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Positive developments in the European grassland equipment market

The European market for grassland equipment, which includes the product categories loaderwagons, mowers, rakes and tedders, showed a significant increase in sales units in the…

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“We need to change our approach to handle what lies ahead” – Samuel Masse, Former CEJA President and organic winemaker

The Domaine de Favas is an organic vineyard with a focus on biodiversity. At its head are Samuel and Geoffrey Masse, who took over the…

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UK abattoir sector in dire straits, 120,000 pigs to be slaughtered

The UK abattoir sector is facing a severe shortage of workers, which has led to a large backlog of pigs being slaughtered and processed. The…

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First EU Organic Day celebrated

Yesterday, the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission celebrated the start of an annual “EU Organic Day”. The three institutions signed a joint declaration…

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Case IH returns to European trade shows

In order to reconnect with customers after the Covid-19 pandemic, Case IH is returning to European trade shows. This will be done with the utmost…

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The most beautiful mudpool in the Netherlands: organic pig keeping with Boer Bas

Near the Dutch village of Rucphen, we find Bas Antonissen’s farm. A farm that has been in the family since 1950, but almost eight years…

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Potato Europe cancelled

Due to the current developments of the coronavirus pandemic in the Netherlands and the lack of official permission from the Dutch authorities to organise the…

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CEJA elects a new Board for 2021-2023

Delegates of CEJA met yesterday during the General Assembly which took place online. During this General Assembly, the budget 2021-2022 was approved and a new…

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Farmers of Europe Magazine 2021-001

When we launched Farmers of Europe last year, we never thought that the Covid-19 crisis would have such an impact on our project! Appointments were…

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No-till increases yield

In a comparative test between No-till and conventionally sown wheat, it was found that in dry conditions there was an increased yield when the soil…

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