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7 Feb 2020
Thousands of Spanish farmers and livestock breeders hit the streets in anger, demanding "fair" prices as a growing wave of protest spreads across the country. Unions say low prices and a rise in the cost of production have eroded profitability for farmers and livestock breeders, describing the situation as "very bad".
26 Nov 2019
German farmers often leave male calves to die or kill them rather than paying for the animals, according to a report. A German newspaper estimated that up to 200,000 animals die soon after birth every year.
15 Nov 2019
Thrive Agric is a Technology-driven agricultural company passionate about ensuring global food security by funding farmers from people with the promise of decent returns at the end of each farming cycle.
15 Nov 2019
Thrive Agric is a Technology-driven agricultural company passionate about ensuring global food security by funding farmers from people with the promise of decent returns at the end of each farming cycle.
14 Aug 2019
RUGA will reduce farmer-header clashes — Gov. Bagudu
5 May 2019
In Rwanda about 400,000 smallholder farmers produce coffee and depend on the crop's revenues for their livelihood. CNBC Africa's Fiona Muthoni traveled about 140 kilometres away from the capital city of Kigali on a quest to understand how the country’s coffee value chain can be improved.
1 May 2018
On the icy Norwegian islands of Svalbard, located well above the Arctic Circle, the maximum temperature was just 13°C last year and the minimum temperature a frosty -24°C.
21 Feb 2018
Herdsmen Farmer crisis - Buratai flags off 'Cat Race' in Guma LGA.
13 Feb 2018
Nigeria plans to adopt physical and digital technology with the aim of boosting the production capabilities of farmers. Onyeka Akumah, co-founder and CEO of Farmcrowdy joins CNBC Africa to shed some light on this.

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