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HOLT AgriBusiness Victoria 361-570-4950 We call it a Cat® Skid Steer Loader. Roy calls it a way to spend more time with his family at the beach. HELPING YOU MAKE A LIVING, SO YOU CAN CREATE THE LIFE YOU WANT Caterpillar helps businesses like Roy's succeed every day -- by ensuring he has the right machine for the job, making parts available, giving him plenty of work tool options, and providing expert service - so he can enjoy more time with his family and less time on the job site. With more jobs per machine and higher resale value, owning a Cat machine is your smartest investment. Roy Chipley Chipley Company Cat Customer: 12 Years "Caterpillar for us is huge. We depend on their equipment in all aspects, whether it's on the heavy side or on the compact side." "My Cat dealer knows my business, they know what my needs are now, and they know what my future needs are."
12 Jun 2013
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HOLT AgriBusiness Waco 254-662-7370 We call it a Cat® Skid Steer Loader. Roy calls it a way to spend more time with his family at the beach. HELPING YOU MAKE A LIVING, SO YOU CAN CREATE THE LIFE YOU WANT Caterpillar helps businesses like Roy's succeed every day -- by ensuring he has the right machine for the job, making parts available, giving him plenty of work tool options, and providing expert service - so he can enjoy more time with his family and less time on the job site. With more jobs per machine and higher resale value, owning a Cat machine is your smartest investment. Roy Chipley Chipley Company Cat Customer: 12 Years "Caterpillar for us is huge. We depend on their equipment in all aspects, whether it's on the heavy side or on the compact side." "My Cat dealer knows my business, they know what my needs are now, and they know what my future needs are."
18 Jun 2013
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Video Source: Monsanto (*******3blmedia****/CSR-Profiles/Monsanto) ATLANTA, June 18, 2013 /3BL Media/ Corporate Social Responsibility/ Agricultural Innovation – During his keynote address from the stage of an international conference discussing the talent and innovation needs for agriculture in 2050, Monsanto Company Chairman and CEO Hugh Grant announced a $3 million additional commitment grant to Monsanto’s Beachell-Borlaug International Scholars Program (MBBISP). In front of approximately 450 attendees, including international students, academic advisors and key agricultural leaders attending the International Food and Agribusiness Management Association (IFAMA) Conference, Grant announced the additional commitment to this important program, focused on training the next generation of global rice and wheat plant breeders. To date, the MBBISP program has supported 52 students from 21 different countries. With today’s additional commitment announcement of $3 million, Monsanto’s total program investment equals $13 million and will fund the program through 2016. “Farmers need the best innovations if they are to help feed, clothe and power our growing world in a sustainable way,” said Grant. “Innovations come from the best and brightest minds around the world and agriculture is a business where innovations are not only needed, but essential for the future. Talented young men and women can find a home in agriculture to put their energy, ideas and passion to work to make a significant, positive impact on their world and real people.” Started in 2009, MBBISP is named in honor and celebration of the accomplishments of Hank Beachell, Ph.D., and Norman Borlaug, Ph.D., two preeminent plant breeders in rice and wheat, respectively, whose research has been instrumental in reducing hunger for billions of people relying on rice and wheat for their daily nutrition. “My grandfather was passionate about science and the opportunity of advancing agriculture to help improve the human condition,” said Julie Borlaug, granddaughter of the late Dr. Borlaug. “Programs in education and training for young scientists are an investment in our collective future, and I believe my grandfather would be inspired and energized by the tremendous research being accomplished in this global scholars program that bears his name.” Rice and wheat are among the most widely consumed cereal grains in the world and represent the major source of calories in many parts of the developing world. Further production improvements in these crops will be essential to help meet the food needs of the anticipated global population of 9 billion people by 2050. Over the next three years, the program, which is administered by Texas AgriLife Research, an agency of the Texas A&M University System, will continue to help identify outstanding young scientists and support them with Ph.D. training in advanced plant breeding techniques, at least one season of field experience in a developing country, and leadership development. Current MBBISP scholars are focusing their research on critical constraints affecting rice or wheat production at universities with doctorate programs in rice or wheat breeding. Students are selected by a panel of preeminent judges representing some of the most accomplished scientific leaders in rice and wheat breeding. Find more great CSR videos by subcribing to the 3BLMedia Youtube channel: *******www.youtube****/3BLMedia
26 Jun 2013
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Food Fight A Fascinating look at how American agriculture policy and food culture developed in the 20th Century, and how the California food movement rebelled against big agribusiness to launch the local organic food movement
20 Mar 2013
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methane is part of New Climates, an online exhibition of new and existing artworks responding to the relationship between art, global climate change and networked culture. *******www.newclimates****/
3 Feb 2009
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From the grass to the glass, dairy production at the MTSU farm laboratory is a hands-on experience for students. The facility supplies milk for a campus of 23,000 plus.
4 Jun 2009
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Maunlad na Agrikultura Vermiculture / Vermicomposting 2009 Episode Executive Producer: Inez G. Magbual Writer: Fe Ramirez Hosted By: Amelyn Veloso Field Reporter: Mae Ramos Cameraman & Editor: Randy Ebonia / Multimedia Solutions Production Staff: Jairus Bernardo Kate Zafranco William Chua For Inquiries, call: Beth and Tony de Castro Vermiculturists Earthworm Sanctuary La Mesa Ecopark, QC Cel. No.:09228961996
21 Jun 2010
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Cooking Up A Story Season: 5 Episode: 10 A drive in the country, and an opportunity to visit a local farms along a concentrated farm loopthat sounds like fun!And, it was. Check it out!
