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Sommet de l'Elevage 2009: The Livestock Show's 18th Edition Features Renewable Energy (Z077)
SOMMET DE L’ELEVAGE LIVESTOCK TRADE SHOW: THIS 18th edition FEATURES RENEWABLE ENERGY PAVILION AND BUSINESS FOCUS
(Filed: Sat May 09 2009)
The Cultural Traveler Pavilion will Showcase Cultural Tourism at AAM Expo
“The Cultural Traveler Pavilion will be an exciting interactive showcase at the 2009 MuseumExpo,” said Ford Bell, president and CEO of the American Association of Museums.
(Filed: Wed Apr 15 2009)
Tennessee Wholesale Nursery (TN Nursery) Announces Redesigned Website
Tennessee Wholesale Nursery (DBA TN Nursery) is annuncing the company’s newly redesigned website at www.tnnursery.net. The redesigned site features more graphical navigation to search, browse and buy wholesale trees, plants, shrubs, groundcover and wetlands plants online.
(Filed: Fri Apr 10 2009)
Wood Chip Prices Fell in Canada in The 1Q/09 As Pulpmills Reduced Their Operating Rates Substantiall
Many Canadian pulpmills ran at operating rates of less than 70 percent in the 1Q/09. As a result, wood chip prices fell in most provinces with the biggest declines occurring in British Columbia and Alberta. The western provinces had the lowest wood chip prices in North America in the 1Q, according to the North American Wood Fiber Review.
(Filed: Fri Apr 03 2009)
Increase in Demand For Wood Pellets Pushed Prices Upward in Europe in the 4Q/08, reports WRQ
Wood pellet prices in Europe has trended upward the past six years reaching record levels in the 4Q/08 as demand stays strong, reports Wood Resource Quarterly.
(Filed: Tue Mar 10 2009)
Sawlog prices increase in China in 3Q 2008 as log supply tightens, reports WRI
The domestic sawlog market in China has tightened as a result of reduced log imports from Russia in 2008. The increased competition for logs has pushed log prices upward to record highs in the 3Q 08, according to Wood Resources International.
(Filed: Thu Dec 04 2008)
AmericanBridal.com Announces Year-End Clearance and Overstock Savings
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(Filed: Tue Dec 02 2008)
Log Costs Fell in Russia in The 3Q/08 as The Forest Industry Cut Back Production, Reports WRI
The Russian economy started to slow in the 3Q with a decrease in housing constructions and reduced demand for lumber both domestically and in the export market.
(Filed: Thu Nov 20 2008)
There are several things to be noted while buying used trucks
Buying a used truck can be a large undertaking; if you run a small business it may be one of your biggest purchases if not the biggest. Even if you company is large, the need to replace a truck or add to your fleet requires some thought and financial planning, according to automotivebestbuys.com the best online marketplace of used trucks.
(Filed: Sat Nov 15 2008)
EVIALIS LAUNCHES NEW ANIMAL NUTRITION ADDITIVES AT EUROTIER NEXT MONTH (Y100)
EVIALIS LAUNCHES NEOVIA, RANGE OF ANIMAL NUTRITION ADDITIVES, AT EUROTIER EXHIBITION IN HANOVER, GERMANY, NEXT MONTH
(Filed: Thu Oct 30 2008)
Canadian Pulpmills are Paying Higher Wood Costs as Supply Tightens, WRI Reports
Softwood wood fiber prices are currently close to a 12-year high in British Columbia, according to the market report North American Wood Fiber Review. As chip prices in BC tend to follow pulp prices, wood costs have remained practically unchanged in 2008, but were over 30% higher in the 3Q/08 than they were two years ago.
(Filed: Wed Oct 08 2008)
Bale Shredder Born out of Necessity Lets Farmers do More with Less
BeddingPro® — The Ultimate for laying down straw and silage to assist farmers.
(Filed: Tue Oct 07 2008)
Russian Log Export Taxes Will Raise Unemployment In Russia Reports WRI
The Russian Federal Government is trying to assist development of its forest industry by adding export taxes on logs, thereby limiting competition by foreign companies for the Russian timber, as reported by Wood Resource Quarterly. These taxes are currently 25% of the log value (minimum €15/m3) for softwood logs and are scheduled to increase to a minimum of €50/m3 (about US$78/m3) from January 2009.
(Filed: Wed Sep 24 2008)
Global Timber Markets Impacted by Russian Log Export Taxes says WRI
The impetus provided by the Russian government, which has implemented regulations that restrict open trade of logs, Russia is slowly transforming from being a large exporter of logs to an important producer of primary processed wood products, as reported by the Wood Resource Quarterly.
(Filed: Sat Sep 06 2008)
Wood Costs Increased for Pulpmills Worldwide in the 2Q 2008 as Reported by WRI
The wood costs, which typically account for almost 50% of the production costs for a pulpmill, often determine a region’s or company’s competitiveness.
(Filed: Wed Aug 27 2008)
Sawlog prices rebound in Russia during the 2Q of 2008, reports Wood Resources International
As a result of the implemented and planned log export taxes in Russia, shipments of softwood logs from Russia have declined both to Europe and Asia in 2007 and 2008. In the first quarter of 2008, Russia shipped 44% less to Europe and 15% less to Asia.
(Filed: Thu Aug 21 2008)
Wag Pet Boutique Receives MetroBravo! Award
Wag Pet Boutique has received Metro Magazine’s top Standing Ovation MetroBravo! Award in the category "Best Pet Boutique/Salon." This is the second consecutive year Wag has achieved this recognition.
(Filed: Tue Aug 14 2007)
Proxibid Enjoys Unprecedented Success with Farm Equipment Auctions
Proxibid, a premier provider of live auction broadcasting services, has experienced unprecedented success in its Farm Equipment market segment. The Company has broadcast more than 20 Farm Equipment auctions since February, and has several more scheduled in the coming months.
(Filed: Wed Mar 28 2007)
Hot Summer Conditions Cause Feed Risk for Horses
All horse owners must check their feed, especially pellets, in the summer for evidence of potentially dangerous molds.
(Filed: Wed Aug 02 2006)
Horse Owners, Livestock Producers Take On “Big Brother”
American horse owners and livestock producers, especially those in “buy local” movements or those who keep livestock for their own food usage, are taking the US government to task with the NAIS.
(Filed: Thu Mar 16 2006)
The New LoveOnALeaf.com Gives Gardeners an Opportunity to Grow
New website provides gardeners and planters a forum to discuss a variety of related topics
(Filed: Mon Feb 13 2006)
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