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The Furrow

The Furrow is an agricultural journal published in fourteen languages ​​for John Deere GmbH & Co. KG. It is distributed to farmers and experts in the industry in EU28 countries, Eastern Europe, CIS, Near and Middle East, and North Africa. It provides to the reader a mix of current issues in farming with both local and international background, and best practice examples as well as exclusive news and facts on John Deere products and company strategy.


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Highlights of The Furrow February 2017 edition:

Poultry farmers lead the way in antibiotic reductionPoultry farmers lead the way in antibiotic reduction

Antimicrobial resistance is a serious public health concern and livestock producers are increasingly under pressure to reduce antibiotic usage in animals. In the UK, the poultry industry is leading the way, as Olivia Cooper reports.

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Grazing management in the spotlightGrazing management in the spotlight

European dairy producers have been under intense pressure in recent years, with low milk prices eroding profitability. Many have therefore been looking to make more of their grass, in a bid to cut production costs. At the same time, there has been growing public demand for more natural, healthy food, and in some countries processors are paying a premium for grass-fed meat and dairy products.

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