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Friday 28th July 2017.
Global Dairy Industry News

   European Union

Report Reveals More Evidence on Link Between Antibiotic Use, Antibiotic Resistance
First Payments Awarded in Global Brucellosis Vaccine Prize Competition

   Saudi Arabia

Dairy Firm Almarai Named Healthiest Brand in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Dairy Farm Mulls Using Cow Dung to Meet Power Needs

   New Zealand

Carbon Budgets Would Provide 'Certainty' for Dairy Sector
NZ Dairy Sales to China Boost Exports
Cattle Disease Outbreak Discovered on Canterbury Dairy Farm

   United States

CME: Onslaught of Cattle Moving into Feedlots During H1 Continued in June
Cooler Cows Have Healthier Calves
CME: Latest COF Report Reveals More Heifers Placed into Feedlots
CME: Fed, Feeder Cattle Futures Down Sharply Due to Bearish Implications

   United Kingdom

Event Sets Focus for Future R&D in UK Agriculture

   Australia

Cattle Producers Sought for Reef Grazing Innovation Project

   Switzerland

Isotopes in Neolithic Cattle Teeth Suggest Herding Strategies

   India

Scheme to be Launched to Support Non-milk Yielding Cows, Says Goa CM
Agri Minister Launches NDDB's Dairy Quality Mark Logo

   Rwanda

Watchdog Maintains Tough Stance on Closed Dairy Firms

   Ethiopia

Ethiopia's Dairy, Meat Exports Surge

   Global

Higher Hay Prices on the Horizon

   Ireland

Call for Total Contribution Pension System to be Introduced in 2018 Budget

Company News

Advance breeding results with new genotyping technology
AgriSeq targeted genotyping by sequencing (“GBS”) solutions include a Bovine ISAG 200 Parentage Panel that delivers more lineage information and flexibility to cattle breeders.
Warm, wet weather heightens parasite risk in sheep and cattle
Warm, wet weather may prompt rapid development and release of worm larvae onto pastures, increasing the risk of productivity-limiting parasite burdens in sheep this summer. While in cattle, lungworm infection begins to pose a threat to unvaccinated and naïve young stock and adults from July onwards.
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