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Noble Foods

Noble Foods is a British poultry company. As of 2016, it was the UKs largest egg producer. The company was founded in 2006 through the merger of Deans Foods and Stonegate. The company subsequently had to divest itself of its Stonegate business af ...

                                               

Plantation (disambiguation)

Plantation may refer to: Plantation, large farm or estate Plantations in the American South Plantation settlement or colony, early method of colonization Plantations of Ireland United States places Plantation, Florida disambiguation: a city in SE ...

                                               

USCGC William Sparling

Like her sister ships, William Sparling is designed to perform search and rescue missions, port security, and the interception of smugglers. She is armed with a remotely-controlled, gyro-stabilized 25 mm autocannon, four crew served M2 Browning m ...

                                               

USCGC Glenn Harris

Like her sister ships, Glenn Harris is designed to perform search and rescue missions, port security, and the interception of smugglers. She is armed with a remotely-controlled, gyro-stabilized 25 mm autocannon, four crew served M2 Browning machi ...

                                               

USCGC Harold Miller

USCGC Harold Miller will be the United States Coast Guards 38th Sentinel-class cutter. Like her sister ships she was built in the Bollinger Shipyards, in Lockport, Louisiana. She was delivered for her pre-commissioning sea trials on April 2, 2020.

                                               

USCGC Daniel Tarr

USCGC Daniel Tarr is the United States Coast Guards 36th Sentinel-class cutter, and the first of three to be homeported in Galveston, Texas.

                                               

Harold Daffen

Harold Arthur Charles Daffen was an Australian politician. He was a Liberal Party of Australia member of the Western Australian Legislative Council from 1947 to 1950, representing Central Province. Daffen was born in Brunswick, Victoria; his fami ...

                                               

National Socialist Workers Party

National Socialist Workers Party may refer to: Swedish National Socialist Farmers and Workers Party National Socialist Workers Party of Denmark German National Socialist Workers Party Czechoslovakia National Socialist Dutch Workers Party National ...

                                               

KVM

KVM switch, a hardware device for controlling multiple computers Rackmount KVM, a computer input/output device offering the combination of a keyboard, video monitor and mouse pointing device, typically rack mounted

                                               

Valmir

Valmir is a male given name. Notable people with this name include: Valmir Nunes born 1964, Brazilian runner Valmir Aparecido Franci born 1990, Brazilian footballer Valmir Prascidelli born 1964, Brazilian politician Valmir Ribeiro Siqueira born 1 ...

                                               

San Joaquin

San Joaquin, Ecuador San Joaquin River San Joaquin, Corozal, Corozal District, in Belize San Joaquin Valley San Joaquin, California, United States San Joaquin, Chile, Santiago Metropolitan Region, in Chile San Joaquin de Flores, in Heredia, Costa ...

                                               

Zhang Yong

Zhang Yong may refer to: Zhang Yong snooker player born 1995, Chinese snooker player Zhang Yong politician born 1953, former director of the China Food and Drug Administration Zhang Yong restaurateur, Chinese billionaire restaurateur, founder of ...

                                               

Liu Zhongyi

Liu Zhongyi was a Chinese politician who served as Minister of Agriculture from 1990 to 1993 and Vice Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission from 1985 to 1990.

                                               

Egil Robert Orskov

Egil Robert Orskov, OBE FRSE is a Danish born Scottish agricultural scientist and development scholar. He is particularly known for research on the nutrition of farm animals.

                                               

EAA

Educational Assessment Australia Escondido Adventist Academy, a school in California Education Achievement Authority, in Michigan Estonian Academy of Arts Egypt Aviation Academy

                                               

Deepika Kundaji

Deepika Kundaji is an Indian farmer whose methods gained national attention and an award from the Government of India. The Nari Shakti Puraskar award was made by the President of India, Ram Nath Kovind. The award is Indias highest civilian award ...

                                               

Dietze

Julia Dietze born 9 January 1981 is a German actress. Mike Dietze born July 19, 1989 is an American soccer player who currently plays for the Philadelphia Fury of the American Soccer League. Elke Dietze is a former West German slalom canoeist who ...

