfor 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 Conservation Reserve Program, and National Academies Press discusses converting natural gas into different chemicals. To view theShale GasWeekly...
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. TheFAO 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 oils, was the fifth consecutive monthly increase. The price movement reflects FAO`s updating of its cereal supply and demand forecasts for the 2016/17 marketing season.FAO`s Food Price...
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. soybean exports. Starting in 2015, Taiwan required companies to label GMO soybeans and food products, such as soybean...