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About oneacreland.com:What we are doing now and what we are believe

Othersoneacreland team posted the article • 0 comments • 913 views • 2021-02-28 12:41 • came from similar tags

 
What the kiwikiwifly.com is: 
 
kiwikiwifly website ( www.kiwikiwifly.com )  is a Q&A community and marketplace for global farmers. We are a nonprofit community. 
 
What we are doing now:
 
 A peaceful community and free marketplace for Global farmers.
 A database that farmers can write their own "wikipedia"
 
Online Time:
 
  Mar 2017 - Now

What we believe:

Follow God, Do the good thing  
 
  Those people who always say change the world, most are totally evil and naive, some companies yell out every day and say that "putting users in the first position", in fact, they just wanna kill the prudent heart of users and earn money via dirty business.

No harmful stuff for users 
      
Evil, racism, politics, and spam, etc. We cannot allow these in this website. we also cannot allow media news, fake Ads, spam Infos in front of user's eyes. So, No Evil, No Racism, No Politics, No Blablabla...

Not be the No.1, Not be the biggest one, Be the website by word of mouth. 
           
Code it, make it happen. Do it, make it better. 
           
Think independently, Work in a team,Live with love           
We work in a team, with the same faith, the same goal, extremely love into this thing, with staffs whose abilities are much higher than ourselves. But we also think independently. We live with people who really love us and willing to support us.

No barrier for business              
the shortest distance is not line, but coincides with each other.

Earning money is a good thing, but business is a meaningful thing.
 
The online Marketplace rules:
 
No platform fees
No item listing fees
No monthly fees
No store rental fees
100% free
No bank/cc required
No fake items and services
Escrow Transaction for buyers and sellers
Live chat with users freely
Deliver to your house, pay at your door
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What the kiwikiwifly.com is: 
 
kiwikiwifly website ( www.kiwikiwifly.com )  is a Q&A community and marketplace for global farmers. We are a nonprofit community. 
 
What we are doing now:
 
 A peaceful community and free marketplace for Global farmers.
 A database that farmers can write their own "wikipedia"
 
Online Time:
 
  Mar 2017 - Now

What we believe:

Follow God, Do the good thing  
 
  Those people who always say change the world, most are totally evil and naive, some companies yell out every day and say that "putting users in the first position", in fact, they just wanna kill the prudent heart of users and earn money via dirty business.

No harmful stuff for users 
      
Evil, racism, politics, and spam, etc. We cannot allow these in this website. we also cannot allow media news, fake Ads, spam Infos in front of user's eyes. So, No Evil, No Racism, No Politics, No Blablabla...

Not be the No.1, Not be the biggest one, Be the website by word of mouth. 
           
Code it, make it happen. Do it, make it better. 
           
Think independently, Work in a team,Live with love           
We work in a team, with the same faith, the same goal, extremely love into this thing, with staffs whose abilities are much higher than ourselves. But we also think independently. We live with people who really love us and willing to support us.

No barrier for business              
the shortest distance is not line, but coincides with each other.

Earning money is a good thing, but business is a meaningful thing.
 
The online Marketplace rules:
 
No platform fees
No item listing fees
No monthly fees
No store rental fees
100% free
No bank/cc required
No fake items and services
Escrow Transaction for buyers and sellers
Live chat with users freely
Deliver to your house, pay at your door
 
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How we manage RAMS on our sheep farm. Vlog 226

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 1980 views • 2020-02-20 13:48 • came from similar tags

 
 

 
YOU'VE ASKED, I'M ANSWERING!
All week, I'm scanning through your comments and questions and will choose one to do a video on!
So, stay tuned each day at noon to see if I choose YOURS!

Today's question came from Elizabeth Treese.
HOW DO WE MANAGE THE RAMS ON OUR FARM?

Thanks so much for this question, hopefully I answered it for you! view all
 
 


 
YOU'VE ASKED, I'M ANSWERING!
All week, I'm scanning through your comments and questions and will choose one to do a video on!
So, stay tuned each day at noon to see if I choose YOURS!

Today's question came from Elizabeth Treese.
HOW DO WE MANAGE THE RAMS ON OUR FARM?

Thanks so much for this question, hopefully I answered it for you!
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If I won the lottery, and I could only spend it on the sheep farm... what would I buy??

