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Brexit affects cultivation plan for seed potato growers in EU

February 24, 2021
Choices made by the United Kingdom as a result of Brexit currently have major consequences for seed potato growers in the European Union (EU), The Netherlands Agricultural and Horticulars Association (LTO Netherlands) said.

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Canada's 'Buttergate': Why butter is hard and what consequences on health it may have

Scientists start vaccine trials to curb deaths of pigs from African swine fever


Britain calls on EU to ease seafood import restrictions

February 24, 2021
Britain says its domestic economy has been damaged by EU import bans on certain seafood, just weeks after its departure from the bloc was finalized.

Scientists start vaccine trials to curb deaths of pigs from African swine fever

February 24, 2021
Scientists at the Nairobi-based International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) on Tuesday began testing ten vaccine candidates to help reduce deaths of pigs from African swine fever (ASF).

Canada's 'Buttergate': Why butter is hard and what consequences on health it may have

February 24, 2021
Agri-food analyst at Dalhousie University Sylvain Charlebois, is churning up questions about the hardness of Canadian butter and believes some farm practices are raising ethical questions about the purity of this country’s dairy products.

Louisiana Strain: Time to document agriculture losses

February 23, 2021
Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) Mike Strain, D.V.M., is urging all agricultural producers impacted by the severe winter weather to document losses.

North Carolina: Now is the time for tobacco transplant producers to test float bed water

February 23, 2021
Successful production of tobacco transplants starts with good water quality and with getting the right nutrient levels in the float solution.

Connecticut secures custody of neglected horses and announces adoption process

February 23, 2021
Attorney General William Tong and Agriculture Commissioner Bryan P. Hurlburt announced the state has secured custody of eight formerly malnourished and severely neglected horses seized from Laurel Ledge Farm in Oakdale.

Portuguese EU presidency: Fishing agreement with UK must be concluded as soon as possible

February 23, 2021
The Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union will present on 3 March a text on the position of EU Fisheries Ministers with a view to quickly closing an agreement with the United Kingdom.

Bulgaria sellers increased food prices to record highs

February 23, 2021
The analysis of wholesale prices of staple groceries in Bulgaria: sugar, flour, oil, rice and pulses scored an year-on-year increase, with the annual averages for most of them being the highest for the period 2015 - 2020.

Major Egyptian investment in Serbian agriculture announced

February 22, 2021
Egypt’s Cairo 3A group is interested in building a regional fruit and grain collection centre in Serbia, and subsequently also a fruit processing factory, it was announced after meeting between Senad Mahmutovic, state secretary at the Serbian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, and the group’s CEO Ayman El Gami.
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