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22 July 2014
View news from Netherlands Utrecht to Host Veterinary Nutrition Conference
THE NETHERLANDS - Registration is open for the European Society of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition (ESVCN) congress will be held in Utrecht in September 2014....
16 July 2014
View news from Netherlands Nutreco Expands Calf and Beef Cattle Research
NETHERLANDS - Nutreco will invest in a new research unit in the Netherlands, strengthening Nutreco's capacity in the field of calf and beef cattle research. ...
14 July 2014
View news from Netherlands Integrated Approach Vital to Reduce Food Waste and Loss
THE NETHERLANDS - Governments, international organisations, businesses and community agencies worldwide must create joint programmes to reduce food loss and waste (FLW), if they want to show that they are really committed to developing sustainable food...
27 June 2014
View news from Netherlands Milk is Part of a Green Diet
NETHERLANDS - Small changes in our diet can significantly reduce the environmental impact of our food systems, according to the Dutch Dairy Association (NZO)....
View news from Netherlands Tension Reported in Dutch Milk Market
NETHERLANDS – Dutch dairy farm incomes have created a ‘tense’ market situation which could threaten the livelihood of many businesses, says the European Milk Board....
06 June 2014
View news from Netherlands Minimizing Methane Release
NETHERLANDS - Methane emissions from cows are decreasing, but not at the pace which the agricultural sector and the government agreed....
04 June 2014
View news from Netherlands Risk Management to Combat Dairy Price Volatility
NETHERLANDS - With the imminent removal of milk quotas in 2015, and the continued volatility being experienced by the European Dairy industry, the use of effective risk-management and hedging tools has never been more important, according to Eoin Kelly,...
27 May 2014
View news from Netherlands Dutch Chef Champions Gouda Cheese
NETHERLANDS – A Dutch chef is embracing a traditional cheese production method in recognition of food labeling legislation protecting the process....
23 May 2014
View news from Netherlands Dutch Make Progress in Reducing Antibiotic Usage
THE NETHERLANDS - Great progress is being made in the Netherlands towards its declared aim of reducing the use of antibiotics in livestock and poultry production. ...
19 May 2014
View news from Netherlands Potential of Insects as Resources for Animal Feed
NETHERLANDS - Insects can provide a sustainable and environmentally-friendly option for animal feed, in addition to already being a mainstay of human diets for 2 billion people worldwide, FAO Assistant Director-General Eduardo Rojas-Briales told an international...
14 April 2014
View news from Netherlands Plants Host Pathogenic Bacteria from Livestock Farming
NETHERLANDS - Disease-causing bacteria resulting from livestock farming can contaminate food products and find their way to humans....
10 April 2014
View news from Netherlands Knowledge of Vulnerability in Supply Chain to Detect Food Fraud
NETHERLANDS - Food fraud has always taken place and there are incidents on a regular basis. To combat food fraud more effectively, information is required on which factors play a role in the vulnerability of organisations and the food chain for food fraud,...
08 April 2014
View news from Netherlands West-African Livestock Farming Offers Opportunities for Dutch Industry
NETHERLANDS - By investing in livestock farming, the Dutch industry can help improve food safety in West Africa. ...
02 April 2014
View news from Netherlands Looking Ahead: Product Trends for VIV Europe
THE NETHERLANDS - Companies that will be exhibiting at VIV Europe 2014 have been describing the products and systems that they will unveil at the animal protein agribusiness show taking place in Utrecht from 20 to 22 May....
10 March 2014
View news from Netherlands Sustainable Intensification: Theme for VIV Europe 2014
THE NETHERLANDS - VIV Europe 2014 - the most prestigious trade show for innovative livestock farming, the production of meat, poultry, eggs, animal feed production, breeding stock, animal health and food safety - return to the Netherlands on 20 to 22...
14 January 2014
View news from Netherlands Two More Companies Join Dutch Dairy Association
NETHERLANDS – Two companies, one focused on ageing and packing cheese and the other based on dairy based baby food, have joined the Dutch Dairy Association (NZO)....
13 December 2013
View news from Netherlands Feed Forms a Focus of VIV Europe 2014
THE NETHERLANDS - In May 2014, professionals from the world of feed finally have the chance to return to their favourite Dutch city for a global expo - VIV Europe....
26 November 2013
View news from Netherlands A Lot to Gain in Dairy Feed Efficiency
NETHERLANDS - Over 230 participants attended the seventh International Dairy Nutrition Symposium, organized by the Centre for Animal Nutrition, co-organised with Balchem Corporation, Diamond V, Dupont Pioneer and the Wageningen Institute of Animal Sciences....
19 November 2013
View news from Netherlands Upscaling Impact of Certification Initiatives Unclear
NETHERLANDS - Sustainability certification is seen by many as an important means to make supply chains more sustainable. ...
14 November 2013
View news from Netherlands Animal Production Research Brings Together Fruits of European Efforts
NETHERLANDS - The European Commission recently published the catalogue "A Decade of EU-funded Animal Production Research’ that brings together the fruits of European efforts during the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (FP7) –...
28 October 2013
View news from Netherlands VIV Europe 2014: Back to Business
NETHERLANDS - VIV Europe 2014 will be back to business when the world expo for poultry and livestock husbandry and processing returns in May 2014, said exhibition manager Ruwan Berculo....
08 October 2013
View news from Netherlands Researchers Combine Food Security Knowledge
NETHERLANDS - Scientists investigating world food issues should unite themselves to provide a sound scientific basis for food security policies. ...
30 September 2013
View news from Netherlands Dutch Schools Have Lessons in Milk Nutrition
NETHERLANDS – A dairy push is seeing public awareness of milk and its dietary value explained to school children as part of world school milk day....
05 September 2013
View news from Netherlands Dutch Agriculture to Benefit from Ukraine Trade Agreement
NETHERLANDS - Research by LEI Wageningen UR commissioned by the Ministry of Economic Affairs has shown that the Netherlands could benefit from a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) between the Ukraine and the Netherlands that is being...
View news from Netherlands Dutch Study Sees No Benefit of Animal Study in GM Crop Testing
NETHERLANDS - A compulsory animal test used to ascertain the safety of genetically-modified (GM) crops is unnecessary, according to researchers from organisations including RIKILT Wageningen UR....
30 August 2013
View news from Netherlands Gouda Salt Levels to Be Reduced By 10 Per Cent
NETHERLANDS – The Dutch Dairy Association has committed to reducing salt levels in Gouda Cheese by 10 per cent by 2015....
19 July 2013
View news from Netherlands Mitigating Methane Emission from Ruminants at European Level
NETHERLANDS - In order to mitigate methane emission from livestock, over 50 scientists from 17 European countries have joined forces. ...
17 July 2013
View news from Netherlands Friesland Campina Invests in Synlait
NETHERLANDS - Federated Farmers believes the 7.5 percent shareholding in Synlait taken by FrieslandCampina Investments Holding BV1, a subsidiary of Dutch Dairy Cooperative giant FrieslandCampina, could shake-up the New Zealand dairy industry....
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