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How to Treat a Saltwater Catfish Sting

Anglers often talk about being “finned” by catfish, which can lead to excruciating pain. The sting of a catfish, whether a Florida saltwater catfish or one of many other species, is something you do not want to ignore. It is venomous and can lead to a serious infection.

Before you head out on the water, make sure to take the proper safety precautions to minimize the risk of getting stung. You may prevent a lot of pain and misery.

Can All Catfish Sting You?

Catfish stings are often compared to those of stingrays. Even brief contact with one of these fish can lead to a painful injury. While some species of catfish are more venomous than others, they’re all dangerous—especially if you come in contact with the wrong part of the fish. Saltwater catfish are more notorious for stings than freshwater catfish; the smaller the fish, the more likely you are to get stung.

Don’t Fear the Whiskers

The most common myth associated with catfish stings is that they come from the whiskers. In fact, the whiskers are harmless; you need to worry about the fins instead.

The catfish has three fins—a dorsal fin on top, and two pectoral fins on either side on the body. On the front of each fin is a very sharp stinger filled with venomous toxins. A sting occurs when this barb penetrates your skin.

Catfish stings usually occur when the fish is flopping around—either when the angler is removing the hook or when the fish is lying on the boat deck or ground. The hands are the most common place to get a catfish sting, but anglers who have stepped on a fish to stop it from flopping have also been stung on the foot. Some sharp barbs can even penetrate the sole of a shoe.

Be Careful Holding Catfish

If you catch a catfish, handle it very carefully. Take your time and pay close attention to where you’re holding the fish to avoid coming in contact with its fins.

Always make sure that you have a fish gripper tool, pliers, or something with which you can safely grab the fish. If it looks like it’s going to get messy, cut the hook off. When you have to choose between losing a hook and getting hit by a catfish fin, let the hook go and save yourself a lot of pain.

How to Treat a Saltwater Catfish Sting

Anglers often share stories about nasty encounters with fish. Anyone who has had a catfish sting and a similar experience with another fish will tell you that the catfish sting is far more painful.

The severity of the sting depends on where the barb hit you, how deep the injury is, and if any foreign matter is left in the wound. People with certain health conditions may also have more severe reactions to a sting.

If you are stung by a catfish, you need to do several things:

  1. Get off the water. A sting can cause nausea and leave you feeling lightheaded. For your own safety, head to shore right away.
  2. Do not use ice. The cold only makes the toxins more powerful and the pain worse.
  3. Immerse the injury in hot water. To reduce the pain, hold the injured area under water that is as hot as you can stand. Researchers recommend no hotter than 122 degrees Fahrenheit to prevent burning. Within half an hour, you should notice a significant reduction in pain.
  4. Monitor the injury closely. If you notice any swelling, redness, or tenderness, you should seek medical attention. If a catfish sting becomes infected, it can be treated with antibiotics. A doctor can also check to make sure that no foreign matter is trapped inside the wound.

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Wood, Field and Stream: Horned Pout

CROYDON, N.H.—A fine rain and mist shrouded the shores of Spectacle Pond, dimming the glow of lanterns and flashlights on the shore, but, all through the early evening, teen‐agers, single anglers and family fishing parties — complete even to wailing babies—continued to haul grunting, squirming horned pout from the water.

These particular horned pout were black bullheads, members of the catfish family. There are other species of bullheads in the East including yellow and brown, but few anglers distinguish among the three.

Often the first fresh water fish an Eastern youngster catches, bullheads are excellent eating, but many people are dissuaded from trying because they find it almost impossible to remove their tough skin. The flesh of the fish is white and sweet and there are no small bones with which to contend—one simply removes a slab of cooked meat from each side of the spine with fork. Pan frying or deep frying in batter are the traditional cooking techniques.

Somewhere I once read—but the source has escaped me — that bullheads were once served to well‐heeled pullman car patrons as “rocky mountain trout.” They are an incredibly hardy fish and will live out of water for a long time. An old New Hampshire resident told me that his grandfather used to keep a few bullheads in his rainbarrel. The fish were thus instantly available as food and they also, I was told, consumed the insects that got into the barrel.

Bullheads favor warm, sluggish waters with muddy bottoms, although one will often find them in trout lakes that have at least one shallow, soft‐bottomed cove. The best fishing for them is at night, right on the bottom, with worms.

Although most people have trouble skinning bullheads, the procedure, when properly done, takes only a few seconds for each fish.

Place the bullhead on a flat surface, and with a small knife—a jackknife is excellent—make a scooping cut under the dorsal fin from rear to front. This piece of meat and skin and fin need not be completely cut off—it may be left attached by a flap of skin at the forward end.

Insert the point of the knife straight down into the forward end of the flesh bared by this cut, servering the backbone, You may want to pick up the fish and bend its head down at a sharp angle to make sure the backbone is completely severed. With the head of the fish in one hand or held formly down on the cleaning table with one hand, insert the point of the knife blade under the severed backbone. Squeeze the knife blade against the backbone’s end between thumb and forefinger and lift up and back. If all goes well, the backbone and the meat attached to it will lift free of the rest of the fish. You will have beheaded, gutted and skinnedthe fist in one motion.

When you have mastered this method, you will find that you can skin a bullhead faster than you can gut a trout. Care should always be taken, by the way, to avoid the bullhead’s three spines. one at the foreward end of the dorsal fin, the others on the pectoral fins, for even a minute puncture wound from one of them can leave you with a sore finger for several dilys.

A photo of an owl fledgling on Chicago’s North Side, more on blue snow, Illinois’ blue catfish record and a quip from Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea” are among the notes from around Chicago outdoors.

Notes come from all around Chicago outdoors and beyond.


As usual, Paul Vriend came through with a beautiful photograph this time of a great horned owl fledgling hopping from tree to bush at a Northside Park.

WOTW, the celebration of wild stories and photos around Chicago outdoors, runs most weeks in the special two-page outdoors section in the Sun-Times Sports Saturday. To make submissions, email ([email protected]) or contact me on Facebook (Dale Bowman), Twitter (@BowmanOutside) or Instagram (@BowmanOutside).



