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07 September 2012
View news from France Minimising Pain in Farm Animals
FRANCE - Recently, the French National Institute for Agricultural Research appointed an expert committee to review the issue of pain in food-producing farm animals. To minimise pain, the authors developed a ‘3S’ approach accounting for ‘Suppress,...
21 August 2012
View news from France Biomin.net Now Available in French
FRANCE - BIOMIN has now launched a French version of the corporate website www.biomin.net....
25 June 2012
View news from France Energy Costs Savings of Spray Drying Dairy Products
FRANCE - Different uses of current technologies can help reduce energy costs of spray drying of dairy products and enhance functional properties of dairy powders according to IDF and INRA expert Pierre Schuck. ...
12 June 2012
View news from France Global Protein Market in State of Structural Change
FRANCE - The world is no longer one of structural surpluses, it is a world of structural scarcity David Nelson, a global strategist with Rabobank's Food and Agribusiness Research and Advisory Group told the World Meat Congress in Paris last week, writes...
11 June 2012
View news from France France MilkBoard Expands
FRANCE - As milk producers and companies in France are now obliged by law to conclude contracts, the expansion of a producer organisation like France MilkBoard is even more important, writes Paul de Montvalont from the Office du Lait. ...
08 June 2012
View news from France WMC - Industry Warned over Unintended Consequences of Changes
FRANCE - The global meat industry was warned to take a lesson to from the decline of the horse slaughter industry in the US at the World Meat Congress in Paris this week, writes Chris Harris. ...
06 June 2012
View news from France Sustainability Theme to World Meat Congress
FRANCE - The World Meat Congress opened its doors on Tuesday (5 June) with its eyes firmly set on the subject of sustainable production, writes Chris Harris in Paris. ...
View news from France Meat Congress Meets Challenges to Global Industry
FRANCE - The global meat industry has two main challenges - to meet the growing world demand for food and the challenge to meet environmental concerns, writes Chris Harris from the World Meat Congress in Paris. ...
View news from France WMC - IMS in Partnership with FAO on Livestock Emissions
FRANCE - The International Meat Secretariat is to join forces with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations to establish global standards to assessing the impacts of greenhouse gas emissions caused by livestock production, writes Chris...
23 May 2012
View news from France OIE: More Schmallenberg Outbreaks Reported
FRANCE - Sixty-nine more outbreaks of Schmallenberg virus have been reported to the OIE....
10 May 2012
View news from France Veterinarians Demand Faster Diagnostics
FRANCE - Speed and accuracy are the key features that veterinarians and farmers want from diagnostic tests, a new Europe wide survey has revealed. ...
View news from France OIE: Brucellosis Outbreaks Reported in France
FRANCE - Brucella abortus and Brucella melitensis outbreaks have been reported to the OIE....
12 April 2012
View news from France Five Year Compulsory Milk Contracts Excessive
FRANCE - With the French presidential elections coming up at the end of April, the French Milk Producers Association (APLI) has written to President Nicolas Sarkozy highlighting the problems with obligatory milk contracts....
19 March 2012
View news from France France Looks to Compensate Schmallenberg Victims
FRANCE - Livestock professionals met with Agriculture Minister Bruno Le Maire last week to discuss the Schmallenberg situation in France. ...
13 March 2012
View news from France Stunning the Rule, Ritual Slaughter the Exception
FRANCE - When it comes to slaughter, stunning is the rule, ritual slaughter is the exception, said Agriculture Minister Bruno Le Maire, when shedding the light on the practice of ritual slaughter in France. ...
07 March 2012
View news from France Cattle Are Not a Reservoir for New STEC
FRANCE - Researchers have found that cattle are not a reservoir for the new highly virulent enteroaggregative Shiga toxin–producing Escherichia coli of (STEC) O104:H4, which was the cause of an outbreak of foodborne disease from sprouts in Europe last...
View news from France Life Technologies Acquires LSI
FRANCE - Life Technologies Corporation has announced it has acquired Laboratoire Service International (LSI), a French-based manufacturer of animal health diagnostics. ...
06 March 2012
View news from France IFA Meet French, Italian & Spainish on CAP 2013
IRELAND - Irish Farmers' Association President John Bryan and National Livestock Chairman Henry Burns discussed changes to the Ciolos CAP 2013 proposals for the livestock sector at a high level meeting with their French, Italian and Spanish colleagues...
02 March 2012
View news from France Decline in French Cattle Numbers in 2011
FRANCE - French cattle numbers in November 2011 were down three per cent year-on-year, with both dairy and beef herds back one per cent and two per cent, respectively, reports Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA). ...
22 February 2012
View news from France Senoble & Agrial Merge to Create Senagral
FRANCE - The European Commission cleared under the EU Merger Regulation the proposed creation of SENAGRAL, a joint venture to be controlled by SENOBLE and AGRIAL, two French companies operating in the dairy sector. ...
13 February 2012
View news from France Plant Breeding Breakthroughs to Reduce Soy Imports
FRANCE - France ranks above average in being protein-independent for the feed sector among European Union (EU) Member States. While soybean meal consumption has remained relatively stable at four million metric tons (MT) annually over the past 25 years,...
08 February 2012
View news from France Schmallenberg Update in France
FRANCE - Veterinarians met with Bruno Le Maire, Minister of Agriculture last week to give an update on the detection of Schmallenberg virus in Northern France....
03 February 2012
View news from France New Decree on Ritual Slaughter in France
FRANCE - Ritual slaughter without stunning in France, whether for the Muslim or Jewish community, has been a subject of some very heated debate, writes Bernadette Byrne from the Paris Office of Bord Bia Irish Food Board. ...
31 January 2012
View news from France Schmallenberg Virus Spreads to France
FRANCE - The Schmallenberg virus has spread further and has now been detected on a farm in the NorthEast of France....
10 January 2012
View news from France Packed Agenda for World Meat Congress
FRANCE - The role of the meat industry as it affects the environment, animal welfare and human health are three of the main themes for the World Meat Congress in Paris in June....
04 January 2012
View news from France Changes To Milk Management Quotas
FRANCE - The French Agricultural Ministry has said that milk producers are able to exceed their 2011/2012 milk quota by up to two per cent, without being penalised....
05 December 2011
View news from France France Opposes Use Of Animal Meal
FRANCE - As long as Bruno Le Maire is Minister of Agriculture and Food, animal meal will not be reintroduced in France. ...
25 November 2011
View news from France Symposium To Discuss Dairy Powder Functionality
FRANCE - Call for papers, posters and registration for the forthcoming IDF/INRA International Symposium on Spray Dried Dairy Products will be held in Saint-Malo/France from 19 to 21 June 2012....
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