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 1906 views • 2020-02-20 13:47 • came from similar tags

 

 
If I won the lottery, and I could only spend it on the sheep farm... what would I buy??

I LOVED THIS QUESTION!
and likely I missed so many important improvements.  I feel like I think of more everyday.

Thank you to RockyArrowStockdog, Cathy Heslop, and Jessica S. Barbara for the questions of the day!!
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If I won the lottery, and I could only spend it on the sheep farm... what would I buy??

I LOVED THIS QUESTION!
and likely I missed so many important improvements.  I feel like I think of more everyday.

Thank you to RockyArrowStockdog, Cathy Heslop, and Jessica S. Barbara for the questions of the day!!
 
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SHEEP FARMING 101 (FEEDING TIME & MORE!): Vlog 227

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 1960 views • 2020-02-20 13:46 • came from similar tags

 

 
 
SHEEP FARMING 101
More questions pouring in!  Thank you!!!

Today I had some great ones.
How long do I keep my ewes, and how productive are they?
How I deal with pregnancy toxemia?
How did Popcorn get her name?
When do I ever see my family?

If you have questions, comment below!!! view all
 


 
 
SHEEP FARMING 101
More questions pouring in!  Thank you!!!

Today I had some great ones.
How long do I keep my ewes, and how productive are they?
How I deal with pregnancy toxemia?
How did Popcorn get her name?
When do I ever see my family?

If you have questions, comment below!!!
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We ultrasound sheep so we know what to expect in good time before they lamb.

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 1900 views • 2020-02-20 13:44 • came from similar tags

 
Ultrasounding sheep for pregnancies today and WOW!! What a great scan!
Ruby surprised us with twins, and someone else we love also had a sweet surprise!!

We ultrasound sheep so we know what to expect in good time before they lamb.  We can feed them better, or even skip them over to the next group to be exposed.  This is way more efficient than keep ewes on the program for 5 months before then realizing they are not pregnant.
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Ultrasounding sheep for pregnancies today and WOW!! What a great scan!
Ruby surprised us with twins, and someone else we love also had a sweet surprise!!

We ultrasound sheep so we know what to expect in good time before they lamb.  We can feed them better, or even skip them over to the next group to be exposed.  This is way more efficient than keep ewes on the program for 5 months before then realizing they are not pregnant.
 


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I've been asked a lot about performance of artificially raised lambs, especially since I've bought an automatic lamb feeder.

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 1629 views • 2020-02-20 13:41 • came from similar tags

 
 

 
 
 
I've been asked a lot about performance of artificially raised lambs, especially since I've bought an automatic lamb feeder.

Jess and I went through the oldest group of bottle lambs and took a weight.  I have to say, I was REALLY SURPRISED by some of them!! view all
 
 


 
 
 
I've been asked a lot about performance of artificially raised lambs, especially since I've bought an automatic lamb feeder.

Jess and I went through the oldest group of bottle lambs and took a weight.  I have to say, I was REALLY SURPRISED by some of them!!
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COME DO SHEEP CHORES WITH ME. Vlog 231

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 1913 views • 2020-02-20 13:40 • came from similar tags

 

 
 
Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.
It's something that I've seen a lot of here on YouTube, and realized that I am surrounded by the amazing sounds and sights of sheep farming everyday.

So today, I stopped talking.
And appreciated the calm, rhythmic everyday motions of what I call chores.
I hope you enjoy it! view all
 


 
 
Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.
It's something that I've seen a lot of here on YouTube, and realized that I am surrounded by the amazing sounds and sights of sheep farming everyday.

So today, I stopped talking.
And appreciated the calm, rhythmic everyday motions of what I call chores.
I hope you enjoy it!
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The beginning of a two month journey of farming solo. We ran out of corn in the ewe barn literally the day after Mark left.

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 1916 views • 2020-02-20 13:39 • came from similar tags

 
 

 
 
Monday.
The beginning of a two month journey of farming solo.   We ran out of corn in the ewe barn literally the day after Mark left.  I'm also beginning the drying off process on my early December lambing group!!  Can you believe that?

