#agriculture

42 posts
  • realityvision 9w

    Why we should have goals in life?
    #goals #agriculture #motivation #realityvision

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    Why we should have goals in life?

    Agriculture field should be always cultivated with crops or else it will be occupied by weeds likewise as a human you should be always engaged with good thoughts and walk towards life goals or else mind will be filled with unwanted thoughts. Have a nice day
    ©realityvision

  • happy_soul9 48w

    Father: Engineering or Medical?
    Son: Agriculture

    Most important for the future of us
    ©happy_soul9

  • victoriaibukun 52w

    One of the general problem of poultry farming is the lack of workers that knows the effect of their actions. Actually someone who can live actively as a poultry farmer and a human being is the issue. Even I do have this problem; balancing my life and work.

    A problem particular to my farm is the disturbance of snakes. I have seen the python a lot. I don't get close to it but watch it very closely, updating the killers about its movement. When it is dead I have examined it.

    An article I read was what made me to write this. The article explained a research that showed farmers are more stressed and poor in the sowing season; the time they work and are not getting profit in return.

    Just like every other work, there is a time to work and a time to harvest but the agriculturist work is very tedious and toxic because sometimes the harvest doesn't take care of the damages incurred during the tedious times.











    #victoriaibukun
    #mirakee
    #writetsnetwork
    #longesttime
    #iamback
    #agriculture
    #pod
    #finallyback

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    Workers in agriculture.

    Sometimes an action you think means nothing turns out to be the most influencive.




    ©victoriaibukun

  • the_folded_pagee 54w

    Life of an agriculture student,

    Birth
    Insect collection
    Herbarium
    Death

    ©ananthii

  • arunkrishnavivekananthan 57w

    Think twice before everything to live a happy and peaceful life.

    #farmers #agriculture #backbone #nationalfarmes day ��‍��⚒️

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    Fracture in backbone leads to paralysis or death

    India proudly says that agriculture is their backbone.

    But it seems like, India is lifting a heavy unwanted weight over its head even it destroys its own backbone for some reasons.

    And because of that reason they already lost their mind, in a few years, it is not only completely destroys the backbone but eventually the whole body crushed down under the useless heavy weight.

    There is a light at the end of the tunnel.
    So you have to decide.

    And finally Happy National Farmers Day.

    Don't know whether we have farmers or backbone to celebrate this in the near future.

    ©arunkrishnavivekananthan

  • uyirttezhu 57w

    Farmers

  • ipraveen 57w

    किसान

    जीने के लिए परिस्थितियों संग ढलना पड़ता है,
    रास्ते मुश्किल होते हैं मगर कांटों पर चलना पड़ता है,
    किसान बनना इतना आसान नहीं होता जनाब,
    किसान बनने के लिए जिन्दगी भर धूप में जलना पड़ता है।
    ©ipraveen

  • victoriaibukun 58w

    Walking into the pen I had no plan on how to remove the chicken we were about to sell, I thought I was simply going to get it out the cage.

    I Tried and failed realising I would have to use my two hands, one carrying a leg. Even so it rested on my hands having the energy only to control it breathing that allowed it to live. I eyed the offensive chicken as I panted wondering since when broiler of twenty-five weeks were too big for a human to carry.

    Finally taking it out to the customer, he said three thousand naira. I eyed him trying to hide my disgust thinking about all the struggle I went through to make sure it lived; the amount of money, the drugs, the stress, the number of unhealthy sleep talkless of a routine, the dirtiest moment, sacrifices, injuries and pains I had no time to cater for, the worried lines I had just to make sure they lived.

    I held it smiling instead, "No that would be seven thousand thank you." I should have said ten thousand even though it wasn't a deal.

    - My blog.


    #victoriaibukun
    #dream
    #blog
    #agriculture
    #dirtywork
    #real
    #pod
    #mirakee
    #forsale

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    The big issue

    A small amount for something that worth more. I guess that is why they call farming a dirty work.


    ©victoriaibukun

  • penpoints 64w

    Farm women

    ಒರಟು ಕೈಗಳು

    ಒಡೆದ ಹಿಂಬಡಗಳು

    ದಿಟ್ಟ ನುಡಿಗಳು

    ಸೂರ್ಯ ಸುಟ್ಟ ಮೈ ಬಣ್ಣಗಳು

    ಬಿರಿದ ಅದರಗಳು

    ದಿಟ್ಟ ನೋಟಗಳು

    ಹೌದು ನಾನು ಹೆಣ್ಣೇ

    ಕವಿ ಕಲ್ಪನೆಯ ಹೆಣ್ಣಲ್ಲ

    ಭೂತಾಯಿ ಮಡಿಲ ಮಗಳು


    ಅಂಬೆ

    (ಅಮೃತಾ)
    ©penpoints

  • phoetryst_me 67w

    100th Post in Mirakee.
    1st post after almost 1 year of non-writing.

