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02 April 2014
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....
28 March 2014
All Kiwis Benefit From the White Stuff
NEW ZEALAND - Record revenue is in sight for Kiwi dairy giant Fonterra as it edges towards ‘the four minute mile’ – breaking the NZ$20 billion barrier....
25 March 2014
How Can Science and Farming Live Together?
ANALYSIS - Modern farming needs modern scientific techniques, engineering, technology and social science....
19 March 2014
Research Council Celebrates 20 Years of Advances in Animal Welfare
UK - BBSRC has supported world-leading bioscience for over two decades. For its 20th anniversary, the Research Council will be exploring a variety of ways that BBSRC helps to deliver impact from research, focusing here on animal welfare....
11 March 2014
New CSIRO Report Highlights Costs of Livestock Transport
AUSTRLIA - AGFORCE has welcomed the launch of a suite of innovative new tools jointly developed by the CSIRO and various state governments to analyse cost savings associated with beef industry transport and logistics in Northern Australia....
27 February 2014
Major China Dairy Opens European Research Centre
CHINA – Yili group has unveiled a dairy research and development facility at Wageningen University. ...
25 February 2014
Product to Fly Off the Line at New Fonterra Plant
NEW ZEALAND – A new UHT milk processing facility worth NZ$120 million is gearing up to be part of Fonterra’s production chain....
Machinery Company Completes 3,000 Cow Dairy
RUSSIA - Tartarstan now has a new 3,000 cow dairy, a global milking equipment manufacturer has announced. ...
21 February 2014
Farmers Urged to Discuss Dairy Herd Fertility
UK – Farmer are being invited to attend three events that will explain latest thoughts on dairy herd fertility....
18 February 2014
Farmers Encouraged to Tell Their Stories Online
CANADA - The producer of farmNwife.com is encouraging farmers to consider telling their stories online, writes Bruce Cochrane....
New Software from CIRAD Aims to Cut Antibiotic Use
FRANCE - A team from CIRAD has developed a software capable of identifying some of the proteins involved in triggering bacterial infections. This innovation has significant potential in terms of therapeutic approaches, and in particular would make it...
13 February 2014
Is New Chinese Agricultural Policy Driving Production, Consumption?
CHINA - Chinese agriculture has grown tremendously over the past thirty-five years and with the new leadership in 2012 and a flurry of new government policies, agriculture is expected to experience even faster growth in the coming decade....
29 January 2014
Alliance Launches New Interactive, Mobile-friendly Website
US - The Animal Agriculture Alliance has unveiled a new website, the product of an almost nine-month redesign effort focused on providing Alliance members, media and consumers with the most relevant, up-to-date and pertinent information in an easily navigable...
21 January 2014
Novus Honored as 2014 Corporate Science Leadership Award Recipient
US - The Board of Trustees of the Academy of Science – St. Louis announced the recipients of the 2014 Outstanding Scientist Awards to be awarded at the 20th Annual Awards Dinner on 9 April 2014. Novus International, Inc. is honored to be among the awardees...
08 January 2014
Europe Must Not Close Doors on Genetic Modification
UK - The longer Europe continues to close its doors to GM, the greater risk that the rest of the world will pass it by....
Agriculture Needs Science Based Approach to Intensification
UK - The global agriculture sector needs a science based approach to intensification of food production, writes Chris Harris....
06 January 2014
Could Cow Belches Be A New Power Source?
ARGENTINA – Cattle back-packs are being used to capture methane from a cow’s stomach as part of a ground breaking experiment in Argentina....
17 December 2013
Researchers Win $200,000 For Sustainability, Profitability and Performance Research
NEW ZEALAND - AgResearch has invested $200,000 to change how science considers fungus in plants. ...
05 December 2013
Approach to Animal Disease Surveillance to be Improved
UK - AHVLA has announced an improved approach to scanning surveillance to better detect new and re-emerging animal diseases and threats in England and Wales....
Groundbreaking Ceremony for New Erber Group Campus
AUSTRIA - Biomin, as part of the Erber Group, began its move to a new campus location in Getzersdorf with a groundbreaking ceremony on 13 November 2013....
28 November 2013
Commission Clears Acquisition of Life Technologies by Thermo Fisher
EU - The European Commission has cleared under the EU Merger Regulation the proposed acquisition of Life Technologies Corp. by rival Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., both US-based companies active in life science markets....
22 November 2013
New Studentships Use Science to Boost Industry Efficiency, Know-how
UK - Safeguarding product quality and boosting farm productivity are the clear themes to emerge from a £1.4m round of studentships under a restyled research programme from the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB)....
18 November 2013
Science into Practice Annual Conference 2014 Open for Registration
UK - Registration for the Science into Practice Annual Conference 2014, jointly organised by the BSAS, AVTRW and WPSA, is now open for registration....
15 November 2013
Robots to Herd Cows and Walk Fields
GLOBAL - Time, input and environmental costs on grassland dairy farms could be cut thanks to innovative robots being developed in Australasia....
12 November 2013
Farmers, Livestock Breeders, Fishermen Must Be More Innovative, Says PM
MALAYSIA - Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak wants farmers, livestock breeders and fishermen to be more innovative and progressive to boost income and their standard of living....
06 November 2013
Robot to Assist in Pasture Management
NEW ZEALAND – Pasture work could be made simpler by a paddock robot built by leading experts at AgResearch New Zealand....
30 October 2013
Overcoming Smallholder Aquaculture Challenges with Biotechnology
GLOBAL - A new FAO publication calls for greater national and international efforts to bring agricultural biotechnologies to smallholder crop, livestock and fish producers in developing countries....
14 October 2013
Multi-million Pound Boost for Innovation in Agricultural Technology
UK - A new Agri-Tech Catalyst has been launched to help researchers and businesses develop innovative solutions to global challenges in the agricultural technology ('agri-tech') sector. ...
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