I dropped Mark off at the airport on Saturday night, and on the way we had a Q&A.
NOW, you will hear the reason he left me.
(unless, of course, you follow his channel too!  LOL) view all
 
 


 
 
Monday.
The beginning of a two month journey of farming solo.   We ran out of corn in the ewe barn literally the day after Mark left.  I'm also beginning the drying off process on my early December lambing group!!  Can you believe that?

I dropped Mark off at the airport on Saturday night, and on the way we had a Q&A.
NOW, you will hear the reason he left me.
(unless, of course, you follow his channel too!  LOL)
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today, I'm sharing some tips and tricks for loading sheep onto a trailer when you are on your own.

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 1987 views • 2020-02-20 13:37 • came from similar tags

 

 
 
ITS SHIPPING DAY!
And it's a bit tricky when you have to do it solo...
So today, I'm sharing some tips and tricks for loading sheep onto a trailer when you are on your own.

Here's a few tips...
1.  Do a few at a time.
2.  Get the first one in line to go the right way.
3.  Don't let them turn around!
4.  Stay CALM.

And I show you what happens when these steps are missed.  LOL.
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ITS SHIPPING DAY!
And it's a bit tricky when you have to do it solo...
So today, I'm sharing some tips and tricks for loading sheep onto a trailer when you are on your own.

Here's a few tips...
1.  Do a few at a time.
2.  Get the first one in line to go the right way.
3.  Don't let them turn around!
4.  Stay CALM.

And I show you what happens when these steps are missed.  LOL.
 
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How, why and when we shear our sheep. Charlie and Alvin are back to give the ladies a makeover before they are due to lamb again in 8 weeks!

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 1902 views • 2020-02-20 13:35 • came from similar tags

 

 
 
 
How, why and when we shear our sheep.
Charlie and Alvin are back to give the ladies a makeover before they are due to lamb again in 8 weeks!

 They look SOOO GOOD!

Answering lots of questions about shearing and wool.
Thank you so much for contributing to the questions!! view all
 


 
 
 
How, why and when we shear our sheep.
Charlie and Alvin are back to give the ladies a makeover before they are due to lamb again in 8 weeks!

 They look SOOO GOOD!

Answering lots of questions about shearing and wool.
Thank you so much for contributing to the questions!!
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How much does it cost us to raise a lamb from weaning age (8 weeks) to market (105 lbs)?

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 1148 views • 2020-02-20 13:31 • came from similar tags

 

 
 
 
How much does it cost us to raise a lamb from weaning age (8 weeks) to market (105 lbs)?




I've been trying to add a little more business to my videos, without it being too boring (OR WRONG)...

Numbers are not my strong suit, but know the importance of how they are the driving force behind any good business.

Instead of actual figures, I broke down the main costs of goods sold and did a percentage off an actual lamb cheque so you could see how many lambs are left to sell after these expenses...




These are very rough, so please go easy on me... LOL

And also, always look hard at your own numbers... it's amazing what can maybe be missed or thought to be ok, when in reality it could be made better or more efficient.




I hope this gives a little idea as to what it costs to grow a product on a farm. view all
 


 
 
 
How much does it cost us to raise a lamb from weaning age (8 weeks) to market (105 lbs)?




I've been trying to add a little more business to my videos, without it being too boring (OR WRONG)...

Numbers are not my strong suit, but know the importance of how they are the driving force behind any good business.

Instead of actual figures, I broke down the main costs of goods sold and did a percentage off an actual lamb cheque so you could see how many lambs are left to sell after these expenses...




These are very rough, so please go easy on me... LOL

And also, always look hard at your own numbers... it's amazing what can maybe be missed or thought to be ok, when in reality it could be made better or more efficient.




I hope this gives a little idea as to what it costs to grow a product on a farm.
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Weaning lambs has NEVER GONE THIS WELL!! And I think I owe some of the success to Temple Grandin... although, I've never really thought about it before!

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 1954 views • 2020-02-19 20:53 • came from similar tags

 
 
 
Weaning lambs has NEVER GONE THIS WELL!!

And I think I owe some of the success to Temple Grandin... although, I've never really thought about it before!




Setting up for any kind of movement with animals requires understanding how that animal behaves...

How it moves, thinks, reacts.

And build your handling systems around that behavior.
I don't know a lot about Temple Grandin, but I know through reading some articles, this is how she designs handling systems.  She gets to know her animals first.
 
