IoT could boost agribusiness

Recent studies done by the New Zealand IoT Alliance has determined that agribusiness can greatly benefit from the use of the internet of things...

India to become world’s largest producer of milk

Milk production is expected to accelerate worldwide especially in India where it will grow 49% by 2026, contrasting with the steady decline of milk...

Brexit: Least developed countries to benefit

The British government recently announced that, despite Brexit, they have committed to maintaining duty-free access to British markets for countries defined by the UN...

New apple variety delivers 93% pack-out

Another milestone has been reached in the development of Bigbucks, the new Gala apple variety identified by Buks Nel of Tru-Cape.  After the first...

Wêreld se beste biefstuk kom uit Pole

’n Poolse lendeskyf van ’n 29 maande oue graangevoerde Limousinbees is vanjaar in Londen, Engeland, tydens die World Steak Challenge 2017 as die beste...

SA prepares report on climate change for UN

South Africa, as a long-time signatory to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), is obligated to make regular reports on the...

Australia: Electronic tags spark change in sheep sector

A five-year plan to ensure that sheep and goats in Victoria, Australia, can be identified with an electronic tag has started the first phase...

FAO Conference 40th Session: 5 Things to Know

The United Nation’s (UN) Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) is hosting its annual conference to discuss the major issues that threaten food security and...

Russian pig sector braced for production boom

Pork production is growing by 100,000 tonnes per month in Russia. The Russian pig industry is claiming its domestic production is booming and may...

Using a drone on your farm

Agricultural media platform, www.agriculture.com, recently spoke to Jeff Frank, a farmer from Auburn, Iowa, United States. Jeff discusses the benefits and the ease of use...
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