Sunday, May 15, 2016

Global Food and Agriculture Photos May 15, 2016


A Moroccan woman sorts Damask Roses (Rosa Damascena) buds, which are notably used to make cosmetic products, at a co-operative on May 14, 2016 outside the town of Kelaat Mgouna, at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Photo credit: AFP / FADEL SENNA / Getty Images.

A picture taken on May 13, 2016 shows ducklings at a poultry-farm in Toulouzette, France during the first flock repopulation. The region started to repopulate flocks of poultry-farms which lost they birds due to the avian flu in the region. Photo credit: AFP / IROZ GAIZKA / Getty Images.

A livestock specialist with Kalmyk breed cows at the Armada livestock breeding complex in the village of Lyalichi in Russia Territory. Photo credit: Yuri Smityuk / TASS / Getty Images.

Cashew nuts are prepared for sale at a warehouse on May 12, 2016, in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. The Ivory Coast produces some 725.000 tonnes of the world's nuts, more than India which produces 650.000 tonnes, 22% of the world production and Vietnam 325.000 tonnes, 11% of the world production. Photo credit: ISSOUF SANOGO / Getty Images.

Chinese tourists look at Merino sheep on display from the Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) in the Central business district of Sydney on May 11, 2016. The AWI is a non-profit company that invests in research, development and marketing to increase the long-term profitability of Australian woolgrowers. Photo credit: AFP / PETER PARKS / Getty Images.

A fruit vendor arranging watermelon on his fruit shop at Kuleshwor Fruit Market, Kathmandu, Nepal on May 10, 2016. Photo Credit: NurPhoto / Getty Images.

Indian fisherwoman carry fish after catching from a country boats in Visakhapatnam, on May 9, 2016, Southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The government of Andhra Pradesh has imposed the 60 days of ban to protect marine life. Engine propelled trawlers and mechanised boats are not allowed for fishing activities during the ban period. However, country boats will be allowed to conduct fishing up to 5 nautical miles from the coast. The fishing boats in Visakhapatnam harbour handles an average of 1,000 tonnes of fish a day, thereby supporting as many as 15,000 families with a turnover of around `1 crore. according to local news reports. Photo credit: AFP / NOAH SEELAM / Getty Images.

Thailand's Agriculture Secretary Herapathite Prayurasiddhi (C) leads a pair of white bulls during the annual royal ploughing ceremony in Bangkok on May 9, 2016. Thailand's drought-stricken farmers got a rare bit of good news on May 9, when a pair of sacred bulls predicted that the heavens would finally open during the upcoming rainy season. The bovine prophecy came during the kingdom's much-watched annual royal ploughing ceremony, an ancient rite officially marking the start of the main rice cultivation season. Photo credit: AFP / LILLIAN SUWANRUMPHA / Getty Images.

French President Francois Hollande (2nd R) visits the new organic market hall during its inauguration, at the International Food Market, in Rungis, south of Paris, on May 9, 2016. Photo credit: AFP / POOL / Christophe Petit Tesson / Getty Images.

An Indian worker monitors ice cream on a production line at a Havmor Ice Cream factory in Naroda, near Ahmedabad, on May 15, 2016. Havmoor produces some 200,000 litres of ice cream daily from its two factories during the peak summer season when demand for their products are high. Millions of people across the country are sweltering under the Indian summer heat. Photo credit: AFP / SAM PANTHAKY / Getty Images.

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