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10. Livestock Feed to Overtake Biofuel in Grain Demand Growth
Feed and Grain

Asean finalising livestock sector action plan

Share this: BANGKOK: ASEAN member countries, in collaboration with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), are finalising an ASEAN strategic plan of action for livestock sector 20162020. Livestock development is one of the top ... Borneo Post Online, 4 days ago
Prices of agri products to continue fall DAWN Group, 3 weeks ago
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Modern Ghana

FAO calls for $20 million to prevent spread of AI in Africa

The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) calls for $20 million to prevent the spread of avian influenza in West Africa. The call follows outbreaks of the virus in poultry farms, markets and family holdings in Nigeria, ...
 WorldPoultry.net3 hours ago FAO asks for $20m to prevent avian flu in West Africa  Ghana Business News1 week ago FAO calls for 20 million dollars to prevent avian flu in West Africa  Modern Ghana1 week ago Combating the menace of avian flu in West Africa  VibeGhana.com6 days ago
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Hindustan Times

Farm to Fork Food Fair

The Gozo Confederation for Agriculture and Fisheries organised the first , a weekend of activities, including food, free tastings, exclusive Maltese delicacies, entertainment by Astra, Aurora, Tal-Fuklar and Ta Saguna folk groups, tours and ...
 Times of Malta2 days ago Is your food safe and hygienic? Find out  Economic Times1 week ago Bulletin Board - Course for food entrepreneurs  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Success of Make in India rests on growth of all sectors: Sadhvi Niranjan  The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago
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WTO puts the spotlight on food safety

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) committee dealing with food safety, animal and plant health, heard a record number of specific trade concerns when it met last week. A total of eight new trade concerns were raised at the meeting and 16 measures ...
 Food Magazine Australia6 days ago WTO's SPS committee hears record number of trade concerns  Engineering News6 days ago
Irish Times

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 Times1 month ago Louth BSE test results due on Thursday  Irish Times1 month ago Results of suspected BSE case to be announced today  Irish Times1 month ago Test results from suspected BSE case due later this week  Irish Times1 month ago

ABU DHABI, 20th July 2015 (WAM) — The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) ...

Based on what we do know, there is a real risk of further virus spread, FAO quoted Juan Lubroth, chief of the Rome-based agency's Animal Health Service Division as saying in a press release. Urgent action is needed to strengthen veterinary ...
 Federation of Arab News Agencies1 week ago Nigeria: 'To Keep Bird Flu Out, Use Bio-Security'  AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago 'To Keep Bird Flu Out, Use Bio-Security' [interview]  Individual.com2 weeks ago
Vanguard

New report projects steady decline in food prices over next decade

Anew report issued by the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said the real prices for global agricultural products would continue their gradual decline over the coming ...
 Vanguard3 weeks ago OECD, FAO: Farm Product Prices to Fall Over Next Decade  ICTSD2 weeks ago Huge opportunities for agriculture growth in West Africa: FAO (Report)  African Business Central1 week ago Global food prices set to decline  Irish Examiner3 weeks ago
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Animal Pharm News

FAO appeals for $20m to fight H5N1 in West Africa

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) is asking theinternational community for $20 million to fight avian flu which is breakingout across West Africa and threatening food security in the region. The Rome-based FAO said fears are growing that ...
 Animal Pharm News6 days ago FAO seeks $20m to fight bird flu in West Africa  Africa Review1 week ago Call for $20m fund to halt bird flu spread in West Africa  Farmers Weekly Interactive1 week ago FAO seeks $20m to contain fresh bird flu outbreak in W-Africa  Vanguard1 week ago
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UN agency calls for US$20 million to halt spread of highly virulent avian flu in West Africa

Pictures Videos ABU DHABI, 20th July 2015 (WAM) --- The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) today warned that without timely intervention "to stop it in its tracks," outbreaks of the highly virulent avian flu virus H5N1, ...
 WAM.ae1 week ago
Oxfam International

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 month ago Join the Food Revolution Newsletter - Issue n°13 June 2015  Greens EFA1 month ago A win for food security: EU caps biofuels from food  Oxfam International1 week ago Cloning for farming purposes - Greens ask for a ban on food from descendants of cloned animals  Greens EFA1 month ago
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