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  • Waste Watch- EU Common Agricultural Policy The CAP costs British taxpaying consumers over £10bn pa. Landowners and big companies are the main beneficiaries.
  • Agricultural Report Mad Cow Animation
  • Agricultural Aviation (1955) airboyd.tv An odd find. Starts with the Delta Air Service Huff-Daland Dusters which became Delta Air Lines. If you get past the plant and insect part of the story, there is a lot of footage of crop dusting and spraying.
  • History of Man. From hunter gatherer to agricultural. Part 2. The term "Neolithic" is associated with a suite of specific behavioural characteristics including the growing of crops and the use of domesticated animals and semi-permanent to permanently inhabited settlements and the use of pottery and ground-stone tools.This all started in the Fertile Crescent.
  • Bangladesh: Rights for Female Agricultural Workers - The Women at Karmojibi Nari Although almost two thirds of the laborers in Bangladesh work in agriculture, according to the Bangladeshi Labor Force Survey 2000, there is no minimum pay, no regulated access to health care, and no equal pay between men and women for them. Despite Bangladeshs largely agrarian economy and labor laws for industrial and governmental workers, agricultural workers have no legal support. Among them roughly half are women but they do 90% of the work says Rahela Rabbani, a project coordinator at the non-governmental organization Karmojibi Nari in Dhaka. As they are women their work doesnt count, she says. Often they are not paid in money but food. Karmojibi Nari, which means working women fights for a law for agricultural workers. Since 1991, Karmojibi Nari educates especially women who work in agriculture about womens rights, human rights, and the constitution because women are always less informed, says Karmojibi Nari General Secretary Shirin Akhter. After coming home from work, there is little time to obtain such information, she says. It is difficult to create an environment for them to learn in a male-dominated chauvinistic climate, she adds. Women dont feel supported. On one hand Karmojibi Nari lobbies at the political level to create a law, on the other hand its workers train women to organize themselves and to become leaders in their communities in four of the six administrative divisions of Bangladesh. They start on the grassroots level with small groups called cells ...
  • How to make charcoal briquettes from agricultural waste Demonstration on how to make charcoal briquettes, by Amy Smith of D-Lab, MIT (web.mit.edu For more information, please contact [email protected] The charcoal is made from agricultural waste materials using an oil drum. In this case maize stalks were used. The charcoal is compressed to briquettes using a simple hand-operated press. The demonstration was held during the IPIDAT 2009 meeting.
  • The Trawden Agricultural Show ~ Puissance Okay, I'm not the best person to explain this competition to you guys, but I'll try my best xD Okay, basically you have a practise jump (which doesn't count if you have a refusal or fall) and then you have the main jump (which obviously does count) every round the main jump height rises (this one went from around 2ft5inch to 5ft7inch!) to try and knock competitors out. There were two sections for this competition, the horse section and the pony section (to make it fair obvz hehe). So, basically the strongest jumper wins, it's just that people get eliminated if they can't get over the jump or if they fall/crash and every round the jump raises in height to try and knock someone else out. This is just what happened in this comp, it may be a bit...hard to follow because I was swapping between photograph's and video lol but this is the footage I got. My personal favourite would have to be Bridge From the North (the paint/pinto/skewbald), absolutely Gorgeous horse 8D! Oscar won, and the rider got a TV :D Anyways, enjoy! Song - Stand Up (for the champions) Artist - Right Said Fred Editor - Me Programme - Sony Vegas 7.0 #9 -Most Discussed (Today) - Pets & Animals #89 - Most Discussed (Today) - Pets & Animals - Global #90 - Most Viewed (Today) - Pets & Animals #2 - Top Favourited (Today) - Pets & Animals #34 - Top Favourited (Today) - Pets & Animals - Global #2 - Top Rated (Today) - Pets & Animals #37 - Top Rated (Today) - Pets & Animals - Global #18 - Top Rated (This Week) - Pets ...
  • World Plowing Record at the Manitoba Agricultural Museum Please join our Facebook page: An absolutely amazing feat accomplished by volunteers at the Manitoba Agricultural Museum. Two world records were set, the largest useable plow with 66 bottoms, and the largest plow to be pulled by a single tractor with 65 bottoms. Congratulations to everyone involved, this was certainly a proud moment for Manitobans and the Manitoba Agricultural Museum.
