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University findings find little yield difference between strip-till, chisel plow, and other tillage forms.
ARLINGTON, Va, Oct 16 (Reuters) - U.S. negotiators at talks
to update the North American Free Trade Agreement want Canada to
dismantle its system of protections for the dairy and poultry
sectors, a move Ottawa will reject, a source briefed on the
matter said on Monday.
The proposal is the latest in a string of hard line demands
from the U.S. side that are increasingly fueling doubts as to
whether the Trump administration wants NAFTA to collapse.
(Corrects spelling of Tercek, para 13)
* Nature could account for 37 pct of carbon cuts needed by
* Planting trees is best way of harnessing nature - study
* Better use of nature equivalent to halting use of oil
By Alister Doyle
What beef cattle eat and how much across different life stages has been hard to assess. A study at the University of Illinois is analyzing forage and grain intake.
Having enough to eat is a basic human right. October 16th is World Food Day.
By Michael Hirtzer
CHICAGO, Oct 16 (Reuters) - U.S. lean hog futures
rose to a two-month high on Monday as cash prices extended their
climb on strong demand from the expanded pork processing sector,
traders and analysts said.
Two new hog slaughterhouses that opened about a month ago in
Iowa and Michigan have boosted hog demand while wholesale pork
prices have recovered from recent multimonth lows, suggesting
consumer interest in pork was keeping pace with increased
A new generation of biofuels is on the horizon. Scientists are researching how to make these products directly from grasses.
Every farmer knows that good soil produces good crops. Putting a dollar value on soil health is easier said than done.
The strong smell of manure in confined areas isn’t good for your health. But sometimes it’s what you don’t smell in manure that’s even worse.
(Adds U.S. demand on Canada dairy and poultry sectors)
By Dave Graham and David Lawder
ARLINGTON, Va., Oct 16 (Reuters) - Lobbying efforts on the
North American Free Trade Agreement faced a major test this week
after the Trump administration ignored advice from U.S. business
groups and pitched proposals to radically reshape NAFTA, leaving
its future in doubt.