    Recently, I've been waking up around 3 am most days and some days around 1 am, if not all days. I've been noticing this for the past one month almost, ever since I decided to start a new business in the agricultural industry. It's not as if I got a new idea, it feels almost like I've let open a dripping tap. Ideas keep coming to me so rapidly, tumbling down through my mind's sieve even while I'm at work, cooking or doing my recently found interest gardening. It seems like this was what I was meant to do.

    I have felt similarly inspired by starting up a food trike, but I found many challenges in the way of getting it done. However I didnt used to wake up in the middle of the night for that. It was my research into starting my own food business that led me to get a job as a Food Product Developer, with no real job related experience to it (although I'd had plenty of real life experience).

    That role continued into another more responsible role as a Technical Compliance Coordinator under the same umbrella group of companies. Here, I was involved with all aspects of each and every processing and ingredient that went into my factory's production. I started looking up alternatives to the commonly used chemical ingredients because I hated designing nutrition labels with a long list of ingredients and lo viola! I found exactly what I was looking for. They seemed so simple that I wondered why people didn't use them and I started checking up their prices to try and make a batch myself. This is when I realized why it was impractical to use those new found ingredients - they were hardly affordable.

    I went into looking how they were produced and it seemed to be a very simple process. Then why the cost was so high? Simply because they had to be imported and so had to be in a non-spoilable form, which required much more processing, time and labour, than if it were made locally and used as fresh. This caused me to look at such growing and harvesting practices in the country where I currently live & work, aka New Zealand. And I was astonished to find that there were hardly any large scale growers of this stuff. So I thought, why not grow it then? And then supply it to the company I work at. Hence, the seed for the dream was sown and a deep desire for growing created.

    Coming back to waking up around 3 am, I was just searching up it's spiritual significance, and found that it's a time of veil thinning - when the veil between different worlds are the thinnest and our spirit guides can communicate to us. On reading it, I knew exactly what I was going through and who was coming to me - my grandmother. Remember how I used to write so regularly once upon a time last year and then almost completely stopped? Well, I wrote most when I'd gone to India for vacations - almost one piece every single day.

    I used to feel a calling to go to the church and within three days of going to the church, I discovered that my calling hadn't come from the church itself, but from it's graveyard, where my grandmother and grandfather were laid to rest in one "kallara", under the same gravestone. I used to go there, have conversations with her, ask her for her blessing with my relationship and tell her how my days went. People used to call me crazy and all sorts of adjectives I wouldn't use on someone because I used to go the the graveyard and never bother entering the church for mass. Well, I had my simple reason - I'd go for mass when the priests did exactly what they said and when they could answer all my questions satisfactorily. Till then, I'd be a Christian who believed in the values of sharing and caring, but nothing more than that - no church, no mass, no Jesus youth meetings for me anymore ( I used to be really active once). Even now, it's the same.

    I felt closer to my grandmother this way through her grave, although to be honest I've not spent much quality time with her when she was alive. But she's never stopped inspiring me, with all the hard work she and her eldest daughter did to bring up her 10 children (+1 who died early on in life). And I've often heard people say I look a lot like her. Even my church name is her's, Rosa. Even before I'd heard or read about Vladimir Megre's "Ringing Cedars of Russia" featuring Anastasia, I used to go to the grave for my every vacation, almost every single day I spent at home. Anastasia's explanation about dolmens strengthened my belief that my grandmother was out there, close enough for me to talk to her and find an unusual best friend in. And today, that belief is even stronger, as I feel like she's the one nudging me awake at strange hours, inspiring me to do something different, something that would keep with her values and hard work too. And that's just what I intend to do.

    In my research for my future business, I intend to do a proof of concept and through my research I found a couple in US, who used to live in NZ and had set up a system, the 1st of it's kind in the world, in NZ, very similar to what I had wanted to do, but my dream being more elaborate and more inclusive. I contacted them through their email and now they are my mentors and the lady, she considers me almost like her own daughter. I feel so blessed and thankful to my grandmother for helping me to connect those dots in life.

    And of course, I wouldn't be in a position to think of all these things, if it hadn't been for my parents who put their hard earned and built house on loan for me to come to New Zealand for doing my Masters in Food Innovation. It cost me 15.5 lakh Rs for that one year degree and although the course in itself is worth for probably only less than 15,000 Rs, for the amount of new things I learnt during it, it can be now considered as investment for my business. I'm still paying back it's loan after almost 3 years of taking the loan, but now I can rest peacefully in the hope that all that money wasn't wasted for a stupid degree at a stupid university, but rather was the seed capital for me to open my mind beyond thinking as a worker and letting myself take greater risks for the benefit of myself, others and the economy.

    I'm truly grateful to my teachers at Indian School Al Wadi Al Kabir (there aren't many people who took as much care of me as much as those teachers), assistant professors at Waljat College of Applied Sciences (they were a mixed lot of some very caring and some not so caring, but good humans mostly) and lastly, gratitude to some of the faculty members of Lincoln University (though not to the inhuman professor(s) who made life nothing short of hell!). Aah, school was best, closely followed by college and unfortunately, university doesn't deserve a place in that list at all.