Tuesday, March 30: Lake Michigan Public Fisheries Seminar, free, registration required at http://bit.ly/public-fisheries-2021, 6-8:30 p.m.


Wednesday, March 31: Woodchuck season ends

Thursday, April 1: Heidecke Lake reopens . . . Smelt netting in Chicago opens

Next Saturday, April 3: Spring trout opens (except at Forest Preserves of Cook County sites)

Next Saturday, April 3, to April 4: Second youth spring turkey season


“While walking home [in Glencoe] from the train one early evening, I chanced upon some blue snow occurring in a line west on the parkway, I wondered, but then I heard a plane going overhead to O’Hare. Then I thought, could planes be evacuating their toilets before landing? . . . I didn’t want to think about that. Could Al Silcroft live under a flight path?” Vince Hall

A: God, I hope not. I prefer to think the blue snow is from rabbits and deer eating buckthorn under duress, as suggested last week in the response to Silcroft’s observation. Click here for Silcroft’s original observation.


124: Pounds o Tim Pruitt’s blue catfish, heaviest Illinois record fish and former world record, caught May 21, 2005 from the Mississippi River near Alton.


“Anyone can be a fisherman in May.”

Santiago in Ernest Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea”

Noodling and you • LITFL • EBM Gone Wild

Today’s article came suggested by a reader, so thanks Dan. If anyone else has any topics or articles they’d like covered, feel free to email me or hit me up on twitter.

Noodling is the practice of fishing using just your hands. Typically used on catfish, it involves putting your hand into holes where the fish typically dwell. The fish then bites the noodler’s hand or hands, usually in a defensive manner. This allows the fisher to grasp the fish and hopefully pull in the catch while it spins to try to release itself. If successful, then the fisherman gets to figure out how to remove his or her hand from the fish’s mouth.

It doesn’t take a lot of imagination to come up with numerous types of injuries the fisher can receive during this activity. The article itself describes a case report of multiple extensor injuries on the arm of a 14-year-old patient secondary to the bite of a 60 lb catfish. He did well, but serves as a good example of the forces involved from such large fish. And that’s not even mentioning the envenomations that can be received from the spines on the dorsal and pectoral fins, or the infections possible from the environment in which the injuries are received.

The recommendations for management of noodling injuries are reasonable. Sure, they should be examined carefully for neurovascular compromise, as well as structural injuries, like any other animal attack.Always consider imaging for suspected foreign bodies. If horned, hot water is best, like most if not all marine envenomation syndromes. I do like that they recommend early protected mobilization to decrease freezing of joints.

Then they go and recommend leaving wounds open to heal by secondary intention or delayed primary. With adequate irrigation, I would argue they can be closed primarily if no significant crush injury is noted. At least they don’t recommend using “loose closure” or anything else that isn’t useful. The need for surgical specialties for tendon or deep muscle injuries is not particularly earth shattering, but some may need to be reminded. As always, give the lifesaving tetanus prophylaxis and use antibiotics that cover gram negatives as well as gram positives.

Sure, nothing terribly new described in the for most marine or freshwater injuries, but still a pretty good article.

Kaar CR, Plikaitis C, Germino KW, Nakanishi AK. Catfish noodling forearm injury requiring urgent surgical treatment: a case report and review of the literature. Wilderness Environ Med. 2014 Mar;25(1):75-9. [PMID 24412658]

Emergency physician with interests in wilderness and prehospital medicine. Medical Director of the Texas State Aquarium, Padre Island National Seashore, Robstown EMS, and Code 3 ER | EBM gone Wild | @EBMGoneWild |


catfish: Types of Catfish | Infoplease

The South American catfishes show great diversity: There are small, delicate species armored with bony plates; parasitic types that live in the gills of other fish; and one catfish of the E Andes in which the pelvic fins are modified into suckers that enable it to cling to rocks. African species include the electric fish and the Nile catfish, which swims upside down to feed at the water’s surface and has a white back and a dark belly, the reverse of the normal coloration.

Of the 30 American species the largest and most important is the blue, or Mississippi, catfish, an excellent food fish weighing up to 150 lb (70 kg). Best known is the smaller channel catfish, which reaches 20 lb (9 kg) and has a deeply forked tail and slender body. The stonecat, 10 in. (25.4 cm) long, is found in clear water under logs and stones. The bullheads, or horned pouts, are catfish of muddy ponds and streams, feeding on bottom plants and animals. Bullheads have square or slightly rounded tails and may reach 1 ft (30 cm) in length and 2 lb (0.9 kg) in weight. The black, yellow, and brown bullhead species are common in the waters of the central and eastern states.

There are no catfish in the Pacific except the introduced white catfish. Marine catfish found during the summer in bays and harbors of the Atlantic and Gulf states include the 2-ft (61-cm) gaff-topsail catfish, named for its long, ribbonlike pectoral and dorsal fins, and the smaller sea catfish, a very common trash fish. The males of both these species carry the fertilized eggs in their mouths (and therefore do not eat) until well after the young hatch, a period of two months. In certain other species the eggs are embedded in the underside of the female. Some tropical catfish survive dry seasons by burrowing into the mud or by crawling overland in search of water.

The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2012, Columbia University Press. All rights reserved.

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Bullhead Fish – Best Bait For Bullhead Catfish

Bullhead fish is a relative of the channel catfish that have barbels around their mouths as their main common feature. The bullhead or “horned pout” is one of the many freshwater catfish in North America belonging to the genus Ameiurus, the family Ictaluridae.

They differ from other North American catfish because they have squared tails instead of forked ones. Also, bullhead fish are no more than 12-inches in length. Because of their flavorful meat, people value bullhead fish as food. Many fish enthusiasts also love going after bullhead fish as a sport fish.

