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Proxibid to Provide Online Bidding for Major Equipment Auction by Noonday Tractor and Auction
Proxibid (www.proxibid.com), the world’s largest, most trusted online marketplace for buying and selling specialized assets, announced today that it will provide live, online bidding for a farm and construction equipment auction presented by Noonday Tractor and Auction on Saturday, November 3 at 9 a.m. Central Time. The live auction will be held in Flint, Texas, but with Proxibid, buyers located anywhere in the world with an Internet connection can simply log online and place bids. To view the auction catalog, visit www.proxibid.com/noonday.
(Filed: Wed Oct 31 2012)
National Trust MyFarm experiment to go free
The National Trust has announced that its MyFarm experiment will now be free in an effort to get even more people to interested and engaged with farming and food.
(Filed: Mon May 14 2012)
The National Trust reports son of RamCam born live on LambCam
The National Trust has announced the birth of a Portland ewe live on LambCam, a webcam which broadcasts the lambing pens that are part of the charity's MyFarm project.
(Filed: Fri Mar 16 2012)
The National Trust reports lovesick cows get new mate for Valentine's
The National Trust's MyFarm community has voted on which breed of cow should get a mate following Valentine's Day.
(Filed: Fri Feb 24 2012)
The National Trust's MyFarm experiment extends to include conventional farm methods
The National Trust has announced that a 250 acre conventional farm is set to become part of its MyFarm experiment.
(Filed: Tue Dec 13 2011)
The National Trust reveals consumers need a leg up with farming knowledge
The National Trust has revealed that most Britons don't know the best time of year to enjoy eating lamb.
(Filed: Mon Nov 21 2011)
The National Trust's ram-cam set to become ewe-tube sensation
The National Trust has released a new video as part of its MyFarm experiment, showing a ram's eye view as he meets a flock of ewes.
(Filed: Fri Oct 21 2011)
First rate farm producers win coveted National Trust awards
The National Trust has awarded twenty two food and drink producers across England and Wales with a Fine Farm Produce Award.
(Filed: Wed Oct 05 2011)
The National Trust reports disaster for MyFarm's Shire Horse foaling
The National Trust has reported that the foaling of Queenie the Shire Horse ended in disaster when the foal passed away shortly after birth.
(Filed: Thu Jul 14 2011)
The National Trust invites public to choose sheep for farm experiment
The National Trust has announced that members of the public will be able to choose the sheep that will be brought on to MyFarm.
(Filed: Mon Jul 04 2011)
The National Trust announces live foaling at MyFarm
The National Trust has announced it will be broadcasting a live foaling as part of its MyFarm experiment
(Filed: Mon Jun 13 2011)
Imperato/Behm Campaign Reinforces Support for Adam Putnam as Commissioner of Agriculture. Urges Acti
Team Imperato endorsed Congressman Adam Putnam for Agriculture Commissioner largely because of his willingness to establish a small farm advisory council, which will help ensure that priorities of small farmers are included within the policy debate and to facilitate discussion on small farm policy. If able to add his voice to the advisory council, Behm would urge that sweet sorghum be grown more in Florida as a replacement to corn to develop ethanol.
(Filed: Wed Sep 22 2010)
Worm Bins Serve as an Excellent Tool for Waste Management
With the world’s current problems on waste management, worm farms are becoming the perfect solution for waste management at home.
(Filed: Mon Aug 16 2010)
Global Trade of Softwood Logs has Increased in 2010 After Having Fallen 30 Percent in Two Years, Rep
Higher worldwide demand for forest products has increased global shipments of softwood logs by 20 percent in 2010, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. This year may be a turning point for global log trade, which had fallen 30 percent between 2007 and 2009.
(Filed: Tue Aug 10 2010)
Global Sawlog Prices Up 17% the Past 12 Months with the Biggest Gains Seen in Northern Europe and Oc
In the 1Q/2010, the Global Sawlog Price Index (GSPI) reached US$76.77/m3, the highest level in over a year, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. Much of the increase has been the result of a weaker US dollar, but sawlog costs have also gone up in local currencies in many markets, including Finland, Sweden, Germany, Latvia, Russia and New Zealand.
