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In the News (Fri 24 May 19)

  
  ~ Techno Fodder ~
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In this special edition of Techno Fodder, Big-O moderates a live Q&A for sci-fi author J.C. Hutchins, author of 7th Son.
In episode 2 of Techno Fodder, Big-O covers the latest news for Tech and Podcasting, and gives you some advice about what to do when you need to change your feed.
www.technofodder.com   (466 words)

  
  Fodder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In agriculture, fodder or animal feed is any foodstuff that is used specifically to feed livestock, such as cattle, sheep, chickens and pigs.
Fodder may be effectively grown in a hydroponic environment.
For instance, 1 ton of barley can be converted to 7 tons of fodder in less than two weeks.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fodder   (169 words)

  
 Fodder crops neglected -DAWN - Business; July 7, 2003
Research organizations are either yet to come up with a fodder crop that makes the breeders life easier or their researches have not been tested in the field for the benefit of farmers.
But small breeders forming the bulk of milk and meat animal’s owners either do not own land or their land holdings are too small to raise fodder crops in addition to cash crops; their cropping practice is confined to cultivation that gives them subsistence level living income and grains for a year’s time.
Fodder is hardly the top priority of farmers even though livestock is their lifeline in majority cases.
www.dawn.com /2003/07/07/ebr10.htm   (1099 words)

  
 FODDER SUCCESS STORY - IMPROVED FODDER CROP PRODUCTION IN THE NORTHERN AREAS OF PAKISTAN - Dr   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Fodder legumes such as alfalfa or lucerne (Medicago sativa), berseem (Trifolium alexandrinum), shaftal (Trifolium resupinatum), vetch (Vicia sativa), cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata) etc. can be grown in association with fruit trees, providing fodder for livestock as well as improving soil fertility through biological nitrogen fixation.
High quality leguminous fodders are grown on small areas – shaftal (Trifolium resupinatum) for green feed during spring and lucerne (Medicago sativa) for hay as winter feed (Figure 3); the lucerne varieties used, probably of Xinjiang origin, are strongly winter-dormant, excessively so for the lower altitudes, and provide few cuts.
Fodder oat cultivation has advanced greatly in Pakistan and especially in the Northern Areas in recent years due to extensive on-farm demonstration of forage yield potential of forage oats.
www.fao.org /ag/AGP/AGPC/doc/pasture/spectopics/FODDERSUCCESS.html   (1723 words)

  
 Fodder availability through silage -DAWN - Business; September 19, 2005
The area under fodder cultivation is decreasing because of the ever-increasing demand of cereal grains for humans and usually small land holders prefer to grow cash crops instead of the fodders.
The fodder should be chopped and trench silos may be filled with this chopped fodder and must be pressed properly to remove air to have good an-aerobiasis.
Packing of fodder is imperative to help exclude air from the silo because fodder tissue respiration results in the loss of nutrients which would otherwise be available for the anaerobic bacteria to use for lactic acid production.
www.dawn.com /2005/09/19/ebr4.htm   (1532 words)

  
 PH&G - Issue 35 - The Fodder Factory
The Fodder Factory is operated on a cycle, so that around 100 trays become ready for use each day (there is a total capacity of 768 trays in the shed).
Fodder Factory is fed by a 5600 litre nutrient tank which lasts for about 4 weeks and is then made up with a fresh batch of nutrient solution.
Inside the Fodder Factory, the trays of seed are irrigated by a series of spray units located above each row, the excess nutrient flowing out of the house along floor drains and into a sump (it is subsequently used to irrigate the home orchard).
www.hydroponics.com.au /back_issues/issue35.html   (1560 words)

  
 Automatic fodder supplying apparatus - Patent 6487987
The automatic fodder supplying apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising a first slide case combined to a front lower portion of the fodder supply box so as to be openable and a feeder inserted into the first slide case.
The automatic fodder supplying apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising a discharge portion formed on the front lower portion of the fodder supply box; and a discharge guide member formed on a lower portion the rotary barrel.
The present invention relates to an automatic fodder supplying apparatus, in particular to an automatic fodder supplying apparatus which is capable of supplying a certain amount of fodder periodically in accordance with a preset interval.
www.freepatentsonline.com /6487987.html   (1777 words)

  
 Fodder King Home Page
Fodder King contracts farmers to supply it with various fodder crops to a specified standard, ready to harvest.
Fodder King has met the challenge to overcome the limitation of weather, which normally restricts hay production to a small portion of the day and only under ideal conditions.
Fodder King has therefore established and is operating a fodder farm to demonstrate to farmers the benefits of growing at a larger scale and supplying Fodder King on a contract basis.
www.fodderking.com.au /coprofile.html   (882 words)

  
 guichett - 31966L0401 -
Whereas fodder plant seed which is not placed on the market should not, in view of its minor economic 1 OJ No 109, 9.7.1964, p.
This Directive shall apply to fodder plant seed marketed within the Community, irrespective of the use for which the seed as grown is intended.
Fodder plant harvested in third countries may be included in the comparative tests.
europa.eu.int /smartapi/cgi/sga_doc?smartapi!celexapi!prod!CELEXnumdoc&lg=EN&numdoc=31966L0401&model=guichett   (3011 words)

