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May 29, 2013

نیشنل مینجمنٹ کالج کے سینئر ممبران کا محکمہ لائیوسٹاک کا دورہ- سیکرٹری لائیوسٹاک کی گروپ سے میٹنگ

تاریخ: 29مئی 2013 زرعی میڈیا ڈاٹ کام: نیشنل مینجمنٹ کالج کے 19 ممبران پر مشتمل گروپ جس میں سینئر مینجمنٹ ونگ نیشنل مینجمنٹ کالج کے افسران اور فیکلٹی ممبرز شامل تھے نے محکمہ لائیوسٹاک کا دورہ کیا۔ سٹڈی ٹور کے سلسلے میں آنے والے ممبران نے پنجاب ایگریکلچر اینڈ میٹ کمپنی کا وزٹ کیا۔ اس موقع پر محمد عرفان الٰہی سیکرٹری لائیوسٹاک پنجاب کی زیر صدارت ایک میٹنگ بھی کی گئی جس میں ڈاکٹر محمد نواز سعید ڈائریکٹر جنرل (توسیع)، محمد عمران امجد چیف ایگزیکٹو پیمکو، ڈاکٹر کرنل ارشد جنرل مینیجر پی ایل…

Cotton Spot Rates May 29, 2013

May 29, 2013 Cotton Spot Rates, Official KCA spot rates for local dealings in Pakistan rupees on Tuesday (May 28, 2013). Cotton Spot Rates =========================================================================== The KCA Official Spot Rate for Local Dealings in Pak Rupees --------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOR BASE GRADE 3 STAPLE LENGTH 1-1/32" --------------------------------------------------------------------------- MICRONAIRE VALUE…

Turkey´s Biggest and Only Poultry & Technologies Trade Fair is Opening

Being the meeting point of poultry industry in Turkey VIV TURKEY 2013, 6th International Trade Fair for Poultry & Technologies is opening its doors for the visitors in Hall 9-10-11 of Istanbul Expo Center, running from 13th to 15th of June, 2013. As the broadly participated VIV TURKEY event ever, VIV TURKEY 2013, where the final preparations are being made now, is going to bring the exhibitors together with the visitors. Poultry industry comes together in VIV TURKEY 2013 for the 6th…

Harvesting flies for animal feed wins innovation prize

A South African company has won the Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) for developing a method of creating livestock feed from maggots. Harvesting flies for animal feed wins innovation prize Agri-Protein Technologies beat ten other finalists from across the country and was awarded US$100,000. Jason Drew, cofounder of the company, explained the process “ After allowing flies to lay eggs in the bio-waste, the resultant larvae, or maggots, are harvested and dried before being mixed with…

NBP eyes energy, farm sectors: president & CEO

May 29, 2013 RIZWAN BHATTI After becoming a pioneer in implementing core banking application, National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) now intends to prioritise financing energy and agricultural sectors over the coming years. Talking to Business Recorder on Tuesday, President and CEO of NBP Dr Asif A Brohi said that National Bank had successfully implemented first core banking application in its main branch to provide 'superb' customer services, besides ensuring efficiency across the banking…

Int’l Agricultural innovation programme workshop held

Wednesday, May 29, 2013 Islamabad—Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) in collaboration with USAID, CIMMYT, ICARDA, IRRI, ILRI, AVRDC and UC Davis organized a two day International Agricultural Innovation Program (AIP) Inception Workshop at a local hotel here in Islamabad to develop strategy for implementation of AIP to support agriculture research community in Pakistan to increase crop productivity and production value of livestock, horticultural and cereal crops, thus…

Wheat Quality in Australia to Drop With Yield on Dry Weather

By Phoebe Sedgman May 29, 2013 Wheat quality in Australia, once the world’s second-biggest exporter, will probably be lower this year as a dry start to the season threatens to curb yields in some growing regions, according to Emerald Group Australia Pty. “We had a very dry start to the season,” Chairman Alan Winney said in an interview on Bloomberg Television today. “The wheat in some parts of the country is looking like it might yield a little lower than we originally expected,” he…

Poultry feed seen ruling unchanged

Poultry feed prices are likely to stay unchanged in the coming days due to steady cost of production, according to market experts. Adiyta Mishra, an expert, told Business Line that feed products are unchanged due to steady input costs and sluggish demand. There is some fluctuation in the prices of feed ingredients but it has not made any major impact on the input cost, he said. On Saturday, soyameal dropped further by Rs 350 to Rs 35,600 a tonne. Poultry feed Bajra increased by Rs…

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