                                               

Helmut Kroiss

Helmut Kroiss is an Austrian civil engineer and professor emeritus of the TU Wien, Vienna. In 1987 he was appointed to the Institute of Water Quality and Resource Management at the TU Wien, as successor to Wilhelm von der Emde, which he headed un ...

                                               

Legal Entity of Public Law

According to the article 101 of the Constitution of Greece "The administration of the State shall be organized according to the principle of decentralization" and therefore the organization of the State includes both central and decentralized bod ...

                                               

Ingo (disambiguation)

Ingo and INGO may refer to: People: Ingo, a given name J. Ingo fl. c. 1800, farmer and poet Ingo Vedurgud, Icelandic singer Ingemar Johansson 1932-2009, Swedish world champion heavyweight boxer, nicknamed "Ingo" Other uses: Ingo bike, see Eccentr ...

                                               

Vijay Kumar Thallam

Vijay Kumar Thallam is the Advisor to Government of Andhra Pradesh for Agriculture & Cooperation, and in charge of implementation of natural farming in Andhra Pradesh. He joined the Indian Administrative Service in 1983 and served in various posi ...

                                               

Pacht

The institution of the pacht or pacht-stelsel was a system of tax farming in the Dutch East Indies and Dutch Cape Colony, whereby the colonial state sub-contracted the sovereign right of tax collection to private revenue farmers or pachters. In t ...

                                               

Committee on Agriculture

Committee on Agriculture or Committee for Agriculture can refer to: Special Committee on Agriculture SCA, an administrative body of the European Union that prepares the work and tasks of the Agriculture and Fisheries United States House Committee ...

                                               

Intervention Board for Agricultural Produce

The Intervention Board for Agricultural Produce was a public authority in the United Kingdom from 1972 until 2001. The Board was formed as a Government Department on 22 November 1972, under section 6 of the European Communities Act 1972, and was ...

                                               

Showground

A showground is a places where events occur, including agricultural shows, and associated facilities. In Australia, New Zealand and the United States, showgrounds often house dirt track speedways. Showground may refer to: Australia Sydney Showgro ...

                                               

White Boys

White Boys or Whiteboys may refer to: Whiteboyz, a 1999 film by Marc Levin The Whiteboys, an 18th-century secret Irish agrarian organization White Boy documentary, a 2017 documentary about convicted teenage "drug lord" Richard Wershe Jr. The Whit ...

                                               

Ozark hellbender

The Ozark hellbender is a sub-species of the hellbender, strictly native to the mountain streams of the Ozark Plateau in southern Missouri and northern Arkansas. Their nicknames include lasagna lizard and snot otter. These large salamanders grow ...

                                               

Hotta-no-saku

The Hotta-no-saku ruins is an archaeological site containing the ruins of a large-scale Heian period josaku -style fortified settlement located in what is now part of the cities of Daisen and Misato in the Tōhoku region of Japan. The site was des ...

                                               

Johnny (disambiguation)

Johnny 2003 film, an Indian Telugu language film Johnny 1993 film, an Indian Malayalam language film Johnny 2018 film, an Indian Tamil language film Johnny 1980 film, an Indian Tamil language film

                                               

Green House

Hong Kong 7 Mallory Street, a tenement block formerly known as Green House Malta The Green House, Sliema United States Duff Green House, Vicksburg, Mississippi, listed on the NRHP in Warren County, Mississippi Green-Reading House, Ewing Township, ...

                                               

Pepsi Arena

Pepsi Arena or Pepsi Coliseum may refer to: Northtown Center in Amherst, New York located on the campus of the University at Buffalo. Known as the "Amherst Pepsi Center" from 1999 to 2010. Polish Army Stadium in Warsaw, Poland. Known as the "Peps ...

                                               

Thurbo Tea Estate

Thurbo, a Darjeeling tea garden, was planted in 1872. It is now owned by the Goodricke Group, which owns such gardens as Margarets Hope, Castleton and Thurbo," some of the most famous tea gardens in the world”.

                                               

Karl-Heinz Rosch

Rosch was an eighteen year old German soldier and along with his platoon, was stationed in a farm in Goirle when Allied forces took fire on them. Rosch noticed that the two children of the farmer who owned the land seemed oblivious of the danger ...

