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31 March 2015
View news from Ireland “Positive” Trade Deal to Hurt Irish Beef Sector
IRELAND – The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will benefit the Irish economy as a whole but is bad news for beef farmers, concludes an impact assessment....
View news from Australia Australian Cattle Liquidation Cannot Continue
AUSTRALIA – Australian cattle liquidation cannot continue and beef supplies will be tight without short term expansion, say agribusiness analysts at Rabobank....
View news from United Kingdom Funding to Improve Scotland's Beef Herd
SCOTLAND, UK - Plans have been announced by the Scottish Government to improve the efficiency, sustainability and quality of the beef industry....
View news from United Kingdom NOAH Calls for Evidence-based Decisions on Future Legislation
UK - The UK industry body for veterinary medicines, the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) has called for backing for the EU regulations and changes that will increase availability of medicines for animal health and welfare....
30 March 2015
View news from New Zealand Bacteria Can Fight Forage-Destroying Plantain Moth
NEW ZEALAND - Scientists at AgResearch have found that naturally-occurring bacteria can be used to fight the emerging insect pest known as the plantain moth....
View news from Korea, South South Korea Imports Vaccine After FMD Outbreaks
SOUTH KOREA - The government continues with efforts to control Foot & Mouth Disease (FMD) in swine and cattle....
View news from France OIE Joins World Health Day Celebrations
FRANCE - The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) will be involved in the launch of World Health Day 2015, to be held on 7 April....
View news from Global Water Management Crucial for Sustainable Food
GLOBAL - We will need 55 per cent more water in 2050, meaning a 40 per cent shortfall, a United National report predicts. ...
View news from United States Cattle Outlook: Figures Show Record February for Retail Beef
US - Grocery stores were asking over 75 cents more per pound of fresh beef this February than last, according to a weekly review by University of Missouri professors. ...
View news from Australia MLA: Australian Cattle Markets Firm
AUSTRALIA - Buyers were competing in a firm to dearer market at cattle yards in Australia this week, wrote analysts at Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA)....
27 March 2015
View news from India Haryana Second Indian State to Ban Beef Sale
INDIA - A state in North West India has become the second to ban cow slaughter and beef sales, following Maharashtra earlier in the month....
View news from United Kingdom UK Public Confused Over Farm Drugs
UK - Most UK consumers think their farmers use growth hormones and that antibiotics in livestock make drugs less effective for people. ...
View news from United States COOL No Impact on Canadian Cattle Trade, Says Report
US - The President of the US National Farmers Union recently presented the findings of a study into the effects of Country-of-Origin Labelling (COOL) on cattle trading with Canada....
View news from United States Canada Remains Top Destination for High Value US Ag Exports
US - In 2014, Canada remained the top destination for US exports of high-value agricultural products, with a total of $17.2 billion....
View news from Germany Resource Efficiency Theme to Anuga FoodTec
GERMANY - Resource efficiency is the central theme of the Anuga FoodTec exhibition that opened in Cologne, Germany this week....
View news from United Kingdom Opportunities for Red Meat Exports to China in Spotlight
UK - Future exports of beef and lamb to China could mirror the successful blueprint of pork and benefit the entire supply chain, according to EBLEX....
View news from India Mumbai to Get Cow Re-hab Centre
INDIA- In order to rehabilitate old cows, bulls and bullocks, Maharashtra state will be setting up Gokul Gram (cattle rehabilitation centre) at Aarey Milk Colony, Mumbai. ...
26 March 2015
View news from United States Sustainability Roundtable Important in Colorado
US - Being on board with a national sustainability drive from its inception means a great deal to a producer organisation....
View news from Global 80 Per Cent of Livestock Producing Regions Face High Threats from Mycotoxins
GLOBAL - Mycotoxin-related threats to livestock production are severe or high in 80 per cent of regions worldwide according to the latest BIOMIN Mycotoxin Survey. Those areas registered three or more major mycotoxins at concentration levels known to cause...
View news from United States CME: Latest USDA Report has Bearish Implications for Beef, Pork and Chicken
US - USDA released on Monday, March 23, the results of its monthly survey of refrigerated warehouses and we think the results have bearish implications for beef, pork and chicken, write Steve Meyer and Len Steiner. ...
View news from United Kingdom Agriculture Industries Call for Future Growth, Sustainability
UK - The Agriculture Industries Confederation (AIC) is urging the next Government to pursue growth and sustainability....
25 March 2015
View news from Kenya Lesser Parasites Could Hold Fever Vaccine Answer
AFRICA – East Coast Fever is far less deadly to calves if the host becomes simultaneously infected with a much less potent tick-borne infection....
View news from Global Antimicrobial Resistance – Who is Responsible?
ANALYSIS - Misuse and overuse of antimicrobials has been linked to the emergence and spread of organisms resistant to them, rendering treatments obsolete and threatening public health....
View news from United States A Growing Interest in Forage Sorghum
US - Continued research on sorghum could help cattle producers diversify their feedstuffs....
View news from United Kingdom Lupins Could Replace Imported Soya in Feeds
WALES, UK - Home grown lupins are as good as source of protein a imported soya, scientists at Aberystwyth University have shown....
View news from New Zealand Billions Could Be Saved in New Zealand Red Meat Sector
NEW ZEALAND - Savings of hundreds of millions, potentially billions of dollars can be made in New Zealand’s red meat sector through industry rationalisation and consolidation....
24 March 2015
View news from Vanuatu Cyclone Pam Destroys Crops in Vanuatu
VANUATU - Strong winds, heavy rains and floods resulting from Tropical Cyclone Pam have caused extensive damage to agriculture throughout Vanuatu, including the main food and export crops, livestock, and fisheries infrastructure, said the FAO....
View news from United States FDA Releases Draft Farm Feed Guidelines
US – A period of public comment is now open on draft guidelines on farm animal feed, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced....
 
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