Types of bullhead

via dnr.wi.gov

You can easily differentiate bullhead fish from blue and channel catfish by their squared-tail fins. Here are the most common bullheads found in the waters of North America:You can easily differentiate bullhead fish from blue and channel catfish by their squared-tail fins. Here are the most common bullheads found in the waters of North America:

Black bullhead

The scientific name of the black bullhead is Ameiurus melas and its capable of living in waters that lave low-oxygen levels, turbid, very warm or brackish. Near the mouth of this fish are barbels, it has a broad head, no scales, and spiny fins.

You can easily identify this type of bullhead fish because of the black barbels and the tan cresent around its tail. It also has a tail fin with corners that are squared-off.

Like most catfish, this is a nocturnal feeder, although the young can also feed in the morning. The black bullhead doesn’t grow as big as its relatives. The adults can weigh between one to two pounds only.

It measures between 8 – 14 inches although some have caught specimens measuring 24-inches! As its name suggests, the black bullhead is black-colored or very dark brown on its dorsal side, but white or yellow on its ventral side.

Brown bullhead

The scientific name of the brown bullhead is Ameiurus nebulosus. Distributed widely in the North American continent, it’s known by different names including hornet pout, mud pout, or horned pout. Charles Alexander Lesueur originally described the fish as Pimelodus Ictalurus but is also called Ictalurus nebulosus.

This type of bullhead has been a clan symbol for the Ojibwe group of Native Americans. According to their lore, the brown bullhead or “wawaazisii” is one of six beings that arose from the sea to form the original clans.

Yellow bullhead

This is a medium-sized fish belonging to the catfish family which has a slately-black to yellow-olive coloring on the dorsal side. At times, the color gets mottled and this depends on its habitat. The lateral sides of the fish are more yellowish and lighter while the head and body’s ventral side are either bright yellow, bright white or yellow-white.

This is the least common bullhead in the family. Unlike the squared corners of the caudal fin in the black bullhead, this type has rounded rear edges. Its anal fins are also much larger compared to other bullheads, having between 24 to 27 rays.

Another feature that makes the yellow bullhead easy to distinguish from the black and brown variety are its white “whiskers” or barbels. As for size, the length of the yellow bullhead can range between 6 to 14 inches and may weigh about two pounds although some have caught 4-pounders too. This species can have a life span of up to twelve years.

How to catch bullhead

Many fishermen consider bullhead fish as an excellent sports fish. They put up a good fight, are very flavorful and fairly easy to catch. You can even fish for them from the shore. No wonder bullheads are the best targets, especially for beginners.

All you need to catch a bullhead fish is simple gear, no need for expensive tackles. Furthermore, you can use cheap types of bait. You can have great fun tackling bullheads. Surprisingly, for the size of this fish, they can put up a good fight. From the experts, here are a few tips to help you catch bullhead fish:

Search for muddy or murky waters

These are the favorite habitats of bullheads. An ideal place to fish for bullheads is on a bridge or an overhead structure that provides shade.

Get right to the bottom for fishing

The tip speaks for itself, “right to the bottom.” Simply attach food or live bait to a hook and sinker then allow it to sink at the bottom of the water. The bullhead’s barbels will find the bait and suck on it. Unlike fishing for other types, there’s no need for trolling, too much casting or retrieving when fishing for bullheads.

Being so easy to catch, you can land a dozen bullheads in no time at all. As soon as you get a bite, you know you’re on the right spot. Just cast your line out, let it sink to the bottom and wait for bullhead to come around.

Best bait for bullhead catfish

Bullheads rely more on their sense of smell rather than their sight. The barbels around their mouths can help locate their food. This is the reason why live baits are very effective for catching bullheads. Although you may catch one on a lure, it’s very, very rare.

Bullheads are extremely voracious feeders that eat virtually anything. They would take any type of bait! To help out, here are some common types of bait you can use to catch bullheads:

  • bacon
  • cheese
  • corn
  • dip baits
  • fish (cut into small pieces)
  • fruit
  • grain
  • hot dog (cut into chunks)
  • leeches
  • lima beans
  • live minnows
  • other types of food you can find in grocery stores
  • prepared baits meant for carp and catfish
  • small bluegills
  • spam
  • waxworms
  • peanut butter

With such a wide variety of bait, you can even experiment on your own. But it’s still recommended to stick with using nightcrawlers, worms, and more.

Can you eat bullhead fish?

Half the fun of catching bullheads is in the eating! They make for very good dishes. Those who have tried them prefer dining on the smaller sized bullhead (6 to 8-inches in length) rather than the bigger ones, although the latter is just as good, especially when filleted. Just don’t forget to skin the fish first.

Brown Bullhead Details – MA Fish Finder

A medium size member of the catfish family
Length generally 8″ – 14″
to about 2 lbs under ideal conditions
most average less than 1 lb
olive to brown with dark mottlings on sides
fading to white or cream underneath
thick and rounded, heaviest toward the front
lacks scales but the skin has many taste glands.
sharp, sawtoothed, spines at the base of the dorsal and pectoral fins which can be locked in an erect position, thought to help protect the bullhead against predators by making it much harder to swallow.
anal fin of 22/23 rays
numerous strong barbs form a serrated back side of the pectoral fin spines
tail fin square and slightly notched
adipose fin (small fin on the back in front of the tail)
broad, large, somewhat flattened
teeth in pads on both jaws; used largely for tearing and pulling off pieces of food.
four pair of fleshy barbels. Those on top of the mouth are particularly long, sweeping back past the small fin in the middle of its chest.
Unlike most catfish, the upper jaw juts out slightly farther than the lower lip.
usually matures at age 3
lives for 6 to 8 years

Identification: Distinguished as a bullhead by its broad, flat, barbel strewn head.
Distinguished from the other bullheads by the color of its barbels:
Yellow Bullhead (Ictalurus natalis) has white barbels
Black Bullhead (Ictalurus melas) has black or grey barbels
Brown Bullhead has barbels light colored at the base, darkening to grey or black at the tips
Body color varies, and is not a reliable indicator of species

Distribution: Fresh waters of eastern and central North America, from the Maritimes to Florida, and west to southern Saskatchewan, Missouri, and Texas.
Introduced to western North America and Europe.

