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27 May 2022
View news from Global Thermo Fisher Scientific announces agenda for 2-day virtual Animal Health Dx Summit 2022
Join Thermo Fisher Scientific, the global leader in animal molecular diagnostic testing, on Wednesday, June 1, for the kick off of their 2-day virtual Animal Health Dx Summit....
View news from United States Weekly global protein digest: bearish Cold Storage, China's pork exports down sharply
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares an update on the US futures market, USDA reports and global protein news....
25 May 2022
View news from France Research: Fatty acid and oxidation in beef affected by ageing, cooking methods
A low-fat meat and a short cooking time are the best combination to guarantee the nutritional quality....
23 May 2022
View news from United States The importance of observation in cattle handling
Understanding cow behaviour and changing how you act around them can save you time, reduce stress, and make your farm a safer place to work. It can be a huge source of frustration when cows don’t easily move when and where you want them to....
20 May 2022
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest: US expands processing capacity, China's pork exports dip lower
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares an update on the US futures market, USDA reports and global protein news...
18 May 2022
View news from United States Monitor 10 mastitis control points for best milk quality
Mastitis is the most common and costly disease affecting dairy cows, ranking within the top two reasons for early removal of cows within US dairy herds. This disease affects cow welfare and causes significant economic losses through decreased milk yield,...
13 May 2022
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest: $560 million in US livestock aid, US dairy retail report
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares an update on global protein news....
12 May 2022
View news from United States RangeView™ Pledge from Bayer Range & Pasture promises 5 years of control of invasive brush
Pasture and rangeland managers have long been fighting a frustrating battle against damaging, invasive brush. ...
11 May 2022
View news from United Kingdom UK Ambassador: We’re “determined to strengthen relationship” with US agriculture
The international beef market is expanding and interconnecting at a rapid rate. Because of high tariffs via the European Union, trade between the U.S and a pre-Brexit United Kingdom was limited. Now, however, those channels have opened, presenting new...
09 May 2022
View news from United States Selecting dairy replacements based on heat stress
With heat stress increasingly becoming a part of life in places not historically hot, there is a need to determine which cows are best suited to deal with the warmer temperatures, said Daigle, Ph.D., an animal welfare specialist in the Texas A&M Department...
06 May 2022
View news from United States US meatpacker CEOs deny market manipulation behind beef price surge
Chief executives of four big meatpacking companies denied conspiring to manipulate beef supplies or prices as they defended themselves in congressional testimony, and under oath, last week against charges of profiteering....
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest: US dairy update, 1st human avian influenza case
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares an update on global protein news....
04 May 2022
View news from Kenya Genetic finding could help beat fatal African cattle infection
A section of DNA found to protect native African cattle against East Coast fever could safeguard breeds introduced to the region....
02 May 2022
View news from United States US Senate Ag Committee reviews two controversial cattle market proposals
Bill S 4030, the Cattle Price Discovery and Transparency Act of 2022, and S 3870 the Meat and Poultry Special Investigator Act of 2022....
01 May 2022
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest: Exports, HPAI, Food Inflation
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares an update on global protein news....
27 April 2022
View news from United Kingdom Leading food-integrity researchers question influential data around red meat
An international team of experts, including Professor Chris Elliott of the Institute for Global Food Security (IGFS) at Queen’s University Belfast, has called on the influential Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries and Risk Factors Study (GBD) to publish...
25 April 2022
View news from United Kingdom Regenerative dairy: Finding what works
Regenerative dairy can help rebalance Earth’s ecosystems, while producing high quality nutrition, and making farming and food businesses more resilient. Recently, a group of experts introduced a new project ‘Regen Dairy’, outlining the challenges...
22 April 2022
20 April 2022
View news from United States Bacterial battle: How protective cultures can protect us from food-borne pathogens in cheese
This is one of the first studies helping give cheese producers more tools to keep their products safe...
18 April 2022
View news from United States Learning from E. coli: study to facilitate traceability during foodborne investigations
Scientists with the USDA's Agricultural Research Service (ARS) aim to enhance the capacity of regulatory agencies to trace Escherichia coli (E. coli) O157:H7 back to its source during a foodborne outbreak investigation by studying how the DNA of a specific...
15 April 2022
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest: China’s meat imports plunged in March
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares highlights from the global protein market....
13 April 2022
View news from Global Plan herd micronutrition to avoid deficiencies at turnout
Dairy and beef farmers are being advised to check the trace element and vitamin status of both cows and youngstock ahead of spring turnout and consider supplementation options to minimise the risk of deficiencies which can impact on health, growth and...
11 April 2022
View news from United Kingdom Leading academic recalls 2001 FMD epidemic presenting to Irish Gov animal health event
“It’s important that we remind ourselves of the devastating impact that disease outbreaks such as foot and mouth can have on animals and on people. We must always be on a state of alert to protect our livestock and agri-food industry.”...
08 April 2022
05 April 2022
View news from European Union Wageningen: Bovaer® is first EU additive to reduce methane emissions from dairy cows
Methane inhibitor Bovaer® from DSM significantly reduces methane emissions from dairy cows in the Netherlands, varying from 27% to 40% less emissions per cow, depending on the cow's ration and how much methane inhibitor is added to the feed. ...
04 April 2022
View news from Global CattleFax at NCBA: US weather outlook for 2022 tentatively signals continuation of La Niña, droughts
Anyone with a smartphone has access to weather forecasts. But short-term predictions are one thing; anticipating global weather patterns is another....
01 April 2022
View news from Global Weekly global protein digest: HPAI threatens exports, OOL final rule for organic dairy
Analyst Jim Wyckoff shares highlights from the global protein market....
28 March 2022
View news from Global GRSB's new Beef Carbon Footprint Guideline to support consistency global emissions reporting
The Global Roundtable for Sustainable Beef (GRSB) Scientific Advisory Council launched the Beef Carbon Footprint Guideline to allow for sector-wide consistency in the calculation of the carbon footprint of beef cattle....
 
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