New technologies in breeding

There is every reason to believe that the age of ranching dates back to 5000 BC and shreds of archaeological evidence suggest that the exploitation of the Indus River floodplains and plow use in early Harappan times were matters of…

Livestock Booming – Khmer Times

Livestock in Cambodia is expected to see a slight increase of 1.1% this year. The growth rate will reach 1.6% in 2021, according to a recent government report. The projection follows the anticipation of small and large scale commercial…

Putting tularemia on your radar

When people think of tick-borne diseases, they most often think of Lyme disease, but there are other possibilities as well. Although not nearly as common as Lyme disease, tularemia is something Islanders should be aware of. Tularemia…

A visit to Oxney Organic Vineyard

Located in Beckley, East Sussex (borders East Sussex and Kent) in a beautiful secluded location is the winery Oxney Bio Estate - A newcomer to the English sparkling wine scene, the current owners being Kristin Syltevik and Paul Dobson.…

Breeding: Retrieve the male

Two years ago, 42-year-old Manu Trikha quit his event management business in Delhi to devote himself full-time to farming land near Kotputli in the Jaipur district of Rajasthan. Last December, he decided to try something different:…

A vineyard under the storm

French winemaker Jean-Marc Brignot moved to a former penal colony in the Sea of ​​Japan for a simple reason: he wanted to be free. So here we are, in the kura—Internal…