  
 The Hindu : Short-duration, leguminous fodder crop
It is suitable for intercropping with sorghum and maize.
A hybrid derivative of the cross between CO 5 and N 331, the improved fodder cowpea is semi-spreading, erect in early stages of growth and later on creeping.
Its green fodder yield has been found to be superior to that of CO 5, the check variety.
www.hindu.com /seta/2004/09/02/stories/2004090200271500.htm   (537 words)

  
 Income effects of fodder and herd management on small-scale milk producers in the northern Peruvian Andes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
Where access to irrigation water is limited, annual fodder crops (mainly field beans and oats) and crop residues gain importance as a means to partially overcome fodder scarcity in the dry season (Malpartida et al 1994).
As all fodder management levels or scenarios were confronted in the model with all herd management levels, the analysis results refer to 25 management combinations (5 x 5).
Since fodder conservation practice is treated as an independent scenario, 50 model runs were executed in total, analyzing the impact of the 25 combinations of all fodder and herd management scenarios twice, with and without fodder conservation practices.
ftp.sunet.se /wmirror/www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd12/3/bern123a.htm   (2254 words)

  
 The Hindu : Community fodder scheme turns farmers' saviour
The community fodder development programme is fast picking up in the district and is turning into a saviour of farmers, at least for a couple of months, in the wake of another drought and the resultant scarcity of fodder.
A visit to the community fodder plots on the tank beds at Singanamala and Bukkaraya Samudram today and interaction with the share-holding farmers has revealed that the programme launched two years ago by the former District Collector, Somesh Kumar, is spreading fast among the farming community.
Groups of farmers have sown fodder seed supplied by the Animal Husbandry Department free of cost in October, which has grown to a height of 7 to 8 feet now and is ready for cutting.
www.hindu.com /2004/01/06/stories/2004010604260500.htm   (570 words)

  
 Animal Husbandry Web site
These stations are catering to requirement of fodder seeds of the farmers of different agro-climatic regions.
During Ninth Plan, 16.73 lakhs fodder minikits were distributed against a target of 15.00 lakhs to Animal Husbandry Departments and State Dairy Federations of various States for onward distribution to the farmers free of cost.
During 2002-03, assistance of Rs.123.65 lakhs was given for establishment of 5 fodder banks (2 in JandK, 1 in Karnataka and 2 in Uttaranchal).
dahd.nic.in /fodder.htm   (1941 words)

  
 Cannon fodder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cannon fodder is an informal term for military personnel who are regarded or treated as expendable in the face of enemy fire.
Cannon Fodder are a band in Perth, Scotland.
In the games Jak II and Jak 3, the Krimzon Guards are often used as cannon fodder during battles against groups of Metal Heads (or, in one mission, against Jak himself).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cannon_fodder   (858 words)

  
 Fodder Crops - Completed Projects
Objective measurements of fodder quality are being increasingly used, but not all testing laboratories measure the same feed constituents or use the same testing procedures, which can cause confusion within the industry.
A national meeting, with delegates representing all sectors of the fodder industry from producers through to end-users, was convened to seek agreement on the criteria needed for a uniform system of objective quality description.
These trials have indicated that the three species are useful as fodder resources for ruminant livestock in a sub tropical environment and that further evaluation is warranted to help define their full potential.
www.rirdc.gov.au /comp00/fodder1.html   (4495 words)

  
 Cannon Fodder download
Cannon Fodder is a 2/3 top down shooter where you control a squadron of Grunts to shoot & blast your way through each mission, split into several phases.
Cannon Fodder is a superb game that was a little on the tough side but excellent to play.
Cannon Fodder was a short run of war games developed by Sensible Software, a mix of both real-time strategy and action games.
www.games4win.com /games/cannon-fodder   (772 words)

  
 Fodder crisis in Aland - Deccan Herald   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The fodder that was grown in the rabi season last year would be sufficient till June this year, and the fodder grown in the irrigation belt in Surpur, Shahapur, and Jewargi would be sufficient till August end.
Moreover, a reason for the shortage of fodder is that most of the farmers in Aland, who used to grow jowar, have now shifted to growing of sunflower, which does not produce any fodder.
Earlier, shortage of fodder was felt by the farmers in Chincholi taluk.
www.deccanherald.com /deccanherald/may062004/d8.asp   (740 words)

  
 .: Farm Forest Line - Fodder:.
Because the cost of establishing and managing tree fodder systems is commonly much higher than for pastures or annual fodder crops, trees are only likely to be an option as an alternative or supplement for hay crops or purchased feed.
Some examples of important tree fodder are the pods or fruits of many trees such as Honey Locust and Carob which usually ripen and fall in late summer or autumn.
Tree fodder quality might only be of concern during times of severe feed shortages, such as periods of extended drought, where it may be insufficient to maintain live weight and stock health.
www.farmforestline.com.au /pages/2.2.2_fodder.html   (674 words)