She lets them show her what handling system design works best for them!

Let's see how I did!!
 
WEANING LAMBS (& Channelling My Inner Temple Grandin): Vlog 236 view all
 
 
 
Weaning lambs has NEVER GONE THIS WELL!!

And I think I owe some of the success to Temple Grandin... although, I've never really thought about it before!




Setting up for any kind of movement with animals requires understanding how that animal behaves...

How it moves, thinks, reacts.

And build your handling systems around that behavior.
I don't know a lot about Temple Grandin, but I know through reading some articles, this is how she designs handling systems.  She gets to know her animals first.
 
She lets them show her what handling system design works best for them!

Let's see how I did!!
 
WEANING LAMBS (& Channelling My Inner Temple Grandin): Vlog 236
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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A BEEF FARMER. And just like sheep, some days are better than others... But nothing some good retail therapy can't fix!

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 449 views • 2020-02-19 20:51 • came from similar tags

 

 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 
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Now that the lambs have transitioned nicely after weaning on Saturday, today I ran them over the scales to get some performance results.

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 426 views • 2020-02-19 20:49 • came from similar tags

 

 
HOW DID THEY DO?? Results from the first weaned lambs of 2020: Vlog 238 view all
 


 
HOW DID THEY DO?? Results from the first weaned lambs of 2020: Vlog 238
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something bad happened. Vlog 239

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 440 views • 2020-02-19 20:48 • came from similar tags

 
Tuesday was rough.

But it was little acts of kindness from friends, neighbours and YOU (my online family) who pushed me through.




The rest of the week was more post wean sheep and lamb observations.  They have transitioned well!




Lesson for the week...

Believe in yourself.  Own your truth.  Share your truth.

Because if you give that away, they can't really steal it.
 
 
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Tuesday was rough.

But it was little acts of kindness from friends, neighbours and YOU (my online family) who pushed me through.




The rest of the week was more post wean sheep and lamb observations.  They have transitioned well!




Lesson for the week...

Believe in yourself.  Own your truth.  Share your truth.

Because if you give that away, they can't really steal it.
 
 
 


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WILL THIS EVEN WORK?? (A sheepish Valentines Day): Vlog 240

VideosSandi Brock posted the article • 0 comments • 440 views • 2020-02-19 20:47 • came from similar tags

HAPPY VALENTINES DAY! What a great ending to a not great week. Our little gift to you. Love, S.
 
 
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HAPPY VALENTINES DAY! What a great ending to a not great week. Our little gift to you. Love, S.
 
 
 


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紐西蘭布音克雞肉加工廠Van Den Brink Group(紐西蘭雞肉加工廠+紐西蘭雞肉出口)

FactoriesVan Den Brink meat posted the article • 0 comments • 550 views • 2020-02-17 15:24 • came from similar tags

紐西蘭布音克雞肉加工廠Van Den Brink Group(紐西蘭雞肉加工廠)
紐西蘭辦公室電話: 09 262 0903(開始打電話批發進貨,諮詢產品價格)
郵箱:[email protected]
辦公室地址:  Level 3, 652 Great South Road, Manukau City 2104
服務郵箱:[email protected]
公司簡介:1954成立。從一個家禽養殖場逐漸成為一個1以家禽養殖,屠宰,加工,冷凍為一體的企業。
推薦理由:100%紐西蘭家禽養殖場
僱員:501-1000
營收:
成立時間:1954
品牌: Brinks Chicken, Chubby Chicken
 
紐西蘭商業、創新和勞工委員會註冊認證信息:
公司編號:2415448
註冊名稱:VAN DEN BRINK GROUP LIMITED (2415448) 
註冊地址:Level 3, 652 Great South Road, Manukau, 2104 , New Zealand
成立時間: 11 三月 2010
紐西蘭商業號:9429031645928
董事:
Paul Kenneth FOSTER
465 Clevedon-kawakawa Road, Clevedon, Papakura, 2585 , New Zealand

行業:家禽加工生產
官方公司網站:http://www.brinks.co.nz
產品分類:雞肉+家禽屠宰
公司和產品所屬標籤:紐西蘭家禽屠宰廠|紐西蘭雞肉廠家|紐西蘭雞肉加工廠家|紐西蘭雞肉冷凍保鮮廠家|紐西蘭雞肉工廠|紐西蘭雞肉|紐西蘭冷凍雞肉|紐西蘭雞肉出口

