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05 August 2013
Austrian Drought Triggers Emergency Support
AUSTRIA – Farmers battling against a heatwave will receive disaster funding to alleviate the pressure of higher costs and mounting livestock and crop losses. ...
01 August 2013
Flood Resources for Agricultural Producers
CANADA - As Albertans continue to recover from the worst flooding in our province’s history, the Government of Alberta has been providing resources to help affected Albertans and their communities with the rebuilding process....
26 July 2013
Development Organisation Recognised for Cooperative Work
ETHIOPIA – Economic development organisation ACDI/VOCA has been recognised by the national government for efforts to develop agricultural cooperatives....
12 July 2013
Sustainable Dairy Water Accord Receives Fonterra Backing
NEW ZEALAND - Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited is right behind the dairy industry’s new Sustainable Dairying: Water Accord (SDWA) and has the programmes in place to ensure its goals are achieved....
11 July 2013
Winter Management Can Cut Losses Through Runoff
GLOBAL - By using simple grazing techniques such as back-fencing and water course protection, overland flow can be reduced on winter forage crops, the AgResearch study team has found....
10 July 2013
Scottish Govt Listens to Union on Water Regulation
UK - NFU Scotland is drawing farmers’ attention to new diffuse pollution rules and has welcomed the Scottish Government’s changes to its original, impractical proposals....
03 July 2013
Farm Bureau Seeks Ruling on Farmyard Stormwater
US - The American Farm Bureau Federation this week (1 July) asked the US District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia to determine that livestock and poultry farmers do not need Clean Water Act discharge permits for ordinary stormwater runoff...
EC Approves State Aid for German Flood-affected Farmers
GERMANY - The European Commission (EC) has cleared €600 million in German compensation aid after flood damage to the country's agricultural sector....
26 June 2013
FAO Meeting Discusses Water and Food Security
GLOBAL - Researchers and policy-makers are gathering in Cairo, Egypt, to build links between available science and practical policy action for a conference organised by the United Nation Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)....
24 June 2013
Minister Supports Drought Hit Graziers
AUSTRALIA - AGFORCE Queensland has today expressed growing frustration at the Federal Government’s public ridicule of emergency grazing in National Parks and its failure to rule out taking legal action against drought stricken graziers....
18 June 2013
18,000 Cattle to Be Moved in Record Drive
AUSTRALIA – Farmers have embarked on a treacherous drive through bare northern grasslands after the Australian Agricultural Company purchased 18,000 cattle from several Northern Territory farms....
17 June 2013
Europe Mops Up After Floods
ANALYSIS - At the beginning of the month Central and Eastern Europe experienced some of the worst floods it had ever seen, writes Chris Harris. ...
12 June 2013
April Beef Output Up 20 Per Cent Year On Year
AUSTRALIA – Almost every state’s beef output was up year-on-year for April, with national output up 20 per cent, bovine genomics supplier and consultant ABS has announced....
07 June 2013
The Price Paid for Less Drought in Oklahoma
US - Rains have addressed soil moisture deficits in much of eastern Oklahoma, this is good news for cattle on pasture as they have more access to surface water, but the an Oklahoma State University Specialist is warning that weed burden will be high this...
04 June 2013
Drought Leads to Record Beef Exports of Over 100,000 tonnes
AUSTRALIA – After more than six years of waiting, weak cattle prices and severe drought conditions have led to a new Australian beef export record of over 100,000 tonnes for May....
Extra Moisture Can Extend Grass Growth into Summer Slump
US - Rain makes grass grow. That's good for grazing livestock, but makes haying difficult....
16 May 2013
Drought-Hit Farmers Given National Parks Lifeline
AUSTRALIA - Proposed changes to legislation allowing temporary grazing on selected properties and National Parks until the end of the year may save the lives of more than 25,000 cattle affected by severe drought in the western reaches of the state....
10 May 2013
Pastures Weakened by Drought Will Require Time to Recover
US - Nebraska's pastures are starting to grow again, but the effects of last year's drought linger and might cause complications for producers, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln forage specialist has said....
09 May 2013
Queenslanders Call on Policy Makers to Ring the Changes
AUSTRALIA – Currency, drought, shipping welfare and demand problems are simultaneously providing huge pressure on Queensland farmers, which has led to calls for a more ‘flexible policy’ to secure rural businesses....
02 May 2013
Texan Pasture Still Drought Damaged
US - Much of the state’s warm-season grass pastures have yet to recover from damage suffered during the 2011 drought, said a Texas A&M Agricultural Extension Service forage expert. ...
Project to Help Beef Producers Reduce Water Usage
UK - Reducing water use on beef and sheep farms is the aim of a research and development project recently launched by EBLEX....
29 April 2013
Dry Spell Prompts Calls For Policy Upheaval
AUSTRALIA - Farmers have told the government that a drought policy should be finalised as prolonged dry weather still persists across much of the country....
25 April 2013
Mexico Facing Severe Drought Again in 2013
ANALYSIS - With Mexico facing severe drought conditions again this year, the federal government has announced stringent conservation measures to preserve already tight water supplies, particularly in a large area just south of the border with the US....
Drought Conditions Lead to Emergency Powder Ruling
BRAZIL - Drought hit regions of Brazil have been granted permission to revert milk powder back to liquid pasteurised forms. ...
23 April 2013
Fit Low Drift Nozzles For Spring Treatments
UK - Growers are being urged to ensure sprayers are fitted with low drift nozzles, and that a 20 metre no-spray buffer zone is respected around watercourses, when using chlorpyrifos to treat for frit fly during grassland renovations, or for leatherjacket...
19 April 2013
Westpac Slammed Over Drought Comments
NEW ZEALAND – Federated Farmers has emphasised the deleterious effects of this year’s drought following claims from finance provide Westpac that the overall economy will not be effected....
17 April 2013
Tackle Fodder Problems in Terms of 'Grazing Days'
As the drought situation persists across the rangelands of Kansas, cattlemen should tackle fodder problems in terms of grazing days and form supplementation strategies, writes Michael Priestley....
Grazing At a Premium in Drought Hit Australia
AUSTRALIA – Local governments are working towards drought declarations after the summer wet season did little to alleviate irrigation issues....
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