Habitat: Shallow, weedy, muddy areas of lakes or large slow-moving streams; also impoundments, lakes, and ponds.
Can tolerate higher water temperatures and carbon dioxide levels, and lower oxygen concentrations than many other fish species.
Resistant to domestic and industrial pollution. In areas of heavy pollution can be the only fish species present.

Food: Like many other catfish, feeds near the bottom of ponds and lakes rich in submerged plants and moss. Highly omnivorous, uses four pair of whisker-like barbels around its mouth to “taste” the water in search of food.
Nocturnal consumer of molluscs, insects, leeches, crayfish and plankton, worms, algae, plant material, and fishes.
Has been reported to feed on eggs of Cisco (Coregonus artedi), Lake Whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis), and Lake Trout (Salvelinus namaycush).
Juveniles feed mostly on chironomid larvae, cladocerans, ostracods, amphipods, bugs, and mayflies.

Known for its delicious taste, its reputation among food lovers prompted the export of live bullheads from the US to Europe, though it never grew as large or as tasty there.
Reared commercially in the southern US.

Reproduction: Spawns rather early in spring, usually in late April or May.
Males fan out a saucer-shaped nest in the mud or nest in natural cavities where the female deposits eggs, ranging from 2,000 to 10,000, or more. The eggs are guarded by both parents during the 5 to 8 day incubation period. The parents care for the eggs by fanning them with their fins and physically stirring them up.
Upon hatching, the young are jet black and resemble tadpoles. The fry are herded about in schools for several weeks until they are about 2″ long.
At the end of their first year they reach a length of about 2½” to 4″ and mature in three years.

The Brown Bullhead is the only 1 of the 3 catfish species found in NH waters that is native to the state. It is the most widespread and occurs throughout the state, although it may not be native to the Androscoggin watershed. All Catfish are bottom feeders and usually feed at night. They eat nearly anything, alive or dead, and may be easily taken at night or on cloudy days, by fishing at or near the bottom with worms, minnows, corn kernels, crawfish, hellgrammites or dough balls. The Brown Bullhead is a favorite among fisherman. It’s flesh is firm and sweet tasting. Many fisherman will claim it is the best tasting fish there is. Brown Bullhead range from 6-14 inches and usually weigh less than a pound. It is however, capable of reaching 18 inches and 4 pounds in NH waters. The NH state record for Brown Bullhead is 2 pounds 8.96 ounces, caught from Wilson Pond of Swanzey in 1998.

Ancistrus, or Somik-cleaner

Ancistrus dolichopterus [/ caption]

Catfish antsistrus belongs to the family of loricaria catfish. In the aquariums of amateurs, the common and star-shaped ancistrus are most often found.

These unpretentious, peaceful catfish perfectly clean the walls of the aquarium and its decorations from algal growth. In addition, they eat the remains of food from the bottom, which they give to other fish. In general, they are universal aquarium cleaners.In nature, ancistrus ordinary grows to a size of 15 cm, in an aquarium – 1.5 times less. His color is rather unpretentious, most often dark gray with light specks. The fins, on the contrary, are light with dark specks. Under stress, the color of the catfish can become much lighter, but this will pass as soon as the fish returns to normal.

male ancistrus [/ caption]

How to distinguish a male from a female

By the year when the ancistrus reaches puberty, it is very easy to distinguish males from females; males have peculiar outgrowths on their heads.At this time, rather fierce battles for territory begin, as a result of which a maximum of a couple of males and three or four females remain in the aquarium (the rest will be destroyed by the males). These catfish can breed even in a common aquarium.

star ancistrus [/ caption]

Star ancistrus is slightly smaller than its counterpart, but looks much more spectacular. Scattered across the dark body are white specks resembling stars.

ancistrus albino male [/ caption]

There is also an albino form of these catfish.Against the background of dark soil and bright green, the albino looks very original.

Ancistrus: contents

The mouth of these catfish looks like a sucker, it allows the fish to attach to the substrate and scrape off algae from it. Ancistrus are very fond of flow and clean, oxygenated water. The optimum temperature for them is + 20- + 30 ℃, hardness up to 20 °, ph 6-7.5.

In an aquarium with these catfish, it is necessary to install a filter and a compressor, since these catfish breathe oxygen dissolved in water.A weekly partial water change of about 10-20% of the volume is desirable.

Compatible Ancistrus

You can keep ancistrus with any fish, except for large predators with powerful jaws (such as piranhas). When housing with other suction cup catfish, ensure that all catfish have enough food. In the event of a shortage of feed, small fights may occur between them.

These catfish are often given sliced ​​fresh cucumber as a dietary supplement. It is lowered to the bottom with the help of some kind of weight and left for several hours.The leftovers must be removed, otherwise they will spoil the water.

Place a natural driftwood that has been boiled in saline and rinsed well into the aquarium with cleaners. The fact is that by polishing its surface with their sucker mouth, the ancistrus get the cellulose they need so much. But its lack leads to a lag in growth and pathology of the formation of carapace scales.

With proper care, ancistrus catfish live in an aquarium for up to 7-8 years. There are cases when they lived for more than 10 years.

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Forage harvester New Holland FR650. Strength and power from the fields for a healthy cattle diet

Brand New Holland is holding a large-scale AgroMarathon “Power from the Fields” dedicated to forage equipment, which started on June 15th. The main character this year was the high-performance forage harvester New Holland FR 650 other crops ) prepared in 16 agricultural farms in Russia .

Moscow, June 18, 2021

The AgroMarathon started on June 15 in Slavyansk (Krasnodar Territory), and then from the south of Russia the hero of the fields will go to the Central Black Earth Region. Grass harvesting will be completed in the Kumensky district of the Kirov region, after which the performance and efficiency of the forage harvester will be tested in real field conditions already in the corn harvest.

