1. Introducing BOOMCHICKAPUFF!

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    BOOMCHICKAPUFFs are packed with ancient grains, quinoa and sorghum, and made with real ingredients. Finally, a puff that is packed with better-for-you ingredients, gluten-free, made with non-GMO corn, quinoa and sorghum AND tastes great. Get your snackpuffery on.

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    • SORGHUM: NOT YOUR AVERAGE MOLASSES

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      Story of Haywood County sorghum molasses making. By Gabrielle Holodnak and Nadia Marti, students in a Warren Wilson College documentary class.

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      • SORGHUM: NOT YOUR AVERAGE MOLASSES

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        Story of Haywood County sorghum molasses making. By Gabrielle Holodnak and Nadia Marti, students in a Warren Wilson College documentary class.

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        • SORGHUM: NOT YOUR AVERAGE MOLASSES

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          Story of Haywood County sorghum molasses making. By Gabrielle Holodnak and Nadia Marti, students in a Warren Wilson College documentary class.

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          • time-lapse: sorgo en Uruguay

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            Cultivo de sorgo en el departamento de Flores, Uruguay Zona5 films Prod.: Pablo Rocca DP: Aldo Gerpe Post: Punk

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            • Farming's future generation

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              Mitch Faint emerges through a cloud of red dust, stirred up from the tractor he is driving. He commands the vehicle like a farmer with decades of experience, which isn’t far off the case because he’s been learning the ways of the land since he’s been able to walk. This is the new generation of farmer in Australia: young men and women who have been born into agricultural dynasties that most of their counterparts are fleeing from. 19-year-old Mitch grew up in central Queensland and is following in the footsteps of his father Ross. His brother moved to a larger city many years ago, yet Mitch made the conscious decision to maintain and develop the family sorghum and cattle farming business in Clermont; a job he has been groomed for since birth. “I just have a passion for it,” Mitch explains “I just love being out on the land.. I just couldn’t really picture myself being in the city.” The family property is situated in the middle of the Galilee and Bowen Basin mining developments, where agriculture has had a strong place in the community for over a century. But the presence of young farmers is not as strong as it was just a few short decades ago. Both Mitch and Ross believe that isolation is a big factor driving young people out of town and off the land. “It’s a tough life, isolating in some cases and the rewards don’t always reflect the effort,” says Ross. Ross also thinks that there are many attractive opportunities outside of agriculture luring the next generation of farmers away from the industry. Mining is a prolific example of this. The high school graduates born into farming families, who aren’t planning a city escape route, choose to stay in central Queensland to make the big bucks by entering the mining industry. Few stay behind to work the land. Yet soil runs through his son Mitch’s veins. Waking each day before the first light has stretched its’ golden rays across the vast central Queensland sky, Mitch tends to the daily tasks of a farmer. These tasks change depending on the time of year: mustering, harvesting, clearing remnants of scrap metal from the shed and baiting feral pigs are all part and parcel of life. As difficult as this work may sound, Mitch loves it. “It’s all laid back and casual. It suits me very well.” He’s already planning big for the future when he will eventually take over the business, wanting to buy more land and expand operations. And, while succession issues plague the minds of many farming families, Ross is happy to see Mitch carry on the family tradition.

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              • Pioneer Sorghum - The Perfect Seed

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                Pioneer is the world leader in plant breeding technology, investing millions of dollars each year to create more valuable seed products. The brief was to strengthen Pioneer’s image as the “best” grain sorghum supplier and instil confidence that Pioneer sorghum products are the best option for farmers. The campaign needed to build trust, create genuine interest and demonstrate real results. Creative Director: Ben Maunder DOP: Ron Johanson Film Production: Black Lab

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                • Luzhou Liberates the Chinese Spirit in London

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                  At a well-attended gathering of the Chinese business and media community at Melia White House in Central London, Mr Ming Xie, Chairman of Luzhou, released the spirit of China into the ether of the United Kingdom, with an enthusiastic dedication and introductory speech. ‘Wherever you’ll find Chinese, you’ll find Luzhou Laojiao’ he declared,’ Lujo is synonymous with China, wherever you are’. Luzhou Laojiao (LZLJ) or Lujo (as we know it in UK), the iconic Chinese liquor, was finally unleashed, to excited revellers, among videos, classical music and generous toasts. To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/71400514-ming-xie-luzhou-chinese-spirit-london

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                  • Sorghum

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                    This film was shot in the fall of 1982 on 16mm film and documents the dying art of making sorghum molasses. The film, shot in Salem SC, was my student project and was part of the requirements for my cinema degree at Bob Jones University. Although the quality of the picture and sound are lacking, our filmmaking style remains the same, and the beauty of the story of these mountain people shines through.

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                    • The Field Day on the technology of cultivation of sorghum (September 10, 2013)

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                      September 10, 2013 at the Regional Research and Training Center of Mykolayiv NAU Field Day on the technology of cultivation of sorghum was held. The event was attended by the regional administration, representatives of the leading companies in the production and sale of seeds of sorghum from the USA, France, India, Russia, Hungary, Moldova, as well as national sorghum breeding centers and producers from 10 regions of Ukraine and Crimea. Participants had the opportunity to compare the available varieties and hybrids with modern achievements. At the demonstration fields 180 undergraduate and graduate students of the University had their practical tasks and experiments with sorghum. Each of the varieties was assigned to a student who was leading it from sowing to harvesting. According to Ukrainian and foreign experts, a collection of nearly 100 varieties and hybrids of sorghum (broomcorn, sugar sorghum, sudanese sorghum) is the best in Ukraine. Mykolayiv NAU has an industry field of sorghum besides the research fields. After visiting the demonstration field, participants took part in the Round table discussion "Sorghum is the culture of great opportunities". Representatives of foreign companies, breeders and all participants expressed a unanimous desire to develop and improve international cooperation. It was planned to transform the Demonstration fields into the Research and Production training ground next year, where they are going to practice sophisticated technology of cultivation, protection and harvesting vegetables and sorghum. See more at http://int.mnau.edu.ua/en/the-offer-of-cooperation.html The offer of cooperation Taking into account the importance and value of information for attraction of the potential buyers and partners, we suggest you also use our possibilities for this purpose. NNAU already has experience of such events, which can become a launching pad for further development and the finding a new directions for business. We can provide space for the event (including cropland, advertising space, modern rooms for the final conference), the target audience (farmers, would-be entrepreneurs, representatives of regional and local authorities, students etc.), scientific and information support. 1320 hectares of arable land make up 16 experimental fields with variable land composition and terrain features. It allows us to recreate any conditions that may occur within our climatic region. Scientists from our faculties of agronomy and biotechnology can conduct research and accurately gather scientific data, providing you with necessary information for your R&D and marketing departments. We can perform the soil analysis, weather and climatic conditions analysis, plant analysis, phytosanitary analysis, and productivity analysis. Basically, we offer you a way to outsource some of your research and development tasks while increasing the depth and the scope of the research by using our research facilities. Contact person: Viktor Vyshkvarkov Head of the International Office Mykolayiv National Agrarian University +38 0512 582959 international@mnau.edu.ua

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