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Thursday, October 23, 2014
View news from Global Russia Most Active in WTO Over Animal Health and Food Safety
ANALYSIS - In just over two years since joining the World Trade Organization in August 2012, Russia has become one of the most active members of the body dealing food safety and animal health issues – the Sanitary and Phytosanitary Committee....
View news from Ireland Irish Milk Production Already Seven per cent Over Quota
IRELAND - The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, has said that the total volume of milk supplies up to the end of September 2014, taking into account the relevant butterfat adjustment, leave Ireland 6.93 per cent over-quota....
View news from Australia Theileriosis Disease Discovered in Australian Cattle
AUSTRALIA - Biosecurity SA has identified the cattle disease Theileriosis in South Australia at a farm in the State’s south-east....
View news from Global Call for US to Comply with WTO Ruling
US/CANADA - The Canadian government has called on the US to end its “protectionist policy” and comply with the World Trade Organization’s decision over Country of Origin Labelling....
View news from United States CME: Celebrations For Long Serving USDA Chairman
US - Many members of the market analyst community joined together Monday to honor long time USDA World Agricultural Outlook Board Chairman Dr Jerry Bange’s devoted service to US agriculture, writes Steve Meyer and Len Steiner....
View news from Mexico Bachoco Reports Strong Performance in Third Quarter
MEXICO - Commenting on the company's third-quarter results, just published, Industrias Bachoco's CEO reports that stable supply and lower costs in Mexico and the US contributed to higher profits and gross margin than a year ago....
View news from United Kingdom £5 Million Boost for Food Security
UK - £5 million is being invested in UK businesses and universities to combat some of the world's greatest agricultural challenges such as food security and sustainability, weed control and livestock disease....
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
View news from Global WTO Finds US COOL Restricts Beef, Pork Trade
GLOBAL - The World Trade Organization has found that amendments made to its Country of Origin Labelling Rules have made them more restrictive for countries such as Canada and Mexico rather than simplifying them....
View news from United Kingdom Animal Pychology in Focus at Agricultural Safety Workshop
UK - Agricultural workers can get an insight into animal psychology as part of efforts to improve farm safety while handling cattle....
View news from Global Second Successive Year of Grain Surpluses
ANALYSIS - This year will see the second successive year of global grain surpluses....
View news from United Kingdom Retailers Urged Not to Make Dairy Farmers Pay for Cut Price Milk
UK - With mounting concern over the falling milk price on global markets, the National Farmers Union (NFU) dairy board chairman Rob Harrison has issued a rallying call to processors, retailers, and policy makers both in the UK and the EU to work together...
View news from Russian Federation Russia Extends EU Food Import Ban on Safety Grounds
RUSSIA - Rosselkhoznadzor as announced the introduction of temporary restrictions on the import of some meat products from the European Union....
View news from United Kingdom Over-grooming Risks Apply to Animals as well as Humans
UK - Over-grooming fingernails and toenails could potentially lead to serious nail conditions. Experts from Nottingham University's School of Veterinary Medicine and Science say that this research will improve understanding of disease in the hooves of...
View news from Netherlands Nutreco Sees Revenues Fall
NETHERLANDS - Dutch based animal nutrition, feed and meat company saw its revenue in the third quarter of the year fall by 4.1 per cent to €1,428.9 million....
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
View news from European Union Bluetongue Strikes in Montenegro, Hungary
EUROPE – Montenegro and Hungary are the latest nations to confirm Bluetongue virus outbreaks, joining a growing list of infected countries in the Balkans region....
View news from United Kingdom Cornish Dairy Beats Giants in Butter Competition
UK - Trewithen Dairy is celebrating a major national achievement after beating a major national brand to take Gold in The Grocer New Product Awards. ...
View news from India India's First Cattle Welfare Guidelines: What Do They Mean?
INDIA - A new national welfare code will set a baseline for keeping livestock in India, World Animal Protection told TheCattleSite in an interview. ...
View news from United States Transdermal Pour-on Solution Offers Novel Application
US - MSD Animal Health today introduced a transdermal pour-on solution which delivers consistent efficacy proven to reduce pyrexia (fever) associated with bovine respiratory disease (BRD). ...
View news from United States Learning From Weathermen: How Are Cattle Dictated By Weather?
US - Decades of government data is offering an insight into how seasonal weather has dictated cattle production. ...
View news from United Kingdom Food Labels Can Reduce Environmental Impacts of Livestock
US - With global food demand expected to outpace the availability of water by the year 2050, consumers can make a big difference in reducing the water used in livestock production....
View news from China Chinese Food Prices Show Slight Fall
CHINA – Chinese farm produce prices fell slightly in the second week of October, according to a survey of prices in 36 medium and large cities by the Ministry of Commerce....
View news from United States CME: Beef/Dairy Cow Slaughter Lower than Expected
US - The turkey business struggled mightly in the wake of the 2012 crop, writes Steve Meyer and Len Steiner. ...
View news from Netherlands Nutreco Agrees to Offer from SHV
THE NETHERLANDS - SHV and Nutreco are together recommending a cash offer of €40 per share for all shares of Nutreco....
Monday, October 20, 2014
View news from Ireland Farm Group Hits Out at Glanbia Milk Cuts
IRELAND – Cuts made by Irish dairy processor Glanbia are ‘unfair, unsustainable and unacceptable’, says an Irish Farmers’ Association spokesperson....
View news from Algeria Flow of French Cattle to Algeria Resumes
ALGERIA – Live French cattle imports into Algeria have recommenced after stabilization of a foot and mouth disease outbreak confirmed this summer....
View news from Korea, South Highlights from the World Organisation for Animal Health Conference
SOUTH KOREA - The third Global Conference of Reference Centres of the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) was held in Incheon (Seoul), Korea (Rep. of) from 14 to 16 October 2014....
View news from United Kingdom Animal Welfare Research Training Scholarship Available
UK - The Humane Slaughter Association (HSA) is inviting applications for an Animal Welfare Research Training Scholarship to enable a promising veterinary graduate to undertake a three-year programme of research leading to a PhD degree....
View news from United States Bumper Soybean and Corn Harvests Ahead
US - Corn prices are going to be almost $3.50 below two years ago after a record crop, analysts are predicting. ...
 
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