Farming

Wheat Harvest As Agriculture Prices Threaten Central Bank's Inflation Forcasts...Bloomberg Photo Service 'Best of the Week': A farm worker walks through a wheat field during a crop harvest in Panipat, Haryana, India, on Monday, April 7, 2014. Inflation has been among the key issues in the nationís current general election campaign and uncertainty over guaranteed agriculture prices is among the risks to the central bankís inflation forecast, the Reserve Bank said. Photographer: Prashanth Vishwanathanan/Bloomberg

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A farm worker walks through wheat during a harvest in Panipat, Haryana, India. Inflation is a main issue in the general election campaign and uncertainty over guaranteed agriculture prices poses a risk to inflation forecasts, the country’s central bank said.

Seagulls search for worms as a farmer ploughs his field in the East Yorkshire countryside on March 25, 2014 in Goole, United Kingdom

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Seagulls search for worms as a farmer ploughs his field in the East Yorkshire countryside on March 25, 2014 in Goole, United Kingdom Read more

Girls stand near smoke from twigs which were set on fire by their parents to warm themselves at a vegetable field in New Delhi

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Girls look on as they stand next to a fire made by their parents to warm themselves at a vegetable field in New Delhi, India

A Palestinian farmer works tossing compost at his field near the northern Gaza Strip refugee camp of Jabalia

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A Palestinian farmer tosses compost at his field near the northern Gaza Strip refugee camp of Jabalia, on Tuesday

A huge inflatable pig is placed on the Dam square during a protest against illegal practicing in European pig farming, in Amsterdam, Netherlands, 12 November 2013. The actions is part of a international campaign of animal protection organization, Compassion in World Farming.

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A huge inflatable pig is placed in Dam Square in Amsterdam during a protest against illegal practices in European pig farming. The action is part of an international campaign of the animal protection group Compassion in World Farming.

Unemployed people load cabbage at the state vegetable factory's field during a harvest, in the outskirts of Minsk. Unemployed people are invited to help out in the factory's harvest and are paid at the end of the day with 90 thousand Belarussian roubles ($9.80). All the factory's employees, including engineers and office workers, have to work at least several days in a field without extra pay, to help gather the harvest before the first frost.

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Unemployed people pick cabbages at a state-owned vegetable factory on the outskirts of Minsk, Belarus, for $9.80 a day. All the factory’s employees, including engineers and office staff, also have to work at least several days in the fields without extra pay to bring in the vegetables before the first frost.

A woman harvests cotton in a field near the village of Yakhak, some 120 km (75 miles) south of the capital Dushanbe

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A woman harvests cotton in a field near the village of Yakhak, some 120km south of the capital Dushanbe.

A Palestinian farmer harvests dates from a date palm tree in Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip

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A Palestinian farmer harvests dates in Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip

An Indian farmer holds paddy saplings as he walks on the embankment of his agricultural field on the outskirts of Bhubaneswar, India, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013. The lower house of Indian Parliament Monday approved a landmark bill that proposes to provide cheaper grain to more than 800 million across the country. (AP Photo/Biswaranjan Rout)

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An Indian farmer holds paddy saplings on the outskirts of Bhubaneswar, India on Wednesday. The lower house of India’s parliament on Monday approved a bill that proposes to provide cheaper grain to more than 800 million people across the country. Read more

A villager holding harvested peanuts after flooding hit Ningyuan county of Yongzhou, central China's Hunan province. Devastating floods at opposite ends of China have left 105 people dead and another 115 missing in recent days, state media said on August 19.

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A villager holds out peanuts harvested from his crops that have been damaged by floods hitting the Ningyuan county of Yongzhou, in China’s Hunan province. China has experienced flooding across the country in recent days, leaving 105 people dead and another 115 missing, according to state media.