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Some articles have been written to help farmers think about whether organic farming is right for them and discuss the certification process.  Transitioning to Organic Production (Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education - SARE) “Organic Certification Process” authored by: Jim Riddle, organic policy specialist, Rodale Institute’s New Farm and Tony Kleese,  director of the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association. New Brunswick Introduction to Transitioning to Organic Agriculture Organic Farm Certification & the National Organic Program CSAs Local Harvest This site provides more information ...
Since 1990, the market for organic products has grown at a rapid pace, to reach $46 billion in 2007. This demand has driven a similar increase in organically managed farmland. Approximately 32.2 million hectares worldwide are now farmed organically, representing approximately 0.8 percent of total world farmland. In addition, as of 2007 organic wild products are harvested on approximately 30 million hectares . Organic agricultural methods are internationally regulated and legally enforced by many nations, based in large part on the standards set by the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) , an ...
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Ahh … the sweet smell of spring | Farm and Dairy - The Auction ...
At the Harrison Soil and Water Conservation District, we seem to be getting an increasing number of calls related to the smell and handling of manure. So, I thought it fitting to mention just how pollution complaints work, in regards to manure. Lucky for me, most of our complaints this year have been related to the smell and not actual cases of pollution. Don’t assume that just because there is a lot of smell and a big pile of manure that the livestock operation is polluting. There are guidelines farmers must follow to properly store and handle manure. Legislation in the 1970s and 1990s gave the Division of Soil and Water ... market research, surveys and trends
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April 19 2010 MULDERSDRIFT – Cradle of Humankind, Sterkfontein, Muldersdrift, West Rand. Yesterday hundreds of people started staking out squatter-sites on a dolomitic site near the Sterkfontein caves at the Cradle of Humankind world heritage site --  which hit the world-headlines last week when the discovery two years earlier by Matthew Berger, the ten-year-old son of a local archeologist, was announced to be a new hominid species , reports André Damons of Afrikaans daily Beeld. ( the picture on the left of Matthew Berger and his new hominid discovery appeared in the Sunday Times of Johannesburg April 15 2010) The ... market research, surveys and trends

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Estimated Water Use at Dairy Farms in Gooding, Jerome and Twin ...
From 1890 to 1990, the dairy cow population in Idaho increased from 24,000 to 170,000, excluding heifers, calves and bulls; a little more than one-third of the population was in Gooding, Jerome and Twin Falls Counties. Dairy farms in the three counties accommodate Idaho's greatest number of dairy cows (Idaho Agricultural Statistics Service, 1994) (fig. 1) . Idaho was ranked thirteenth nationally in milk production during 1990 and was ranked eleventh in1993. In 1993, Idaho produced 208 million pounds of American cheese and was ranked fourth nationally in American Cheese production. Coincidentally, one of the largest cheese ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
SIC 0241 Dairy Farms - Description, Market Prospects, Industry History
This classification includes establishments primarily engaged in the production of cows' milk and other dairy products and in raising dairy heifer replacements. Such farms may process and bottle milk on the farm and sell at wholesale or retail. However, the processing and/or distribution of milk from a separate establishment not on the farm is classified in manufacturing or trade. Establishments primarily producing goats' milk are classified in SIC 0214: Sheep and Goats. 112111 (Beef Cattle Ranching and Farming) 112120 (Dairy Cattle and Milk Production) Dairy farming is ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Cow Whisperer shares his secrets
The herd of lowing cows parted like a wave before Curt Pate, who rode straight up to the bull and let him know who was in charge without making a sound. Pate, a 49-year-old Montana cowboy who consulted on the 1998 Robert Redford film “The Horse Whisperer,” switched his focus to cows about five years ago and has been traveling the country teaching ranchers to think like cattle and use low-stress methods of handling livestock. At the moment, his work is sponsored by the Beef Checkoff Program and industry partners, who are eager to counter bad publicity generated by a widely seen, secretly recorded video of cows on an Ohio dairy farm market trends, news research and surveys resources
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Industry Solutions: Our 20 Favorites
When most industry observers hear customer relationship management (CRM), they think of applications for sales, service and marketing. However, actual CRM software users think of the much more specific functionality required to do business in their industry. For example, sales software used by a pharmaceutical rep to track FDA-related information will vary greatly from that used by a cattle rancher to track their herd. Yes, there’s an app for that. To meet these unique industry requirements, Microsoft has called on hundreds of partners that resell, customize and implement Microsoft Dynamics CRM. These value-added resellers ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Whole-Farm Nutrient Management on Dairy Farms to Improve ...
Court of Appeals ruled that Southview, a large dairy operation in ...... Farm specific nutrient management guidelines make sense in New York State's diverse ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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What do I need to know to set up a dairy farm? - Yahoo! Answers
a friend of mine asked me to join him in running a dairy farm business; am interested but I know nothing about it. can you tell me what I need to know in order to set up and run the farm? There are currently no comments for this question. * You must be logged into Answers to add comments. Sign in or Register . Oh JT--you forgot to list a bull! LOL! There's usually a whole 4 year program on it in colleges located in farm communities. They call it Dairy Management. You'd need a herd of young cows with full milking potential ahead of them, knowledge of nutrition, supplemental feeds, animal husbandry, cow ...
WikiAnswers - What education is needed for a farm manager position
Growing up on a family farm and participating in agricultural programs for young people, such as the National FFA Organization or the 4-H youth educational programs, are important sources of training for those interested in pursuing agriculture as a career. However, modern farming requires increasingly complex scientific, business, and financial decisions, so postsecondary education in agriculture is important even for people who were raised on farms. The completion of a 2-year degree, or better, a 4-year bachelor�s degree program in a college of agriculture, is becoming increasingly important for farm managers and for farmers ...