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Tuesday, October 21, 2003
Monsanto Reportedly Violated GM Regulations in UK; Total Fine of $70 K
October 21, 2003 Monsanto Reportedly Violated GM Regulations in UK; Total Fine of $70 K Monsanto Co. in the United Kingdom and its partners violated federal regulations in planting genetically modified crops 44 times between 1990 and 2001. ...
Tuesday, October 21, 2003
Return of Fishmeal to Ruminant Rations in UK
October 21, 2003 Return of Fishmeal to Ruminant Rations in UK Fishmeal could return to ruminant rations in UK, after Brussels approved a new technique that can distinguish between fishmeal and mammalian meat and bonemeal in feed. The ingred ...
Monday, October 20, 2003
Annual Production of 600 million GM Crops May Be Realised in UK
October 20, 2003 Annual Production of 600 million GM Crops May Be Realised in UK Up to 600 million GM crop plants could be grown in Britain annually under plans drawn up by the European Commission to be considered next week. The plans would ...
Friday, October 17, 2003
USDA Announced UK's East Anglia Free of Classical Swine Fever
October 17, 2003 USDA Announced UK's East Anglia Free of Classical Swine Fever The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service today announced that it is restoring East Anglia to the list of regions co ...
Friday, October 17, 2003
Ukraine's Wheat Imports from Canada Due To Worst-Ever Wheat Shortage
October 17, 2003 Ukraine's Wheat Imports from Canada Due To Worst-Ever Wheat Shortage Ukraine, facing a shortage of 3.5 million tons of milling wheat this season, has started imports of Canadian milling wheat, receiving the first shipment o ...
Friday, October 17, 2003
UK Research Proves GM Crops Could Cause Significant Reduction in Biodiversity of Arable Fields
October 17, 2003 UK Research Proves GM Crops Could Cause Significant Reduction in Biodiversity of Arable Fields According to the results from the 3-year UK government funded trails, growing genetically modified (GM) crops could cause a sign ...
Thursday, October 16, 2003
Breaches of BSE Testing May Affect Sales of Beef from Older Cattle in UK
October 16, 2003 Breaches of BSE Testing May Affect Sales of Beef from Older Cattle in UK In Britain, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has played down claims that breaches of BSE testing could affect ministers' decision on whether to allow b ...
Thursday, October 16, 2003
UK's Forecast Reduced Livestock Production
October 16, 2003 UK's Forecast Reduced Livestock Production With the mid-term reforms of the common agricultural policy becoming effective on January 1 2005, most commentators suggest UK's livestock production will fall, possibly up to 30%, ...
Thursday, October 16, 2003
UK's NFU Supports Plan to Animal Disease Prevention
October 16, 2003 UK's NFU Supports Plan to Animal Disease Prevention UK's NFU yesterday gave its backing to Defra's plans for a revitalised "partnership approach" to the prevention of animal disease in future, but used the opportunity to re ...
Wednesday, October 15, 2003
UK Grants Financial Incentives To Preserve Rare Cattle
October 15, 2003 UK Grants Financial Incentives To Preserve Rare Cattle Farmers in the far west of Cornwall in UK are being offered financial incentives to help preserve rare breeds of cattle and sheep. This is part of the Department for En ...
Tuesday, October 14, 2003
UK New Study On Rise in Pig Infertility
October 14, 2003 UK New Study On Rise in Pig Infertility In UK, collaboration between the Veterinary Laboratories Agency and Royal Veterinary College undertakes, will involve 20 farms being nominated by their veterinary surgeon as fulfillin ...
Tuesday, October 14, 2003
Outcry of Anti-GM Parade in UK, London
October 14, 2003 Outcry of Anti-GM Parade in UK, London More than 1000 campaigners against GM crops and food have paraded through London with tractors and trolleys. The parade started out from Bedford Square yesterday, October 13.  It stopp ...
Monday, October 13, 2003
UK Invests Multi-Million Pound to Promote Lamb, Beef
October 13, 2003 UK Invests Multi-Million Pound to Promote Lamb, Beef A multi-million pound scheme to promote English lamb and beef will be launched next year in a bid to boost market share and increase home-grown supplies. The English Beef ...
Monday, October 13, 2003
Approved Commercial Production of GM Crops in UK Will Be Made Known This Thursday
October 13, 2003 Approved Commercial Production of GM Crops in UK Will Be Made Known This Thursday Environmental campaigners, farmers and biotech firms are stepping up on the publication of research that could determine the future of geneti ...
Wednesday, October 8, 2003
Euro Fall Levels Out UK Pig Meat Values
October 8, 2003 Euro Fall Levels Out UK Pig Meat Values The recent recovery in pig prices in UK has levelled out due to significant falls in pig meat values in other European countries. The French market lost 8p/kg in the last week of Septe ...

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