Monthly Archives: October 2022

Czech Rural Pact aims to mobilize resources for rural development in the Czech Republic – Brno Daily

Smart villages and an effective rural pact are essential to ensure the development of rural areas. Photo credit: KK/BrnoDaily. Czech Republic, Oct. 31 (BD) – On October 27-28, at a conference on rural development in Lednice, the Czech Republic presented its Rural Pact, a strategy that brings together citizens, local …

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Zimbabwe to maintain contract farming method

The government of Zimbabwe has announced that the concept of contract farming will continue. The Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries, Water and Rural Resettlement, Vangelis Haritatos, noted that the agricultural system has a number of advantages, more so for small farmers. According to the Deputy Minister, the system is a …

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Poots visits anaerobic digestion plants in Norfolk

Norfolk’s utility scale plants produce either renewable electricity and/or renewable gas to decarbonize local electricity and gas grids. The first site, Corbiere Renewables, was of particular interest to the minister as it produces biomethane for direct injection into the gas grid, which Northern Ireland hopes to emulate in the near …

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Farm unions warn of dangers to farm safety

Farm unions across the UK have warned the public to be careful when taking part in Halloween activities such as lighting bonfires, setting off fireworks and using sky lanterns in because of the dangers they pose to farms and farm animals. The Farmers Union of Wales (FUW) released a statement …

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USDA Rural Development Provides $58 Million to Bring High-Speed ​​Internet Access to Communities in Rural Missouri – News/Talk KRMS 1150 AM, 97.5 FM and 103.3 FM

Kyle Wilkens, Missouri State Director for Rural Development for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), today announced that the department is allocating more than $58 million to provide high-speed Internet access to people living in rural Missouri. “Broadband internet is crucial for rural Missouri residents and businesses to …

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Government introduces caged fish farming for youngsters

the herald Sharon Shayanawako In a move that promotes demographic inclusiveness, the government has introduced commercial cage fish farming for young people as part of the Presidential Fisheries Program in a bid to make fish farming attractive to the age group. This will boost youth involvement in agriculture and contribute …

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US Senate candidates diverge on how to support family farming

Family farms are essential to Iowa’s rural economies, the state’s two U.S. Senate candidates agree, but they differ on how to ensure the farms’ long-term viability. Longtime U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley, a Republican, said a strong federal safety net for farmers and trade policies that benefit their exported products are …

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€5.8 million for Longford rural development and enterprise projects over the next five years

Longford will receive a €5.8 million investment that will support thousands of locally run rural development and business projects over the next five years. Rural and Community Development Minister Heather Humphreys TD today announced details of the €180 million LEADER program for 2023-2027 and released the funding allocation for each …

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USDA Rural Development: Attends Groundbreaking of New Affordable Workforce Housing Project

DARLINGTON, Wisconsin, October 26, 2022 – Julie Lassa, State Director of Rural Development for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), joined representatives from the Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA), WHEDA, Cinnaire, United Migrant Opportunity Services (UMOS), The Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago and others at a grand opening …

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Evening Edition | Wednesday, October 26, 2022

In tonight’s evening edition, learn about the six states that harvested more than 75% of the corn, the RIPE100 stewardship program, and a fined cattle farm in Iowa. corn harvest Editor Natalina Sents Bausch reports on states with less than 25% corn harvest remaining. These include North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, …

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USDA Rural Development’s ReConnect Program Helps Rural Families Bridge the Digital Divide

Posted by Darrah Perryman, Public Affairs Specialist, USDA Rural Development in Rural Technology October 26, 2022 McClellanville County is a rural community in South Carolina, and like many communities across rural America, high-speed internet access presents real obstacles. Families like Lindsay’s have struggled to stay connected in the digital age. …

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Crowds of Maori farmers attend the Ahuwhenua Māori Awards of Excellence

Wī Pere Trust won the Ahuwhenua 2022 trophy on the night. Photo / Alphapix Public interest journalism funded by NZ On Air Hundreds of people gathered in Napier last week to celebrate the Ahuwhenua Māori awards for excellence in agriculture for beef and mutton. The Ahuwhenua Trophy recognizes and celebrates …

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The rural economy is the pillar of the national economy: Yogi

