Australia has been free of foot and mouth disease since 1872, but it is still considered the most serious biosecurity threat to Australia's agricultural industries. A widespread outbreak could cost the economy more than A$16 billion in the first 12 ... Beef Central, 2 months ago
Foot, mouth disease crippling livestock sector - Daily News TSN, 1 month ago
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A collaborative effort between the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Far Eastern University (FEU), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Tamaraw Conservation Programme (TCP) and indigenous Tau Buid Mangyan, the Tams-2 campaign ...WWF Philippines, 2 weeks ago
BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Commenting on news reports circulated in Palestinian media claiming an outbreak of peste des petits ruminants (PPR) in the Palestinian Territory, and the failure by the Ministry of Agriculture to provide farmers with the needed ...Ma'an News Agency, 2 weeks ago
A massive bottlenose dolphin die-off has spread south as the dolphins migrate. About 800 dolphins have died from morbillivirus. (Photo: Reuters) The massive dolphin die-off which began earlier this summer between New York and Virginia has moved ...International Science Times, 3 weeks ago
The FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization) has celebrated the World Food Day 0n 16 October 2013 under the theme, Healthy People Depend on Healthy Food Systems. Sudan Vision Senior Editor Alula Berhe Kidani took this opportunity and discussed with ...Sudan Vision Daily, 1 month ago
GLOBAL - The World Dairy Summit, while an important networking and discussion forum for processors, traders and policy makers, also hosted some leading bovine health and welfare experts. The Summit's Animal Health and Welfare session revealed that ...The Cattle Site, 1 month ago
Agriculture and development policy experts recommend a renewed focus onglobal public goods to meet growing demand for global food security Washington, D.C. - Experts are urging the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, ...Noodls, 1 month ago
By Roelof Bezuidenhout Eastern Cape game farmers have noticed that kudu bulls have become smaller, and theyre pleading for research to find out why. Last year, following reports from farmers that the population was dwindling, the provinces ...Farmer's Weekly, 1 month ago
By Roelof Bezuidenhout Game ranchers are unhappy with the idea of treating certain indigenous species as aliens, writes Roelof Bezuidenhout. The Department of Water and Environmental Affairs draft proposal to base its invasive species management ...Farmer's Weekly, 1 month ago
The National Veterinary Research Institute (NVRI) which used to produce about 75 per cent of animal vaccine in the country now produces less than 50 per cent because of lack of funds, Executive Director of the institute Dr Muhammed Sani Ahmed said. ...Individual.com, 1 month ago
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