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16 October 2017
View news from Mexico First Roadmap to Stop Transmission of Bovine, Zoonotic TB Launched
MEXICO - The first-ever roadmap to combat animal tuberculosis (bovine TB) and its transmission to humans, referred to as zoonotic TB, most often through consumption of contaminated untreated meat or dairy products from diseased animals, calls for close...
01 October 2016
View news from Mexico Nutriad Strengthens Mexican Organization
MEXICO - Multinational feed additive producer Nutriad appointed Dr. Jorge Enrique Cruz as Technical/Commercial Manager. Dr. Cruz will be responsible for sales- and technical support to Nutriad’s commercial and distributor network in Mexico & Central...
10 August 2016
View news from Mexico Ear Tag Measuring Vital Signs Aims to Improve Livestock Productivity
MEXICO - A young Mexican has developed an ear tag for cattle that measures the vital signs of the animal to identify early stages of disease....
21 June 2016
View news from Mexico Mexico Looking for New Markets for Surplus Milk
MEXICO - Mexico is looking to the markets of Central America and the Caribbean for opportunities to sell milk when a surplus occurs....
25 May 2016
View news from Mexico Mexico Safely Receives Live Cattle from Australia to Boost Breeding
MEXICO - Over six thousand live cattle have arrived in Mexico from Australia as part of efforts to support producers' breeding programmes....
21 October 2015
View news from Mexico TPP Recognised as Opportunity for Mexican Cattle Genetics
MEXICO - Francisco Gurria Trevino, representing the Mexican Agriculture Secretary, has said that the Trans-Pacific partnership trade agreement is an opportunity to further improve on cattle breeding in the country....
09 October 2015
View news from Mexico Mexico Increases Global Agricultural Exports
MEXICO - In the period from January to July 2015 the value of food exports from Mexico to the European Union totalled 581.6 million euros, an increase of 22.6 per cent on the same period last year, the agriculture department SAGARPA has reported....
11 August 2015
View news from Mexico Mexico Leading the Way on Satellite, Drone Use in Agriculture
MEXICO - Mexican officials say the country is at the 'forefront' of technology use in agriculture and fisheries, allowing a more precise analysis of the sectors....
23 July 2015
View news from Mexico Breakthrough Means Mexicans Can Inject Against Deadly Parasite
MEXICO – Mexican livestock producers concerned about liver fluke now have a water soluble injectable drug at their disposal....
21 July 2015
View news from Mexico Mexico, France Strengthen Agricultural Ties
MEXICO - Mexico and France have signed important agreements to enhance their collaboration on agricultural matters....
19 May 2015
View news from Mexico “Dynamic” Mexican Livestock Shipments Rocket 55 Per Cent
MEXICO – International sales of bovine products grossed US$291.3 million, an increase of 55 per cent on the previous year, announces the Mexican government....
15 May 2015
View news from Mexico Mexico Shows ‘Strength of Character’ to Become Top Six Cattle Country
MEXICO – Far reaching work in Mexico’s cattle sector has propelled the country to second in the world for live cattle exports and sixth for beef exports, a conference has heard....
06 May 2015
View news from Mexico Mexico Closer to Chinese Dairy Deal
CHINA – Ongoing negotiations for the export of Mexican dairy products to China are advancing after a round of food safety inspections, says Mexico’s government food safety body....
01 May 2015
View news from Mexico Mexico Shakes Up Dairy Sector to Reduce Import Need
MEXICO – Mexico is restructuring its dairy sector in the shape of a new industry federation to eradicate the need for milk powder imports....
24 March 2015
View news from Mexico Midwest Cheese Shipments Finally Enter Mexico
US – Over one million dollars of Cheese shipments have passed into Mexico from a Midwest grocer after expert border crossing guidance was provided by the USDA....
19 March 2015
View news from Mexico Trichomoniasis Progress in US and Mexico
ANALYSIS - Moves are being made to standardise trichomoniasis testing across the US and drastically improve Mexico's 60 per cent fertility rate. ...
22 December 2014
View news from Mexico Mexican Livestock Free of Six More Diseases
MEXICO – Livestock sectors are tipped to prosper in Mexico in light of recent disease status reviews....
14 March 2014
View news from Mexico Mexican Cattle Sector Has Lots to Do
MEXICO – The government has announced a range of improvements needed to take the Mexican cattle industry forward....
30 January 2014
View news from Mexico Mexico Announces 2014 TRQ for Milk Powder Imports
MEXICO - On 30 December 2013, the Secretariat of Economy (SE) announced in the Diario Oficial (Mexico’s Federal Register) the modification to the rules to import milk powder duty-free from Most Favored Nations (MFN) as part of its World Trade Organization...
14 January 2014
View news from Mexico Bid to Clear Foot and Mouth Commences
MEXICO – National foot and mouth eradication measures will start 13 January to 28 February....
06 January 2014
View news from Mexico Mexico to Strengthen Cattle Health and Traceability Systems
MEXICO - The National Service of Health, Food Safety and Quality (SENASICA) and the National Confederation of Livestock Organizations (CNOG) are working together to design the mechanisms that will lead to a stronger traceability system, mobilisation,...
20 December 2013
View news from Mexico State Subsidies Up to 34 Per Cent Rise for Livestock
MEXICO – Livestock farmers will see a funding boost worth 6.516 million pesos next year, the Secretariat of Agriculture (Sargarpa) has announced....
06 December 2013
View news from Mexico Mexico Elected to Lead Regional Committee of FAO Livestock Development
MEXICO - The Council of the XII Commission on Livestock Development for Latin America and the Caribbean (CODEGALAC) of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has chosen Mexico to lead this international body and to develop the work...
20 August 2013
View news from Mexico 8.9 Billion Dollars to Go into Mexican Tuberculosis Battle
MEXICO – Authorities have announced an 8.9 million dollar allocation to support work in combatting bovine tuberculosis in the Baja California Sur region....
02 July 2013
View news from Mexico Bi-national Agreement Confirms Three Areas As Low TB Risk
MEXICO – Three regions of Mexico have been highlighted as having low prevalence for bovine Tuberculosis following a bilateral decision between Mexican and US animal health organisations....
25 April 2013
View news from Mexico Mexico Facing Severe Drought Again in 2013
ANALYSIS - With Mexico facing severe drought conditions again this year, the federal government has announced stringent conservation measures to preserve already tight water supplies, particularly in a large area just south of the border with the US....
01 March 2013
View news from Mexico Bats Tackled Following Rabies Outbreak
MEXICO – A long term vampire bat control plan has been implemented in the wake of a bovine paralytic rabies outbreak. ...
07 January 2013
View news from Mexico Farmers Given Cheaper Nutrition Options
MEXICO - Smallholders could be offered animal nutrition alternatives to reduce productions costs based on a study of INIFAP agency of the SAGARPA....
 
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