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04 August 2016
View news from Global Big Price Increases at Global Dairy Trade Auction
GLOBAL - The Global Dairy Trade Price Index rose by 6.6 per cent this week, after being almost flat since the beginning of June....
28 July 2016
View news from Global Regional Livestock Policy Aims to Improve Exports for African Farmers
AFRICA - The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa), Africa's largest trading bloc has come up with a livestock development policy for its 19 members, writes Ian Nkala....
26 July 2016
View news from Global Molecular Biology Paves the Way for Gut Health Innovation in Livestock Sciences
GLOBAL - Several narrow, advanced fields of study that examine the cellular metabolism of living organisms are setting the foundations for genuine innovation relating to gut health and performance in animal production in the years ahead. Breakthroughs...
View news from Global Dairy Companies Look to Expand in Africa
GLOBAL - The world's dairy market shrank last year, with the Top 20 dairy companies taking slices of a smaller pie, highlights The Rabobank Global Dairy Top 20 2016....
25 July 2016
View news from Global What Does the Colour of Meat Tell You?
ANALYSIS – You just pulled a package of hamburger out of the refrigerator that you bought four days ago, and the colour looks darker that when you first bought it. Has it gone bad or is that normal?...
21 July 2016
View news from Global Global Dairy Trade Prices Unchanged
GLOBAL - This week's Global Dairy Trade auction on Tuesday showed no change in the GDT index of prices traded for dairy products....
View news from Global The Truth About Mycotoxin Binders
GLOBAL - Binding, or adsorbing, specific mycotoxins to limit their negative effects in livestock is a well-established method for mycotoxin deactivation. While a large number of binder products containing clay minerals such as bentonites are commercially...
15 July 2016
View news from Global Public Trust in Agriculture and Freedom to Operate
ANALYSIS - Trust is low in the Canadian food system, and this is giving consumers a previously unheard-of degree of input into on-farm and other food system practices, writes Treena Hein....
14 July 2016
View news from Global Dairy Prices Moving up, but Demand Still Weak, Rabobank Says
GLOBAL - Global deliveries of milk have started to fall, while dairy markets are showing only modest demand growth....
View news from Global Local Food Standards a Sticking Point in EU-US Free Trade Talks
GLOBAL - As free trade talks between EU and USA step up in the fourteenth round of negotiations, EU-wide agricultural organisation Copa and Cogeca said EU standards must be recognised in the transatlantic trade talks (known as TTIP)....
13 July 2016
View news from Global Milk Production Responding to Low Prices
GLOBAL - There are now solid signs that milk production is slowly responding to lower prices, according to the Irish Co-operative Organisation Society (ICOS)....
View news from Global Global Food Prices Increased Rapidly in June
GLOBAL - International food commodity prices shot up 4.2 per cent in June, their steepest monthly increase of the past four years....
12 July 2016
View news from Global BIOMIN Streamlines Digestarom Product Portfolio
GLOBAL - In an effort to focus on major livestock species, BIOMIN has streamlined the number of products within the Digestarom® phytogenic feed additive portfolio....
08 July 2016
View news from Global Average Global Dairy Farm Looks Different Than You Might Think
ANALYSIS - As of 2015, there are about 121 million dairy farmers around the world. When you think about why dairy and government policy are so closely linked, it’s because so many people are involved in milk production globally, said Torsten Hemme,...
View news from Global Trich Prevalence, Impact Discussed at World Buiatrics Congress
GLOBAL — Today’s World Buiatrics Congress (WBC) workshop focused on new bovine trichomoniasis (trich) research identifying prevalence in Mexican breeding bulls, the disease’s reproductive and economic impact, the role diagnostics play in disease...
05 July 2016
View news from Global Awards Recognise Dairy Welfare Progress
GLOBAL - Animal welfare group Compassion in World Farming has rewarded several top companies for their dairy cow welfare policies, in what they say is a tipping point towards better welfare....
View news from Global Global Food Prices Expected to Remain Flat in Coming Decade
GLOBAL - The recent period of high agricultural commodity prices is most likely over, say the OECD and FAO in their latest 10-year Outlook....
04 July 2016
View news from Global Rabobank: Global Beef Markets Face Volatility
GLOBAL - Global beef prices ticked up in quarter one of 2016 after declining for much of 2015, according to the Rabobank Global Beef Quarterly Q2 2016....
01 July 2016
View news from Global Grass to Save Cash
GLOBAL - Grass silage is an often overlooked alternative to purchased grain or corn (maize) silage that can support healthy, high-producing dairy herds while reducing feed costs—provided that it is ensiled correctly. Here’s how to use grass to save...
28 June 2016
View news from Global Expert: US Not Price Competitive in World Milk Market
ANALYSIS - The world milk price – it really can’t get any worse, so prepare for an upturn....
27 June 2016
View news from Global Heat Stress Management of Dairy Cows
GLOBAL - Lower production and other consequences of heat stress can begin at a temperature of just 22°C. Here are tips to cope with the challenge....
View news from Global For Agribusiness, Social Media Has Changed Everything Forever, Says Adrian Moss
GLOBAL - The feed and livestock industry is becoming increasingly aware of the opportunities and threats posed by social media....
22 June 2016
View news from Global EU Referendum: What Would Brexit Mean for Farming?
ANALYSIS – Since the referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU was announced, many stakeholders in agriculture from the UK and further afield have had a lot to say about whether the country should stay in or leave. Here is an overview of what the...
20 June 2016
View news from Global Five-Year Strategic Plan Approved by GRSB in Chicago
ANALYSIS – A five-year strategic plan was approved by a unanimous vote from the Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (GRSB) Board of Directors at the GRSB Semi-Annual Board Meeting in Chicago last month. ...
17 June 2016
View news from Global High Demand for Beef, Poultry Meat and Eggs in Africa Creates Opportunities
AFRICA - Demand for beef and other meat products remains strong in Africa, despite most producers in regions such as southern Africa and the Common Market for East and Southern Africa (COMESA) looking to grow exports into the European Union and other...
View news from Global World's Top 20 Milk Processors Named
GLOBAL - The world's top 20 processors collect 200 million tons milk equivalent (ME) per year, amounting to 25.4 per cent of milk produced worldwide....
16 June 2016
View news from Global Global Dairy Trade Prices Unchanged
GLOBAL - Prices at this week's Global Dairy Trade auction did not change from the previous event, with the average price at $2,339 (USD/MT, FAS)....
14 June 2016
View news from Global Dairy Researchers: Milk Market Recovery Possible This Year
GLOBAL - During the IFCN Dairy Conference, an annual think tank of researchers and analysts in the sector farm economics, dairy researchers and analysts agreed that milk price recovery in 2016 is possible....
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