Neglected for decades, the Musahar and Vantangiya communities were front and center during Diwali celebrations at Jungle Tikoniya Number 3 on Monday. Addressing the assembly on this occasion, the CM addressed his greetings to the population and declared that the rural economy was the pillar of the national economy. If …

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NE Texas Habitat to Receive $375,000 USDA Rural Development Grant – The Gilmer Mirror

25/10/2022 – Northeast Texas Habitat received a $375,000 Housing Preservation Grant from the United States Department of Agriculture to improve rural homes in Gregg, Harrison, and Upshur counties. The organization will focus on addressing health and safety hazards in the homes of low-income seniors, people with disabilities and veterans residing …

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National Natural Agriculture Mission Guidelines 2022: Is Meghalaya Prepared?

In recent years, the Union government has paid increasing attention to nature-friendly farming practices. The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, himself, during his 2022 Independence Day speech, highlighted the potential of organic and natural agriculture as an important pathway to make India Atma Nirbhar (self-reliant) in reducing the costs of expensive …

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New novel explores women’s roles in the farming community

Elise Gregory, writer from western Wisconsin The Clayfields: A Story Novel is a hymn to Midwestern farming communities, whose members spend their time growing corn, raising and milking goats and cows, riding horses, fishing and hunting, and attending summer festivals . The book focuses on the experiences of a range …

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East Tyrone UFU Group Champions Success

The group recently started their winter program meetings and are thrilled that face-to-face meetings are now back. During the winter, the group organized many educational and fun meetings. The dates of the next meetings are as follows: Tuesday 8 November 2022, 8 p.m., Hôtel Royal Topic: Challenges Facing NI Agriculture …

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“Nigeria can improve the economy through rural development” — Nigeria — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

Nigeria’s 70% rural population will significantly improve the country’s economy and accelerate Gross Domestic Product (GDP) if the government and well-meaning Nigerians prioritize the need for improved skills and infrastructure in rural communities . This is according to a non-profit organization, True Foundation, which aims to increase the ability of …

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Utah think tank offers new ‘playbook’ to catalyze rural community development

Brief news Have you ever seen a building in your downtown area and thought it would be a great bookstore or a great restaurant, but the money isn’t there to fuel the dream? In response to the lack of investment in rural communities, a nonpartisan think tank in Utah has …

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Keene council moves forward with rural development incentives

Oct 21 – Plans advanced at Thursday’s town council meeting for an ordinance that would create benefits for housing development projects in the rural district of Keene, days after councilors dropped a controversial part of the measure which would have reduced the minimum size of land in the district. Mayor …

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Why did so many people from Voices for Freedom participate in an agricultural protest?

ANALYSIS: It’s an unusual picture: tractors lined up in the Auckland Estate, used as a stage prop for a crowd of Voices for Freedom (VFF) supporters, without a red stripe gumboot in sight. For event oppose a proposed methane taxit should be noted that, in some regions, the majority of …

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Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) supports rural development in Somalia

The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) and the South West State of Somalia implemented the “Modern Beekeeping Development Project” in Baidoa in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture and of Somalia Irrigation. Although the best honey is produced in Baidoa in Somalia, traditional methods are used in beekeeping activities …

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Fermanagh Rural Community Network celebrates local heroes

Community spirit was front and center at Fermanagh House this week as the Fermanagh Rural Community Network (FRCN) held its AGM and Celebrating Community Achievement Awards on Monday evening. Louise McLaughlin, President of FRCN, welcomed the more than 50 people in attendance, as well as those watching online on Zoom, …

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St. Johns City Manager Ramsey Appointed to Rural Development Council | New

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Weston Recognized as a Smart Rural Community

WESTON – Northeast Nebraska Telephone Company (NNTC) recognized the Village of Weston as a Smart Rural Community (SRC) on Tuesday, October 11 at the Weston Fire Station as part of the company’s open house. The designation comes from the Rural Broadband Association (NTCA) in conjunction with NNTC. This recognition is …

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Farmers heed government call for smart farming

The Chronicle Sukulwenkosi Dube-Matutu, Head of Matabeleland South OfficeLivestock farmers are responding to the government’s call to increase the national herd by adopting smart farming practices such as stud farming, artificial insemination and intensive fodder production. The government, through ARDAS, formerly Agritex, has also put in place various programs to …

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Cultivation of winter vegetables kicks off in Rangpur region

