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24 October 2014
View news from Germany Biomin: Dramatic Change Needed for Sustainability
GERMANY - The 6th World Nutrition Forum in Munich ended two full days of stimulating sessions with plenty of food-for-thought on issues of sustain:ability across a range of topics — from the animal sciences to management, economics and philosophy....
03 October 2014
View news from Germany Better Livestock Breeding Ahead for German Farmers
GERMANY – Livestock breeding decisions will be made easier through a state subsidised computer programme, the German government has announced....
25 September 2014
View news from Germany Mycotoxins a Hot Topic at the Upcoming World Nutrition Forum 2014
GERMANY - An expert panel session at the World Nutrition Forum will set the tone for emerging issues and critical research in the development of novel strategies to manage the worldwide mycotoxin menace. ...
24 September 2014
View news from Germany Germans Move to Beijing to Develop Product Exports
GERMANY - The country's milk and meat associations have set up a joint office in Beijing to help boost German product exports to China. ...
19 September 2014
View news from Germany More Land Fewer Harvests in Light of Climate Change
GERMANY - Most of the Earth’s agricultural land resources are already under cultivation. Climate change poses a huge challenge to global agriculture, but a new study by geographers at the Lugwig Maximilians University in Munich shows that some regions...
15 September 2014
View news from Germany EuroTier Offers Solutions for the Future
GERMANY - The world’s leading trade fair for animal husbandry professionals, EuroTier, will be presenting solutions for the future of agriculture at the Fairgrounds in Hanover from 11 to 14 November....
12 September 2014
View news from Germany EuroTier Offers Solutions for the Future
GERMANY - The world’s leading trade fair for animal husbandry professionals, EuroTier, will be presenting solutions for the future of agriculture at the Fairgrounds in Hanover from 11 to 14 November....
04 September 2014
View news from Germany Net Loss For Germany Farmers Continues
GERMANY – German dairy farmers were making a net loss in January and this continued into the spring, latest industry figures show....
03 September 2014
View news from Germany Slaughterhouse Praised for Welfare
GERMANY - Temple Grandin, the world-renowned American expert on animal welfare and animal behaviour, has highly praised the slaughterhouse of Vion Food in Crailsheim during an animal welfare training exercise for McDonald's....
12 August 2014
View news from Germany World Nutrition Forum: Exploring Sustain:Ability and Limits to Growth
GERMANY - Author and sought-after expert in climate issues, energy and scenario modeling, Professor Jorgen Randers will set the tone for discussions on the planet’s sustainability and what this means for the future of agriculture and livestock. ...
07 August 2014
View news from Germany Antibiotics Use Falls Again in Germany
GERMANY – Antibiotic use by veterinarians fell again in 2013, Federal Office data shows....
View news from Germany EuroTier 2014: Stands Already Booked by Over 2000 Exhibitors
GERMANY - The world’s largest trade fair for professional animal production, EuroTier 2014, will be held at the Exhibition Grounds in Hanover from 11 to 14 November 2014. The leading companies in the industry will be presenting a complete programme...
15 July 2014
View news from Germany German Farm Economics 'Significantly Worse' than March
GERMANY – German agriculture is suffering from a downturn in grain, dairy and cattle prices, while a drop in input costs and improving pork markets are benefiting some producers....
17 June 2014
View news from Germany Germans Lost Four Cents a Litre in January
GERMANY – German dairy farmers have, on average, made a loss of four cents per litre to start the year, new data shows....
13 May 2014
View news from Germany Dairy Farmers Are Cornerstone of Agriculture
GERMANY – Germany’s dairy farmers help support an “essential pillar” of the country’s agricultural production value, a dairy exports conference heard on Friday....
08 May 2014
View news from Germany Joint Action Needed to Tackle Massive Global Food Losses
GERMANY - Tackling the world’s massive food loss problem is a key to reducing hunger and poverty, but governments and companies must step up their collaboration on the issue, an international congress on food losses and waste heard today (7 May)....
02 May 2014
View news from Germany Germany Adjusts to New Animal Health Regulations
GERMANY – Greater responsibility now rests on farmers to improve farm biosecurity and prevent disease after a new government ruling was announced yesterday (1 May)....
25 April 2014
View news from Germany How Much Electricity Does One Cow Supply?
GERMANY - A total of 1000 kilowatt hours of electricity can be obtained in a year from the slurry of a single cow....
09 April 2014
View news from Germany New Regulations Come into Force to Reduce Antibiotic Use
GERMANY - From the beginning of April the German agricultural authorities have put in place a new regulation requiring livestock owners to report the amount of antibiotics they are giving their animals every six months....
07 April 2014
View news from Germany German Ag Ministers Call for End to Financing Extreme Confinement of Farm Animals
GERMANY - The Conference of German State Agriculture Ministers adopted a resolution calling on the German federal government to ensure that International Finance Institutions meet or exceed European Union animal welfare laws when funding agribusiness...
31 March 2014
View news from Germany Production to Resume at VION Bad Bramstedt
GERMANY - Four weeks on from ordering a shutdown at VION Bad Bramstedt GmbH, the Ministry of Energy, Agriculture, the Environment and Rural Areas (MELUR) in Schleswig-Holstein has lifted its temporary ban on production at the beef slaughter and processing...
27 February 2014
View news from Germany World Nutrition Forum Explores Sustainability in Munich
GERMANY - A premier platform for inspiring ideas and exchanging knowledge, the World Nutrition Forum 2014, sponsored by Biomin, looks set to kick-start another dynamic round in Munich this October....
26 February 2014
View news from Germany Germans Identify Second BSE Case
GERMANY – Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) has struck again in Germany, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) has reported....
10 February 2014
View news from Germany Germany Records Small Increase in Meat Production in 2013
GERMANY - In 2013, commercial meat production was just under 8.1 million tonnes, an increase of 0.4 per cent over the previous year, according to provisional but official German statistics, writes Jackie Linden. ...
View news from Germany German Ag Census: Fewer Farms But More Are Organic
GERMANY - Average farm size is now 59 hectares, according to the provisional results of the latest agricultural census, writes Jackie Linden. ...
22 January 2014
View news from Germany Resilient Farming Systems to Eradicate Hunger
GERMANY - Moves to encourage innovative and resilient farming systems have the potential to make a considerable contribution to improving food and nutrition security....
View news from Germany Call for Agricultural Action to Fight Global Hunger
GERMANY - An international call has been made for closer links between agricultural and food policies in the fight against global hunger....
View news from Germany Biofuels Benefits Highlighted at Berlin Green Week
GERMANY - Copa-Cogeca highlighted the major benefits of biofuels for the environment, for the economy, for animal feed, for growth and jobs in EU rural areas and called for a consistant EU policy at a major conference during Berlin Green Week. ...
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