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  1. Magazines - Style - DIVERSIONS

    Snails are gaining popularity in restaurants again

    Posted Sep 04th 2014, 09:31pm by PETER NEVILLE-HADLEY

    ... "To the horizon it's Vienna," he says. "We are famous for having agriculture in the city. We have wine, we have vegetables and we have corn." But Gugumuck farms livestock ...

  2. News - Hong Kong - CULTURE

    How ziplining nomadic tribesmen could help to change people's perception of entrepreneurs

    Posted Jul 05th 2014, 03:14am by Amy Nip

    ... Amy Nip amy.nip@scmp.com Photography book by Hong Kong NGO hopes to challenge the way we think about entrepreneurs Ziplining tribes: how's that for entrepreneurial? An Iranian who built a zipline to carry nomadic tribesmen and their livestock across a river and an unemployed person who grows vegetables in the centre of Detroit may seem to have little in common. But both ...

  3. Pig farming association denies link to disease

    Posted Jun 25th 2004, 12:00am by Patsy Moy

    ... Patsy Moy Pig farmers have denied any link to the recent Japanese encephalitis cases, saying no workers or animals had fallen sick. 'We have regular meetings with our members but none of them have observed any abnormal situation in their pig farms. T ...

  4. Wagyu

    Posted Feb 15th 2007, 12:00am by Paul Kay

    ... Paul Kay G/F The Centrium, 60 Wyndham Street, Central Tel: 2525 8805 Open: Sunday-Thursday 8am-11pm, Friday and Saturday 8am-midnight Cuisine: Steakhouse grill. Ambience: Like its sister restaurants- Jaspas and Cru- Wagyu has a laidback vibe and offers a ...

  5. Turning the tables

    Posted Aug 09th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Mischa Moselle mischa.moselle@scmp.com The latest wagyu marketing campaign seems to have dispensed with one myth about superior Japanese cattle. Unfortunately, two equally stubborn ones remain. So far there have been no reports that the latest cows export ...

  6. Idioms

    Posted Dec 07th 2006, 12:00am by Philip Leetch

    ... By Philip Leetch Bury your head in the sand Sometimes we try to deal with problems by ignoring them. We hope, if we do nothing, the problem will go away or solve itself. It can happen, but on the whole it doesn't. It is not a good policy. The disease ...

  7. 'President Sheen' backs ban on live poultry in wet markets

    Posted Sep 25th 2003, 12:00am by Alex Lo

    ... A 'US president' has given his personal support to Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa for a government proposal to ban live poultry in wet markets. Martin Sheen, best known in Hong Kong for playing President Josiah Bartlet in the hit television serie ...

  8. Comment - Letters

    Absurd to compare animal activists to terrorists

    Posted Apr 15th 2013, 12:00am by STAFF

    ... of livestock to "defame the facility or its owner" on par with the terrorists behind the September 11 attacks. The so-called "Ag-Gag" bills make it almost impossible for activists to continue their exposés of mistreatment, thereby allowing farmers the freedom to treat livestock as they see fit. The American Farm Bureau Federation, a lobby group for the agricultural and meat ...

  9. Business - China Business - AGRICULTURE

    Overseas meat suppliers struggle to keep up with rising Chinese demand

    Posted Feb 10th 2014, 04:31am by Benjamin Robertson

    ... Benjamin Robertson benjamin.robertson@scmp.com Livestock exports to China are booming, but many overseas suppliers struggle to satisfy demand Feeding a hunger for meat In 2013 Sophie Wang had one of her best years yet. Arranging the export of 45,000 live cows to China, her firm accounted for over half of Australia’s cattle livestock sales to the mainland and helped feed ...

  10. Helicopter gunmen to hunt down camel herds

    Posted Apr 30th 2005, 12:00am by Nick Squires

    ... Nick Squires in Sydney Marksmen in helicopters will soon take to the skies of central Australia to cull some of the thousands of camels whose numbers have exploded since being released into the wild more than a century ago. The sharpshooters will target h ...




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