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25 October 2010
View news from Germany EUROTIER: Increasing The Competitiveness Of Cattle
GERMANY - An Eastern European Conference at EuroTier will focus on the customs union established to increase the competitiveness of beef production in Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan....
04 October 2010
View news from Germany Innovations and Trends at EUROTIER 2010
GERMANY - At a recent event organised by DLG, Dr Matthias Schick, a member of the EuroTier Innovations Commission and Agroscope Reckenholz-Tänikon ART of Switzerland highlighted a number of trends in the new products and ideas that will be presented...
30 September 2010
View news from Germany Cattle At EUROTIER
GERMANY - Cattle breeding, genetics and fertility are among a few of the topics that visitors at EuroTier 2010 can learn more about....
29 September 2010
View news from Germany What's On At EUROTIER 2010?
GERMANY - EuroTier will be opening its gates to the international public from 16 to 19 November 2010. The world’s top event for professional animal farmers is being held at the largest exhibition grounds on earth in Hanover. This year in 2010 visitors...
28 September 2010
View news from Germany Increased Number Of Exhibitors For EUROTIER 2010
GERMANY - The world comes together at the world's top event for animal production, EuroTier 2010, which is being held at the Exhibition Grounds in Hanover from 16 to 19 November 2010....
29 July 2010
View news from Germany German Cattle Herd Continues To Decline
GERMANY - The German cattle herd has continued its long term decline (despite a partial recovery in 2007 and 2008), with total numbers down one per cent to 12.8 million, according to provisional results from the German cattle census performed in May (EU...
13 July 2010
View news from Germany Clostridium Estertheticum In Vacuum-Packed Beef
GERMANY - According to findings from the Max Rubner Institute there is an increasing number of cases involving contaminated vacuum-packed meat. Typical signs are a swollen package and a foul smell emanating from the meat. ...
07 July 2010
View news from Germany EUROTIER 2010: 1,700 Exhibitors from 46 Countries
GERMANY - The top event for expert animal farmers, EuroTier 2010, is being held for the ninth time at the Exhibition Grounds in Hanover from 16 to 19 November 2010....
29 June 2010
View news from Germany Choice of Food Can Mitigate Climate Change
GERMANY - Reducing the consumption of meat and dairy products and improving agricultural practices could decrease global greenhouse gas emissions substantially....
26 March 2010
View news from Germany Bluetongue Confirmed In German Calf
GERMANY - A calf in the outskirts of Freiburg, Germany has been confirmed to be infected with bluetongue....
22 February 2010
View news from Germany EUROTIER 2010 Inspires Strong Demand From Exhibitors
GERMANY - DLG expects some 1,700 exhibitors from all over the globe – already more than 150 first-time exhibitors – in Hanover from 16 to 19 November 2010 for EuroTier 2010....
15 December 2009
View news from Germany EUROTIER 2010: Top Event for Animal Farmers
GERMANY - EuroTier 2010 will take place in Hanover from 16 to 19 November 2010. The deadline for stand bookings is 1 February 2010....
25 November 2009
View news from Germany Federal Action Plan to Combat Crisis
GERMANY - The agricultural sector is benefiting from a support programme worth €750 million through a swift implementation of the measures provided for in the coalition agreement....
23 November 2009
View news from Germany State Aid for German Farmers Hit by Recession
GERMANY - The European Commission has temporarily authorised Germany to grant up to €15,000 to farmers....
16 November 2009
View news from Germany More German Pork, Poultry Meat; Less Beef
GERMANY - In the third quarter of 2009, 1.9 million tonnes of meat were commercially produced in Germany, which is 1.8 per cent more than in the same period of 2008. The data have been translated for TheCattleSite by Jackie Linden....
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....
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