A new round of testing will begin at the end of July in the south, in the Zernogradsky district of the Rostov region, and will end in mid-September in the Sverdlovsk region.

“The demand for livestock products in Russia is constantly growing. Therefore, the AgroMarathon this year is dedicated to the procurement of forage. The FR650 forage harvester will be presented to agricultural producers. A powerful high-performance professional machine with a rich basic configuration is able to quickly harvest the required amount of forage in a tight period, while maintaining the maximum nutrient content, “said Mikhail Murakhovsky, business director for agricultural equipment at CNH Industrial in Russia.

New Holland has been at the forefront of the forage industry for over half a century through the development and implementation of many innovations. The presented model FR650 with a capacity of 650 hp. from. clearly illustrates technical progress. The harvester is equipped with a 16-liter FPT Cursor Tier 2 engine that develops a power of 480 kW in the range of 1800-2000 rpm and generates a torque of 2696 Nm at 1700 rpm. Combined with other characteristics, this provides it with unrivaled productivity with an output of about 260 tons per hour while organizing uninterrupted delivery for corn harvesting.

The FR Forage Cruiser, built in Belgium, offers industry-leading chopping efficiency and unrivaled operator comfort. The Power Cruise engine management function maximizes engine utilization of the combine in fields with varying crop yields. Modern reapers easily cope with grass, corn and any other types of crops. The patented HydroLock technology ensures consistent cutting length regardless of crop type and production.Best-in-class cut quality is achieved with automatic adjustment. Combined with uniform grain crushing, the highest quality ingredients for cattle rearing are obtained.

New Holland FR650 features state-of-the-art MetaLoc technology, which protects the forage harvester from accidental metal objects, and RockAlert technology, which prevents stones from entering. This eliminates the high risk of irreparable damage in the field and costly refurbishment.The proprietary Variflow crop processing system within just two minutes without the use of tools can be reconfigured by the operator from harvesting corn to harvesting grass, while after removing the regrinder, the accelerator is lowered closer to the drum. All this helps to save time, material resources and forces of the combine operator. It is not for nothing that the FR650 is called the “agricultural money making machine” in Europe.

The New Holland forage harvester operator has a high-performance air conditioner and first-class conditions throughout the entire work shift without the need for wear and tear.Thanks to proven ergonomics, acceptable microclimate, maximum comfort and excellent visibility in a spacious cab, the operator is focused on his tasks and his long day during the harvesting season is as efficient as possible. The wide IntelliView IV color touchscreen monitor and comfortable armrest with control buttons provide the operator with ideal conditions for harvesting forage crops. The state-of-the-art IntelliFill system fills the trailer body by itself, allowing the operator to focus on picking.

Additionally, based on the needs of the farm, New Holland FR series combines can be equipped with such PLM precision farming solutions as moisture and yield sensors, a navigation system with guidance along the rows of corn; put CCTV cameras on the silage chute in the back of the machine; equip them with four-wheel drive or a state-of-the-art Harvest NIR spectroscopy system (including protein, starch, moisture, ADF / NDF, zoning).

Farmers will be shown the full range of capabilities of the modern New Holland FR650 combine in the field.New Holland specialists will talk about the latest trends in combine harvester construction, touch on the aspects of digitalization of work processes, the quality of feed and cattle technologies, dwell on the issues of economic efficiency of the forage harvester fleet to reduce costs and optimize the cost of agricultural products. The history of the AgroMarathon “Power from the Fields” will be available on the official channels of the New Holland brand on social networks.

90,000 Bill Gates and Cattle – RT in Russian

Maxim Sokolov

Was born in 1959.Well-known Russian publicist, writer and TV presenter, author of the books “Poetic views of Russians on history”, “Wonderful Rhine in calm weather”, “The pleasure of being an orphan.”

The founder of Microsoft, a notable philanthropist and a terrible rich man (fortune – $ 120 billion) Bill Gates enthusiastically devoted himself to promoting an ecological green world. He said that in order to fight to reduce harmful emissions into the atmosphere, he refuel his personal plane with ecological kerosene, which costs three times more than ordinary kerosene – it remains, however, unclear whether it burns in the engine without emitting carbon dioxide or still with selection.

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Bill Gates predicted a crisis more dangerous than the coronavirus pandemic

Microsoft founder Bill Gates has warned that in the coming decades the world will face a global environmental crisis related to …

And in his new book, Avoiding Climate Disaster, Bill Gates outlined the technological breakthroughs and policy initiatives needed to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions.The most important thing here is changing the diet. Residents of developed countries should give up meat: “I don’t think that 80 of the poorest countries will eat synthetic meat. But I really believe that all rich countries should completely switch to artificial beef. You can get used to the difference in taste, especially since manufacturers will improve it over time. ”

It is not clear, however, why, since such a booze has gone, it is impossible to completely switch to a lean diet. After all, schema monks do not eat meat at all and remarkably grow in strength of mind.

We also need other technologies and breakthrough solutions, as a result of which the production of steel and cement will become hydrocarbon-free. We will cook steel and burn out Portland cement, but without any greenhouse gases and thermal pollution. In fact, you can’t boil a kettle without thermal pollution – these are the basic principles of thermodynamics, but advanced ecological thinking does not bother with a school physics course. And also chemistry. Moreover, the reform of education helps the cause.

And so, in essence, nothing new.Greta Thunberg says the same thing. The only difference is that Bill Gates is almost four times older. Greta is eighteen, and Gates is finishing her seventh decade. Well, again, he is a little richer than Greta. The rest is that old, that small. True, Greta can still come to mind – this sometimes happens. Whereas an old man who has declared jihad on cattle is no longer cured.

Hot covid dissidents, fighters against the world behind the scenes, etc. for a long time already called the founder of Microsoft an insidious reptilian, under the guise of philanthropy building insidious intrigues and cherishing monstrous plans.Fighters against the world’s reptilians are also a public, but there is a simple way to protect yourself from fantastic insinuations.

