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Farmers face 'big pressure' over slurry storage

They say wet weather had made the annual slurry ban a difficult situation
BBC News

EU farmers ready campaigns to highlight there is no alternative to glyphosate

European farmers are raising the pressure on the European Commission and the member states to extend the licence of weed-killer glyphosate as there is no alternative on the market and a ban could..

Videos for farmers

News video: University Finds Unique Way To Help Puerto Rico Recover After Hurricane Maria

University Finds Unique Way To Help Puerto Rico Recover After Hurricane Maria 00:43

Delaware Valley University in Doylestown is collecting vegetable and fruit seeds to help farmers get back in business. Matt Yurus reports.
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News video: You Complete Me! Blind Husband Carries Disabled Wife for 29 Years

You Complete Me! Blind Husband Carries Disabled Wife for 29 Years 02:24

Married farmers Cao Shucai and Xu Houbi from the Chinese city of Chongqing complete each other, literally! Shucai has had problems with his sight since childhood while his wife Houbi has a foot and leg..
Source: Ruptly TV -

News video: More farmers fear spring harvest may be in jeopardy.

More farmers fear spring harvest may be in jeopardy. 02:13

More farmers fear spring harvest may be in jeopardy due to rainy weather
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News video: Omaha Sunday Morning: Chicken farmers, tire clean up, K9 for a day

Omaha Sunday Morning: Chicken farmers, tire clean up, K9 for a day 07:13

Omaha Sunday Morning, in collaboration with the Omaha World-Herald, brings you the top stories from Omaha this week.
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Trump Administration Drops Tighter Rules on Meatpackers

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has dropped efforts to tighten regulations governing how meat companies’ deal with the farmers who raise the nation’s poultry and livestock.
Wall Street Journal

Centre, state working in tandem for Bihar development: Nitish Kumar

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday asked the media to show some positive news, instead of highlighting only the negatives prevalent in society. The CM was speaking at the inaugural of "Bihar..

NCP wins in village adopted by Devendra Fadnavis

After claiming victory in the first round of Gram Panchayat elections, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) suffered a setback of sorts in the second leg, with the Opposition triumphing over BJP candidates in..

TB dam just 3.23 feet away from max level

The Tungabhadra reservoir is just 3.23 feet away from reaching its maximum level. This follows copious rain in the dams catchment areas. This is the first time that the reservoir is nearing full..
Deccan Herald

Cauvery Theerthodbhava held at Talacauvery

A large number of devotees gathered at Talacauvery in the district early Tuesday morning to witness Cauvery Theerthodbhava. The entire Brahmagiri range was decked with greenery amid drizzle. At..
Deccan Herald

Hatsun Agro Product invests Rs. 60 cr to support farmers in Tamil Nadu, Telangana

New Delhi , Oct. 17 : Hatsun Agro Product Ltd. (HAP), a leading dairy company with well-known brands such as 'Arun', 'IBACO' and 'Hatsun' has invested Rs. 60 crore to expand its cattle feed production..

Loan waiver disbursal starts tomorrow in Maharashtra

The disbursal of money for the loan-waiver scheme for farmers of Maharashtra would begin on Wednesday. "From tomorrow, we are starting the disbursal for the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Krishi Samman..
Deccan Herald

At least 29 killed in central Nigeria violence

At least 29 people were killed in a new flare-up of violence in central Nigeria targeting people sheltered in a primary school, prompting President Muhammadu Buhari to issue an appeal to "stop the..
Deccan Herald

Centre looks at horticulture plan in NE

Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh said that CHAMAN was a "pioneer project" in which remote sensing technique was being used for "strategic development" of the horticulture sector to increase..

Ninder farmers set for a dark diwali

The agitating farmers called to observe a dark Diwali after talks between JDA and agitation representatives ended inconclusively on Monday.

‘Annapurna’ CM begins scheme

Women belonging to Dalit and Muslim communities on Monday literally had a mouthful as chief minister Vasundhara Raje personally served them food during the launch of the second phase of Annapurna Rasoi..

'MNCs sell pesticides without safety info'

It has been alleged that multinational companies have been selling pesticides without sufficient safety information. A Maharashtra government body said many farmers had developed symptoms like nausea,..

BJP offers loan at 0% interest to Gujarat farmers

Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani, on Monday, announced loans up to Rs 3 lakh to farmers at zero per cent interest, a move likely to benefit over 25 lakh farmers. At present, Gujarat has a 7%..

Karnataka farmer, who wrote to PM, CM about farmers' suffering, commits suicide

A Karnataka farmer, who brought the sufferings of farmers to the notice of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former Chief Justice of India JS Khehar, Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah, committed..

Rain: Inflow to Almatti dam increases

The inflow to Lal Bahadur Shastry (Almatti) reservoir has increased following heavy in river Krishna catchment area in the state. The inflow of water to the reservoir, which was 60,000 cusec on..
Deccan Herald

Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana most 'profound decision' of my life: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Sagar (Madhya Pradesh) , October 16 : Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Monday inaugurated the ambitious 'Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojna' in the presence of the farmers at the Krishi Upaj..

UP Govt. to set up new sugar mills, modernise older ones: Adityanath

Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh), Oct 16 : Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday said that new sugar mills will soon be set up and the present ones will be revamped and modernised to help the..

Depute Kannada speaking staff in banks: ZP members

Zilla Panchayat former president Koragappa Naik said in spite of requests to the Lead Bank, staff with Kannada knowledge have not been deputed in banks in rural areas. Most employees speak to..
Deccan Herald

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