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07 October 2011
View news from Israel OIE: Bluetongue Reported In Israel
ISRAEL - An outbreak of Bluetongue has been reported to the OIE by Dr Nadav Galon, Director, Veterinary Services and Animal Health, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, BET DAGAN, Israel....
07 September 2011
View news from Israel OIE: FMD Reported In Israel
ISRAEL - New cases of Foot and Mouth disease (FMD) have been reported to OIE by Dr Nadav Galon, Director, Veterinary Services and Animal Health, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, BET DAGAN, Israel. ...
08 July 2011
View news from Israel Israel Reports Two New FMD Outbreaks
ISRAEL - The Israeli veterinary authorities have reported two news outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Hazafon....
22 June 2011
View news from Israel Israel Reports Four More FMD Outbreaks
ISRAEL - The Israeli veterinary authorities have reported four new outbreaks of foot and mouth disease (FMD) in Hafazon and Haifa, affecting cattle and sheep....
15 June 2011
View news from Israel Israel Reports More FMD Outbreaks
ISRAEL - The Israeli veterinary authorities have reported four new outbreaks of foot and mouth disease in cattle, sheep and goats....
19 May 2011
View news from Israel Israel Reports Three New FMD Outbreaks
ISRAEL - The Israeli veterinary authorities have reported three new outbreaks of foot and mouth disease in cattle and sheep....
03 May 2011
View news from Israel Israel Reports FMD Outbreak in Cattle
ISRAEL - The Israeli veterinary authorities have reported two outbreaks of foot and mouth disease in Hazafon....
11 March 2011
View news from Israel Cattle in Israel Affected by FMD
ISRAEL - Dairy cows and fattening calves have been affected by the foot and mouth disease virus, the country's veterinary authorities report....
05 July 2010
View news from Israel Heat Stress Reduces Milk Yields
ISRAEL - Acute heat stress in dairy cows will reduce milk secretion by up-regulating the activity of the milk-borne negative feedback regulatory system, according to a study by the Israeli Agriculture Research Organisation. ...
23 March 2009
View news from Israel DNA Tests Put Pressure on Rustlers
ISRAEL - DNA testing is the newest frontier in the battle against cattle rustlers, with local breeders hoping a genetic database will do what police raids of cowsheds could not. ...
10 December 2008
View news from Israel Fattening Up on the Peel of Pomegranates
ISRAEL - Pomegranate peel left over from production of the juice renowned for its potential health benefits can make a nutritious feed supplement for cattle, researchers in Israel report....
17 September 2008
View news from Israel Israel: Dairy Industry Planning Law - 2008
ISRAEL - A draft of the proposed "Dairy Industry Planning Law - 2008" has been presented to the Israeli Parliament, the "Knesset". ...
28 March 2008
View news from Israel Israel to Supply Cattle to Gaza Amid Contagion Fears
ISRAEL - Israel is to start supplying cattle to Gaza in an exception to its blockade of the Hamas-run territory amid fears that unvaccinated livestock might otherwise be smuggled in from neighbouring Egypt. ...
02 February 2007
View news from Israel Africa Israel pulls out of Tnuva bid talks
ISRAEL - The dairy farmers’ bid for Tnuva Food Industries Ltd. has failed. Africa-Israel Investments Ltd. today notified the dairy farmers of the Israel Cattle Breeders Association that it would not return to the negotiating table. ...
30 November 2006
View news from Israel Opinion: Tnuva Dairy Cooperative sale smells bad
ISRAEL - Israel’s Dairy Cooperative was recently sold to the Apex in a somewhat controversial process that has many people wondering. ...
21 November 2006
View news from Israel Apax Partners wins auction for Tnuva
ISRAEL - Apax Partners, one of the world's largest private equity firms, won a tender to buy control of Tunva, Israel's largest foodmaker, Tnuva said on Monday....
06 November 2006
View news from Israel A garlic flavored cow
ISRAEL - Veterinarian researchers find that garlic used to ward off cattle ticks also improves taste of beef. Soon there'll be no need to season your steak as cows will be fed garlic flavored hay. ...
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