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Nomination – Scottish Magazine Awards
Eilidh MacPherson is honoured to have been nominated as Feature Writer of the Year in the Scottish Magazine Awards. The Award ceremony takes place on December 1st at the Raddison Hotel in Glasgow.
More export activity would secure future cattle throughput for processors.
Beef processors can exert more influence on future UK cattle production levels than they appear to think, the National Beef Association said today.
Occasionally it might pause to re-gather momentum, but surges off again, in times of plenty and of disruption, in war and in peace.
The global financial crisis might have left giant holes in the ground and untenanted skyscrapers littering Dubai, but the Middle East's appetite for dairy products is undiminished.
Shortages of dairy products and beef are showing up in better milk and meat prices for farmers in the main exporting countries.
Dr Norman Borlaug, born on an Iowa farm in 1914, developed high-yielding,
short-strawed wheats in Mexican research stations which created the Green Revolution.
that's the latest story from the Texas panhandle on the High Plains of the United States. A wind farming boom in
West Texas is turning the settler's curse, almost constant wind, into an asset requiring almost no effort on behalf
of the land owner.