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Dairy Newsletter - 21st November 2008
Friday 21st November 2008
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* This Week's Feature Articles

We have 4 new features this week:

Brave New Farm: GE Food Animals in the USA
Imagine a new kind of food farm. Animals that flourish on infertile lands, eating less, but growing faster. There's no fear of disease, or environmental side affects on these farms and the meat they produce is lean, safe and nutritious. Think of all that can be gained, but then, think of all that can be lost. What will the face of genetically engineered food farms really look like? asks Adam Anson, reporting for TheCattleSite.
Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook
US Cattle Prices are declining and so are beef export sales, but milk production is expected to rise into 2009, reports the United States Department of Agriculture Livestock, Dairy and Poultry Outlook.
Canadian Dairy Statistics Third Quarter 2008
Canadian milk producers sold 7.67 million kilolitres of milk and cream to dairies during the 2007-2008 dairy year, up 2.5% from last year, says a third quarter 2008 dairy report, written by Statistics Canada.
USDA Dairy and Products Annual Reports 2008
This article provides the dairy and cattle industry data from the USDA FAS Dairy and Products Annual 2008 reports. This week's reports are for New Zealand and the EU-27.
* Global Dairy Cattle Industry News


 » BSE NEWS: Seoul Wants Answers to Canadian Case
 » FMD NEWS: Financial Impact of FMD in Focus
 » BLUETONGUE: Import Ban Call as Tally Hits 40
 » Facing Up to a Global Vet Shortage

   European Union

 » CAP Health Check to Ease Plight of Farmers

   United States

 » Organic Dairy Struggle Coming to a Head
 » GeneThera Sheds Light on the E.Coli Vaccine
 » Huge Dairy Project Delayed in Wisconsin
 » Viking Genetics: US Is Largest Export Market
 » AFBF: GHG Regulations to Result in a 'Livestock Tax'
 » Weekly Outlook: Corn Demand Not Improving
 » October Milk Production up 1.5 Percent


 » Livestock Transport Conference Aiming to Teach
 » Mad Cow in British Columbia
 » Canadian Cattle Families Face Troubled Times
 » COOL and Canada: What will US Consumers Choose?


 » Brazilian Cattlemen Chase Out Indians of Paraguay


 » IFA Says Youth Are Misled on Environmental Claims
 » Strong Demand Continues for Irish Milk Quota

   United Kingdom

 » Raw Milk Shows Hidden Bacteria
 » TB Reservoirs: Badger or Cattle Populations?
 » GB Veterinary Associations meet at AFBI Laboratories
 » Scottish Union Calls for Import Ban
 » Tighter Controls to Halt Bluetongue
 » Incidence of TB in UK Cattle
DuPont Animal Health Solutions

 » EUROTIER REPORT: Record Number of Visitors

   Viet Nam

 » Ministry Affirms Move to Intensify Production


 » Thai FDA to Closely Monitor Chinese Dairy Imports

   New Zealand

 » Phase One of NZ's Robotic Dairy Project
 » Wairarapa Field Day to Unlock Dairy Potential
 » Fonterra Revises Payout and Warns of Hard Times


 » Jamaica Develops Dairy Development Board

   Korea, South

 » The Milky Way to Recovering the Chinese Dairy Sector


 » FAO: Appeal for New World Agricultural Order
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That's all for this week!



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