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  • Race is on to feed warming world

    It can take up to 30 years to improve a crop variety, test it and persuade farmers to adopt it. That means the speed of climate change in Africa could make a new variety of maize useless even before the first harvest, according to new research. But two separate studies that address the challenge of food security in a rapidly ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Farming in cities could help feed the world

    With traditional food production under threat from climate change, we should switch from agriculture to cell culture, says Lucía Atehortúa. If climate change begins to limit the global production of food and energy crops, it will be necessary to develop a new system of food production. Imagine agriculture in small spaces, using high-tech tools such as ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • OSU Expert: Corn Stalks Are An Inexpensive Feed Source

    Livestock producers looking for a relatively easy and inexpensive feed source can turn to harvested cornfields for the answer. The residue left on the field after harvesting corn can be used to meet the nutrient needs of ruminant livestock in early to mid-gestation, according to a forage expert from Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental ...


    By Ohio State University

  • PacWest Equities, Inc. Announces Plans for Filing for a US Patent on Its MobileFeed(R) and MobileFood(R) Systems "Feed Tube"

    PacWest Equities, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: PWEI) through its subsidiary World Eco Source Corp. announces plans for the initial filing for a U.S. Patent on its highly-advanced MobileFeed® and MobileFood® systems "Feed Tube", a revolutionary cylinder used to maximize production in their proprietary systems, which would replace the international market's current use of highly-inefficient tray systems. ...


    By Marketwire

  • Feed in Tariff instability promotes Engineering innovation across Europe’s PV market

    There is 28GW of total PV installed capacity in Europe, which equals the electricity consumption of approximately 10 million households. With the Feed in Tariff instability across Europe it means the speed of future PV installations will see a slower growth rate, as investors reconsider and recalculate their ROI. This means now more than ever, the European solar developers and EPCs are focusing ...


    By FCBI Energy

  • Singapore’s Algae Enviro Engineering adopts OriginOil’s Harvesting Technology for Algae-Enriched Animal Feed

    OriginOil, Inc. (OTC/QB: OOIL), developer of Electro Water Separation (EWS), the high-speed, chemical-free process to clean up large quantities of water, today announced that Algae Enviro Engineering (AEE), a ...


    By OriginClear Inc.

  • EPA Inspection Reveals Clean Water Act Violations by Winifred Feed Lot, LLC, near Frankfort, Kansas

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency personnel conducted inspections in northeastern Kansas in December 2013. As a result of one of the inspections, the owner of a beef feedlot, Winifred Feed Lot, LLC, has agreed to pay a $16,150 civil penalty to settle alleged violations of the Clean Water Act (CWA), according to a proposed consent agreement. The EPA inspection documented pollutant discharges ...

  • Water reform urgently needed in Asia to feed extra 1.5bn people by 2050, says new report

    A comprehensive new study of irrigation in Asia warns that, without major reforms and innovations in the way water is used for agriculture, many developing nations face the politically risky prospect of having to import more than a quarter of the rice, wheat and maize they will need by 2050. This warning, along with related forecasts and possible solutions, appear in a report entitled, ...

  • Project Seeks Cropping Systems that Profit Farmers, Provide Food and Fuel and Scrub Carbon Out of the Air

    Cropping systems that are profitable for farmers and balance societal needs for food, feed, fuel, energy and clean air and water are the focus and challenge of Iowa State University’s Landscape Biomass Project. “My dad always said there is no reason that driving your car should not make the air cleaner, and there’s no reason that you should have to feel bad about turning on a ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Agricultural consultant rounds out GRDC panel

    Well known agronomic and agribusiness consultant Chris Wilkins brings over 20 years’ experience in the Western Australian grains industry to his new role with the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC). Hailing from Badgingarra in WA’s grainbelt, Mr Wilkins said his skills would add to the spread of expertise on the western regional panel whose key role is to feed regional ...