Published: October 20, 2022 08:55:11 RANGPUR: Responding to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s call to put every inch of land under cultivation, enthusiastic farmers have started growing winter vegetables on their croplands and farms in the agricultural region of Rangpur. Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE) officials said steps have been taken …

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Promoting rural development and job creation through mine action – A case study on integrated programming – Afghanistan

Attachments Integrated mine action and recovery Afghanistan has one of the highest levels of explosives contamination in the world, with a legacy of conflict that continues to claim innocent lives and disrupt local livelihoods. In a context where more than 70% of the population lives in rural areas and where …

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Ambuja Cement Foundation and HDFC Bank Parivartan extend Holistic Rural Development Program (HRDP) for another year

October 19, 2022, New Delhi: Ambuja Cement Foundation has partnered with HDFC Bank Parivartan for the second consecutive year to continue work under the Holistic Rural Development Program in Ambikapur, Chhattisgarh. The project aims to improve the socio-economic condition of over 13,000 people from 10 villages in Surguja district, through …

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PMB Capital maintains its $3.5 billion rural development game

Peter Pincoffs of PMB Capital (Illustration by The Real Deal; Getty) Despite declining demand in North Texas scaring off many homebuilders, PMB Capital Investment is sticking to its rural land development game as it begins work on another segment of the Rolling V Ranch. DR Horton has begun construction on …

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ACF and HDFC Bank extend holistic rural development program for one year

ACF and HDFC Bank extend holistic rural development program for one year Ambuja Cement Foundation has partnered with HDFC Bank Parivartan for the second consecutive year to continue work under the Holistic Rural Development Program in Ambikapur, Chhattisgarh. The project aims to improve the socio-economic condition of over 13,000 people …

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Agriculture Committee discusses possible exemption from carbon pricing for certain agricultural activities

A private member’s bill that would exempt certain agricultural activities from the federal carbon price is being discussed by lawmakers. Ontario Conservative MP Ben Lobb first introduced Bill C-234 in February. It is based on an earlier bill sponsored by a fellow Conservative who died on the order paper when …

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EU nature restoration law will undermine rural economy

The proposed EU Nature Restoration Act will have a major impact on agriculture and the wider rural economy, according to Ireland’s Natura and Hill Farmers’ Association (INHFA). Speaking ahead of the association’s speech to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Sea, association president Vincent Roddy stressed the …

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Rural Development Loans Available from USDA – Bemidji Pioneer

USDA Rural Development accepts applications from very low- and low-income individuals and families who want to buy or repair a home in a rural area. The Direct Home Lending Program provides financing to qualified very low- and low-income applicants who cannot qualify for traditional financing, according to a release. No …

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University graduate enjoying urban farming

When Juvenal Kabagambe graduated with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural mechanization from the University of Rwanda in 2016, he thought a lot about how to take advantage of his newly acquired knowledge and skills. The 34-year-old entrepreneur, who previously secured a sponsorship for agricultural training in Israel while still at …

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Meghalaya recruited 28 Rural Development Officers to assist BDOs

Syllad | The rising MeghalayaOctober 17, 2022 With a vision of proper and timely supervision, implementation and monitoring of all rural development both central and state, Meghalaya Community and Rural Development Department (MC&RDD) has decided to create the post of Junior Officer de développement rural or JRDO in 2019 and …

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Croatia’s first mountain agricultural center to help protect native breeds

by croatiaweek October 16, 2022 in New Buša – a cattle breed indigenous to Croatia ZAGREB, October 15 (Hina) – Work is underway to prepare the project documentation for the construction of a mountain agriculture center which will be based in Gospić, in the central Croatian county of Lika-Senj. The …

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Irish farm reform offers few bright spots, says BirdWatch Ireland

Ireland’s CAP strategic plan has been approved by cabinet and has a budget of €9.8 billion, but fails to help farmers improve the environment, according to BirdWatch Ireland. A government announcement said: “The plan will provide vital support to farmers and rural communities. It aims to achieve the twin objectives …

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‘Unnati’ to promote mango cultivation – The New Indian Express

By Express press service BHUBANESWAR: Governor Ganeshi Lal on Friday launched the ‘Unnati Aamrit’ project which aims to improve the livelihoods of mango farmers in the state by promoting sustainable and high-tech farming practices. Odisha is the 12th state to be included in the “Unnati” flagship project, which is part …