  • Saudi Star Agricultural Development Plc. (Part 2) A report by EthiopiaFirst from the signing agreement between Saudi Star Agricultural Development Plc. and Satake International Co. Ltd. (Part 2)
  • Technical ***ysis Lesson: Australian Agricultural Company Limited (AAC) Stuart McPhee walks you through aa stock trade setup Australian Agricultural Company Limited (AAC) - Australian Stock Market Listed ASX. Gain a fantastic insight into how this market wizard views trading opportunities. With these insights, you too can master the stock trade market. Click Here To Find Out More
  • Coe's Quest - E083: Agricultural (Minecraft) Sorry for the delay, I was quite bedridden. :( Anyway, finally giving a go at some agriculture -- of course, as usual, I have no clue what I'm doing. Homepage: Twitter LiveStream: Minecraft - r - Music: dB soundworks: (A) in Mono: "Minecraft Everyday" by Viktor Cepeda: "Minecraft - The Song (Acoustic Version)" by Bobby Yarsulik:
  • Animal Welfare Aspects of Good Agricultural Practice pig farming Part 3 of 3 Humane and sustainable pig farming. For more information please visit Compassion in World Farming's web pages about Good Agricultural Practice for Pig farming at Part 2 is here: Part 1 is here: Pig Production is the first part of a vital new series of educational resources for agriculture, veterinary and animal science courses. Future resources will cover other species and farming practices such as broiler chickens (chickens bred for meat). The resources are based on a combination of animal welfare scienceand the practical experience of farmers. For each species this will include a fully-referenced book incorporating case studies exemplifying good practice. GAP will be a valuable tool for lecturers, educationalists, vets,farmers, students of agricultural and veterinary science and for all who make decisions which affect the welfare of farm animals. Good Agricultural Practice is a concept evolved by the Food andAgriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO). Good agricultural practices: produce safe, healthy, high quality food for consumers provide jobs with fair incomes for rural communities are socially and environmentally sustainable provide high standards of animal welfare. The aim of Good Agricultural Practice should be to achieve development that is both humane and sustainable.
  • Agricultural Mechanization in Pakistan/Zarkhaiz 1 Anchor/Producer Zulfiqar Ali Establishes the State of Agriculture in Pakistan.One Side is Still using Centuries Old Techniques and the other is doing Modren Agriculture as Western World.Seenig is Belief......
  • Obama at agricultural exhibition in Mumbai www.mid- Barack Obama visits an agricultural exhibition, attend a democracy expo and interact with farmers in a Rajasthan village through video conferencing.
  • Jim Rogers Invest in Agricultural Commodities Mar 04 2009 jimrogers1 http jimrogers1 http jimrogers1 http jimrogers1 http jimrogers1 http jimrogers1 http jimrogers1 http jimrogers1 http JimRogers1 For More on jim...
  • Agricultural Commodity Markets Come Alive The wheat and the corn were the initial movers and shakers. Now the soybeans are on the offensive. At the same time, the wheat is just in the process of completing a major correction. In this video, recorded Feb 22, I show you our research and ***ysis for the historic context within which we are trading. In most cases this goes back to at least the 1930s. Get more of these videos
  • Agricultural Subsidies: Corporate Welfare for Farmers "The government is bailing out the banks...but who's going to bail out the government?" asks Texas cotton farmer Ken Gallaway, a vocal critic of agricultural subsidies that cost US taxpayers and consumers billions of dollars a year in direct payments and higher prices for farm goods. Agricultural subsidies were put in place in the 1930s during the Great Depression, when 25 percent of Americans lived on farms. At the time, Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace called them "a temporary solution to deal with an emergency." Those programs are still in place today, even though less than 1 percent of Americans currently live on farms that are larger, more efficient, and more productive than ever before. Consider these facts. Ninety percent of all subsidies go to just five crops: corn, rice, cotton, wheat, and soybeans. Two thirds of all farm products—including perishable fruits and vegetables—receive almost no subsidies. And just 10 percent of recipients receive 75 percent of all subsidies. A program intended to be a temporary solution has become one of our governments most glaring examples of corporate welfare. US taxpayers arent the only ones who pay the price. Cotton subsidies, for example, encourage overproduction which lowers the world price of cotton. Thats great for people who buy cotton, but its disastrous for already impoverished cotton farmers in places such as West Africa. US farm programs cost taxpayers billions each year, significantly raise the price of ...
