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CBH ready for bumper harvest

Farm Weekly - ‎vor 7 Stunden‎
"In Wagin, an extra open bulkhead is being built so there will be more storage available in time for harvest and improved equipment at the site on existing storage will see quicker turnaround and throughput times. "At the Dumbleyung site improved ...

Crabbers see more, larger blue crabs

Delaware State News - ‎vor 55 Minuten‎
The comeback for the Bay's most valuable fishery is yet another sign that harvest restrictions placed on both states in 2008, while painful for the crab industry, may be helping the fisheries bounce back.

Maximizing developmental partnership with SCKEDD discussed

Newton Kansan - ‎vor 19 Stunden‎
While lending program manager Christie Henry pointed out some of the work SCKEDD has been doing in Harvey County on behalf of local businesses (from helping a local greenhouse to talking with Grand Central about rehabilitating its headquarters to ...

Yuma Lettuce Days cancelled for 2017

Yuma Sun - ‎vor 22 Stunden‎
Paul Muthart, general manager for local grower Pasquinelli Produce, said the company participated in the most recent Lettuce Days by sponsoring a showcase on the contributions of farm laborers, but since it sells to retailers and not directly to the ...

John Deere and Frontier Equipment introduce

Farm Industry News (subscription) - ‎26.07.2016‎
“Go to and you'll find the kind of how-to information customers are really looking for,” says Scott Geier, manager, sales/marketing, John Deere. “You'll ... Others are just general good advice on taking care of equipment and the land ...

Farm that once benefited the homeless now run by fast-food chain

The Boston Globe - ‎24.07.2016‎
When engineers condemned the old, rickety bridge to Long Island in 2014, police ordered everyone to leave immediately. The managers of the city-run farm took what they could, even enlisting Fire Department trainees to carry their chickens over the bridge.

CBH prepares Australia's network for a bumper year

World Grain - ‎26.07.2016‎
“And just outside Albany, the Mirambeena site will be ready for harvest, despite heavy rain in the area slowing construction in recent months.

Pioneering SPot Farm hosts share new innovations

FarmingUK - ‎vor 14 Stunden‎
"To maintain that relevancy, James and Sam continue to innovate, sharing their findings to ensure a sustainable and prosperous future for the GB potato industry as a whole," explained Anne Stone, AHDB Potatoes Knowledge Exchange Manager and ...

Precision technology on display

Agri News - ‎26.07.2016‎
“We do this once a year to show farmers the precision products we offer that are available for planters to sprayers to anhydrous tool bars,” said Bryan Fehr, general manager of Jenner Precision. “Farmers can talk to the company representatives one on ...

Precoolers help produce and fresh cuts stay fresh longer

FreshPlaza - ‎26.07.2016‎
Forced-air precoolers are essential to grower-packers around the world, in order to preserve freshness and shelf-life for fruits, vegetables, and flowers.

Battle Ground pleased with Fire District 3 partnership

The Columbian - ‎25.07.2016‎
“The professionalism of Fire District 3 and their commitment to serve the City of Battle Ground is evident in everything they do,” Battle Ground City Manager Jeff Swanson said in a press release. “In the first six months of their service to the city we ...

Community calendar from July 27

Troy Record - ‎vor 19 Stunden‎
CHENEY LIBRARY: On July 28 Molly McCann, program manager for Columbia, Greene and Rensselaer counties of the Northeastern New York Chapter of the Alzheimer's association, will be at the Cheney Library in Hoosick falls at 6:30 p.m.

Long-term pesticide effects hard to determine, experts say

The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines - ‎25.07.2016‎
We don't necessarily see all the criteria to say that it causes the disease,” said Dr. Charles Lynch, a University of Iowa College of Public Health professor and medical director and principal investigator of the State Health Registry of Iowa/Iowa ...

Bigger crop, smaller return: Forecasts of record yields have downside

The State Journal-Register - ‎23.07.2016‎
The annual corn-yield survey of the Sangamon County Farm Bureau will not be until next month, but local manager Jim Birge said reports from the field are good for both crops.

First Offering of Its Kind Equips Manufacturers to Take Advantage of the ...

ManufacturingTomorrow (press release) - ‎vor 12 Stunden‎
Professional Services enables original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to take advantage of 3D printing technologies across their organization's lifecycle from prototyping to production parts.

Work, Fish, Hope: A Look Into Coastal Villages Region Fund

KYUK - ‎21.07.2016‎
In the village of Quinhagak, a plan to sell salmon to the Seattle-based Northwest Seafood Exchange has fallen through after the Coastal Villages Region Fund refused the Quinhagak village corporation manager access to processing equipment. The fishermen ...

The cutting edge of robots: your lawn

The Boston Globe - ‎21.07.2016‎
Jones says he first had the idea for a robo-weeder in 2014, when he was working for Harvest Automation, a startup that made rugged robots for large-scale commercial nurseries.

Ag Dept hosts summer Crop Up Dinners

Oregon Natural Resources Report - ‎25.07.2016‎
“We are hoping to educate attendees about Oregon specialty crops,” says Julia Turner, an ODA international trade manager who, along with OSU Research Chef Jason Ball, has been planning and organizing the dinner series. “Oregon produces ... “Very little ...

Finding Optimism in Cotton Country for Farm Equipment

AgWeb - ‎19.07.2016‎
“We've got a lot of producers that not only grow cotton and peanuts, but they also grow melon crops, and various other vegetable crops,” says Judd Lasseter, general manager of Lasseter Equipment in Moultrie, Ga. It's that diversity on the farm that ...

Ready-made space for start-ups

Grand Junction Daily Sentinel - ‎23.07.2016‎
Co-working spaces allow professionals to have an office without signing a lease, paying a deposit or leasing equipment, making the lack of overhead costs attractive for some.