Far Eastern Agriculture weekly digest - 4th - 9th September

Max Pixel for FEAG 307Here is a brief overview of the week’s news on Far Eastern Agriculture, from 4th - 9th September 2017

Combined Arbor Acres seminar appeals to Asian customers 

The annual Arbor Acres® seminar was designed to communicate relevant flock management advice from key service team managers and specialists and also to provide hands-on involvement and training for participants in specific workshops during the event. Click here to read the full story 

FAO finds data and knowledge gaps in monitoring SDG progress in Asia-Pacific countries 

Although the world’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) are clear in targets, it has become more of a challenge to accurately measure progress to reach them, according to the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). Click here to read the full story 

Kiwa Bio-Tech JV focused on development of manufacturing facilities in three China provinces 

Kiwa Bio-Tech Products Group Corporation, a Company focused on eco-friendly organic fertilisers promoting harmless agriculture, today announced the investment objective of its newly established joint venture named Inner Mongolia Jingnong Investment Management Co. Ltd (Jingnong). Click here to read the full story

Hypor Libra sow to reduce labour costs and increase profitability 

The Hypor Libra sow balances traits in piglet quality, mothering ability and sow longevity aims to increase the number of pigs that employees can manage and reduces feed costs from farrow to wean, said Hypor. Click here to read the full story

Changzhou National Hi-Tech District to helps companies enter capital markets 

Changzhou Tongtai Biological Pharmaceutical Technology Co., Ltd., a veterinary vaccine manufacturer based in China's Changzhou National Hi-Tech District, recently reached an investment intention of RMB120mn (approx. US$18mn) with an investor. Click here to read the full story 

Import and sale of raw oysters within Hong Kong from Zwembesi Farms, South Africa suspended 

The Centre for Food Safety (CFS) of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department announced last week that the import into and sale within Hong Kong of raw oysters harvested in Zwembesi Farms of South Africa has been suspended with immediate effect. Click here to read the full story 

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