- Market Realist via Yahoo! FinanceFeb 03 01:06 PM
Kansas City Southern reported agriculture revenues of $108.6 million, which fell by 4% compared with the $113.7 million the segment saw in 4Q14.
- Manila BulletinFeb 07 06:18 AM
San Fernando City, La Union — Fries of the tiny goby fish or silver fish, locally known as “Ipon,” are back in the market. Ipon, an exotic Ilocano delicacy which is usually eaten raw with drops of limejuice or vinegar, had been missed the past couple of months as the City Agriculture Office (CAO) banned the catching of goby fish from last December until the end of January. EXOTIC DISH – A tiny ...
- Business MirrorJan 28 04:19 AM
CAUAYAN CITY, Isabela—The City Agriculture Office (CAO) here said corn farmers are now shifting to cassava farming due to huge losses brought by calamities in the city. City agriculturist Rufino Arcega said corn farmers has seen the advantage of planting cassava considering the small capital compared to corn farming which
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- Brisbane TimesFeb 06 05:23 AM
The share of vegetables grown in the city's food basin is heading for a crash.
- CBS 19 TylerFeb 08 10:36 AM
As cities across East Texas grow, many are working to keep their small town charm in the heart of downtown. The City of Troup is no exception, and the city’s downtown will soon see some improvements thanks to grant funding.
- Minda NewsFeb 04 02:58 AM
GENERAL SANTOS CITY (MindaNews/04 February) — -Around P15.8 million worth of agricultural crops here have been destroyed due to the impact of the continuing dry spell triggered by the El… »
- The Manila TimesFeb 06 05:43 AM
Thom F. PicañaBAGUIO CITY: The Department of Agriculture Cordillera has set aside more than P62 million pesos for its mitigation measures to cushion the effects of El Niño in the region. Lorenzo Caranguian, DA-CAR regional director, said that even as … Read more »
- The Huffington PostFeb 08 08:49 AM
With the recent news that a kangaroo that was previously kept on Staten Island died at a New Jersey animal sanctuary , an alligator caught on an Upper Manhattan Street also died and another alligator was spotted in a Queens Park , it is good time to remind people that exotic animals like kangaroos, alligators, tigers and even ferrets are illegal in New York City. The New York City Health Code ...
- Business MirrorJan 14 03:50 AM
GENERAL SANTOS CITY—Agriculture personnel in South Cotabato have stepped up their interventions against the continuing rodent or rat infestation in the parts of the province that already destroyed around 1,200 hectares (ha) of agricultural crops. Justina Navarrete, acting head of the Office of the Provincial Agriculturist (Opag), said on Thursday
- Iowa FarmerFeb 06 02:15 PM
AMES — Scientists often take many roads that lead to progress. For Iowa State University’s water quality research, an important path has gone through Gilmore City, Iowa.
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