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Friday 2nd October 2015.
Alice Mitchell - Editor

Alice Mitchell
Editor


MSD Animal Health

BSE Case Confirmed on Welsh Farm

News broke yesterday that a case of classical BSE has been found in a dead cow in Wales.

The Welsh Deputy Minister for Farming and Food, Rebecca Evans, said that the case posed no risk to human health, as no infected meat had entered the food chain.

According to OIE figures, this is the first case of BSE, or Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, identified in the UK this year.

Ms Evans said the last case to be recorded in Wales was in 2013.

"The case was identified as a result of the strict control measures we have in place," she said.

Explaining the testing procedures, she said: "All animals over four years of age that die on a farm are routinely tested for the disease under our comprehensive surveillance system.”

Welsh government officials are working with APHA and DEFRA to investigate the case – read more.

Denmark’s Cost of Production Calculated

Denmark’s cost of milk production has been calculated including a minimum “income rate” that self-employed farmers and farm workers should pay themselves, depending on their qualifications.

According to the European Milk Board (EMB), this sets the study apart from others, some of which do not include any allowance for farmers to be paid at all.

The results came in at 43.32 euro cents per kilo of milk produced in Denmark in 2014. After deducting subsidies of 4.33 cents the cost is 38.99 cents per kilo.

"The situation has significantly deteriorated again this year, as in Denmark as well milk prices are plummeting, reaching a level of currently only about 29 cents," said Kjartan Poulsen, President of the Danish dairy farmer association LDM – read more



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Global Dairy Industry News

   Denmark

Denmark's Milk Production Cost Calculated at 43 Cents Per Kilo

   Norway

Norwegian Livestock Antibiotic Use Low but Growing in Pets
MRSA Spreads From Pigs to Cattle on Norwegian Farm

   Viet Nam

Policy Changes Needed to Maintain Viet Nam's Farming Transformation

   European Union

EU Air Quality Policy Will Hit the Livestock Sector Hard
New Copa President Outlines Top Priorities for Farmers
European Beef Prices Slide, Great Britain Remains Top

   New Zealand

Study to Address Unanswered Leptospirosis Vaccination Questions
‘Go-around’ Cows Shave One Hour off Milking
Fonterra Lifts Payout by 75 Cents
Higher Culling Contracts New Zealand Dairy Herd

   Germany

German Tractor Blockade Impedes Supermarket Deliveries
Germany Setting New Standards in Animal Welfare Initiative

   Hungary

Unknown Bluetongue Serotype Building Momentum in Hungary

   United Kingdom

BSE Found in Dead Cow in Wales
British Farmers Urged to Work in Space
UK Government Pushes for More Local Food Labelling
Wetland Improvements Benefit More than Livestock

   United States

Negotiations on TPP Continue Amid Canadian Concern
Arla Average UK Milk Price Up to 23.04 Pence

   China

Chinese Dairy Company Resumes Trading After Chemical Scare

   Global

Sustainable Agriculture Key to Meeting Sustainable Development Goals by 2030
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   Brazil

Possible Tax Lift for Brazil’s Dairy Farmers
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   France

Bluetongue Moving Across Auvergne, French Government Ups Vaccine

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