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British farmers warn no-deal Brexit would be 'catastrophic'
The National Farmers' Union said confidence levels among British farmers are at their lowest since the start of the decade.
US official paints gloomy picture for soyabean farmers
The chief US agricultural economist laid out a gloomy picture for the country’s soyabean farmers, saying record-high stocks should weigh on prices even if the Trump administration resolves its trade dispute with China.
Australia to create compensation fund for bad finance advice
The Australians government on Monday agreed to create a compensation fund for people who lost money from bad financial advice and to set rules to help drought-stricken farmers avoid bank foreclosures.
India's farmers win big in latest budget
India's Hindu nationalist-led government poured extra money into support for farmers and a rural jobs program, delivering on Friday its last budget before a general election due by May with the clear aim of winning over votes.
Village industries helping farmers shake off poverty across China
Qiao Chongyang, 28, had previously traveled far to a big city for better employment prospects. Now she has a job with a stable income in her hometown.
US farmers risk loss of federal payments, loans, from shutdown
The end of 2018 seemed to signal good things to come for America's farmers. Fresh off the passage of the farm bill, which reauthorized agriculture, conservation and safety net programs, the Agriculture Department last week announced a second round of direct payments to growers hardest hit by President Donald Trump's trade war with China.
Afghanistan finds saffron as antidote to opium production
The Afghan government has increased saffron production by 22 percent this year as part of a plan to create an alternative source of income for farmers dependent on opium poppy cultivation.
Satellites warn African farmers of pest infestations
UK researchers developed an early warning system to prevent the crops of African farmers from being devastated.
Indian farmers back in Mumbai to demand land rights, loan waivers
Tens of thousands of farmers from India’s western state of Maharashtra marched to the state capital Mumbai on Thursday to demand loan waivers and the transfer of forest lands to villagers who have farmed there for decades.
Gaza farmers come under attack by Israeli forces
With the Israeli military keeping up its acts of aggression against Palestinians, soldiers of the Tel Aviv regime have come to target farmers in several areas of the besieged Gaza Strip.
Technology hope for African farmers
In Africa, a startup scene is taking shape, capable of lifting millions out of poverty by transforming the continent’s largest industry: Agriculture.
Spanish farmers go nuts for almonds as global demand booms
Surging worldwide demand for almonds is pushing Spanish farmers to replace traditional wheat and sunflower fields with almond orchards, transforming the landscape in the south of the country.
Australia ramps up aid to farmers as drought bites
Financial aid for drought-stricken Australian farmers will be increased to A$1.8 billion ($1.3 billion) as they endure the driest conditions in half a century, the country’s prime minister said Sunday.
Farmers in war-torn Afghanistan hit by worst drought in decades
After his wheat crop failed and wells dried up, Ghulam Abbas sold his animals and joined thousands of other farmers migrating to cities as Afghanistan's worst drought in living memory ravages the war-torn country.

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