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‘Coup d’Pousse’ and ‘Connected scales’ take the big prizes at the VIII edition of the European Bee Award

The European Landowners’ Organization (ELO) and the European Agricultural Machinery Industry Association (CEMA) awarded 2 projects with the European Bee Award. This award, that was…

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Commissioner Wojciechowski visits La Palma following the eruption of Cumbre Vieja

Commissioner Wojciechowski visited the island of La Palma yesterday to evaluate the situation and assess the impact on the agricultural sector of the eruption of the…

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International farmers’ protest in Brussels cancelled

The planned international farmers’ protest on 13 and 14 December in Brussels has been cancelled. Strict corona measures in several countries make participation impossible for…

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European Parliament approves reformed CAP

The European Parliament yesterday approved the agreement on the future Common Agricultural Policy. This will run from 2023 to 2027. No less than 3.5 years…

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Company profile: SIP

Known world wide for their grass harvesting machines, SIP is a Slovenian manufacturer of agricultural machinery with a long tradition, exporting its products to over…

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20 years of Merlo Multifarmer

Versatility with an extra dimension 20 years ago, Merlo unveiled their first Multifarmers. The Italian manufacturer’s telehandler-tractor combination won prizes the following year at Agritechnica…

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European Parliament approves Farm to Fork

The European Parliament adopted its own initiative report on the Farm to Fork strategy earlier this week. This strategy forms the basis of the green…

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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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