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Strict Control Ordered on Crocodile Farms to Stop Escape

BANGKOK, Nov 19 (TNA) – The director-general of the Department of Fisheries ordered his subordinates to strictly check crocodile farms nationwide to prevent the animals from escaping into public waterways. Meesak Pakdeekong, the director-general, said he made the order after people saw crocodiles in public waterways in Kamphaengsaen district of Nakhon Pathom province on Oct […]Read More

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Wild elephant kills Kanchanaburi park volunteer

A Kanachanburi man was killed trying to chase wild elephants from his farm in Thong Pha Phum district on Wednesday evening. Thong Pha Phum National Park officials summoned at 6.30 found Mana Sawangmek, 56, dead on his corn farm in Ban Sao Hong with severe head and internal injuries. Full story: The Nation By The […]Read More

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Local community in Chachoengsao to become new farming-tourism site

CHACHOENGSAO, 22nd January 2018 (NNT)-The Department of Internal Trade (DIT) has launched an organic farming village project in Chachoengsao province to promote local tourism and a healthy lifestyle among local residents. DIT Director-General Boonyarit Kalayanamit launched the project in Ban Yang Daeng Community, Sanam Chai Khet district. The community is among several places where support […]Read More

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Kalasin mega farm farmers turn to producing rice processed products

KALASIN, 23 November 2016 (NNT) – The Lam Phan Mega Farm farmers in Kalasin Province are processing their rice produce to create value added products for the market. Lam Phan Mega Farm President Wutthikrai Thaiprayun said that Lam Phan Mega Farm farmers have been selling rice at venues provided by the government and public sectors, […]Read More

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Nakhon Pathom: Police interview Lao ‘slaves’ over trafficking

Thirteen illegal Lao labour immigrants who were rescued from an alleged “slavery farm” in Nakhon Pathom are being treated as witnesses in a suspected human trafficking case. The immigrants, some as young as 15 years old, will not be charged with illegal entry into Thailand because they are considered to be victims of human trafficking. […]Read More

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Corn farm fires causing North smog

Chiang Mai chamber reveals 5 million rai being burnt to clear fields, asks businesses to take responsibility The Chiang Mai Chamber of Commerce has revealed that the burning of corn plantations to clear the fields, covering 5 million rai in the North, is the main cause of the severe haze problem facing the region every […]Read More