更多整雞目錄請點擊:http://brinks.co.nz/our-range/brink\'s-chicken
更多清真認證雞肉產品目錄請點擊:http://brinks.co.nz/our-range/best-bird
企業和產品圖片:

 
公司視頻:
 
  view all
紐西蘭布音克雞肉加工廠Van Den Brink Group(紐西蘭雞肉加工廠)
紐西蘭辦公室電話: 09 262 0903(開始打電話批發進貨,諮詢產品價格)
郵箱:[email protected]
辦公室地址:  Level 3, 652 Great South Road, Manukau City 2104
服務郵箱:[email protected]
公司簡介:1954成立。從一個家禽養殖場逐漸成為一個1以家禽養殖,屠宰,加工,冷凍為一體的企業。
推薦理由:100%紐西蘭家禽養殖場
僱員:501-1000
營收:
成立時間:1954
品牌: Brinks Chicken, Chubby Chicken
 
紐西蘭商業、創新和勞工委員會註冊認證信息:
公司編號:2415448
註冊名稱:VAN DEN BRINK GROUP LIMITED (2415448) 
註冊地址:Level 3, 652 Great South Road, Manukau, 2104 , New Zealand
成立時間: 11 三月 2010
紐西蘭商業號:9429031645928
董事:
Paul Kenneth FOSTER
465 Clevedon-kawakawa Road, Clevedon, Papakura, 2585 , New Zealand

行業:家禽加工生產
官方公司網站:http://www.brinks.co.nz
產品分類:雞肉+家禽屠宰
公司和產品所屬標籤:紐西蘭家禽屠宰廠|紐西蘭雞肉廠家|紐西蘭雞肉加工廠家|紐西蘭雞肉冷凍保鮮廠家|紐西蘭雞肉工廠|紐西蘭雞肉|紐西蘭冷凍雞肉|紐西蘭雞肉出口

更多整雞目錄請點擊:http://brinks.co.nz/our-range/brink\'s-chicken
更多清真認證雞肉產品目錄請點擊:http://brinks.co.nz/our-range/best-bird
企業和產品圖片:

 
公司視頻:
 
 


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澳洲天使有機生蚝養殖有限公司Australia angel oysters Pty. Ltd(澳大利亞生蚝養殖場+澳洲生蚝出口)

Factoriesangeloysters posted the article • 0 comments • 631 views • 2020-02-17 15:09 • came from similar tags

澳大利亞辦公室電話 :  +61 427 891 200(開始打電話批發進貨,諮詢產品價格)
公司郵箱: [email protected]
辦公室地址:  10 Anchor Drive Smoky Bay  South Australia 5680
公司簡介:澳大利亞有機生蚝養殖場,2010年創辦,其有機生蚝在澳洲多個獎項評比中榮獲多個金獎。55%的生蚝被出口到國外,
推薦理由:100%澳洲海鮮
員工:51-100
營業收入:
成立時間:
公司品牌:angel oysters Pty. Ltd

澳大利亞投資安全註冊認證信息:
註冊名稱:ANGEL OYSTERS PTY LTD
ACN編號:147 593 799
註冊地址:PORT LINCOLN SA 5606
註冊時間:29/11/2010

行業:漁業養殖
官方公司網站:http://www.angeloysters.com.au/
產品分類:有機生蚝
公司和產品所屬標籤:澳洲有機生蚝養殖場|澳洲生蚝出口公司|澳洲海鮮出口|澳洲生蚝養殖|澳洲生蚝供應商|澳洲冷凍生蚝出口|澳洲生蚝加工廠|澳大利亞生蚝養殖場|澳大利亞生蚝出口
公司視頻:
 
 


 
公司照片:
 
 
 

 
 
 
  view all
澳大利亞辦公室電話 :  +61 427 891 200(開始打電話批發進貨,諮詢產品價格)
公司郵箱: [email protected]
辦公室地址:  10 Anchor Drive Smoky Bay  South Australia 5680
公司簡介:澳大利亞有機生蚝養殖場,2010年創辦,其有機生蚝在澳洲多個獎項評比中榮獲多個金獎。55%的生蚝被出口到國外,
推薦理由:100%澳洲海鮮
員工:51-100
營業收入:
成立時間:
公司品牌:angel oysters Pty. Ltd

