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12 August 2022
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest: Tyson says consumers buying chicken over beef, Beyond Meat cuts revenue & workforce
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares an update on the US futures market, USDA reports and global protein news...
09 August 2022
View news from Australia How would a FMD outbreak affect Australia?
Two UNE academics unpack what a Foot and Mouth Disease outbreak would mean for animal and human welfare, the environment, and the economy. ...
View news from Global Heat waves threaten South Asia’s struggling farmers – many are women
Sitting in a semi-circle in the yard outside of a village school in Nepal, a group of farmers share their concerns about the future. ...
05 August 2022
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest - EU high quality beef quota positive for US beef exports
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares an update on the US futures market, USDA reports and global protein news ...
03 August 2022
View news from Global Genetic testing for cattle and dairy herd improvement
Thermo Fisher Scientific explains the value of genetic testing for cattle breeding using genetic selection, phenotype selection, and parentage testing...
View news from Australia Science-based protocols, vigilance keep ASF, FMD, LSD out of Australia
An Australian industry task force confirms African swine fever, foot-and-mouth disease and lumpy skin disease are not present in the country. Neighboring country Indonesia announced a foot-and-mouth disease outbreak recently that has spread to 37 provinces,...
01 August 2022
View news from Denmark Aarhus: New tools contribute to healthier cows, healthier economy, less climate impact
Aarhus University leads a new GUDP project (KlimaKS) which will contribute with new tools to help the farmer in his efforts to prevent health problems in dairy cows. This will be beneficial to the cows’ welfare, the farmer’s economy and not least...
29 July 2022
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest: Consumer Price Index up, record June beef stocks
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares an update on the US futures market, USDA reports and global protein news ...
27 July 2022
View news from United States This may be a year to think early about winter hay needs
Several of our articles have focused on implications of dry conditions in much of cattle country over the last 12 months, writes Dr. Kenny Burdine, Extension Professor, Livestock Marketing, University of Kentucky. ...
25 July 2022
View news from United Kingdom Strong beef export growth continues in UK
According to figures from HMRC, UK beef trade remained above year-ago levels in May....
View news from Sweden Animal welfare measures affect the profitability of Swedish milk, beef production
Animal welfare measures affect the profitability of Swedish milk and beef production. Secondary and long-term effects of animal welfare strategies and the perceived value of animal welfare must be taken into account....
22 July 2022
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest: US beef sales up, impacts of elevated beef cow culling rates
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares an update on the US futures market, USDA reports and global protein news...
20 July 2022
View news from Denmark EU project will contribute to more resilient, sustainable milk production
Aarhus University is one of the partners in an EU project, R4D (Resilience for Dairy), aiming at contributing to the social, economic and environmental development of European milk production....
18 July 2022
View news from United States How overstocking affects dairy cow performance
A common saying in the dairy industry is, "When milk prices are high, I want to milk more cows and when milk prices are low, I need to milk more cows." This often means overcrowding the pens....
15 July 2022
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest: US beef exports down, China meat imports increase
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares an update on the US futures market, USDA reports and global cattle news ...
13 July 2022
View news from United States Retail meat prices remain high
Retail meat prices remain higher than last year as consumers plan for summer gatherings, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert....
11 July 2022
View news from Global How much is mastitis costing your dairy farm?
Clinical and subclinical mastitis costs dairy operations billions every year. ...
08 July 2022
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest: HPAI in Scotland, China pork higher, US dairy report
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares an update on USDA reports and global protein news. ...
06 July 2022
View news from United Kingdom New insights into how FMD virus interacts with the immune system discovered at Pirbright
Research at the Pirbright Institute reveals that foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) interacts with immune cells in tissues called lymphoid tissues, which are an essential part of the immune system....
04 July 2022
View news from United States Monitor and maintain for optimum pond performance
When experienced heavy rains, the added precipitation can give landowners an opportunity to evaluate their ponds....
29 June 2022
View news from United States High growth potential for US ag exports to the Philippines
The Philippines is the eighth largest market for U.S. agricultural exports and the top market in Southeast Asia. Already a longstanding and reliable trading partner, the Philippines continues to offer many opportunities for exporters because of its young...
27 June 2022
View news from United Kingdom Risk assessment recommended for UK cattle as tick numbers due to peak
Tick (Ixodes ricinus) activity is expected to peak in some areas of Great Britain in the next few weeks. ...
View news from United States Efficiently feeding hay to cattle
Whether there is an excess of hay or a shortage in your system, efficiently feeding your hay can drastically affect the success of your operation....
24 June 2022
View news from United Kingdom UPDATED: UK Chief Vet Officer negates suspicion of FMD in UK
On Friday British officials reported suspicion of foot-and-mouth disease in pigs the the UK, but they have now ruled out FMD and suspect swine vesicular disease. ...
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest: US House hearing on dairy, plant-based meats
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares an update on the US futures market, USDA reports and global protein news...
22 June 2022
View news from United States Leading dairy farmers managers prioritize data
Today's leading dairy farm managers use data to drive their farm decisions, streamline operations and grow revenue. With the technology boom, efficiency, connectivity, and software have become necessary....
View news from Global Fitch Ratings report suggests global meat production could peak as soon as 2030
The agricultural sector faces significant disruption from climate policies, technology developments and shifting consumer preferences to more sustainable diets, Fitch Ratings says in a new report. ...
View news from Global Ukraine crisis: Higher grain prices until late 2023
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has trapped 25 million tons of grain that can’t be shipped until Black Sea ports are accessible again. That will keep grain prices high until at least the northern hemisphere’s fall harvest of 2023....
 
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