  • Agricultural Simulator 2011 - Official Game Trailer Unworked fields and powerful tractors are now available for all farming fans. Hobby farmers can manage a homestead in a charming mountain village and do all the work of a classical farmer -- from production of food renewable resources to delivery of energy sources. Fields have to be tilled and animals cared for. Starting with only few and weak machines the fleet will grow constantly.
  • EuroNews - Interview - A Danish view on agricultural reform Food issues are very much in the headlines with European consumers forced to pay more for what they eat and soaring prices causing food riots in developing countries. This comes as the European Union carries out a major review of the Common Agricultural Policy which takes 45% of the EU's budget - mostly paid in subsidies to farmers. There is major disagreement among EU members on how the CAP should be reformed. Denmark, a major food exporter with a long agricultural tradition, wants to see member states follow its approach, including more environmentally sensitive farming, as the Danish Agriculture Minister Eva Kjer Hansen explained to EuroNews.
  • A History of Hebrew Part 14: The Agricultural aspect of the Hebrew Language This is a segment of a much larger video production that I am working on and am looking for feedback (positive and negative) on the layout and content. ___________________ The Ancient Hebrews were nomadic agriculturalists who migrated from pasture to pasture, watering hole to watering hole. Their entire lives were spent in the wilderness and this lifestyle had a significant effect on their language. Some Hebrew words are obviously related to this agricultural lifestyle. For example, The Hebrew word ohel is a tent. Ro'eh is a shepherd and qatsir is a harvest Besides these obvious agricultural words, many other words, which we would not relate to agriculture, are in fact rooted in some aspect of the Nomadic culture. For instance, the Hebrew word hhen, usually translated as grace, is related to an Oasis, a place of beauty, rest and comfort. From the word hhen come the words mahhaneh meaning "camp," often pitched at an oasis and Hhaniyt meaning "spear," which is a tent pole that doubles as a spear. Some other words include Torah, often translated as law, but more literally means a journey. The word mitsvah, often translated as command, is the direction one is to take on the journey. Tsadiyq, often translated as righteous is the traveling on the path and Rasha, often translated as wicked means lost from the path. ___________________ Narration: Jeff A. Benner Graphics: Jeff A. Benner Photos: Ed Brambley Footage: Brad Scott (), Ruán Magan ( ...
  • Agricultural Engineers Applies engineering technology and knowledge of biological sciences to agricultural problems concerned with power and machinery, electrification, structures, soil and water conservation, and processing of agricultural products: Develops criteria for design, manufacture, or construction of equipment, structures, and facilities. Designs and uses sensing, measuring, and recording devices and instrumentation to study such problems as effects of temperature, humidity, and light, on plants or animals, or relative effectiveness of different methods of applying insecticides. Designs and directs manufacture of equipment for land tillage and fertilization, plant and animal disease and insect control, and for harvesting or moving commodities. Designs and supervises erection of structures for crop storage, animal shelter, and human dwelling, including light, heat, air-conditioning, water supply, and waste disposal. Plans and directs construction of rural electric-power distribution systems, and irrigation, drainage, and flood-control systems for soil and water conservation. Designs and supervises installation of equipment and instruments used to evaluate and process farm products, and to automate agricultural operations. May conduct radio and television educational programs to provide assistance to farmers, local groups, and related farm cooperatives. Workers are usually designated according to area of specialty or product.
