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Food saving moves commended
Irish Examiner

Whither food security?

According to the Food and Agriculture Organi-sation (FAO), "Food security exists when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food that meets the dietary needs and food preferences for an active ... Financial Express Bangladesh, 1 week ago
Southeast Asia animal disease strategy mapped out Animal Pharm News, 1 week ago
Food saving moves commended Irish Examiner, 2 weeks ago
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Bird Flu confirmed in Ghana

Accra, June 10, GNA - The Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) says samples sent to the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) reference laboratory in Italy has affirmed the outbreak of bird flu in four farms within the Greater Accra Region. ...
 Modern Ghana3 weeks ago
Feed and Grain

Prices of agri products to continue fall

UNITED NATIONS: The United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) has projected that prices of major agricultural products will continue their gradual decline over the coming decade due to a combination of strong crop yields, higher ...
 DAWN Group21 hours ago Livestock feed to overtake biofuel in grain demand growth - FAO/OECD  Reuters1 day ago 10. Livestock Feed to Overtake Biofuel in Grain Demand Growth  Feed and Grain5 hours ago REUTERS - Livestock feed to overtake biofuel in grain demand growth - FAO/OECD  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago
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Irish Times

BSE cow had not entered food chain, says Simon Coveney

Taoiseach: case of disease a disappointment, to put it mildly Topics: News Department Of Agriculture World Organisation For Animal Health More Topics Thu, Jun 11, 2015, 15:51 First published: Thu, Jun 11, 2015, 12:45 Minister for Agriculture Simon ...
 Irish Times3 weeks ago Tests on BSE cow confirm it was an isolated case  RTE Online1 week ago No concerns over animal feed as Irish BSE case confirmed  FG Insight6 days ago Positive BSE test should not damage export market  Irish Examiner2 weeks ago
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Times of India

Thai pledge more assistance to Nepal

KATHMANDU, JUN 08 - The Thai ambassador to Nepal, Vutti Vuttisant, and the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation's (FAO) representative to Nepal, Somsak Pipoppinyo, jointly paid a courtesy call to the Minister for Agricultural Development Hari ...
 Kathmandu Post3 weeks ago Nepal needs USD 20-mn to resume agriculture: FAO  Press Trust of India1 week ago Quake-hit Nepal needs $20m to stave off food security threat  Oman Tribune1 week ago Quake-hit Nepal needs $20 million to resume agriculture: FAO  Times of India1 week ago
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Irish Independent

State may lose negligible risk status if BSE case confirmed

World Organisation for Animal Health thanks Minister for being upfront Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney said there has been no impact on beef prices and we are pretty confident that all of the new markets we have opened and the ambition that ...
 Irish Times2 weeks ago Department Of Agriculture Confirms Suspected Case Of BSE  Checkout2 weeks ago Ireland's high food standards remain intact despite potential BSE case Ó Cuív  Noodls2 weeks ago No human risk from suspected BSE case  Farming Life2 weeks ago
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Botswana: MOA Launches Bio-Security Project

Gaborone — The Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) has partnered with Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) in an effort to raise awareness on issues of imports and exports. This was revealed during the launching of the initiative funded to the tune ...
 AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago MOA Launches Bio-Security Project  Individual.com3 weeks ago
Greens EFA

MEPs vote to extend clone ban to offspring

Environment & Agriculture MEPs have called on the Commission to extend a plan to ban the cloning of animals for food to their reproductive material, offspring and derived products. In a vote taken this week, Environment and Agriculture MEPs called ...
 Irish Farmers Journal Interactive1 week ago Join the Food Revolution Newsletter - Issue n°13 June 2015  Greens EFA1 week ago Cloning for farming purposes - Greens ask for a ban on food from descendants of cloned animals  Greens EFA2 weeks ago Goyens: EU law on animal cloning 'falls short of consumers expectations'  EurActiv.com3 weeks ago

Minister Coveney Announces €100,000 in Funding for New Dog Microchipping Initiative

Speaking at the Animal Welfare conference held in Farmleigh today, the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, announced his Department was providing funding of €100,000 towards a new Dog Microchipping initiative. In ...
 Department of Agriculture and Food2 weeks ago
AlertNet

Beware of animal diseases as biological weapons, health experts say

PARIS, June 30 The World Health Organisation, animal health and national defence officers called on Tuesday for wider international cooperation to avoid the spread of animal diseases that could be used as biological weapons. Sixty percent of human ...
 Reuters UK2 days ago The next frontier in biological weapons?  IOL1 day ago
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