Sunday, June 26, 2016

Global Food and Agriculture Photos June 26, 2016


French Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Government Spokesman Stephane Le Foll addresses the press after an exceptional cabinet meeting following the results of the UK EU Referendum vote at the Elysee Presidential palace on June 24, 2016 in Paris, France. The United Kingdom has voted to leave the EU in a European Union (EU) referendum. British Prime Minister David Cameron announced his resignation now that the majority of British voters decided to leave the European Union. Photo credit: Aurelien Meunier / Getty Images.


Seventeen-year-old Laura Hunter, and Highland Cow Molly prepare for the Royal Highland show at Ingliston showground on June 22, 2016 in Edinburgh, Scotland. The 176th Royal Highland Show, one of the UK's premier agricultural shows, will run over four days from 23-26 June. Scotland's annual farming and rural industry showcase features thousands of exhibitors displaying the finest livestock and the latest specialist agricultural machinery. Photo credit: Jeff J Mitchell / Getty Images.


Chairman of the parliamentary commission investigating the slaughter conditions for the animals MP Olivier Falorni, looks on as he visits a slaughterhouse in Surgeres, western France, June 20, 2016. The emergence of a new secretly recorded video showing abuse of livestock at a French slaughterhouse prompted the agriculture minister on March 29, 2016 to order nationwide inspections of the facilities. Photo credit: XAVIER LEOTY / AFP / Getty Images.


In this aerial view a tractor passes a field of wheat while illuminated by the afternoon sun on June 22, 2016 in Hanover, Germany. Germany is currently suffering a heat wave up to 35 degrees until the weekend, which helps the cereal to grow and to be harvested in the beginning of July through to September. Photo credit: Alexander Koerner / Getty Images.


A village farmer ploughs his agricultural paddy field by the help of his pet cattle after the monsoon downpour outskirts of the eastern Indian city Bhubaneswar, India, Thursday, 23 June 2016. Photo credit: Biswaranjan Rout / NurPhoto via Getty Images.


Syrians harvest wheat in their field near the rebel-held town of Douma, east of the capital Damascus, on June 24, 2016. Syrians started to harvest earlier this year fearing that the crops might be destroyed by the country's ongoing conflict. Photo credit: ABD DOUMANY / AFP / Getty Images.


A meat vendor stands waiting for clients at Magboro market in southwest Nigeria Ogun State, on June 21, 2016. Ordinary Nigerians are feeling the full effects of spiralling inflation which in May soared to a more than six-year high of 15.6 percent. The cost of living is predicted to rise further after Nigeria this week scrapped the naira's peg to the US dollar, allowing the currency to float. Photo credit: PIUS UTOMI EKPEI / AFP / Getty Images.


Pakistani vendors work in the morning at fruit and vegetable market in Islamabad, Pakistan on June 25, 2016. Photo credit: Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images.


Clydesdale horses are washed of the start of the Royal Highland show at Ingliston showground on June 22, 2016 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Photo credit: Jeff J Mitchell / Getty Images.


The vegetable daily market in Central Kolkata India on 23 June 2016. Congress organizes protests against rise in vegetable prices in the state. Addressing the party workers, including a large number of women workers, Raval said that tomatoes were selling at Rs 100 per kg, equal to the price of apple. As a part of its week-long protest against rising prices and the state governments failure to curb it, the state Congress on Thursday organized protests outside the vegetable markets in all 33 districts and eight mahanagarpalikas to focus attention on the steep hike in prices of vegetables in the last two years. Photo credit: Debajyoti Chakraborty / NurPhoto via Getty Images.

1 comment:

  1. It seems the referendum isn't the last word on whether there is an exit
    or not. There's this thing called an Article 50 involved. At any rate my grasp on the topic is far from assured.

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