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Kerala Feeds targets Rs 500 crore turnover in two years
Kerala Feeds Ltd. (KFL) is aiming at a 50 % share in the state’s cattle feed market in the next two years with an annual turnover of Rs 500 crore in the 2020-21 fiscal. The company, headquartered in Kallettumkara near Irinjalakuda, had clocked a profit of Rs 75 lakh in the first quarter of the current financial year, but the August 2018 floods checked the momentum, said managing director B Sreekumar.

India expects increase in export of fruits and vegetables post Brexit
As the uncertainty about UKs exist from the European Union (EU) on March 29 continues, Brexit related volatility on GBP is likely to have only short term impact on fruits and vegetable exports from India to the UK. The trade is confident that in the long term, Indian fruit and vegetable exports will stand to gain as UK accounts for the largest share of Indias export to the EU.

India expects increase in export of fruits and vegetables post Brexit
As the uncertainty about UKs exist from the European Union (EU) on March 29 continues, Brexit related volatility on GBP is likely to have only short term impact on fruits and vegetable exports from India to the UK. The trade is confident that in the long term, Indian fruit and vegetable exports will stand to gain as UK accounts for the largest share of Indias export to the EU.

India expects increase in export of fruits and vegetables post Brexit
As the uncertainty about UKs exist from the European Union (EU) on March 29 continues, Brexit related volatility on GBP is likely to have only short term impact on fruits and vegetable exports from India to the UK. The trade is confident that in the long term, Indian fruit and vegetable exports will stand to gain as UK accounts for the largest share of Indias export to the EU.

India expects increase in export of fruits and vegetables post Brexit
As the uncertainty about UKs exist from the European Union (EU) on March 29 continues, Brexit related volatility on GBP is likely to have only short term impact on fruits and vegetable exports from India to the UK. The trade is confident that in the long term, Indian fruit and vegetable exports will stand to gain as UK accounts for the largest share of Indias export to the EU.

India expects increase in export of fruits and vegetables post Brexit
As the uncertainty about UKs exist from the European Union (EU) on March 29 continues, Brexit related volatility on GBP is likely to have only short term impact on fruits and vegetable exports from India to the UK. The trade is confident that in the long term, Indian fruit and vegetable exports will stand to gain as UK accounts for the largest share of Indias export to the EU.

India expects increase in export of fruits and vegetables post Brexit
As the uncertainty about UKs exist from the European Union (EU) on March 29 continues, Brexit related volatility on GBP is likely to have only short term impact on fruits and vegetable exports from India to the UK. The trade is confident that in the long term, Indian fruit and vegetable exports will stand to gain as UK accounts for the largest share of Indias export to the EU.

India expects increase in export of fruits and vegetables post Brexit
As the uncertainty about UKs exist from the European Union (EU) on March 29 continues, Brexit related volatility on GBP is likely to have only short term impact on fruits and vegetable exports from India to the UK. The trade is confident that in the long term, Indian fruit and vegetable exports will stand to gain as UK accounts for the largest share of Indias export to the EU.

West Bengal to make special arrangement for farmers to sell surplus potatoes
West Bengal government is making special arrangements to enable farmers to sell surplus potato harvested this year to the government and cold storage owners to store it. Government officials and officials of the State Level Bankers Committee (SLBC) recently held a meeting in this regard. The government would help cold storage owners to open accounts in cooperative banks through which the latter would be able to take loans at easy rates to finance the cost of storing the potato.

Rs 2,000 released to about 5 lakh Telangana farmers under PM-Kisan scheme
The Centre has released Rs 2000 each to about five lakh farmers in Telangana so far under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme, said Union Minister of State for Agriculture Gajendra Singh Shekhawat here Saturday. "The Telangana government has provided the data of about 13 lakh farmers (to the Centre).. It is 12,91,000... We already transferred Rs 2000 (towards) first installment to more than 5 lakh farmers till now in Telangana," he told reporters.

Cotton Production Estimate cut again, output to hit 10-year low
The countrys cotton production is set to hit a 10-year low of 328 lakh bales this season mainly due to rain deficit in key states such as Gujarat, Karnataka, Telangana and Maharashtra, Cotton Association of India has said. The trade body on Thursday cut its production estimate yet again, by 2 lakh bales of 170 kg each. It has now cut the production estimate by 8.6% from its first estimate of 348 bales during the past six months.

Indias farmers burdened with choice overload
Faced with choice overload and without a reliable measure to understand what a good yield means, Indian farmers tend to follow rich villages when making important agricultural decision, scientists say. After the Indian government liberalised the economy in the 1990s, the government pulled back subsidies on fertilisers, pesticides, water and seeds.

Sugarcane arrears to growers to come down by Rs 9,000 crore: ISMA
The governments decision to provide up to Rs 10,540 crore as soft loans to sugar millsNSE 0.57 % will help them in clearing arrears of cane growers by about Rs 9,000 crore, a top industry official said on Friday. Indian SugarNSE 1.22 % Mills Association (ISMA) Director General Abinash Verma said millsNSE -0.88 % interest burden will reduce by Rs 800-900 crore with government providing the interest subvention