animal feed

  1. Agriland RSS

    Underspend on NI pilot Protein Crops Scheme

    Written by Richard Halleron from Agriland The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) has announced that payments totalling £208,655 will be issued to all eligible applicants under the NI Protein Crops Scheme on Monday, October 18 – the first day of payments for 2021...
  2. Agriland RSS

    NI protein crop pilot payments to be issued next week

    Written by Rachel Martin from Agriland Payments for Northern Ireland’s pilot protein crops scheme are set to begin next week. The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs has announced that payments totalling £208,655 will issue to all eligible applicants under the Protein...
  3. Agriland RSS

    McDonald’s commends NI supply chain

    Written by Richard Halleron from Agriland McDonald’s celebrated 30 years of business in Northern Ireland this week and commended its suppliers in NI for “punching above their weight”. The company has also committed to being carbon ‘net zero’ in the UK by 2040. This is 10 years ahead of a...
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    How will the public respond to higher and higher food prices..

    ...while British farms are being bought as fast as possible by investment bankers to plant trees. When God knows how many thousands of acres of crops are going in to biomass boilers. I'm no expert on world grain markets but seems thats extreme weather is affecting supply along with soaring...
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    Is he correct?

  6. Agriland RSS

    Group revenue at Origin Enterprises increases by more than 4%

    Written by Agriland Team from Agriland Origin Enterprises plc, the international agri-services group which provides specialist agronomy advice, crop inputs and digital agricultural solutions to farmers, growers, landscapers and amenity professionals, today (Wednesday, September 29) announced...
  7. MCook

    UK to loosen rules on gene-editing crops

    With the news that the UK is set to loosen rules on gene-editing crops, I am keen to hear whether people see this as an opportunity or a threat to UK farming and general food production? I don't know a huge amount this topic, in fact I only learnt this morning about how much soybean used for...
  8. Direct Driller Magazine

    Growers Dismayed at the Unlevel Playing Field of Grain

    Growers Dismayed at the Unlevel Playing Field of Grain By Steve Ridsdale Combinable crop direct drillers have found ways to cut establishment costs, whilst at the same time aiming to increase the resilience and productive capacity of their soils. At the other end of the production cycle, comes...
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    Farmers Weekly: Growers Call For New Grain Assurance Standard

    https://www.fwi.co.uk/arable/call-for-new-grain-assurance-system-to-end-double-standards
  10. Farm Business RSS

    Driver shortages affecting many parts of Agriculture Supply Chain

    Written by John Swire from Farm Business Driver shortages are affecting many parts of the agricultural supply sector ranging from the delivery of inputs to collection of produce, according to the Agri-Supply Coalition. This is adding to challenges caused by other labour shortages and widespread...
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    AIC directors profit from compulsory Red Tractor

    This bit of homework was done by a fellow forum member, well done that man. wasn't sure if anyone had done any digging into the ownership and stakeholders of the AIC, so I had a little look on companies house and I'm pretty horrified by what I found. AIC is similar to RT in that it is a Ltd...
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    So does nitrogen need to be included in our carbon fottprint

    Well every other bigger under the sun seems to be buying the co2 by product storing food killing pigs and putting bubbles in drinks but we have to account for it when we buy the fertiliser.
  13. Agriland RSS

    BSE case confirmed on farm in England

    Written by Agriland Team from Agriland A single case of classical Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) has been confirmed on a farm in Somerset, England, the UK’s Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has said. The case was confirmed by the Animal and Plant Health...
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    How much Soya would be grown

    If there were no livestock to eat it? Are we so dependent on it now that as much would still be grown? Would we save the planet as we are told? or would we grow even more to replace meat, cooking fat, etc.
  15. Agriland RSS

    Wynnstay joins LEAF to support net zero ambitions

    Written by William Kellett from Agriland As a first step in a five-year strategic plan, Wynnstay have joined LEAF – a global sustainable farming organisation – as a corporate member to demonstrate its long-term commitment to driving more climate smart strategies across the business. It will be...
  16. Farm Business RSS

    Anpario maintains sales and profit levels in first half of year

    Written by John Swire from Farm Business Anpario plc the independent manufacturer of natural sustainable animal feed additives for animal health, nutrition and biosecurity has announced its results for the six months to 30 June 2021. Sales revenue at actual exchange rates was down just 1...
  17. Farm Business RSS

    World’s first scalable production of algae from carbon emissions aims to revolutionise protein in animal feed

    Written by John Swire from Farm Business A pioneering global partnership between responsible protein specialists Livalta, an AB Agri company, and technology leader Pond Technology will create the world’s first commercially viable production of algae-based animal feed ingredients from CO2...
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    Guy Smith's response to FW article on AIC rules.

    What's he talking about. I don't get his argument. We say we want AIC to allow UK grain to have same intake requirements as imports. Guy is waffling on about government, neonics, and watering down RT rules to lowest common denominator is bad. We're not talking about lowering RT rules, we're...
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    Situation Vacant Business Development Manager in Insect Protein Sector - Edinburgh

    Business Development Manager – UK & Europe Working Hours: Full-time, flexible Salary: Competitive, composed of a mix of base salary, on-target earnings and EMI options. Location: Roslin, Edinburgh with option of remote working About us Beta Bugs is an Edinburgh-based insect genetics company...
  20. Agriland RSS

    Fane Valley proposals for new processing plant to create up to 30 jobs

    Written by Rachel Martin from Agriland Fane Valley Co-op has unveiled proposals for a new food processing facility at Mandeville Industrial Estate in Craigavon, Co. Armagh. The plans, which are currently in the pre-application stage, will expand the firm’s milling capabilities and create up...
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