  • Iwate Swan 15: Agricultural School Festival It is high school festival season here in Japan, but it is also coming at the same time as many students and teachers are becoming sick with influenza and the flu. One of my schools had to cancel their school festival altogether, but the agricultural school decided to forge on amongst all the sick vibes sweeping the countryside and I was happy to see them pull through. The school is known for Miyazawa Kenji (宮沢賢治), Iwate born author who actually taught at this very agricultural high school. He is most well known for his famous stories for children, and there are little monuments dedicated to him all over the city. As a fan of Japanese literature, it was certainly very rewarding to know I was also teaching where such a respected and well known author had once taught many years ago. The festival was fun and featuring dancing, food, and booths for the students to show off their creativity and talents. I was glad to have gone and enjoyed the event! Music in this episode: Iwate Swan Theme: Keterol
  • AGRICULTURAL MECHANISATION James Bett being interviewed on NTV Money Matters program about Land Consolidation
  • Niubo Agricultural Machinery Presentation Niubo Agricultural Machinery
  • Agricultural and Food Systems Agricultural and Food Systems: grounded in tradition, growing in science. Long a pioneer in progressive and sustainable approaches to food production, Washington State University now takes ag education to the next level. From ag communications to organic ag production, Agricultural and Food Systems equips students with the tools they need for any number of careers. Learn more by watching this short video.
  • EASY HASH! Agricultural Pollen Extractor used with medicinal marijuana trimmings This is a video of the APE agricultural pollen extractor being dry sift hash machine used in a medical marijuana grow op. The trimmings are put into the barrel and sifted for their potency, with almost no damage done to the leaf. No more hand sifting! The APE agricultural pollen extractor is by far the most productive method I have employed for making concentrates from my trimmings. I am getting dry hash (kif) of the same potency I get from the my bubble bags, but waay more quantity. the site, Enjoy!
  • ORGANOPONICO! AN AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION A short film looking at the success of organic urban agriculture in Havana, Cuba. An example for cities around the world. A PUDDLEPICTURES production.
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  • Andres Duany on Agricultural Urbanism On Friday, October 30, Andres Duany, a founding principal at Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, spoke about agricultural urbanism as part of Houston Tomorrow's Distinguished Speaker Series. Agricultural urbanism, Duany explained, is different from urban agriculture. Agricultural urbanism creates a walkable urban form surrounded by large-scale food production, while urban agriculture simply refers to growing food in empty lots or backyards. For more:
  • Jim Rogers-Agricultural Commodity Prices To Go Through the Roof Jim Rogers Gerald Celente ron paulalex jones peter schiff glenn beck goldman sachs housing market tarp wall st fed reserve interest rates jim rogers gold silver etf Max Keiser Jim Rogers street Tim Geithner henry paulson
  • MRHP, Tanzania, Brick-making using agricultural waste - Ashden Award winner This video can be downloaded here: MRHP won an Ashden Award for Sustainable Energy in 2006. To find out more visit the link above and check out the Ashden Awards Blog The Mwanza Rural Housing Programme (MRHP) has trained villagers in northern Tanzania to set up enterprises making high-quality bricks from local clay, fired with agricultural residues rather than wood. These enterprises have made sufficient bricks to construct over 100000 homes with greatly improved comfort and durability, in 70 villages. Mwanza, the second city of Tanzania, is on the southern shores of Lake Victoria. The area close to the lake is fertile, but further away the land and people are poorer and there is extensive deforestation. Here houses are usually made from mud, and need frequent repairs and rebuilding because of damage from rain and minor earth tremors. Using wood to make durable, fired bricks has exacerbated the deforestation. MRHP has developed processes for making high-quality bricks from local clay, which are fired using readily-available agricultural residues like rice husk and cotton waste, instead of wood. Houses made from the fired bricks are durable, comfortable and clean. Homeowners are freed from the hassle of frequent rebuilding, and many use their improved housing for businesses as well. The quality of the bricks is such that they are now being used in building programmes in the city as well as in the rural areas. MRHP has trained ...
  • Minister Counselor for Agricultural Affairs Geoffrey Wiggin Discusses Food Security At a March 25 Town Hall meeting at the US Embassy in Tokyo, the Embassy's Minister Counselor for Agricultural Affairs, Mr. Geoffrey Wiggin, explained his views on food security issues in Japan.
  • State of IL Agricultural Education 2011: Part 1 David Mouser (ICAE Chair) and Susie Morrison (Illinois State Board of Education) discuss the importance of Illinois Agricultural Education at the 2011 State of Illinois Agricultural Education event.