  
 PARC || National Coordinated Fodder Programme   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-25)
The fodder crops in agriculture are very important because of the fact that regular supply of adequate and nutritious fodder is essential for the promotion and development of livestock, which is one of the crucial factors of our economy.
More than half of animal feed is coming from fodders and crop residues, 1/3rd from grazing of rangelands, wastelands, canal bank, road sides and other crops and their by products (Table 1).
Fodder production is the major limiting factor for livestock production in our country.
www.parc.gov.pk /fodder.html   (526 words)

  
 The Overstory #91 - Fodder Tree Establishment
Nitrogen fixing fodder trees are usually established by directly sowing seeds or by transplanting seedlings.
The longevity of fodder trees is increased when the first harvest is delayed until trees are 9-21 months old.
Fodder trees should be managed to improve the livestock production system, not necessarily to maximize tree growth or tree fodder production.
www.agroforestry.net /overstory/overstory91.html   (3753 words)

  
 Increasing the nutritional value in livestock fodder -DAWN - Business; August 07, 2006
Moreover, ensiling of Jambo grass, mott grass and oat fodder with two per cent molasses for 30 days could safely replace conventional fodders in the diets of lactating buffaloes.
Berseem and lucerne fodders ensiled at 30 per cent DM level with two per cent molasses could safely replace the conventional leguminous fodder in the diets of lactating buffaloes.
During periods of fodder scarcity wheat straw treated with urea and ensiled with acidified molasses could be used as a promising alternate to green fodder.
www.dawn.com /2006/08/07/ebr7.htm   (865 words)

  
 A Fodder Hedge Provides Feed for Cattle in the Dry Season / Radio Scripts / DCFRN
If you plant in a pasture and your cattle are tied up in another location, you will have to cut the fodder from the hedge and carry it to the cattle every day.
Planting food and fodder crops together will provide food crops for you and feed for your cattle.
Fodder hedges are a low cost way to make sure that your cows eat well and maintain their weight during the dry season.
www.farmradio.org /english/radio-scripts/51-8script_en.asp   (760 words)

  
 AGH Jaguar Review -- Cannon Fodder
But as their commander, you have to realize that death is a part of it all, so though you may shed a virtual tear at someone's passing, you saddle up and sally forth with a new batch of recruits /f/o/d/d/e/r/ for the next battle.
If you fail, and lose all of your fodder /m/e/n/, there's another scene of the dictator you've been fighting against, with a text crawl telling you of your fate.
The beauty of a grenade is that you can throw one over a line of trees, which are normally impermeable to small arms fire and rockets - just don't stand too close to a tree to throw - I have had grenades lodge in an adjacent tree and kill the thrower.
www.atarihq.com /reviews/jaguar/cannon_fodder.html   (1438 words)

  
 Defra, UK - Farming - Crops - Fodder
The dried fodder regime was reformed as part of the 2003 CAP reform package.
Farmers who have supplied fodder for drying during the historical reference period (2000-2002) have a historical entitlement to a share of this decoupled aid.
The regime allows for a standard rate of aid of €33/t for both artificially dried and sun-dried fodder, subject to national guaranteed quantities and certain quality requirements being met.
www.defra.gov.uk /farm/crops/fodder/index.htm   (210 words)

  
 The Adventures of Neddy the ParaVet: Fodder Trees Provide Nutritious Livestock Feed all Year / Radio Scripts / DCFRN
Fodder trees, shrubs and other plants can supply nutritious livestock feed all year.
Let farmers know that they don't need to use their best land for fodder plants; they can plant them in wooded areas, on rocky land, along roadsides or in the terraces of rice paddies.
Fodder crops are trees and shrubs with nutritious leaves for goats and cows.
www.farmradio.org /english/radio-scripts/63-8script_en.asp   (935 words)

  
 Bale silage: a growing role in horse fodder in France
The nutritional value of bale-wrapped fodder is higher than that of hay, as hay is generally harvested later and at a more advanced growth stage.
The excellent nutritional value of this fodder, which enables the level of concentrate to be reduced to 15% of the Total Dry Matter Intake (TDMI) for this type of animal, thus reducing the cost of the ration.
She is the author of several publications on horse fodder and has been Director of the Haras Nationaux in Clermont Ferrand from 1993 to 2004.
www.dow.com /silage/tools/experts/horse_fr.htm   (658 words)

  
 PH&G - Issue 70 - GREEN FEED - Livestock Fodder Shed
The concept of producing fodder hydroponically is not new.In his visionary book, The ABC of NFT, Dr Allen Cooper introduces the concept of hydroponic fodder production in areas of the world where adverse conditions of climate and/or soil make it difficult to produce milk or even meat.
The Livestock Fodder Shed and systems like it, presents a practical, cost-effective solution to the most critical consequences of drought – the incapacity to sustain livestock, or even keep animals alive.On an industrial scale, green feed units such as the Livestock Fodder Shed offer a realistic alternative to stock reductions including culling, and/or premature sale.
For example, hydroponic fodder has been found to increase milk yields in dairy cows appreciably, as well as improving the vigour and performance of racehorses and brood mares.
www.hydroponics.com.au /back_issues/issue70.html   (1351 words)

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