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$50,000 in scholarships to help rural development projects

FAIRMONT, WV — The Fairmont Community Development Partnership has secured a loan to support small businesses. Senators Joe Manchin and Shelley Moore Capito announced $50,000 to the organization under the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Program. According to a press release from the senators, the project should …

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USDA Rural Development announces $1.2 million to improve health care in rural MissouriOzark Radio News

COLUMBIA, Missouri, October 12, 2022 – Missouri State Director for Rural Development for the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), Kyle Wilkens, today announced that the Department is awarding more than $1.2 million in health care grants rural emergency service to help residents of underserved communities in rural Missouri. “Access to …

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A new rural economy is emerging in Ukraine

Glacier FarmMedia – When we first heard the sounds of rocket explosions on February 24, we were very alarmed. It took my entire credit card limit to fill up my car and buy groceries. At the time, I thought there were only a few hours left before normal life was …

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Essential collaboration for rural development: Seruiratu – FBC News

[Photo: Supplied] Improving the standard of living of our communities requires partnerships and the collaboration of all development actors. These were the remarks of Minister of Rural and Maritime Development and Disaster Management, Inia Seruiratu, at the Saemaul Undong World Leaders Summit in Seoul, Korea yesterday. According to Seruiratu, development …

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We won’t take it, farm tax tractor protest

Friday, October 14, 2022, 3:26 p.m.Press release: Floor blade NZ In response to the government’s assault on food production and rural communities with a punitive and counter-productive livestock emissions tax, Groundswell NZ is staging a nationwide protest at midday on Thursday October 20, the co-founder of Groundswell NZ, Bryce McKenzie. …

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Shinde-Fadnavis Gov. Abandon Rural Development Works of About ₹800 Crore | Bombay News

Mumbai: The Shinde-Fadnavis government has decided to abandon several development works approved by the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government led by Uddhav Thackeray over the past 19 months. These projects aimed to provide basic facilities to rural areas. With this decision, it is estimated that the development works at the …

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SDGs crucial for urban and rural development

Dr. Sim (fourth from left) and Alias ​​(fourth from right) give a thumbs up as they pose for a group photo with recipients who received the MURNInets manual. Also with them is Antonio (third from left). – Photo by Chimon Upon KUCHING (October 13): The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) play …

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E. Cape develops the rural economy through investments in wool

The Eastern Cape Provincial Government is on a mission to invest in wool production in pursuit of inclusive economic growth. It is the point of view of Nonkqubela Pietersthe MEC for rural development and agrarian reform in the province. Our department continues to invest in the businesses of community wool …

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Vegetable farming is now a profitable business in Rangpur

Livelihoods of farmers improve, rural economy gets a boost Published: Oct 13, 2022 10:17:14 a.m. RANGPUR: Vegetable farming has become a lucrative business for farmers improving their livelihoods and fortunes while boosting the rural economy in the agricultural region of Rangpur in recent years. Even during the Covid-19 pandemic and …

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Capito and Manchin announce funding for 13 rural development projects in West Virginia

CHARLESTON, W. Va. – Today, U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (RW.Va.) and Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), members of the Senate Appropriations Committee, announced $680,700 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) for 13 projects in the West. Virginia. The funding will support upgrading local infrastructure, spurring small business development, boosting agricultural …

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Young farmers have a blast on Rally Day 2022

That’s why after a 10-year hiatus, the organization has brought back YFCU Rally Day for 2022. Ten years ago it would have been a day of workshops and games, followed by a slippery slide made from a silo lid, lots of fairy liquid and, of course, water. This year YFCU …

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Rural economy will rebound with wider reopening: Morgan Stanley Research

New Delhi: The rural economy will likely rebound, helped by a wider reopening, better labor market conditions and improving terms of trade, Morgan Stanley Research said in a note Wednesday. He said government policy measures such as a focus on infrastructure spending and increased support for agriculture will help improve …

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Rural development key to tackling climate challenges

Rural development is vital to South Africa’s sustainable economic future. The agricultural sector is perhaps the most important in our country, because food security and poverty reduction depend on it. But, inequality and high unemployment mean that many people in rural areas lack income and secure livelihoods. At the same …

