A culling is carried out at a pig farm in Goseong, Gangwon Province on Sunday after an Africa swine fever (ASF) case was confirmed at the farm. It is the first ASF case in three months. The last case was in Yeongwol, Gangwon Province in May.
Counties in rural Korea are welcoming back migrant workers from abroad, who couldn't come to work during the year-long pandemic.
The change in consumer behavior caused by the coronavirus has led to a surge in online shopping, offering farmers new opportunities to sell their crops.
At the beginning of the year, the Blue House declared that people who own more than one apartment were not welcome as senior government officials. Many vice ministers promoted last month disposed of apartments in Sejong City....
Retail companies are lending a helping hand to farmers struggling as the combination of the coronavirus and an unseasonable summer followed by a spate of typhoons caused both plummeting commercial sales and a sudden lack of produce.
Vice Minister Kim Yong-beom during a government policy meeting on Friday said several vegetable prices have gone up significantly compared to last year due to the heavy rain that has damaged farms and reduced the supply of agricultural produce.
In the era of digitization, agriculture must also evolve — so seems to be the view at Farm 8, an agricultural corporation that produces, processes and distributes salad vegetables in a 12-story apartment building in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi.
The Korea Forest Service and the Ethiopian government will work together to transform degraded forests in the African country into coffee farms.