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06 November 2009
View news from Germany Deltamethrin Proves Effective Against Midges in Rainy Weather
GERMANY - A new study shows that the veterinary antiparasitic product BUTOX® 7.5 pour on (deltamethrin) protects cattle during wet conditions against biting midges (Culicoides). These insects are responsible for the transmission of the bluetongue virus....
03 November 2009
View news from Germany Study on Efficacy of BUTOX Insecticide
GERMANY - A study conducted at the Department of Parasitology of the Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf (Germany) has shown that the veterinary antiparasitic product BUTOX 7.5 pour on (deltamethrin) also protects cattle and sheep during wet conditions...
13 October 2009
View news from Germany ANUGA REPORT - Brazil Companies Set to Grow
GERMANY - Further consolidation and more international company takeovers can be expected from the leading Brazilian meat processors, across the beef, pork and poultry sectors, writes TheCattleSite senior editor, Chris Harris....
View news from Germany ANUGA REPORT - Scotch Products Given a Boost
GERMANY - Scotland's preferred geographical status for products such as beef and lamb gives it a competitive advantage in the market....
25 September 2009
View news from Germany Global Dairy Industry To Cut Climate Greenhouse Gases
GERMANY - The International Dairy Federation (IDF) launched a new site to help producers mitigate greenhouse gases at the World Dairy Summit....
14 August 2009
View news from Germany Germany Introduces 'Without Gene Technology' Label
GERMANY - The German Minister for Agriculture, Ilse Aigner (CDU), has presented a standardised logo for food products ‘without gene technology’. ...
07 August 2009
View news from Germany German Dairy Farmers Help Themselves
GERMANY - The situation on the milk market and the slow reaction of politicians has been the reason the BDM has developed a draft to decrease the pressure on the market. ...
07 July 2009
View news from Germany Bayer in Talks to Buy Animal Drugs Business-paper
GERMANY - Bayer is in advanced takeover talks to expand its animal health unit and is likely to benefit from the ongoing overhaul of the U.S. healthcare sector, a German newspaper said....
16 June 2009
View news from Germany Antimicrobial Resistance at IDF World Dairy Summit
GERMANY - No apparent emergence or progression of antimicrobial resistance in mastitis pathogens has been demonstrated after four decades of antimicrobial drug use in dairy cows, according to a recent review of the scientific literature by the IDF. ...
13 May 2009
View news from Germany German April Meat Campaign Still Strong Mid-May
GERMANY - The female dairy farmers of the BDM demand summit for milk crisis headed by chancellor Merkel....
03 April 2009
View news from Germany Parliament Says Biotech Corn Does not Alter Cows
GERMANY - A 25-month feeding project of the Munich University (TUM) in cooperation with the Bavarian Agricultural Research Center (LfL – Landesforschungsanstalt fuer Landwirtschaft) has revealed that the feeding of biotech corn does not alter cows...
11 March 2009
View news from Germany What Drove the Cow Mad? Lessons from a Tiny Fish
GERMANY - The scientists from Konstanz were able to show that the lack of PrP can cause clear physiological abnormalities in a living animal and the trick was to use the tiny zebrafish as a model....
05 March 2009
View news from Germany New Test Finds Fake Organic Milk
GERMANY - Scientists in Germany are reporting development of a new, more effective method to determine whether milk marketed as "organic" is genuine or just ordinary milk mislabeled to hoodwink consumers....
09 February 2009
View news from Germany Grain Prices to Rise as Production Falls
GERMANY - Experts at the DLG Winter Seminar said they expect price increases in second half of 2009 with wheat in the Paris exchange rising to €200 per tonne. Recommendations include forward selling when prices high....
25 November 2008
View news from Germany Worldwide Demand for British Livestock
GERMANY - British livestock exhibitors at the Eurotier international agricultural show in Hanover last week took enquiries for cattle and sheep genetics from more than 20 countries around the globe....
17 November 2008
View news from Germany EUROTIER REPORT: Record Number of Visitors
GERMANY - EuroTier has impressively demonstrated its strong pulling power for animal farmers and experts from all over the world....
13 November 2008
View news from Germany EUROTIER REPORT - Managing On-Farm Health
GERMANY - The modern farm vet is called upon not just to diagnose and treat individual animals, but increasingly to assume the tasks of a "health manager" on the farm, whose job lies in conserving and improving the health status by caring for stocks and...
12 November 2008
View news from Germany EUROTIER REPORT: Meeting Agricultural Challenges
GERMANY: EuroTier, the world's largest animal husbandry exhibition opening in Hanover, Germany this week with around 1,800 exhibitors and the expectation of more than 130,000 visitors....
View news from Germany EUROTIER REPORT: CID LINES Launches Bioprotexion
GERMANY: Hygiene solutions company CID LINES launched a new programme for food safety on farm in the Bioprotexion Box at EuroTier....
05 November 2008
View news from Germany Russia and Ukraine's Co-operative Venture
GERMANY - The organisers of EuroTier 2008 have set up an Eastern European Conference to focus on Russia and Ukraine's Co-operative Venture in Animal Production....
04 November 2008
View news from Germany Dairy Cattle Housing and Welfare at EUROTIER 2008
GERMANY - Modern dairy cattle housing and its effect on welfare, performance, animal health and behaviour is the theme presented to some 250 international dairy farming experts at the EuroTier Dairy Event on 10 November. ...
03 November 2008
View news from Germany EUROTIER 2008: Solutions for Chinese Ag Sectors
GERMANY - Using its vast network of agricultural specialists in China, EuroTier organiser DLG has previewed the EuroTier 2008 exhibition on several occasions with the help of animal production experts from the poultry, pig, dairy and feed sectors. ...
View news from Germany EUROTIER: From Hoof Health to Cow Comfort
GERMANY - This year’s EuroTier has the largest and most comprehensive international dairy and cattle sector ever presenting a full range of the latest in equipment, feed and feed-ing systems, milking and housing solutions, animal health and management...
31 October 2008
View news from Germany Top Cattle Genetics at EUROTIER 2008
HANOVER, GERMANY - This year’s EuroTier exhibition features its largest-ever sector for international dairy and beef farmers backed by a full range of equipment, building and management presentations from all over the world. ...
23 October 2008
View news from Germany Vets and Farmers Meet at EUROTIER 2008
GERMANY - Sharing the Hanover exhibition grounds this year are one of the most important annual congresses for veterinarians, an associated veterinary medicine exhibition and an international animal health event. ...
21 October 2008
View news from Germany A Top Class Display of Exhibitors at EUROTIER 2008
GERMANY - Among the many attractions at EuroTier for the cattle, pig and poultry industries will be special exhibition areas for poultry and bioenergy. ...
20 October 2008
View news from Germany EUROTIER 2008 More International than Ever Before
GERMANY - The show is attracting more attention than before, with 715 companies from 45 countries taking exhibition space. ...
17 October 2008
View news from Germany EUROTIER 2008 is Coming Soon
GERMANY - EuroTier 2008, the world's largest exhibition for professional animal husbandry, will take place in the city of Hanover on 11-14 November 2008....
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