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A 96-year-old farmer in India has become a father again, and has his own world record tightened. Ramajit Raghav from a region in New Delhi was 2 years ago, the world's oldest father of a newborn baby.
Roman Meydbray is a world renowned farmer from Alaska. He is also a motivational speaker on the side. He tours the country twice a year
Dilip Vishwanat for The New York Times Wayne Boschert's cornfield in August in St...And then there is the stress sleepless nights, grumpiness and, in one extreme case, seizures. Lost amid the withered crops, dehydrated cattle and depleted ponds that
Stacey Cramp for The New York Times Sam Hazelhurst favors horses over tractors...They lined up at 10 a.m. to pay $4 for Steve's Organic French Fries, made with organic potatoes fried in cold-pressed safflower oil for the vegetarian crowd. Although
A Franklin County home owned by former Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer was sold Monday for $175,000 to the bank that holds the loan on the house. The house was bought at a master commissioner's sale at the Franklin County Courthouse by First
A judge declined Friday to lower the child-support payments that former Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Richie Farmer must make for his three boys, calling Farmer "voluntarily underemployed." Franklin Circuit Court Judge Squire Williams did
The Isle of Man-based agricultural producers has operations in western Ukraine and northern Poland it is partly owned by Origin Enterprises.
A trailblazing local farmer is producing power using leftovers from his harvest. He was recently honored as an environmental hero by the government. Russ Lester's on the cutting edge of energy efficiency a pyrolytic gasifier. It's a first-of-its-kind
Serafina Silaitoga Thursday, September 06, 2012 THE lack of proper husbandry undertaken by farmers, the drop in cane production and the change of farm plans to subsidise costs are some contributing factors to delayed loan repayments with the Fiji
Joseph (Mo.) News-Press, Growers in northeast Kansas and northwest Missouri have an expanding opportunity to market their produce to willing buyers...For farmers, it creates a new, largely untapped niche, a study by a Kansas State University