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16 October 2015
View news from Global Agriculture Must be Included in Global Climate Change Debate
GLOBAL - All countries should strive to ensure an ambitious agreement to tackle climate change, putting food security and agriculture at the centre of debates on the issue, agriculture experts have said....
View news from Global How do Crude Oil Prices Affect Livestock Feed Prices?
GLOBAL - The global livestock and aquaculture feed market prices are becoming more and more dependent on the movement of the Brent crude oil market....
13 October 2015
View news from Global World Awash With Milk, But Market Expected to Tighten
GLOBAL - More milk was produced than the market needs in the third quarter of 2015, but the market may tighten in the first half of next year, analysts at Rabobank say....
12 October 2015
View news from Global Let Them Eat Grass: Grazing Debate Back on Agenda
GLOBAL - Just how beneficial cows grazing pasture is to farmers, processors and the cows themselves has been a hot topic recently in New Zealand and Europe....
View news from Global Global Food Prices Up Slightly in September as Dairy Index Rises
GLOBAL - The FAO Food Price Index averaged 156.3 points in September 2015, up one point from its sharply reduced August value, but still 18.9 per cent less than one year ago. ...
09 October 2015
View news from Global Global Agriculture Faces Decade of Flat or Falling Prices
GLOBAL - World Prices for food will remain flat or could fall over the next 10 years because of the current growth in agricultural production....
View news from Global Working Towards Better Surveillance of Animal Antibiotic Use
GLOBAL - The WHO Global Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance, published in May 2015, has set itself the target of ensuring the efficacy of treatments for infectious diseases in the long-term using effective, quality-assured antimicrobials....
07 October 2015
View news from Global Asia Given Eight Golden Rules for Sustainable Dairy Farming
GLOBAL – There are eight golden rules to observe for a sustainable dairy future, according to advisers at the World Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO)....
View news from Global Livestock Sector Buoyed By TPP Agreement
GLOBAL – Cattle and sheep producers around the world have applauded trade ministers for the successful conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)....
View news from Global Milk Powders Gain Value as GDT Lifts 10 Per Cent
GLOBAL – Fonterra’s auction saw values lift across most categories, lifting the global dairy trade index 9.9 per cent, the fourth consecutive rise....
06 October 2015
View news from Global World Grain Yield to Fall Short of Last Year’s Record
GLOBAL – Overall grain production for the 2015/16 year will contract one per cent, largely due to lower maize production, predicts the International Grains Council....
View news from Global Supply Management Survives as Trans-Pacific Partnership Concluded
GLOBAL - Canadian poultry meat, egg and dairy producers will be breathing a sigh of relief today after it was announced that their supply management system will mostly be protected in the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal....
30 September 2015
View news from Global Sustainable Agriculture Key to Meeting Sustainable Development Goals by 2030
GLOBAL - Investing in and achieving sustainable agriculture, alongside food security and nutrition, will be key to accomplishing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030....
29 September 2015
View news from Global BIOMIN Hosts Biennial Asia Nutrition Forum Across Seven Cities
ASIA - BIOMIN, a leading global animal health and nutrition company, has announced the dates for the biennial BIOMIN Asia Nutrition Forum across seven countries in October....
28 September 2015
View news from Global Food Security Investment Key Part of Refugee Crisis Response
GLOBAL - The links between conflict, imperilled rural livelihoods and migration have been stressed by the Director-General of the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation....
25 September 2015
View news from Global The Increasing Ineffectiveness of Antibiotics - The Role of Agriculture
GLOBAL - The use of antibiotics to aid in the production of poultry, cattle, and swine has led to significant increases in the population of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which can be transmitted to humans through direct contact with animals and through...
View news from Global Advancing Pneumonia Pathogen Linked to Droopy Ears in Calves
GLOBAL - Increasing reports of a pneumonia pathogen in calves either side of the Atlantic in recent years have been linked with ear infections in youngstock....
22 September 2015
View news from Global World Milk Production Surge Outlined by Dairy Situation Report
GLOBAL – World dairy markets have dealt with a 3.3 per cent increase in milk supply for 2014 alone, the global dairy industry heard today....
21 September 2015
View news from Global Nanotechnology in Agriculture Presents Opportunities, Challenges
GLOBAL - Nanotechnology presents many opportunities for improving agriculture, but new research from the European Commission Joint Research Centre has revealed inconsistencies in the way it is regulated across the world....
16 September 2015
View news from Global Fonterra Auction Makes it Three Gains in a Row
GLOBAL – Strong gains in milk powders propelled the Global Dairy Trade to its third positive result in a row....
14 September 2015
View news from Global FAO Food Price Index Registered Steady Meat Prices in August
GLOBAL - The FAO Food Price Index averaged 155.7 points in August 2015, down 8.5 points (5.2 per cent) from July, the sharpest monthly drop since December 2008. ...
10 September 2015
View news from Global Why Dairy Farming Needs Women
GLOBAL – Industry figureheads rallied progressive producers yesterday at the inaugural Women in Dairy conference....
09 September 2015
View news from Global Six Point Plan For Sustainable Dairy Development in Asia
ANALYSIS - A six point plan has been put forward for a regional strategy for sustainable dairy development in Asia....
08 September 2015
View news from Global 2015-16 El Niño Expected to be Strongest Since 1997-98
GLOBAL - A mature and strong El Niño is now present in the tropical Pacific Ocean and is likely to strengthen further. This year’s El Niño event is the strongest since 1997-1998 and is potentially among the four strongest events since 1950, according...
07 September 2015
View news from Global New Diagram to Address Antibiotics Confusion
GLOBAL – A team of livestock sustainability experts has devised a new diagram to explain how flagship health organisations classify “critically important” antimicrobials (CIAs)....
04 September 2015
View news from Global High China Dairy Inventories to Stave Off Dairy Markets Recovery
GLOBAL - Any hopes of a dairy market recovery from consecutive positive Fonterra auction results are false, according to US dairy analysts with an eye on Chinese production....
View news from Global New Partnership Offers Support to Small Farm Organisations
GLOBAL - Small-scale forest and farm producers’ organisations in developing countries will be strengthened following a partnership agreement between the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the Swedish-based development cooperation organisation...
27 August 2015
View news from Global First Signs of Dairy Co-ops Support Suppliers
GLOBAL – Tough market conditions are prompting cooperatives to offer financial support to members, with Fonterra and Glanbia given as notable examples by UK market analysts....
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