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- To Get Rich Is Inglorious: China Is Hating On Private Business
Sun Dawu, founder of the large private agricultural
group Dawu Agricultural
and Animal Husbandry Group, has been a thorn in the side of Chinese authorities for a long time.
Forbes. Friday, 30 Jul 2021.
- A New Regenerative Food Company With Biodiversity Built In
Good Sam Foods wants to be a food company centered around regenerative agriculture
. They grow more than coffee in Colombia, says Heather Terry, co-founder and CEO of the new food start up.
Forbes. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- The drought-stricken Western U.S. braces for 'water wars'
The Western U.S. is facing drought conditions that are straining water resources, hurting agriculture
and providing a fertile ground for wildfires.
CNBC. Friday, 23 Jul 2021.
- Cruz spars with Agriculture Secretary Vilsack on amnesty bill, call his answers 'fertilizer'
Sen. Cruz had a fiery exchange with Agriculture
Secretary Vilsack over the border crisis and efforts to pass a farm reform bill that includes an amnesty for illegal immigrant workers.
Fox News. Wednesday, 21 Jul 2021.
- Greenland halts new oil drilling, citing climate change
The country's agriculture
minister said the government "takes climate change seriously."
CBS News. Friday, 16 Jul 2021.
- Solid End-Market Demand to Aid IDEX (IES) Despite Cost Woes
IDEX (IEX) is poised to gain from improving demand in many of the end markets it serves, including chemical, agriculture
and automotive. Supply-chain woes and high expenses are concerning.
Zacks. Friday, 16 Jul 2021.
- Stress and fatigue 'key causes of farm accidents' says study
Researchers found "lapses in situation awareness" were a main contributory factor in agricultural
BBC News. Friday, 16 Jul 2021.
- Red Hook, N.Y.: A Farming Town With a Welcoming Community
In this upstate town, the villages and hamlets have distinct personalities, but agriculture
is a common theme.
New York Times. Wednesday, 14 Jul 2021.
- Prince Charles warns of loss of countryside if small farms are driven out of business
The Prince of Wales has expressed concern over the country's reliance on industrial agriculture
for cheap food and said if family farms are run out of business it will devastate the British countryside.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 14 Jul 2021.
- Britain isn't working
British industries from agriculture
to food production, personnel to social care, company bosses are tearing their hair out at their inability to find workers.
Daily Mail. Monday, 12 Jul 2021.
- Young Sikh Farmers in California Keep Up a Long Tradition
In California, a young generation of Sikh farmers has agricultural
roots that stretch back 900 years.
New York Times. Sunday, 11 Jul 2021.
- 6 Reasons to Add Deere (DE) Stock to Your Portfolio Now
Deere (DE) is poised well to gain on favorable demand in agricultural
and construction sectors and efforts to bring technologically advanced products in the market.
Zacks. Tuesday, 6 Jul 2021.
- Climate change: Planting extra trees will boost rainfall across Europe
land to forestry would boost summer rains by 7.6% on average, a study finds.
BBC News. Monday, 5 Jul 2021.
- Ukraine Allows Farmland Sales For First Time Since Independence
Ukraine has officially ended a 20-year moratorium on the sale of farmland, hoping to unleash productivity and investment in the agricultural
Radio Liberty. Friday, 2 Jul 2021.
- Idaho Farmer Copes With Water Crisis
Farmer Carl Pendleton says American farm system is diversified and resilient, but government, which provides agricultural
subsidies, has a role to play where the food supply is threatened.
Voice of America. Wednesday, 30 Jun 2021.
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