  • California drought takes bite out of rice harvest

    California's deepening drought is shrinking its rice harvest, and that's bad news for farmers, migratory birds and sushi lovers. The $5 billion industry exports rice to more than 100 countries and specializes in premium grains used in risotto, paella and sushi. Nearly all U.S. sushi restaurants use medium-grain rice grown in the Sacramento Valley. The rice harvest is just the latest victim of ...


    By Associated Press

  • Smallholder Farmers Key to Lifting Over One Billion People Out of Poverty

    Supporting smallholder farmers to play a greater role in food production and natural resource stewardship is one of the quickest ways to lift over one billion people out of poverty and sustainably nourish a growing world population, a new United Nations report released today said. Most of the 1.4 billion people living on under US$1.25 a day live in rural areas and depend largely on agriculture ...

  • Rising Meat Consumption Takes Big Bite out of Grain Harvest

    http://www.earth-policy.org/data_highlights/2011/highlights22 ...


    By Earth Policy Institute

  • Giumarra Reedley activates PureSense Soil Moisture Monitoring Systems and realizes immediate benefits

    One month after installing PureSense to manage irrigation for 80 acres of stone fruit trees, Giumarra Reedley, a division of the Giumarra Companies, is seeing promising results. Since PureSense's Field Monitoring Stations were installed, the orchard's root zone is already at least 12 inches deeper and trees are showing 8 to 14 inches of unexpected new growth. "In past growing seasons, we have not ...


    By PureSense Inc.

  • Shrimp growth breakthrough

    Aligning the right high-specification nutrition with precise feed management procedures could bring a new golden era for shrimp farmers in Ecuador and across Latin America. Skretting has gone through countless aspects of shrimp feed management, with strong emphasis on confirming the best nutrient composition of its feeds as well as to establish the optimal number of feed occasions. In controlling ...


    By Skretting - Nutreco Group

  • Stedman’s V-Slam™ Impactor at International Poultry Expo 2007

    The V-Slam™ Impactor from Stedman will be at the International Poultry Expo in Atlanta, Georgia from January 24-26 in 2007 at booth # 3109. The V-Slam Impactor is especially designed for size reduction and offers an efficient alternative to hammer mills for grinding poultry feed, bakery waste and chicken rendering. This impactor grinds and reduces poultry feed to over 90% passing 12 mesh in a ...


    By Stedman

  • WEDA Fermi 4PX Winnning Innovation Star at SPACE

    On September 13, WEDA Dammann & Westerkamp were presented with the renowned Innovation Star in the Pig Management Category for their Fermentation Software Fermi 4PX. The eagerly sought-after price was awarded to the manufacturers of house equipment from Lower Saxonian Lutten within the framework of SPACE, the French leading trade fair for modern animal managements at Rennes. The responsible ...

  • A new innovative way to fertilize through leaves

    Various nitrogen sources were tested in this study in order to fertilize pine leaves and oak leaves instead of using the traditional fertilization which is based on the nitrogen absorption through the root. After assessing the efficiency of leaf nitrogen uptake of the two studied species, the researcher team from Universidad de Alcalá and Politécnica de Madrid concluded that this ...

  • Oregon dairy pays $12,000 for alleged animal waste discharges

    RSC Dairy, LLC has agreed to pay a $12,000 penalty to settle animal waste discharge violations at its dairy located in Tillamook, Oregon. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the violations were noted during an inspection of RSC Dairy operations in January 2010. During that inspection, EPA and Oregon Department of Agriculture field personnel determined that animal waste had been ...

  • Enhance Your Ingredient Process Line with a Custom Screw Conveyor

    ACH Food Companies, is a global company specializing in the production of ingredients for cooking and baking. They fill, cap, label and package bottles of spice at their spices processing plant in Iowa. Going through some plant upgrades last fall the need to relocate a bottle filler to accommodate new equipment arose. Project Engineer Jared Sweerin was tasked with the design, purchase, and ...


    By IPM Systems, LLC

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