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United States Donating Agricultural Commodities to Guatemala
08 Aug 2006,  10:48 GMT
By Eric Green USINFO 08/08/2006 Washington -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is donating 8,000 metric tons of soybean meal and... United States Donating Agricultural Commodities to Guatemala
 
Mill turns growth into green
07 Aug 2006,  08:16 GMT
By Teresa Auch MARION CHRONICLE TRIBUNE 07/10/2006 MATTHEWS - When the Matthews Feed and Grain mill built its current building in 1996,... Mill turns growth into green
 
Turkey pioneer started small
05 Aug 2006,  07:58 GMT
By Nick Ferraro PIONEER PRESS 04/10/2006 George Thurnbeck, one of Minnesota's first commercial turkey growers, died July 27 at his Forest... Turkey pioneer started small
 
Catfish processing plant expected to open
01 Aug 2006,  22:03 GMT
1st August, 2006: ALABAMA, USA - Southerners love their catfish, whether it's fried, grilled, between bread or in an etouffee. Most of the catfish you eat comes from pond farms... Catfish processing plant expected to open
 
Canal Seed and Feed to change its focus
01 Aug 2006,  08:45 GMT
1st Aug, 2006: Columbia, USA - Dan Wickersham stands in front of Canal Seed and Feed on Mullett Street in Portage. Wickersham, the owner of the business, plans to discontinue selling livestock and... Canal Seed and Feed to change its focus
 
Tyson announces 3rd quarter earnings decline
01 Aug 2006,  00:23 GMT
1st Aug, 2006: TEMPERANCEVILLE, USA - Tyson Foods Inc. on Monday announced third quarter setbacks compared to the period last year, including a $79 million drop in overall net income and a chicken... Tyson announces 3rd quarter earnings decline
 
Cargill vows to protect Amazon
25 Jul 2006,  08:36 GMT
25th July, 2006: Sao Paolo - Soy-farming limits dismissed by critics. Responding to environmental protests over the loss of Brazilian rainforest, Cargill and other major soybean... Cargill vows to protect Amazon
 
Jamaica Broilers - battered but not bowed
21 Jul 2006,  08:33 GMT
21st July, 2006: JAMAICA - The Caribbean's largest broiling operations, Jamaica Broilers, had a rough year in 2005, largely due to the hurricanes that have bedeviled the region and efforts to... Jamaica Broilers - battered but not bowed
 
Poultry Production Impacted by Alternative Fuels Development
18 Jul 2006,  00:54 GMT
18th July, 2006: STAUNTON, USA - Demand for corn by a growing world market and the United States’ desire to create alternative fuels helped set the agenda for Monday’s hearing of the House of... Poultry Production Impacted by Alternative Fuels Development
 
Omega-3 enhanced chickens
18 Jul 2006,  00:51 GMT
18th July, 2006: GUELPH, CANADA - The egg may have come first for omega-3 enriched poultry products, but the chicken isn't far behind. Steven Leeson, a professor in the Animal and... Omega-3 enhanced chickens
 
Technique makes better chickens: Farmer
15 Jul 2006,  03:38 GMT
15th July, 2006: ABERDEEN - About 40 people with interest in the poultry industry came from around the Southeast Thursday to Cackleberry Farms in southwest Monroe County to learn about the... Technique makes better chickens: Farmer
 
Land O'Lakes Canada Forms New Ontario Business
06 Jul 2006,  02:52 GMT
6th July, 2006: WELLBURN, ONTARIO - It was announced today that Hutton Farm Supplies, a business unit of the Agronomy Company of Canada, and the Ontario feed division of Land O'Lakes, Inc.... Land O'Lakes Canada Forms New Ontario Business
 
USDA changes loan deficiency payment rules
04 Jul 2006,  02:37 GMT
4th July 2006, WASHINGTON: Colleen Cashell, executive director of USDA's Farm Service Agency in Washington County, announced what she called "an important change" to 2006 and subsequent crop... USDA changes loan deficiency payment rules
 
Anti-BSE feed rules widened to include pet food, fertilizers
26 Jun 2006,  23:55 GMT
26th June 2006, MONTREAL: Cattle tissues that could transmit mad-cow disease will no longer be allowed in pet foods, chicken feed and fertilizer under new federal rules announced Monday.... Anti-BSE feed rules widened to include pet food, fertilizers
 
Ethanol plants a blessing and a curse for cattle industry
23 Jun 2006,  22:19 GMT
23rd June 2006, IOWA: Cattle lots like this one in Southwest Iowa could benefit from inexpensive, highly nutritious feed from local ethanol plants. However, those plants will likely raise the... Ethanol plants a blessing and a curse for cattle industry
 







 
 
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