  • Animal Welfare Aspects of Good Agricultural Practice pig farming Part 1 of 3 For more information please visit Compassion in World Farming's web pages about Good Agricultural Practice for Pig farming at Natural behaviour, development of intensive pig farming, space and foraging needs of pregnant sows, avoiding aggression in pregnant sows. Part 2 is here: Part 3 is here: Pig Production is the first part of a vital new series of educational resources for agriculture, veterinary and animal science courses. Future resources will cover other species and farming practices such as broiler chickens (chickens bred for meat). The resources are based on a combination of animal welfare scienceand the practical experience of farmers. For each species this will include a fully-referenced book incorporating case studies exemplifying good practice. GAP will be a valuable tool for lecturers, educationalists, vets,farmers, students of agricultural and veterinary science and for all who make decisions which affect the welfare of farm animals. Good Agricultural Practice is a concept evolved by the Food andAgriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO). Good agricultural practices: produce safe, healthy, high quality food for consumers provide jobs with fair incomes for rural communities are socially and environmentally sustainable provide high standards of animal welfare. The aim of Good Agricultural Practice should be to achieve development that is both humane and sustainable.
  • Animal Welfare Aspects of Good Agricultural Practice pig farming Part 2 of 3 Farrowing sows, later weaning, avoiding tail-biting. For more information please visit Compassion in World Farming's web pages about Good Agricultural Practice for Pig farming at Part 3 is here: Part 1 is here: Pig Production is the first part of a vital new series of educational resources for agriculture, veterinary and animal science courses. Future resources will cover other species and farming practices such as broiler chickens (chickens bred for meat). The resources are based on a combination of animal welfare scienceand the practical experience of farmers. For each species this will include a fully-referenced book incorporating case studies exemplifying good practice. GAP will be a valuable tool for lecturers, educationalists, vets,farmers, students of agricultural and veterinary science and for all who make decisions which affect the welfare of farm animals. Good Agricultural Practice is a concept evolved by the Food andAgriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO). Good agricultural practices: produce safe, healthy, high quality food for consumers provide jobs with fair incomes for rural communities are socially and environmentally sustainable provide high standards of animal welfare. The aim of Good Agricultural Practice should be to achieve development that is both humane and sustainable.
  • Growing Impact: African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) Three inspiring stories from AWARD Fellows, showcasing agricultural innovations serving rural women in Sub-Saharan Africa. For more information about the AWARD Fellowship, please visit:
  • Agricultural Simulator 2011 Extended Edition - ingame trailer Agricultural Simulator 2011 Extended Edition is available online December 10th at various download stores Agricultural Simulator offers many possibilities! As striving farmer you have to invest carefully to maximize the crop. Don't kick over the traces or you won't be able to upgrade your farm and to buy more land. Choose the right seed from different types of grains like barley, rye, or wheat or decide to grow canola or corn. The harvest can be used as animal food, new seed as well as product to be sold on the market. Always have an eye on the market prices so you don't come out with losses after all the work. Become cattle-breeder! Get another main pillar and breed cattle: cows, horses, sheep, hen, and geese. You may even have game animals on your farm and sell them profitable as food. If everything works well the animals will prosper and you can sell their offspring on the market. Your animals need your full attention. Take care of proper feeding, daily care of the stables, and even their well-being. Having so much to take care of you will sooner or later need help. Hire workers and invest into their further education. Play together with family and friends! The career mode in Agricultural Simulator with all those challenges guarantees a lot of fun. Playing the cooperative game mode allows managing your farm either online or offline together with your friends. Features: * Big game world with valleys and mountains * Realistic animals and vehicles * Thrilling career mode ...
  • Sohni Dharti - First Agricultural TV Channel of Pakistan First Agricultural Television Network in Pakistan
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  • Saudi Star Agricultural Development Plc. (Part 1) A report by EthiopiaFirst from the signing agreement between Saudi Star Agricultural Development Plc. and Satake International Co. Ltd. (Part 1)
  • History of Man. From hunter gatherer to agricultural. Part 1. "Neolithic" is not a time-frame, but a state of culture. The term "Neolithic" is associated with a suite of specific behavioural characteristics including the growing of crops and the use of domesticated animals and semi-permanent to permanently inhabited settlements and the use of pottery and ground-stone tools. This all started in the Fertile Crescent.