Count G.G. Orlov, living in retirement in Moscow, somehow got into a conversation with an official who complained to him that he was being harassed with speeches, as if he was taking bribes. “Yes, yes,” the count warmly supported. – They said the same about me. But here’s what’s surprising: as soon as I stopped taking, they stopped talking. ” That is, if you do not want to be called a reptilian, do not behave like him.

Which, in principle, is not so difficult. There are quite a few rich people on the Forbes list, but those who graze nations and, all the more, who do it in an ignorant and contradictory way – there is a clear minority there. It does not follow from this that those who do not graze are absolutely beneficent people. Domestic oligarchs Pn, Fn, M-v, T-ko, R-g and others may not even be without guile and even build all sorts of behind-the-scenes intrigues, but they have enough sense not to be like Greta Thunberg.

But here, of course, a lot depends on the individual temperament.Some rich people are guided by the principle “You are your own supreme court, you will be able to appreciate your work best of all.” And also capital. PR and hype are superfluous when numbers with many zeros speak for themselves.

Others are devoured by the demon of vanity. The famous currency speculator Soros has achieved extraordinary success in his field. Collapsing the pound sterling (not counting all the little things like the Swedish krona), as he did in 1992, is an act of considerable art and also very lucrative.But ambition did not allow him to be content with this.

Becoming a reptilian philanthropist, overthrowing thrones and teaching peoples the ideas of an open society – that was what attracted his rebellious soul. As a result, the name of Soros became a pretty bogey and even an asshole, but “the rumor about me spread throughout all of Russia, and every language in it will call me.”

Same with Gates. You cannot call him a computer genius, his opus magnum Windows OS is both conceptual and practical execution rather lopsided, but his commercial genius, thanks to which Windows flooded everything and took in scope and reach, this genius was remarkable.As if a car of the “Moskvich” system would conquer 80% of the world market and become a monopolist. It would seem enough that Gates was able to repeat – but at a much stronger level – the success of IBM, which in the 1960s and 1970s similarly monopolized the computer market.

But the signs of outward obedience – “Gimnyuk, not a gymnyuk, but you will listen while standing” – was not enough for the ambitious Gates. He wanted and now wants human glory and admiration, wants to be not a businessman (besides, now retired), but a guru and teacher.And for such passions overwhelming him, innocent edible cattle must pay off.

The point of view of the author may not be the same as that of the editorial board.

horned cattle – Russian translation – Linguee

Darjeeling (UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to one of the world’s finest tea


plantations), Camel Fair (the

biggest international festiva l o f horned cattle , c am els and camel racing in […]

mid-November), Goa (100 km coastline).


Darjeeling (UNESCO World Heritage Site and Homeland of Worldwide


famous tea plantations), fair

camels (most b sho th horned festival ck from a, camels and camels […]

races in the world, passing


in mid-November), the beaches of Goa (resort coastline 100 km long).


The present project reconstruction operating enterprises SPPK “Cooperative slaughter-house” in the city of Korenovske by acquisition and introduction of


the modern automated line of

slaughter of pigs a nd a horned cattle f i rm s “Rovani” (Italy) […]

capacity to 200 processed goals at an o’clock is offered.


This project proposes the reconstruction of the existing meat processing enterprise SPPK “Cooperative butchery” in the city of Korenovsk through the acquisition of


and implementation of modern

automated line ubo i pigs and to p upn og o cattle […]

of the firm “Rovani” (Italy) of production


with a capacity of up to 200 processed heads per hour.


The breedd ing facilities of republic are


capable to realize ann nually 455

heads of breeding l ar g e horned cattle a n d 200 heads of pigs, […]

that does not satisfy dee mand


on breeding animals, therefore purchase of breeding cattle will be carried out outside republic also, including abroad.


Breeding farms of the republic are capable of


sell 455 heads annually

breeding large cattle and 2 00 g ol pigs, which is not […]

satisfies the demand for breeding


animals, therefore, the purchase of pedigree cattle will be carried out outside the republic, including abroad.


They basically breed l ar g e horned l i ve stock, goats, sheep and camels.


In livestock raising, in , mainly to cattle, goats, sheep and camels are raised.


You also have to

sow pansies a n d horned v i ol ets for the […]

coming year now; do not forget the complementing large-flowered


garden daisies and the forget-me-nots.


You also need

sow pansies g l azk and and po ha you e violets so that […]

they grew the next year; do not forget to complement them with large


garden daisies and forget-me-nots.


The largest part of this amount (about 95.3%) was paid for insurance of


the agricultural crop, another 4.7% – for

insurance of t h e horned l i ve stock and […]

poultry (0.5% and 4.2%, correspondingly).


Most of this amount (about 95.3%) fell on insurance


agricultural crops, another 4.7% – for insurance

cattle o livestock and n chickens (0.5% and […]

4.2% respectively).


In colonies on rocks to the north of Barykov Cape and on adjacent uplands, nests of almost all birds, with an exception of nest s o f Horned F r at 90 126 ercula corniculata and Tufted Lunda cirrhata puffins in burrows, could have been destroyed in the belt of the 20-40 m wide waterspout passage.


According to 2006 estimates, the number of Ross geese in the colony on the river. McConnell was 10% lower than in 2005 and similar to 2004 levels. The geese appeared to have nested there at an average or slightly earlier date, although locals reported colder springs than usual.


They include the blue-tongued skink, the helmeted basilisk, the panther chameleon,


the Malian agama lizard, the

Peruvian toad, the long-n os e d horned f r og and the curare frogs, […]

which look like tiny jewels and


live in the humid rainforests of Central and South America, where the temperature rarely falls below 20 ° C or rise above 30 ° C, while the humidity of the air reaches 80-95%.


These are the giant blue-tongued skink, helmet-headed leguan, panther


chameleon, Malian spiny-tailed

lizard, Peruisk i ms b a, horned che s but chn eggs, as well as frogs […]

poison arrows, which, being


tiny pearls live in the humid jungles of Central and South America, where the temperature does not drop below 20 degrees Celsius and does not rise above 30 degrees Celsius, and the air humidity reaches 80-95%.