澳大利亞投資安全註冊認證信息:
註冊名稱:ANGEL OYSTERS PTY LTD
ACN編號:147 593 799
註冊地址:PORT LINCOLN SA 5606
註冊時間:29/11/2010

行業:漁業養殖
官方公司網站:http://www.angeloysters.com.au/
產品分類:有機生蚝
公司和產品所屬標籤:澳洲有機生蚝養殖場|澳洲生蚝出口公司|澳洲海鮮出口|澳洲生蚝養殖|澳洲生蚝供應商|澳洲冷凍生蚝出口|澳洲生蚝加工廠|澳大利亞生蚝養殖場|澳大利亞生蚝出口
公司視頻:
 
 



 
公司照片:
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
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澳洲精粹生蚝養殖有限公司Australia Pristine oysters Pty. Ltd(澳洲生蚝公司+澳洲生蚝出口)

Factoriespristineoysters posted the article • 0 comments • 620 views • 2020-02-17 15:03 • came from similar tags

澳大利亞辦公室電話 :  +61 8 8685 5056(開始打電話批發進貨,諮詢產品價格)
公司郵箱:[email protected]
辦公室地址:  26 Lawrie Road, Coffin Bay, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
公司簡介:澳大利亞生蚝養殖場,10年的養殖歷史,有Tony, Brendan and Nick Guiderais,共同創辦,其養殖的澳洲生蚝在澳洲多個獎項評比中榮獲多個金獎。大部分澳洲生蚝被出口到國外,
推薦理由:100%澳洲生蚝
員工:51-100
營業收入:
成立時間:
公司品牌:Pristine Oyster Farm

澳大利亞投資安全註冊認證信息:
註冊名稱:ANGEL OYSTERS PTY LTD
ACN編號:007 845 267
ABN編號:49 007 845 267
以往州編號:C0040735J
註冊地址:UNLEY SA 5061
註冊時間:9/09/1977
下次更新時間:9/09/2018

行業:漁業養殖
官方公司網站:http://www.pristineoysters.com.au/
產品分類:生蚝
公司和產品所屬標籤:澳洲生蚝養殖場|澳洲生蚝出口公司|澳洲海鮮出口|澳洲生蚝養殖|澳洲生蚝供應商|澳洲冷凍生蚝出口|澳洲生蚝加工廠|澳大利亞生蚝養殖場|澳大利亞生蚝出口|澳洲生蚝公司
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澳大利亞辦公室電話 :  +61 8 8685 5056(開始打電話批發進貨,諮詢產品價格)
公司郵箱:[email protected]
辦公室地址:  26 Lawrie Road, Coffin Bay, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia
公司簡介:澳大利亞生蚝養殖場,10年的養殖歷史,有Tony, Brendan and Nick Guiderais,共同創辦,其養殖的澳洲生蚝在澳洲多個獎項評比中榮獲多個金獎。大部分澳洲生蚝被出口到國外,
推薦理由:100%澳洲生蚝
員工:51-100
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公司品牌:Pristine Oyster Farm

澳大利亞投資安全註冊認證信息:
註冊名稱:ANGEL OYSTERS PTY LTD
ACN編號:007 845 267
ABN編號:49 007 845 267
以往州編號:C0040735J
註冊地址:UNLEY SA 5061
註冊時間:9/09/1977
下次更新時間:9/09/2018

行業:漁業養殖
官方公司網站:http://www.pristineoysters.com.au/
產品分類:生蚝
公司和產品所屬標籤:澳洲生蚝養殖場|澳洲生蚝出口公司|澳洲海鮮出口|澳洲生蚝養殖|澳洲生蚝供應商|澳洲冷凍生蚝出口|澳洲生蚝加工廠|澳大利亞生蚝養殖場|澳大利亞生蚝出口|澳洲生蚝公司
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Instituto de Biociencias, Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas, Boulevard Príncipe Akishino sin Número, Colonia Solidaridad 2000, C.P. 30798 Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico
 Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.
Received: 24 September 2019 / Accepted: 28 October 2019 / Published: 1 November 2019
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Keywords: organic agriculture; trained judges; biofertilizers; fruits quality
 