    So, I hope to be posting more often now that I have heaps to talk about. New developments happening, learning new things, connecting with lots of people, and so on. Have a good night for now, friends in India. It's almost 4:20am, Thursday 15th October here.

    ©phoetryst_me


    #dawnwaker #school #college #university #dreams #spirits #ideas #agriculture

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    Waking up at 3am

    ©phoetryst_me

  • normancrane 67w

    Digging Potatoes

    I hold the tool. I am the blade. I drive
    myself into the fertile ground. I dig
    potatoes out. They were buried alive,
    but in darkness they thrive. Now the old pig
    will feast. When he grows fat I will slay him
    to feed me and kin. I don't like killing
    but when necessary it's not a sin.
    I shall live another year, God willing.
    I have long been on the land. I am old
    but my sun is not yet setting in the
    sky. When I was a child I was told once by
    my father you become earth when you die.
    If so, I hope my children carve my chest
    with blade. I hope I'll yield a fruitful harvest.

  • nilesh_thakur 68w

    जुमला...

    दाव खेला गया है खेत की फसलों पे,
    फिर किसान फसा है सियासी मसलो में!

    ©nilesh_thakur

  • uyirttezhu 69w

    Farmers

  • devdoo 78w

    Rafael Dassault

    ©devdoo

  • yours_rafaq 80w

    Thousands Of Farmers Die Every Year Due To Less Income Earned By Agriculture..
    And Agriculture Almost Depends Upon Rain..
    So, This Poem Is Dedicated To All Those Farmers Who Sacrifice Themselves For Our Well Being...

    #RainFarming #Agriculture #Nature #Rainfall #SeasonalRainfall Must Follow �� @i_am_rafaq

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    THE REQUEST

    Our Life Is Going To Destroy After Sometime
    We Hope A Moment Of Joy Must Came There
    A moment full of Coldness and Happiness
    But Our Happiness Have Been Lost Behind the Stars
    We Request to You Please Return Our Happiness...

    The Plants Are Dying In Every Moment
    The Animals Are Crying Due To Heat
    The Charm Of Rivers, Ponds And Lakes Have Diminished
    Sea Have Also Lost It's Daily Suppliers
    Just Accept Our Request For Our Well Being...

    The Green Valley Gets Converted Into Dead Food
    Deaths Of Farmers Is Becoming Countless
    Nature Is Now In Full Conditions Of Hell
    Now You're Our Only Hope To Make Our Life Well
    Please Comeback And Ring Again Our Happiness Bell


    To Be Continue..


    ©i_am_rafaq

  • abhishek_das 86w

    1 lit of water cost = Rs.10 (aprox)
    1 kg rice cost = Rs.36 (aprox)
    1 kg of Rice req =5000 lit of water
    So for producing 1 kg of rice
    = 10 × 5,000 = Rs.50,000
    So we invest Rs.50,000 to get Rs.36
    ©abhishek_das

  • preethi_damodaran 106w

    Whenever I feel tired, tedious or bored, I look at this place from my office window of the first floor.

    Before few months, when I joined the organization this place was left as a barren land for cattle ranching.. After this monsoon and the adequate rainfall, a canal appeared from a river nearby.

    Now the barren land become a crop land that's devoted to agriculture and the crops are ready to be harvested.

    P. S: It's always good to watch the transformation :-)


    #nature #land #river #transformation #dry #barren #fertile #cultivation #agriculture @mirakee #pod

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    Nature will find its Way

  • kishorefullythoughts 120w

    # రైతు బతుకు #

    అది పంటకు పెట్టిన నీరే
    కావచ్చు కానీ రైతు కన్నీరు
    కలిసింది కాబట్టే , ఆ పంట
    చేతికందింది . మన కడుపు
    నిండింది.కానీ తన కుటుంబం
    కడుపు కాలింది. చివరికి తన
    ప్రాణం పోయింది...........

    ©kishorefullythoughts

  • desi____malang 130w

    पैर हों जिनके मिट्टी में, दोनों हाथ कुदाल पर रहते हैं सर्दी , गर्मी या फिर बारिश, सब कुछ ही वे सहते हैं आसमान पर नज़र हमेशा, वे आंधी तूफ़ां सब सहते हैं खेतों में हरियाली आये, दिन और रात लगे रहते हैं मेहनत कर वे अन्न उगाते, पेट सभी का भरते हैं वो है मसीहा मेहनत का, उसको किसान हम कहते हैं
    ©desi___malang

  • javid__sameer 130w

    The farmer

    The soul that wakes along with the sun,
    The sun rises in the east
    But this soul rises Like a beast,
    The sun comes to middle at the noon
    But this soul visits bank for the loan,
    The sun sets in the west
    But this soul sets only after the harvest.

    The soul that craves for the rain,
    The soul that cares for the grain,
    The soul that carries much pain,
    The soul that is lavished with humanity,
    The soul that needs more dignity.

    Without water many fields are dark,
    Then,what is the need for theme park?
    ©javid__sameer