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Drinking water to retail: How a rail strike could upend the economy

Yahoo Daily News 01 Dec 2022
is transported by train, and food producers ship 1.2 billion carloads a year of grain products, such as flour, soybean oil, meal, distillers grains and ethanol, according to the National Grain and Feed Association ... where livestock producers have to ship in their feed via rail.
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ESG in Africa is colonialism 2.0

Business Ghana 01 Dec 2022
Those of us across the African continent desperately need to build vast amounts of infrastructure to feed our people, get them to work, and expand our access to the world. This requires cars, buses, trucks, ships, trains, docks, roads, power plants, utilities, and fiber optic ...
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A rail strike looms and impact on US economy could be broad

TDT News 30 Nov 2022
Any disruption in rail service could threaten the health of chickens and pigs, which depend on trains to deliver their feed, and contribute to higher meat prices ... hardest, because their local supply of corn and soybeans from this year's harvest is likely exhausted and they'd have to ship feed by truck, dramatically increasing costs.
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GMO soyabean banned for health protection: Cheema

Urdu Point 30 Nov 2022
He informed the committee that the import of GMO soya bean seed was banned since 2019, adding recently Pakistan Customs had confiscated nine (9) ships that were illegally carrying the commodity for producing oil and poultry feed to supply to local poultry industry ... poultry feed.
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Pages of the Past

Polk County Itemiser-Observer 30 Nov 2022
50 years ago. Nov. 30, 1972. Local turkey grower featured on news Thanksgiving Day ... Stoller raises them by the thousands. Pens and turkeys can be seen at times from the Salem highway. He has feed shipped in by freight, transferred to trucks and elevated for distribution to the feeding pens ... Ninety-nine receive awards ... Paul Olliff cited his JV charges ... Dec.
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Kirit Parikh panel lays roadmap for gas pricing freedom with price band

The Times of India 30 Nov 2022
NEW DELHI ... Domestic fields meet 50% of India’s gas demand and the rest is met through , or liquefied natural gas imported in ships. Legacy fields account for about 80% of domestic gas production and feed city gas services as well as fertiliser plants ... Parikh said the price band will apply to prices derived through this route ... Start a Conversation. .
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US dismisses China objections to South China Sea mission

Lebanon Express 29 Nov 2022
AP ... China called the action illegal and said it mobilized naval and air asserts to issue warnings and drive off the ship ... RSS Feed ... John C. Aquilino told The Associated Press that China has fully militarized at least three of several islands it built in the disputed waters with anti-ship and anti-aircraft missile systems, laser and jamming equipment.
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Wells are running dry in drought-weary Southwest as foreign-owned farms guzzle water to feed cattle overseas

East Bay Times 28 Nov 2022
Much of the frustration is pointed at the area’s huge, foreign-owned farms growing thirsty crops like alfalfa, which ultimately get shipped to feed cattle and other livestock overseas ... “They have all their cows there and they need feeding ... The alfalfa on the trucks is eventually shipped to feed cattle in Saudi Arabia.
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Lobbyist for Saudi Alfalfa Company Desiccating Arizona Was Elected to Maricopa County Board of Supervisors

The Intercept 28 Nov 2022
The animal feed, which is grown in harsh desert environments, is shipped overseas to support livestock on Saudi dairy farms ... Join Our Newsletter. Original reporting ... The desert valley has been farmed for hay and alfalfa using groundwater pulled from the Colorado River, with much of the hay exported to feed animals in countries such as Saudi Arabia ... .
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Who predicted Elon Musk's Twitter takeover in 2015? Elon Musk reveals

Live Mint 27 Nov 2022
... of the episode 'The Musk Who Fell to Earth' features Lisa Simpson taking care of a birdhouse with the sign 'Home Tweet Home'.When a bald eagle catches and kills some baby birds, she is feeding them. Musk enters the scene in his rocket ship as the eagle soars out into the distance.
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Wait, did Simpsons predict Elon Musk's Twitter takeover in 2015? Find out

The Times of India 27 Nov 2022
According to New York Post, the opening scene of the episode, "The Musk Who Fell to Earth," features Lisa Simpson taking care of a birdhouse with the sign, "Home Tweet Home." When a bald eagle catches and kills some baby birds, she is feeding them. Musk enters the scene in his rocket ship as the eagle soars out into the distance.
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BC SPCA wants federal government to outlaw shipping horses out of the country for human consumption

Castanet 26 Nov 2022
Horses can spend hours in small shipping containers while be shipped overseas for human consumption ... “The BC SPCA strongly advocates that no animal should be transported without feed, water, or rest for more than eight hours, and that horses should not be shipped by plane under these cramped and stressful conditions,” says Speirs.
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Zelenskyy vows to help feed Africa and boost global food security with Grain from Ukraine scheme

Business Insider 26 Nov 2022
Grain is loaded on to a ship at a port in Ukraine. Getty Images President Volodymyr Zelenskyy promised to help feed Africa's poorest countries with grain ... Volodymyr Zelenskyy has vowed to help feed some of Africa's poorest nations despite the Russian invasion of his country.
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BC SPCA wants Canada to outlaw shipping horses out of country for human consumption

North Shore News 26 Nov 2022
It is currently legal for horses to be transported without feed, water or rest for up to 28 hours." ... "The BC SPCA strongly advocates that no animal should be transported without feed, water, or rest for more than eight hours, and that horses should not be shipped by plane under these cramped and stressful conditions.".
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Impact of rail strike on US economy could be broad

The Lufkin News 26 Nov 2022
Any disruption in rail service could threaten the health of chickens and pigs, which depend on trains to deliver their feed, and contribute to higher meat prices ... hardest, because their local supply of corn and soybeans from this year’s harvest is likely exhausted and they’d have to ship feed by truck, dramatically increasing costs.

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