Under the State program on the Year of Social Relief, 35,000 veterans were


treated in nursing homes, 50,000

poor families were g iv e n cattle , 3 , 0 00 jobs were created […]

for persons with disabilities but


able to work, and charitable assistance was provided to 3 million older persons living alone, persons with disabilities, pensioners and poor families.


Within the framework of the state program “Year of Social Protection” 35,000 veterans were rehabilitated in


sanatoriums, 50 thousand

low-income families received and li in property to rup rs cattle, […]

created 3 thousand jobs for


able-bodied people with disabilities, charitable assistance of 3 mln.lonely elderly people, disabled people, pensioners and low-income families.


There were no provisions in the

current annex IX for farms wi t h cattle a n d animal types other than pigs and poultry, except for manure application to land 9012 hi l e cattle h o us ing a n d cattle m storage m were […]

significant sources of ammonia.


In addition to the provisions on the introduction of manure into the soil in the current


appendix IX revision no

regulations on farms engaged in raising a m other vi up to in livestock and domestic animals, in addition to pig breeding to their and poultry, at least systems with cattle holding and storage of the resulting […]

manure is significant


sources of ammonia.


This phenomenon is aggravated by

year-round pasturin g o f cattle a n d excessive use of […]



This phenomenon is compounded

year-round in grazing about m livestock and h cut me use […]



In a simpler approach, thresholds could be defined based on the number of


animal places, as currently used in annex IX for large pig and poultry

farms, or on the number of livestock units f o r cattle .


In a simpler approach, these values ​​can be determined based on the number of places for animals, as is currently done in


annex IX in relation to large pig-breeding and

poultry farms , silt and n a based on e d in ic n headband in case […]



These wonders of watchmaking represent the 5 elements of the universe according to the ancient philosophy of Chinese natural science, or the universe


itself for one of the dials. 5

traits of legendary creatu re s , horned d r ag on blue phoenix qylin in […]

the moonlight, and crouching


tiger Genbu, the combination of precious snake and tortoise respectively evoke wood, fire, earth, metal and water.


These sentry wonders represent the 5 elements of the universe according to ancient Chinese philosophy


natural science, or the Universe itself

one of the dials . 5 h ep t legendary s y n eats wa , horned dragon […]

blue phoenix qylin in lunar


light, and Genbu Crouching Tiger, a combination of precious snake and turtle respectively evoke wood, fire, earth, metal and water.


This also leads to iodine deficit in animals (large and s ma l l horned l i ve stock), as a result of which the productivity of animal husbandry in general and the price of livestock consumed by the population is reduced.


This also leads to a deficiency of iodine in the body of animals (cattle and small ruminants), as a result of which the productivity of animal husbandry in general and the value of animal products consumed by the population decreases.


The Koran contains also a (distorted) prophesy about Gog from Magog, according to which Alexander the Great (the two fo l d horned ) w il l try to stop the all devastating army group from the north by means of a high iron wall (Sura al-Kahf 18: 83-98).


The Qur’an also contains a (distorted) prophecy about Gog of Magog, according to which Alexander the Great (“two-horned”) will try to prevent the advance of devastating troops from the north with a high iron shaft (Sura al-Kahf 18.83-98).


The Scim it a r horned O r yx (Oryx dammah), a beautiful species abundantly represented in Egyptian […]

art, was still common in the 1960s and


a few thousands survived into the late 1970s.


Przewalski’s Horse (Equus przewalskii)


was last seen

spotted in the wild in 1969 90 125. , Arabian a NT Oryx leucoryx – 1 972 Yatagan-eared antelope […]

(Oryx dammah) –


beautiful animal abundantly represented in Egyptian art – still abundant in the 1960s and numbering several thousand in the late 1970s – was last reliably recorded in 1983. These three species survive in captivity, and efforts to re-colonization in nature sometimes works successfully.


New agricultural systems, introduced in primary productions from 2002 onwards, are aimed at seeking technology


and organization

solutions to problems in livestock breed in g ( cattle , p ig s, sheep, goats, poultry) with an […]

emphasis put on respecting


their biological needs, economic efficiency, productivity of labor and ecological aspects of farming.


New agricultural systems introduced in primary production since 2002 targeting


technological and

organizational solutions for samples l rm animal husbandry ( growing to rup but cattle, pigs, […]

sheep, goats, poultry)


with a focus on meeting their biological needs, economic efficiency, labor productivity and environmental aspects of farming.


In accordance with the mandate of UNISFA to support the Abyei Police Service once it is established, the Police Advisers will be engaged in assessing the current law and order situation, liaising with relevant actors on the ground, advising the UNISFA Head of


Mission on law and order concerns, and planning for the

establishment of a specialized unit to deal wi t h cattle r a id ing.


In line with the UNISFA mandate to support the Abyei Police Service once established, police advisers will assess the current rule of law situation, liaise with relevant partners on the ground, and advise the UNISFA head of mission on


law enforcement and event planning for

creation of specially g o subdivisions for p e shen iya problems of theft of large horned […]



The beautiful Greek, daughte r o f cattle d e al er, Sophia was the […]

beloved by Polish ambassador in Istanbul Karol Boskamp-Liasopolskiy,


was the wife of the general of the Russian army Yusef de Witt (son of Yan de Witt, commandant of the Kamenets-Podolsky Fortress and architect of the Dominican Church in Lviv), she had success at Polish court, proved herself brilliantly at French court by empress Mary-Antoinette and, with the assistance of Grigoriy Potemkin, visited Petersburg and empress Ekaterina II.



Greek woman, daughter t o pro c ca cattle, Co f oia would be la beloved […]

Polish Ambassador to Istanbul Karol Boscamp-Lyasopolski,


wife of Russian Army General Jozef de Witt (son of Jan de Witt, commandant of the Kamyanets-Podolsk fortress and architect of the Dominican Church in Lvov), had great success at the Polish court, brilliantly showed herself at the French court at the Empress Marie-Antoinette and, with the support of Gregory Potemkin, in St. Petersburg with Empress Catherine II.


