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Lakeland Dairies holds milk price for June in Ireland and Northern Ireland
Lakeland DairiesJuly 10, 2019 ET
The board of Lakeland Dairies met and set a price for June milk.
New Oman dairy set to produce a million litres of milk a day
Oman cowsJuly 10, 2019 ET
Oman’s first dairy project, which plans to produce a million litres of milk per day, is set to open within the next three months.
New Zealand gets new rules to stop stink bug
Marmorated stink bugsJuly 10, 2019 ET
Biosecurity New Zealand has provisionally released new rules intended to keep brown marmorated stink bugs out of New Zealand.
Zambia allows more imports of GMO products despite resistance
Zambia GMOJuly 10, 2019 ET
Zambia\'s regulator of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) announced that it has allowed some companies to import products containing GMOs despite resistance from some stakeholders.
Over 700 farm animals killed by lightning in Mongolia
lightning in mongoliaJuly 10, 2019 ET
At least 738 farm animals were killed after lightning struck central-west Mongolia on Tuesday, the emergency management department of Arkhangai province said.
Food prices in Netherlands rise at fastest rate in ten years
Netherlands foodJuly 10, 2019 ET
In May 2019, food prices went up by 3.8 percent in the Netherlands.
South African Parliament calls for end to illegal farm invasions
South African farmerJuly 9, 2019 ET
South Africa\'s Parliament vowed to do all in its power to stem illegal farm invasions as the country is pursuing a controversial land reform.
China finds extremely dangerous armyworm in corn crops in Gansu
armywormJuly 9, 2019 ET
China has found the destructive fall armyworm in corn crops in the northwestern province of Gansu.
£15 million for new equipment to boost farm productivity
UK farmersJuly 9, 2019 ET
The next funding round for the popular Countryside Productivity Small Grants scheme has opened for applications.
Japan to buy 98,705 tonnes food wheat via tender
Japan wheatJuly 9, 2019 ET
Japan\'s Ministry of Agriculture sought to buy 98,705 tonnes of food-quality wheat from the United States, Canada and Australia in a regular tender that will close late Thursday.
Austria is first European country to ban glyphosate
glyphosateJuly 9, 2019 ET
With the ban on the use of glyphosate approved by the Viennese parliament on Tuesday 2 July, Austria has become the first EU country to ban the use of this weed killer on a national scale.
Canada invests $1.2 million for dairy farmers and processors
Marie-Claude BibeauJuly 9, 2019 ET
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau announced an investment of more than $1.2 million to support the dairy industry in British Columbia.
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