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Denbigh woman praises foundation for helping her cope with farming pressures

MENTAL HEALTH HELP: Ffion Hooson, who runs the family farm near Denbigh, with Ieuan Edwards, founder of Edwards the Welsh Butcher and supporter of rural mental health charity The DPJ Foundation (Image: Rick Matthews) The DPJ Foundation, a charity dedicated to helping people in rural communities cope with mental health …

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The historic 1906 Lower Parker School was built for the rural community by the Ozark National Scenic Waterways | CJ Combes

Lower Parker School House, Dent County, Missouri in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways.National Park Service, Public Domain, via Wikimedia Commons. A historic school known as Lower Parker School is a one-room schoolhouse located near Salem, Missouri in Dent County near the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. This school was built around …

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Agricultural tourism stimulates the rural economy | News, Sports, Jobs

Fourth-generation farmer Lena Galing, 72, co-owner of Lippencott Alpacas in Waynesburg, feeds one of 17 alpacas in the herd Sept. 13, 2022. Tours of Lippencott Farm are available. Joyce Hanz | Tribune-Review WAYNESBURG (AP) — Explore green acres in Greene County with a day trip focused …

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A third of the world’s olive oil production comes from intensive agriculture

A small fraction of the world’s olive-growing area produces more than a third of all olive oil due to the immense yields of very high-density groves. According to experts, the share of olive oil produced by very high density groves is expected to increase. A report published by Spanish nursery …

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‘It means community’: Kansas rural development director evangelizes small town life

When I started driving around the state for the Kansas Reflector last year, I had no idea what to expect. I was raised and educated in Kansas, yes, but I had spent almost 15 years there. When I came back, I worked in Topeka and Lawrence. The rural areas of …

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Rural community in New York aims to turn vacant homes into affordable living spaces: NPR

The country suffers from a severe housing shortage. Yet in many rural areas of the United States, homes are abandoned and in need of repair. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: Here is a contradiction in the US real estate market. House prices are high in many places. It can even be difficult …

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Farming practices will come under increasing scrutiny, says agriculture minister

CHRIS SKELTON / Stuff Demanding international markets are scrutinizing farming practices in New Zealand, Labor politicians say. Signals from international markets indicate that New Zealand farming practices will come under increasing scrutiny, “we all need to up our game”, says Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor. “We live in a fishbowl whether …

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Vets join charity to attract young people to farming careers

An Essex veterinary practice has partnered with the Country Trust to help introduce the campaign to children less likely to access it. Westpoint Farm Vets, in Chelmsford, says it hopes the new partnership with the national education charity can also broaden interest in the agricultural veterinary profession beyond its traditional …

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Three mini-budget benefits for agriculture

Jeremy Moody, Secretary and Advisor to the Central Association of Agricultural Valuers (CAAV) After years of fluctuating when it was as low as £25,000 and was due to return from £1million to £200,000 from April 2023, the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) for factories and machinery is now permanently fixed at …

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Chinese smart agriculture revives traditional rice brand

Xiaozhan Rice Field in Tianjin Municipality, northern China. /Tianjin Municipal Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Xiaozhan Rice Field in Tianjin Municipality, northern China. /Tianjin Municipal Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Thanks to smart farming, the traditional rice brand, Xiaozhan Rice, in Tianjin, northern China, has been revived in recent years. …

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Wise Owl Directs Amanda Owen’s Farming Series Prolific North

Amanda Owen from our Yorkshire Farm hosts a new series about the UK farming industry. Directed by Leeds-based Wise Owl Films, Amanda Owen’s Extraordinary Farming Lives will air on More4. Over the course of 6 episodes, Owen will visit a number of farms that have branched out to earn a …

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Launch of Rural Community Health Worker project for North Cork in Mallow

County Cork Deputy Mayor Cllr Deirdre O’Brien launched a three-year Rural Community Health Worker project in North Cork last week at an event at Mercy Center Mallow. A team of three rural community health workers have been in place in the North Cork area since January 2022. They focus on …

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Omaha Division Reaches Rural Community at State Fair and Agricultural Expos

OMAHA, Neb. – Agents and investigators from the Omaha Division of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) spoke with members of rural communities while attending the Farm Progress Show, Husker Harvest Days and Minnesota State Fair in August and september. “The latest trends we’re seeing in the Midwest show all too …

