WeRIndia presents latest agriculture news in India with recent developments in agriculture sector, technology and modern methods of agriculture. Check regularly to stay updated with current news of agriculture.
India’s 2017/18 cotton exports are likely to jump nearly 30% from the year before to a four-year high of 7.5 million ba
Coir Board aiming to increase realisation of coconut husk in A.P., Odisha
If you are considering a farmland severance, you should review a few items before embarking on the process.
The WBC trapping season is about to begin. For those anxious to put up WBC traps this year, the WBC Trap Network is almost ready for you t
Negotiators will be back at the table trying to prevent a railway strike
Commercial red meat production for the United States totaled 4.28 billion pounds in April, up 8 percent from the 3.97 billion pounds produc
The Canola Leaders Program (CLP) is entering its third year with good results all around.
Nova Scotia ag robot can identify and remove weeds from crop fields
Syngenta’s Miravis products will be available in time for the 2019 planting season
The Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance (CAFTA) praises the tabling of the Comprehensive and Progressive agreement for Trans-Pacific Partners
Organizers of World Pork Expo are anticipating a bump in attendance during 2018, the 30th anniversary edition, of the annual event.
When it comes to moving farm equipment on public roads, a little planning can go a long way toward preventing accidents. Kenda Lubeck is fa
First off today, as we do every Friday, we get an update on the grains and oilseeds markets.
Next we wrap up our interview with Barry Yaremcio, beef forage specialist at the Ag-Info Centre, on the effects of calving at different tim
Open Farm Days is an excellent opportunity to showcase agriculture in Alberta. Today we hear from Charlie Bredo, co-founder of Troubled Mon
The latest crop report says Saskatchewan farmers made great seeding progress during the past week.
Saskatchewan crops received much-needed moisture this week but analysts say more rain will be needed.
Manitoba Pulse and Soybean Growers is warning growers to be on the lookout for pea leaf weevil, which affects both peas and faba beans.
CN Rail announced Thursday that it plans to acquire 1,000 new generation high-cube grain hopper cars over the next two years to rejuvenate
CLAAS of America and MirTech Harvest Center continue to expand their partnership to deliver excellence in customer service and technical su
Not overly wet but enough small, scattered frequent rains to make it just a bit sticky. They were hopig for the most part of have equipment
As experienced almost everywhere, rainfall amounts the last two weeks have varied widely. Planting is ongoing but area-specific. In general
When President Trump addressed the American Farm Bureau Federation in January of this year, he reminded the audience that his commitment to
The ‘Mango Mela’ – the much-awaited annual event to provide a wide range of carbide-free mangoes to consumers – be
Grain Growers of Canada (GGC) was pleased to join Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Minister Lawrence MacAulay in Winnipeg today as he forma
The Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission (Sask Wheat) is pleased to see the passage of Bill C-49, which amended the Canada Transporta
The forecast for the week looks great, but clay soils across the region will likely continue to be too wet to plant for the rest of the wee
Canada’s hard-working grain farmers rely on an efficient and reliable rail system for getting their products to market. The Transportatio
Alberta’s seeding completion increased by 8 per cent in one week
Visit 6006 Highway 6 in Ennotville, Ontario for HFH’s open house on Saturday, May 26 from 10AM to 3PM.
W.J. Lambert & Sons invites you to attend their open house on May 26 from 10AM – 2PM, located at 1435 Thorah in Beaverton, Ontario.
Over the past 100 years, John Deere has become an innovator in agricultural machinery, and its equipment continues to exceed expectations t
Other top selling items included a John Deere planter and tractor
Youth from across the country have an opportunity to give back to their rural and urban communities this summer thanks to a new program thr
Angela Brackenreed, agronomist with the Canola Council of Canada, is reminding producers about the importance of keeping your field clean e
A market analyst with Canfax says the cattle markets have been pretty volatile over the last few weeks.
Moving into the growing season, producers may be examining their situation and considering upcoming purchases of farmland
The investments are estimated to generate more than $6 million worth of economic development
Canadian Federation of Agriculture President Ron Bonnett issued the following statement following yesterday’s announcement that the Trans
Planting conditions have been good in many parts of the province; however, there are some areas that have been too wet, resulting in delaye
Farmers should be aware of the 2018 products of concern for field crops to ensure Canada maintains its market access and upholds its reputa
China’s interest in reducing its trade surplus with the United States through increased energy imports could advance plans for U.S. lique
With the current financial squeeze in agriculture, many have reduced their labor force and, therefore, asked for more work from fewer peopl
Farmers need to be better informed where they can sell their crops for good prices so that they’re confident they can recoup the
In a bulk deal on May 23, 2018, The Pabrai Investment Fund brought 7.8 lakh shares of Kaveri Seed Company at Rs487.29 per share.
Extremely wet over much of the area, with up to 6.5” (162.5 mm) of rainfall over the past two weeks. Little planting progress on the heav
Next week Ritchie Bros. will conduct one of its largest Chilliwack auctions ever, selling 1,450+ equipment items and trucks in a single da
Longview 4-H Beef Club donates more than $40,000 to a local hospital