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Farms of the Future: How AppHarvest’s indoor farm uses AI to produce 30 times more food per acre than traditional farms; also uses 90% less water | Tech News | Startups News

Startup News: In 2021, the total world population is estimated to be around 7.88 billion people. With billions of people to…

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USA News

Udder madness: Thousands defy lockdown to gawk at tiny cow in Bangladesh

US HEADLINES: It was udder madness in Bangladesh as thousands ignored a national COVID-19 lockdown to gawk at what could…

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‘Don’t kiss or snuggle’ chickens, CDC warns amid salmonella outbreak

US HEADLINES: If it cock-a-doodles, you must not canoodle. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned people not to…

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Canada

‘Spillover risk’ of COVID-19 from minks to humans: Inside the clash between doctors and the B.C. government over outbreaks on farms

News Today || Canada News | VANCOUVER—After working in West Africa and across Canada fighting outbreaks of SARS, H1N1 swine…

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USA News

‘Buddy’ the beefalo captured after eights months on the lam

US HEADLINES: An elusive beefalo — a bison, domestic cattle-mix — has been captured after escaping from a western Connecticut…

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The real reason why Bill Gates is now the US’ biggest farmland owner

US HEADLINES: Late last year, Eric O’Keefe was researching a mysterious recent purchase of 14,500 acres of prime Washington state…

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Science

What A Delay On Canada’s Gestation Crate Ban Will Mean For Pig Welfare

News Post || Tech News In 2014, Canada’s pork industry vowed to end their use of gestation crates—individual pens in…

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Startups

Vienna-based Livin Farms, insect breeding startup, nabs €2.5 million from the European Innovation Council

Startup News: Livin Farms is one of two Austrian companies to secure funding from the European Innovation Council (EIC) as…

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Quebec farms facing lost profits and rotting harvests due to migrant worker shortage

News Today || Canada News | MONTREAL—Nineteen-year-old Florence Lachapelle was among hundreds of Quebecers who tried their hand at planting…

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