(Filed: Thu Jun 10 2010)
New Grape-Sorting Machine Uses Optics, Can Sort 10 Tons an Hour (A052)
BUCHER VASLIN INTRODUCES NEW GRAPE-SORTING METHOD THAT USES OPTICS
(Filed: Mon May 17 2010)
Biomass Prices Throughout the US have been Impacted by the Federal Program BCAP, Reports the North A
The cost for wood biomass fell in two of the major markets in the US in the 1Q 2010 partly because of the federal program BCAP, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review. The federal government is currently considering different programs of how to contribution to an increased use of renewable energy sources.
(Filed: Tue May 11 2010)
Global Lumber Markets Improved in Late 2009 with Prices Moving Upward in North America and the Nordi
Softwood lumber prices were up in both North America and Europe in the 4Q, but it was more the result of lower inventory levels and reduced production rather than an increase in demand, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. The hot market for lumber last year was China, which increased imports by 75% thereby passing Japan as the largest importer in Asia.
(Filed: Tue Apr 06 2010)
Lawn Sprinkler Repair Michigan: Old Faithful Sprinkler Systems Helps Homeowners Avoid Repairs With P
For over 17 years, Scott Halahan has been doing lawn sprinkler repair and sprinkler installation in Michigan. Going all the way back to his college years, Scott founded the company on the basis of helping his customer learn the appropriate maintenance tasks to fully extend the usable lifespan of the lawn sprinkler installations and avoid lawn sprinkler repairs in Michigan. Proper sprinkler winterization is just one critical part of proper sprinkler maintenance to maximize the sprinkler system’s lifespan. For this spring and the start of the 2010 watering season, Scott and the team at Old Faithful Sprinkler Systems offered the following simple maintenance and startup plan for any and all customers…
(Filed: Wed Mar 31 2010)
Hardwood Fiber Costs for the Global Pulp Industry Increased Over 15% in 2009, Reports the Wood Resou
Wood fiber costs for pulp mills worldwide increased for the fourth consecutive quarter in the 4Q/09. During 2009, the Hardwood Wood Fiber Price Index (HFPI) moved up 15.4%, while the Softwood Wood Fiber Price Index (SFPI) was up 10.5%, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly.
(Filed: Tue Feb 16 2010)
Softwood Sawlog Prices in Brazil in 4Q were down 11% from their Peak in 2008 because of Weak Export
Lumber exports from Brazil have fallen 45% in two years, resulting in reduced demand for sawlogs and lower log prices. In the 4Q/09, pine sawlog prices were down 11% from their peak in 2008, but were still over 300% higher than six years ago, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly
(Filed: Mon Feb 08 2010)
Farmers Must Respond to President Obama's State of the Union Speech
Farmers know that our country is at risk, important decisions will be made in Washington, DC, with or without their input. The future will the result of those decisions and there is now a simple free process to help them be an active participant in the discussion.
(Filed: Tue Jan 26 2010)
Global Sawlog Prices Jumped Almost 8% in the 3Q/09 because of Improved Lumber Markets in the US and
In the 3Q/09, the Global Sawlog Price Index (GSPI) had the highest quarter-to-quarter jump in the 15-year history of the Index, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. The Index increased for the third straight quarter and reached just over US$73/m3.
(Filed: Sun Jan 10 2010)
Wood Costs Have Remained Unchanged for Canadian Pulp Mills in 2009 Despite Tighter Wood Chip Supply,
The pulp industry in Canada has sharply reduced production the past two years both as a result of weaker pulp and paper markets worldwide and also because of less competitive pulp manufacturing facilities. Wood costs have increased for many plants as the result of reduced availability of relatively inexpensive sawmill residuals, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review.
(Filed: Thu Nov 12 2009)
Global Trade of Wood Chips Down 26% in 2009 as Pulpmills Reduce Production Worldwide, Reports Wood R
The international financial crisis has put a damper on global trade of wood chips used for pulp manufacturing in 2009, reports Wood Resources International. The biggest decline has been in shipments from Australia, South Africa and Uruguay to Japan.
(Filed: Sat Oct 17 2009)
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