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  • Gulf Petroleum GFPE Hits Oil in the Illinois Basin


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    Company: Gulf Petroleum Exchange, Inc.
    (Filed: Tue Mar 14 2006)
  • Horse Owners, Livestock Producers Take On “Big Brother”


    American horse owners and livestock producers, especially those in “buy local” movements or those who keep livestock for their own food usage, are taking the US government to task with the NAIS.

    Company: EquineTeleseminar.net
    (Filed: Tue Mar 14 2006)
  • INZO°’s Kalia Cadence makes sow farrowing stress-free


    INZO° of France, a specialist in animal healthcare, has created Kalia Cadence, a nutritional supplement for farrowing sows. For proven effectiveness, Kalia Cadence is administered daily for seven days, from the time the sow enters the farrowing area until birth. This nutritional supplement, an ion corrector, improves the efficiency of the sow’s uterine muscle – farrowing is faster and more energetic, with farrowing time reduced by an average of 30 minutes.

    Company: FTPB
    (Filed: Wed Mar 01 2006)
  • SOMMET DE L’ELEVAGE beefs up its performance with 70,000 visitors


    The 14th SOMMET DE L’ELEVAGE, which was held in Clermont-Ferrand, came to an enormously successful close on 8 October 2005. France's second-largest professional livestock trade fair welcomed 70,000 visitors (an increase of 8% on the previous event). More than 1,300 foreign visitors came from 42 countries across five continents to study the production and genetic qualities of the animals on show, and to witness the dynamic state of French cattle breeding.

    Company: FTPB
    (Filed: Mon Dec 12 2005)
  • AYR 800 ploughs a historic furrow


    A HORSE ploughing competition is to be held at Greenan Farm, Doonfoot, Ayrshire, as part of this year’s Ayr 800 celebrations. It will be held this Sunday, 28 August, beginning at 10am and ending around 4.30pm.

    Company: Fame Publicity Services
    (Filed: Thu Aug 25 2005)
  • SOMMET DE L’ELEVAGE has presidential approval


    The SOMMET DE L’ELEVAGE, Europe's leading trade fair for beef producers, will be inaugurated by French President Jacques Chirac. There are 70,000 visitors expected at this year’s event, which will be held at the Grande Halle d’Auvergne show ground, in Clermont Ferrand (France) from 6 to 8 October 2005. The event already has a full complement of 750 exhibitors – a 7% increase on last year's fair – and 1,500 animals.

    Company: FTPB
    (Filed: Fri May 20 2005)
  • SPACE 2005 to offer innovation in breeding techniques


    The SPACE 2005 trade fair will play host to the cattle (dairy and meat), pig, poultry and rabbit-breeding sectors, both French and international, from 13 to 16 September 2005. The event will be held in Rennes, in north-west France, in one of Europe’s major multi-species breeding zones. The Innov’ Space area will present the latest technological innovations in the sector.

    Company: FTPB
    (Filed: Fri Apr 29 2005)
  • Alsace wines steal the show at London Wine Fair


    The Chamber of Commerce of Strasbourg will be present at the London International Wine and Spirits Fair between 17 and 19 May 2005, accompanied by eight wine producers from Alsace. On the morning of 17 May, FTPB’s Press Officer will also be present along with Mr Thierry Fritsch. Visitors are invited to attend a tasting at 11 o’clock, when they will have the opportunity to sample a wide range of fine terroir wines and cheeses from the region as well as, later in the day at 3 o’clock, some older vintages, in the company of experts and the producers themselves.

    Company: French Technology Press Bureau (FTPB)
    (Filed: Fri Apr 22 2005)
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