                                               

Ruga policy

The Ruga policy is a controversial Nigerian policy, introduced by the Buhari Muhammad Presidency, aimed at resolving the conflict between nomadic Fulani herdsmen and sedentary farmers. The policy, which is currently suspended, would "create reser ...

                                               

Sandoya

Paul Joakim Sandoy born 1987, a Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party Brandur Sandoy born 1973, a Faroese politician, sheep farmer and businessman

                                               

Tjotta (disambiguation)

Jacqueline Naze Tjotta, a French-born mathematician who settled in Norway and became the first female mathematical sciences professor in Norway Harek of Tjotta, a Norwegian farmer and local chieftain

                                               

Punjab Khal Panchayat Authority

Punjab Khal Panchayat Authority was established under the Punjab Khal Panchayat Ordinance 2019 on 22 May 2019 to handle warabandi in the Punjab province of Pakistan. The ordinance was later adopted as Punjab Khal Panchayat Act on 13 December 2019 ...

                                               

Ang Probinsyano Party-list

The Alyansa ng mga Mamamayang Probinsyano, also known as the Ang Probinsyano Party-list is political organization which has party-list representation in the House of Representatives of the Philippines as of the 18th Congress. The group seeks repr ...

                                               

Lettice Digby, scientist

Lettice Digby was a British cytologist, botanist and malacologist. Her work provided the first demonstration that a fertile polyploid hybrid had formed between two cultivated plant species.

                                               

Redland

Redland Redland, Maryland, a census-designated place northwest of Washington, D.C. Redland, Florida, an agricultural community southwest of Miami Redland, Alabama, a census-designated place in Elmore County Redland, Virginia, in Albemarle County ...

                                               

Kalasungay

Kalasungay is an urban barangay in the North Highway District of Malaybalay, Bukidnon, along the Sawaga River. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 8.272 people.

                                               

Holmwood (disambiguation)

Holmwood is a civil parish in Surrey, England. This parish contains: North Holmwood Holmwood railway station South Holmwood Holmwood may also refer to: Holmwood, Redditch - large house built by Temple Lushington Moore Holmwood House, Glasgow - El ...

                                               

DLG

DLG may refer to: Discus Launch Glider, a type and discipline of radio controlled glider David Lloyd George, a British politician who was prime minister in World War I Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft, the German Agricultural Society Digital ...

                                               

VFU

VFU may stand for: Varna Free University, a university in Bulgaria Verksamhetsforlagd utbildning English: "Workplace training", the practical school placement part of teacher education in Sweden Veterinarni a farmaceuticka univerzita Brno, a vete ...

                                               

Ernst Hadorn

Ernst Hadorn was a Swiss developmental biologist. He worked on fate maps in Drosophila imaginal discs and was noted for his experimental skills and teaching. Hadorn was born in the family of farmers in Forst in Bernese Oberland. Even as a child h ...

                                               

Aroma (disambiguation)

An aroma is a volatilised chemical compound that humans or other animals perceive by the sense of olfaction. Aroma may also refer to: Aroma winery, a Moldovan wine producer Aroma Province, La Paz, Bolivia Aroma, Missouri, United States Aroma of w ...

                                               

Tippera Krishak Samiti

Tippera Krishak Samiti is a specially organized peasant organization comprising Greater Comilla, Comilla, Chandpur, Lakshmipur, Noakhali and Brahmanbaria districts. It was founded by Maulvi Emdadul Haque, a member of the Bengal Legislative Counci ...

                                               

Franconia (disambiguation)

Franconia College Franconia Notch, mountain pass Franconia, New Hampshire Franconia Range, mountain range adjacent to the notch Franconia, Virginia Franconia Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Franconia, Ohio Franconia Township, Chisago Co ...

                                               

DHC

DHC-4 Caribou de Havilland Canada, Canadian aircraft manufacturer DHC-5 Buffalo DHC-1 Chipmunk DHC-8 Dash 8 DHC-7 Dash 7 DHC-6 Twin Otter DHC-3 Otter DHC-2 Beaver

                                               

Early Bird

The Early Bird play a play by Leo Butler The Early Bird, a fictional food vendor in The Angry Birds Movie Early Bird, Army Timess early-morning newspaper on defense issues formerly issued by the United States Department of Defense DOD