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4 December 2013 0 View comments Accident: Charlotte Louise Conroy-Taylor, a keen horsewoman who was crushed to death by a hay bale at a farm near Morecambe A farmer's wife has been given a suspended jail term after a woman died under a half-ton bale
During and after the 2011 election campaign some person or persons have made untrue statements about me, which have circulated within the Green Party without my knowledge." "Those statements have materially damaged my reputation within the Green
While most environmentally progressive buildings strive for a carbon neutral rank, these houses take eco-friendly a step further, literally pulling carbon dioxide from the air. But smart building materials aren't the only use for hemp, it's
Corn futures are higher as traders speculate that recent price declines may be over for now. The price of corn has slumped 38 percent this year as farmers produced a record harvest after drought ravaged the crop a year earlier. Corn for delivery in
The following reports were compiled by AgriLife Extension Service for the week of Dec. Central: Most counties reported 75 to 100 percent adequate soil moisture. Overall, rangeland and pastures were rated mostly fair, and general crop conditions good.
Between 2014 and 2020, over 100 billion will be invested to help farming meet the challenges of soil and water quality, biodiversity and climate change...Farmers will receive payments if they carry out the measures rather get funding for their
Grains futures were mixed Monday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade. Wheat for March delivery was 3.50 cents lower at $6.6525 a bushel; March corn was 6 cents lower at 4.1850 a bushel; March oats were unchanged at $3.3150 a bushel; while
Growing demand for Indonesias palm oil and its domination of the world market was an attracting topic in a conference held at the Indonesian Consulate General in Hamburg, Germany, on Saturday. Chairman of the Indonesian Palm Oil Council Derom Bangun
Health and Welfare Minister Chiu Wen-ta on Saturday promised he would remove all illegal food products from the shelves within one year, while special checks on dairy products, fruit juices and soy sauce would start this week. He made the statement
15 p.m.CST Updated:Friday, November 29, 2013 2:32 p.m.CST The 2013 growing and harvest seasons are nearing completion. As of Nov. 24, the National Agricultural Statistics Service reported the Illinois corn harvest has reached 98 percent completion.