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USDA Rural Development Awards $133,200 Grant to Appleseed Childhood Education | New

RENSSELAER – Appleseed Childhood Education has received a $133,200 Community Facilities Grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in Indiana to support the establishment of Appleseed’s new high-quality early learning center in Rensselaer. Renovations to the building located at 1102 East Grace Street on the Rensselaer Franciscan …

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“We must make the agricultural sector a priority”

Posted: Date Posted – 10:07 PM, Wed – Oct 5, 22 (Source: Twitter/TRSpartyonline) K Chandrashekhar Rao focuses on agriculture and makes it his priority to ensure the global competitiveness of the agricultural sector, which is the need of the hour to solve multiple problems. Hyderabad: Despite being a formidable force …

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BOC inaugurates a rural development initiative on the theme ‘BOC Gammana’

Alongside the 83rd anniversary, the Bank of Ceylon recently inaugurated a rural development initiative under the auspices of the Bank’s President, Kanchana Ratwatte, and Managing Director, KED Sumanasiri, and with the support of Polonnaruwa District Secretary, WA Dharmasiri , with the participation of other key bank officials. The initiative called …

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Farming families will receive 10 billion euros thanks to the CAP strategic plan

The government has approved Ireland’s finalized CAP strategic plan which it says will provide almost €10 billion to farming families over the next five years. Today, Agriculture, Food and Marine Minister Charlie McConalogue presented Ireland’s finalized CAP Strategic Plan (CSP) 2023-2027 to Cabinet for approval. The Cabinet approved the plan, …

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National Co-op Month: How USDA Rural Development Supports Co-ops

Posted by Darrah Perryman, Public Affairs Specialist, USDA Rural Development in Rural October 04, 2022 Co-operatives are a vital pillar of the American economy and provide essential goods and services to rural America. Many communities rely on co-ops to provide locally grown food, housing, electricity, financial services, internet, retail services …

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Natural gas expansion project celebrated in rural Perth East community

By Ryan Drury October 3, 2022 1:48 p.m. In Brunner on October 3, Perth-Wellington MPP Matthew Rae hosted Provincial Energy Minister Todd Smith, along with Perth East Mayor Rhonda Ehgoetz and representatives from Enbridge Gas to an announcement of natural gas expansion. Brunner was part of Phase 2 of the …

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Creation of a new group on green hydrogen to explore technologies serving the rural economy

Scotland’s new rural green hydrogen group first met last week at David Smith’s Cloffrickford farm near Ellon in Aberdeenshire. The new body emerged from the SAOS C2 network, which looked at opportunities for decarbonising the rural economy. Participating organizations include SAOS, NFUS, the James Hutton Institute, the Scottish Government, the …

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The rural economy must be at the heart of government policies | New

Prime Minister Liz Truss’s new government is expected to put the rural economy at the heart of its policies to provide a multibillion-pound boost to the country’s beleaguered finances, senior North Yorkshire County Council officials have claimed. Liz Truss has placed economic growth at the heart of her new administration’s …

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The rural economy must be at the heart of policies | New

Prime Minister Liz Truss’s new government is expected to put the rural economy at the heart of its policies to provide a multibillion-pound boost to the country’s beleaguered finances, senior North Yorkshire County Council officials have claimed. Liz Truss has placed economic growth at the heart of her new administration’s …

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Tories plan rural development fund if in power

The Scottish Conservatives say they would introduce a dedicated funding stream for farmers and rural communities if they were in power. As the second day of the Conservative Party conference kicks off in Birmingham, the party says the SNP has “left rural Scotland behind”. In a bid to make up …

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Interview with the Director (Sales) of Hyundai India: “The rural economy has been affected… but road connectivity, much better now, has helped sales”

Hyundai India, India’s second-largest automaker, is pushing ahead with its plan to launch six electric vehicle (EV) models by 2028, as it believes EVs will drive India’s journey to sustainability. As the major South Korean automaker is poised to record its highest-ever annual sales in the country since it launched …

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The first level of FBIS-C is now open for applications

Before applying to the program, farmers should carefully consider whether FBIS-C Level 1 is the most appropriate way to meet the needs of their farm business, especially given the increasing cost pressures for farming families. local farmers this winter. The first tier is designed to support farm sustainability and is …

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