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  • Driven waterfowl shooting over dam wall Shooting yellow billed duck and pink footed geese on a flight line between dams in arable farmland. Near Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa. Using a Miroku o/u 12 bore, with 36gram, no3 shot loads. Day's bag: 41 Yellow Billed Duck 17 Pink Footed Geese 9 Spurwing geese
  • Chertsey Agricultural association Annual Show from RC Plane The Chertsey Agricultural Association was founded in 1833 when a group of local farmers and landowners, who met at local ploughing matches, decided to form the CAA This was to encourage a more widespread knowledge of, and to improve the use of, agricultural techniques in arable and livestock farming. The ploughing matches led to the foundation of the Chertsey Show at which livestock classes and classes for Market Acreage were judged. AWARDS. Awards were made annually to encourage agricultural labourers, both for long service with the same Master and rearing the largest families without the aid of Parish Poor Law relief. By the end of the 19th Century the Annual Show had developed into an important local event with show classes for horses, cattle, pigs and sheep, basically serving an area within a 15-mile radius of Chertsey Church. In 1991 the decision was made to hold a two-day show to enable time for the ever-increasing classes especially on the horse front. Since this time the show has been able to settle on one site once again through the goodwill of the then tenant and now through the positive support of the new owners of the Chertsey Meads - The Runnymede Borough Council. When you attend this year's Show on The Meads you will see apart from the cattle, sheep, pigs and goats, a pet show, a Companion Dog Show, Dog Agility, a Craft and Food marquee, horticultural marquee with vegetables, flowers, domestic and craft classes, Scarecrow competition and trade stands. Horse ...
  • How to Make Compost - Luo "How to Make Compost" radio programme There is great decline of soil fertility in arable lands in most of sub-Saharan Africa and this is raising a lot of concern among smallholder farmers. This decline is partly due to increases in cropping intensity, as many smallholders try to cope with less than one acre of land, and partly due to the limited use of both organic and inorganic fertilizers. Continuous cultivation of land depletes soil nutrients, leads to declines in soil organic matter, and damages soil quality, all leading to reduced yields.
  • "Coast of Chile: Vina del Mar & Valparaiso" Gwaymar's photos around Vina del Mar, Chile Preview of Gwaymar's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Entry from: Vina del Mar, Chile Entry Title: "Coast of Chile: Vina del Mar & Valparaiso" Entry: "Ingrid here doing Graeme's blogging as he takes a break from all the hard work of carrying his little black note book around with him, or at least his pen! Today we leave for Vina del Mar and Valparaiso - twin cities on the west coast of Chile. A shuttle bus picks us up from the hotel and delivers us to our coach - a large air-conditioned bus with excellent, comfortable seats and modern bathroom facilities. We are the only English-speaking passengers, however, since this is a bilingual trip, the tour guide translates everything well while looking at just the two of us - (kinda makes us feel a bit special: edit by GW). We set out along the new auto route that has been operational for only the past two years, and includes two very long tunnels. Both are under under the river (one of them is 4.5 K). The route also connects with the International Airport, approx. 20 minutes west of Santiago. There are 1.5 million people in Santiago Central and over six million in Sanatiago proper - it is not a small city although it certainly has the ambience of one. We are taking Route 68, the main Highway. Santiago is situated in a valley between the coastal mountain range and the Andes. The general landscape appears to be ...
  • How to Make Compost - Runyakitara "How to Make Compost" radio programme There is great decline of soil fertility in arable lands in most of sub-Saharan Africa and this is raising a lot of concern among smallholder farmers. This decline is partly due to increases in cropping intensity, as many smallholders try to cope with less than one acre of land, and partly due to the limited use of both organic and inorganic fertilizers. Continuous cultivation of land depletes soil nutrients, leads to declines in soil organic matter, and damages soil quality, all leading to reduced yields.
  • The Hon. Dr Mike Kelly's opening address of Day 2 of ABARES Outlook 2011 Conference (Part 2) The Hon. Dr Mike Kelly's (Parliamentary Secretary for Agriculture, Fisheries & Forestry) opening address of Day 2 of ABARES Outlook 2011 Conference (Part 2) Part 1 Part 2
  • Massey Ferguson Promo - MF 6400 (100 - 230 hp) Preferred by both farm managers, for economic reasons and by drivers for simply being a joy to operate, the latest MF 6400 Series tractors are rapidly becoming the new benchmark in arable farming and contracting, for unbeatable all-round performance. For more information, images and brochures please visit Real, useable power is at your fingertips, with high power-to-weight ratios and a choice of models to suit either heavy-duty deep soil operations or lighter, surface working giving the MF 6400 Series ultimate versatility.
  • How to Make Compost - English "How to Make Compost" radio programme There is great decline of soil fertility in arable lands in most of sub-Saharan Africa and this is raising a lot of concern among smallholder farmers. This decline is partly due to increases in cropping intensity, as many smallholders try to cope with less than one acre of land, and partly due to the limited use of both organic and inorganic fertilizers. Continuous cultivation of land depletes soil nutrients, leads to declines in soil organic matter, and damages soil quality, all leading to reduced yields.
  • How to Make Compost - Ateso "How to Make Compost" radio programme There is great decline of soil fertility in arable lands in most of sub-Saharan Africa and this is raising a lot of concern among smallholder farmers. This decline is partly due to increases in cropping intensity, as many smallholders try to cope with less than one acre of land, and partly due to the limited use of both organic and inorganic fertilizers. Continuous cultivation of land depletes soil nutrients, leads to declines in soil organic matter, and damages soil quality, all leading to reduced yields.