26 Oct 2011
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Indian Society of Agribusiness Professionals (ISAP) is running a Kisan Call Centre in Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh). It was inaugurated by State Agriculture Minister Sh Gopal Bhargav ji on September 2, 08. Queries of farmers across the state are responded by agriculture experts during 7 am to 7 pm daily. This KCC is working 7 days a week. Farmers in the state can make calls to KCC experts at toll free number i.e. 1800-233-4433 for their farm-specific queries and responded live by agriculture experts. Farmers can make calls to these experts for following information -Disease and pest control of different crops grown in the state -Good Agricultural Practices, livestock management, Fishery etc -Good Agricultural practices for agriculture crops, horticulture crops, medicinal and aromatic plants, spices, plantation crops, cash crops etc -Vermi-compost, organic fertilizer etc -Information on hybrid seeds and nutrient management of different crops -Market related information for different crops in the state -And other such agri-related informations
31 May 2010
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Google Tech Talks March 12, 2009 ABSTRACT "Billions of Entrepreneurs: How China and India are Reshaping Their Futures and Yours" Removing half a billion people from poverty and into the productive workforce will profoundly affect on the world economy. India and China are doing just that with insane growth rates and lots of what used to be American jobs: China is the factory floor and India the back-office, software shop. China is top-down party driven. India is a messy, vibrant democracy. This may be the complementary duo that changes the world. Including your world. Come hear Professor Tarun Khanna in a discussion about his book, Billions of Entrepreneurs: How China and India are Reshaping Their Futures and Yours. Called well worth reading by The Economist and entertaining by the Financial Times, Khanna's book shows how Chinese and Indian entrepreneurs are creating change through new business models. Speaker: Tarun Khanna Tarun Khanna is the Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor at the Harvard Business School, where he has studied and worked with multinational and indigenous companies and investors in emerging markets worldwide. He joined the faculty in 1993, after obtaining an engineering degree from Princeton University (1988) and a Ph.D. from Harvard (1993), and an interim stint on Wall Street. During this time, he has served as the head of several courses on strategy and international business targeted to MBA students and senior executives at Harvard. His new book, Billions of Entrepreneurs: How China and India are Reshaping Their Futures and Yours, was published in February 2008 by Harvard Business School Press (Penguin in South Asia), with translations into several languages underway. It focuses on the drivers of entrepreneurship in China and India and builds on over a decade of work with companies, investors and non-profits in developing countries worldwide. His scholarly work has been published in a range of economics and management journals, several of which he also serves in an editorial capacity. Articles in the Harvard Business Review (e.g. China + India: The Power of Two, 2007; Emerging Giants: Building World Class Companies in Emerging Markets, 2006) and Foreign Policy (e.g. Can India Overtake China?, 2003) distill the implications of this research for practicing managers. His work is frequently featured in global news magazines as well as on TV and radio. He serves on the boards and advisory boards of several companies in the financial services, automotive, life sciences and agribusiness sectors. He actively invests in and mentors startups in Asia, and volunteers time with non-profits in India, e.g. the Parliamentary Research Services in New Delhi, which seeks to provide non-partisan research input to Indias Members of Parliament in advance of legislative sessions with a view to enhancing the quality of democratic discourse. In 2007, he was nominated to be a Young Global Leader (under 40) by the World Economic Forum. He makes his home in Newton, MA, with his wife, daughter and son.
21 Apr 2011
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Founded in 1841 by Captain William Mackwood, Mackwoods has the distinction of being the second oldest Mercantile Firm in Sri Lanka. The Company remained in the Mackwoods family until 1956 when the ownership passed on to Mr. N.S.O. Mendis, a visionary Sri Lankan entrepreneur. The family tradition at Mackwoods continued with Mrs. Sriyani Nonis, daughter of Mr. N.S.O. Mendis who steered the Mackwoods Group as Director, Deputy Chairperson, and Chairperson over a period spanning 40 years and was the only Sri Lankan female to head a plantation company. Today, Mackwoods enters its 167th year of business, with Dr. Chris Nonis, the son of the late Mrs. Sriyani Nonis, at its helm and with offices in the UK and Sri Lanka, continues to foster British-Sri Lankan trade, and is involved in Healthcare (Pharmaceuticals, Medical Equipment, Scientific & Lab Equipment); Agribusiness and Plantations (Tea, Rubber and Oil Palm); ICT Education and Software Development; Imports and Exports; Industrial Machinery and Equipment; Industrial Chemicals; Energy Sector; Leisure Sector; and Manufacturing Sector. The name Mackwoods is synonymous with the finest Ceylon Tea, as Mackwoods has been associated with tea almost since it's inception. Today, Mackwoods manages 27,000 acres of plantations comprising 15 Tea, Rubber and Oil Palm estates, and brings you tea direct from the producer thus ensuring a fairer return to the local community. In concert with our deep commitment to our community, we have an extensive ongoing programme of housing, education, healthcare and recreation facilities. Mackwoods is an eco-friendly company and our mini hydro-power projects which harness our natural streams, our extensive re-plantation programmes, and our agro forestry reserves stand as ample testimony of our commitment to the environment.
17 Aug 2011
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The American Made Oxbo 6420 was the #1 selling super high density (SHD) olive harvester in the US in 2010. This unique harvester was customer designed for the SHD Olive market and features unique benefits, like a tall tunnel, a moveable cab, and extended catching length, a full height picking system, and gentle catcher plates. Oxbo stands behind every harvester with over 50 years building innovative solutions for agribusiness world-wide.
10 Aug 2013
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