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Instituto de Biociencias, Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas, Boulevard Príncipe Akishino sin Número, Colonia Solidaridad 2000, C.P. 30798 Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico
 Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.
Received: 24 September 2019 / Accepted: 28 October 2019 / Published: 1 November 2019
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The Factors Affecting Farmers’ Soybean Planting Behavior in Heilongjiang Province, China

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 Shiwei Liu 1,2 , Pingyu Zhang 2, Ben Marley 3 and Wenxin Liu 2,*


Correspondence: [email protected]; Tel.: +86-431-8554-2228 Received: 1 August 2019; Accepted: 28 August 2019; Published: 1 September 2019School of Geographical Sciences, Southwest University, Chongqing 400715, ChinaNortheast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Changchun 130102, China Department of Sociology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824-1111, USA




Abstract:

Under the threat of food insecurity, the Chinese government has created plans and policies to stimulate soybean production. Despite government efforts to stimulate production, based on predictions, planned targets for soybean production are unlikely. Consequently, the predictions raise questions about farmers’ intentions to increase soybean cultivating area. In other words, farmers may not be willing to increase soybean. However, few researchers have studied soybean farmers’ intention and behavior. With these concerns in mind, this study analyzed the intention and factors that influence farmers’ choice of increasing soybean production as well as evaluating the differences in the decision making between commercial and subsistence farmers. This study collected data from 155 randomly selected families in 23 villages in the major soybean area in Heilongjiang Province. Results showed that 42.6% of the farmers expressed that they would expand soybean planting area, while the rest would insist on previous planting habits. The capacity to increase soybean production confronted many constraints. Farmers’ age, farm income, land topography, and ease of selling all positively influence farmers’ behavior. A significant difference in decision making between subsistence and commercial farmers was found. Subsistence farmers were more affected by land topography, agricultural insurance status, and satisfaction of soybean subsidies, whereas commercial farmers were more affected by farming experience and farm income. As a result, soybean policies should focus on increasing farmers’ income, promoting large-scale planting, training young farmers, innovation of agricultural insurance, and strengthening construction of agricultural infrastructure.




Keywords: soybean; farmer’s behavior; soybean planting; affecting factors; Heilongjiang province
 
 
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]download pdf file or read it online[/url]
 
 Shiwei Liu 1,2 , Pingyu Zhang 2, Ben Marley 3 and Wenxin Liu 2,*


  • Correspondence: [email protected]; Tel.: +86-431-8554-2228 Received: 1 August 2019; Accepted: 28 August 2019; Published: 1 September 2019
  • School of Geographical Sciences, Southwest University, Chongqing 400715, China
  • Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Changchun 130102, China Department of Sociology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824-1111, USA





Abstract:

Under the threat of food insecurity, the Chinese government has created plans and policies to stimulate soybean production. Despite government efforts to stimulate production, based on predictions, planned targets for soybean production are unlikely. Consequently, the predictions raise questions about farmers’ intentions to increase soybean cultivating area. In other words, farmers may not be willing to increase soybean. However, few researchers have studied soybean farmers’ intention and behavior. With these concerns in mind, this study analyzed the intention and factors that influence farmers’ choice of increasing soybean production as well as evaluating the differences in the decision making between commercial and subsistence farmers. This study collected data from 155 randomly selected families in 23 villages in the major soybean area in Heilongjiang Province. Results showed that 42.6% of the farmers expressed that they would expand soybean planting area, while the rest would insist on previous planting habits. The capacity to increase soybean production confronted many constraints. Farmers’ age, farm income, land topography, and ease of selling all positively influence farmers’ behavior. A significant difference in decision making between subsistence and commercial farmers was found. Subsistence farmers were more affected by land topography, agricultural insurance status, and satisfaction of soybean subsidies, whereas commercial farmers were more affected by farming experience and farm income. As a result, soybean policies should focus on increasing farmers’ income, promoting large-scale planting, training young farmers, innovation of agricultural insurance, and strengthening construction of agricultural infrastructure.




Keywords: soybean; farmer’s behavior; soybean planting; affecting factors; Heilongjiang province
 
 
]download pdf file or read it online[/url]