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Global food commodity prices will remain low over the next decade compared to previous peaks, as demand growth in a number of emerging economies is expected to slow down and biofuel policies have a diminished …

UN agency sounds alarm as drought-stricken herders in Ethiopia face massive livestock losses

11 August 2017 &#150 Drought has devastated herders&#39 livelihoods as it exhausted pastures and water sources, the United Nations agriculture agency said today, stressing that supporting them to get back on their feet and prevent …

Philippines reports first avian flu outbreak, to cull 400,000 birds

NNA – The Philippines plans to cull 400,000 chickens, quails and ducks after confirming the country’s first outbreak of bird flu, Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Pinol on Friday.

The avian flu outbreak was detected in a …

Artificial Insemination Doubles Value of Cambodian Cows, Increasing Farmers' Income

Doung Commune, Cambodia – Rolling out the artificial insemination programme for cattle in Cambodia would open up market opportunities and increase farmers’ income, according to researchers and veterinary officials in the province where a pilot …

Artificial Insemination Doubles Value of Cambodian Cows, Increasing Farmers' Income

Doung Commune, Cambodia – Rolling out the artificial insemination programme for cattle in Cambodia would open up market opportunities and increase farmers’ income, according to researchers and veterinary officials in the province where a pilot …

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