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September 18, 2013

Palm oil recovers September 18, 2013

September 18, 2013 Malaysian palm oil futures ended higher on Tuesday, recovering from a near one-month low hit earlier in the session, as overseas soy markets improved and strong exports in the first half of September lifted investor sentiment. A stronger ringgit however made the feedstock more expensive for overseas refiners, keeping a lid on gains for the tropical oil. "Exports are good and that helped the market a bit," said a trader with a foreign commodities brokerage. "Overseas…

International conference on the subject of ‘ICTs for Good Governance in Pakistan’

International conference on the subject of 'ICTs for Good Governance in Pakistan' on 2nd December 2013 at Marriat Islamabad. You know that ICTs are bringing revolution in Agriculture in the world, but since our Politicians and Senior Govt officers are not aware of this power so we are having serious problems in introducing ICTs in Agriculture and other areas like Education, health etc. In order to create awareness in this regard we are organizing an International…

Pakistan Poultry Market Updates September 18, 2013

18/09/2013 Wednesday. Pakistan Poultry Market Updates September 18, 201318/09/2013 Wednesday. Tonight Broiler Farm Gate Rates in Pakistan Rwp: 125 Lhr: 110 Fsd: 112 Srg: 120 Guj: 117 Jeh: 117 Oka: 113 Swl: 115 Ccw: 115 Vri: 115 Kwl: 110 Mul: 120 Ryk: 124 Kri: 142 Quetta: 136 Bahawal Pur: 115 Attock: 128.75 Sheikhu Pura: 115 Wazirbad: 117 Chakwal: 125 Kot Uddo: 116 Bhakkar: 127 Mian Wali: 120 Talagang: 127.50 Muzaffar Garh: 115 D.G Khan: 115 Rajin Pur: 120…

Gold rises in Asia

September 18, 2013 Gold hovered just above a five-week low on Tuesday as traders waited for guidance on when the US Federal Reserve will begin tapering its massive economic stimulus. Spot gold had risen 0.06 percent to $1,314.21 an ounce by 0613 GMT, after falling 1 percent in the previous session to a five-week low of $1,303.85. "The technical signals are neutral now, with strong support at $1,307," Phillip Futures analysts wrote in a note. Silver rose nearly 1 percent after falling more…

Feed trial reduces C. perfringens in broilers

A previous study conducted by Diamond V on the effects of feeding Original XPC to broilers challenged with Clostridium perfringens, in that study Original XPC reduced intestinal lesions; 2) increased body weight gain; and 3) improved feed conversion in birds challenged with C. perfringens . Feed trial reduces C. perfringens in broilers To further investigate the effects of Original XPC on clostridia, the results reported here are from challenge trials using an in vitro model (IAMM:…

Nutrition: Infused Water- A New Concept

Nutrition, Health and Food Here are their benefits to help with detoxification energy and hydration. put as much fruit in water as you like and let the water sit for at least 30 minutes before drinking (1) Green tea, mint, lime----fat burning, digestion, headaches, congestion and breath freshener. (2) Strawberry,kiwi-----cardiovascular health, immune system protection, blood sugar regulation, digestion (3) Cucumber, lime, lemon---- water weight management, bloating, appetite…

Nutrition: Food that Heal Kidney Problems

Home Remedies Nutrition that Heal Kidney Problems 1. With a kidney infection, germs and bacteria take up house within your kidney and multiple. 2. Drinking extra water helps your kidneys be able to flush those germs and bacteria out of your body, taking the bug along with it. 3. In case of burning urination, lemon juice assorted with sugar and water should be given 2 to 3 times a day. 4. Asparagus, cucumber, celery, garlic, parsley are favorable vegetables for the treatment of…

Research decline undermining agriculture

September 18th, 2013 Kadambot Siddique, Sustainability in Australian Farming Systems was first published by Future Directions International. One of the primary challenges facing the Australian agricultural industry is input cost. Australia is facing a lot of competition from low cost producing emerging countries. There is a great deal of agricultural production happening in Brazil and in parts of the former Soviet Union. Brazil is competing with us in the beef market,…

Cattle graze on Ivinghoe and Pitstone Hills

September 18, 2013 Cattle has been reintroduced on to Ivinghoe and Pitstone Hills, for the first time in twenty years. The National Trust, who look after the area, which is part of Ashridge Estate, will allow 11 Belted Galloway cows on the 140 acre land in Buckinghamshire. Wildlife, including rare flowers and butterflies depend on the grazing of animals. Sheep already graze on the Chilterns but cattle graze in a different way, improving the habitat even more. Tenant farmers Head…

Cotton market: prices slip amid improved activity

September 18, 2013 Prices fell modestly amid improved activity on the cotton market on Tuesday, dealers said. The official spot rate drifted lower by Rs 50 to Rs 6,850, they said. Prices of seed cotton from Sindh per 40 kg low type was inert at Rs 3100 while the best type shed Rs 50 to Rs 3200, in Punjab, inferior quality was unchanged at Rs 3000 and the best type was depreciated by Rs 50 to Rs 3200, dealers said. In the ready session, over, 16,000 bales of cotton changed hands between…

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