Some vegetarians may simply propose that we

stop the production of be e f cattle a n d convert to plant production, […]

because the efficiency


of converting plant products to meat products is very low and will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Some vegetarians


may simply suggest terminating

growing large cattle cattle meat sn og on directions and […]

switch to crop production,


because the efficiency of converting plant products into meat products is very low and can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Until the introduction and widespread use of effective


veterinary vaccines, it was a

major cause of fatal diseas e i n cattle , s he ep, goats, camels, horses […]

and pigs throughout the world.


Before application and wide distribution of effective


veterinary vaccines, she was

the main reason for the fall e Ms large horned ck from a, sheep, goats, camels, […]

horses and pigs worldwide.


In the northern part of our

country, we have se e n cattle r u st ling and other acts […]

that drive the inability of the country


to maintain security become correlated to the weather patterns of that region.


In the northern part of our country

widespread p p ak ty to a theft from to from a and from others are being done […]

actions that prevent the country


maintain security there and are explained by the synoptic situation in this region.


The raising of be e f cattle o n t he west coast (mostly by European […]

descendants), pig farming and the export of venison to


Europe are the most important cash-producing agricultural activities.


Cultivation of groats n og o cattle cattle n oz ap adnom coast […]

(mostly descendants of Europeans), pig breeding and export


reindeer meat to Europe is the most important cash-generating agricultural activity.


This will require well defined administrative controls as to the

nature of activities that may be performed in the resettled areas, prohibition of growing of food crops a n d cattle g r az ing and the use of only clean feed f o r cattle .


This will require well-organized administrative controls for activities that


can be carried out in the territories of repeated

settlement, a ban on the cultivation of food agricultural kul b tour and sp ac a livestock, as well as permission to use only chis t og o fodder d ku Livestock feeding.


The police had been expressly instructed not to resort to excessive use of force

in apprehending offend er s , cattle t h ie ves and burglars in Mechka.


Police were specifically instructed not to use


excessive force to arrest

offenders – kidnap l her bovine from to ta and burglars who […]

were in the Sack.


Transfer coefficients for radioiodine and radiocesium to milk, and for


radiocaesium to meat, are generally

lower for large animals suc h a s cattle t h an for small animals such […]

as sheep, goats and chickens.


Transfer coefficients of radioactive iodine and radioactive cesium in


milk and radioactive cesium

in meat usually below d for large animals, for pr im ep, cattle […]

livestock than for small animals,

90,004 such as sheep, goats and chickens.


In addition to casualties among the population (including women and children), the

people’s only food sou rc e , cattle , w er e confiscated.


In addition to population casualties (including

women and children ) was confiscated to ru Mon cattle […]

is the only source of food for this people.


These cases of child abduction continued to occur

in the contex t o f cattle r a id ing between and […]

within ethnic communities in Jonglei


and the Equatorias; many of the abductions were believed to have been carried out by the Murle tribe, which has not been disarmed by SPLA.


Children still

abducted during g on a cattle in pr units ethnic […]
90,004 communities and between them in Jonglei and Equatorial States;


It is believed that in many cases the abductors were members of the Murle tribe, which was not disarmed by SPLA.


From 1 to 30 August, Krasnodar will host an agricultural microcensus :: Krd.ru

As well as throughout the country, practically all categories of agricultural producers will be surveyed in the capital of the Kuban, including agricultural organizations, peasant farms and non-profit associations of citizens. Personal subsidiary plots will be rewritten in rural settlements – land plots of more than four hundred square meters are subject to the census.

– The agricultural census is a serious and important event, it mainly concerns the territories of the Karasunsky and Prikubansky districts.Krasnodar is an agrarian city, and detailed information on the agricultural potential of the regional center, which we will receive as a result, will allow us to predict the development directions of the industry, develop our strategic plans, taking into account the latest relevant information. The organization of the census campaign is our common task with Krasnodarstat, and the heads of inner-city and rural districts should provide assistance in this work, – said Andrey Doroshev, deputy head of Krasnodar.

In Krasnodar, in the course of the microcensus, about 180 agricultural organizations, 460 peasant (farmer) households, 345 individual entrepreneurs, 345 non-profit associations of citizens and more than 17 thousand personal subsidiary plots in rural settlements are surveyed.This will allow collecting information for analyzing the processes occurring in the village, the size of the total land area, the structure and use of land, the area of ​​crops grown, fruit and berry plantations, about the number of livestock and poultry.

Agricultural producers will be able to answer the questions of the questionnaire through the web-collection system of the official Rosstat website or with the help of specialized telecom operators and consulting firms.

37 enumerators are involved in collecting information on personal subsidiary plots in rural settlements in the form of yard rounds and filling out questionnaires.All of them will be provided with masks, gloves and germicidal wipes. In horticultural associations, at dachas, census takers will interview only the chairmen of the NST, find out the information on the whole about the partnership and will not conduct a round of plots.

Enumerators will fill out information on tablet computers, in particular, information about what grows on the land, what perennial and annual plants, trees, what farm animals are kept, including poultry, cattle and small cattle, pigs, bees, etc. t.e. Dogs and cats will not be counted in the agricultural census.

Rosstat guarantees the confidentiality of the information provided during the census campaign. All information will be used in a generalized form only.

Preliminary results of SHMP-2021 will be summed up in the 4th quarter of 2021, final – by the end of 2022.

According to experts, the results of the agricultural microcensus of 2021 will allow predicting the development of agriculture on a national scale, taking economic measures to improve the efficiency of agricultural production, including under the program of state support for the subjects of the agricultural sector of the economy.

The first agricultural census in the modern history of Russia was held in 2006, the second – exactly ten years later – in 2016.

However, the interval of 10 years was considered too long and it was decided to conduct the first agricultural microcensus in 2021.

SHMP-2021 was organized in accordance with the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation dated August 29, 2020 No.