Blockchain technology can enhance the sustainability of nations like Jamaica's agricultural sector, by capturing the information which can be beneficial to all who access the distributive ledger such as farmers, retailers and consumers. It will avail farmers greater access to information such as global competitive pricing so that they can be better informed as to what to charge for their produce and not charge too much or too little. This is important for a farmer to be profitable and to a nation that is into exports such as Jamaica, they will be aware of the prices so they are competitive and make the best prices for their commodities.
by Ainsley Brown The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has confirmed that it has found avian flu on a turkey farm in British Columbia. The strain of the virus, H5, is a type that doesn’t spread easily and rarely infects humans. Just as in the last outbreak in 2005 in this part of the country all of the birds will… Continue reading "Bird Flu Found On Canadian Farm"