Animal Health
Monday, October 6, 2003
US Researchers Found Molecule in Meat, Milk & Tumors
October 6, 2003 US Researchers Found Molecule in Meat, Milk & Tumors A non-human molecule found in red meat and milk makes its way into the human system when eaten and seems to build up especially in tumors, US researchers reported.   The c ...
Thursday, October 2, 2003
US Lame Cows Detected Early
October 2, 2003 US Lame Cows Detected Early U.S. cows are feeling the ache in their legs as they walk back and forth from the milking palour, to keep local dairy stocks from declining. Now, it seems that one in five cows in the U.S has a co ...
Thursday, October 2, 2003
No Sign Of Swine Fever In Second Tested Danish Pig
October 2, 2003 No Sign Of Swine Fever In Second Tested Danish Pig A second pig in Denmark suspected of having classical swine fever, or CSF, was cleared of the disease after tests showed negative results. The test were carried out and publ ...
Thursday, October 2, 2003
UK Estimates Total BSE Cost At Euro100 Billion
October 2, 2003 UK Estimates Total BSE Cost At Euro100 Billion A UK panel of international experts has estimated the total long-term cost of BSE in cattle to be close to €100bn, €92bn (65 sterling pound) of which in Europe. The group, heade ...
Thursday, October 2, 2003
US Texas Close To Eradicating Cattle Brucellosis
October 2, 2003 US Texas Close To Eradicating Cattle Brucellosis Texas animal health officials were disappointed, but not surprised when they detected a cattle herd infected with brucellosis in Henderson County, breaking a 13-month stretch ...
Thursday, October 2, 2003
Japan's BSE Investigation Raises Certain Doubts
October 2, 2003 Japan's BSE Investigation Raises Certain Doubts Scrutiny into Japan's mad cow disease outbreak two years ago has led scientists to believe the disease came either through imported Italian cattle feed or British cows. However ...
Tuesday, September 30, 2003
EU To Compensate Netherlands For Bird Flu
September 30, 2003 EU To Compensate Netherlands For Bird Flu The European Commission has decided to pay € 10m to the Dutch government, to compensate poultry producers for losses incurred during this year's avian influenza epidemic. Brussels ...
Tuesday, September 30, 2003
Japanese Scientist Produces First Transgenic Fish
September 30, 2003 Japanese Scientist Produces First Transgenic Fish A Japanese expert has come up with a technique producing genetically modified fish, which holds promise for protecting endangered fish species such as Atlantic salmon. By ...
Tuesday, September 30, 2003
EU Sets New Rules Governing Foot-And-Mouth Disease
September 30, 2003 EU Sets New Rules Governing Foot-And-Mouth Disease European Union farm ministers Monday approved new regulations intended to curb economic damage from future outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease by using vaccination earlie ...
Tuesday, September 30, 2003
Australia Joins Research On Cattle Disease
September 30, 2003 Australia Joins Research On Cattle Disease Australia's premier science agency Tuesday announced it will join a push by British, U.S. and Canadian scientists to research and develop an improved vaccine and testing regime f ...
Monday, September 29, 2003
Japan Findings Link BSE To imports
September 29, 2003 Japan Findings Link BSE To imports  A farm ministry panel has concluded that the outbreak of mad cow disease in Japan was probably caused by cattle feed made from imported British cows or feed made in Italy in the 1980s, ...
Friday, September 26, 2003
Australia's Imugene Develops Advance Vaccine
September 26, 2003 Australia's Imugene Develops Advance Vaccine Australian animal health products firm IMUGENE LTD is expecting the commercial potential of its products to surge significantly in the wake of a major scientific advance in its ...
Friday, September 26, 2003
Unhealthy Price Volatility Seen in China's Lysine Market
September 26, 2003 Unhealthy Price Volatility Seen in China's Lysine Market An eFeedLink Exclusive Report Lysine market in China on Friday is seen in a state of price volatility, with quoted prices varying widely from place to place. Quotat ...
Friday, September 26, 2003
Uruguay Lifts Ban Most Of Argentine Beef
September 26, 2003 Uruguay Lifts Ban Most Of Argentine Beef Uruguay on Thursday lifted its 20-day-old ban on beef from most parts of Argentina. However, the country will maintain its ban on beef from the northern Argentine, which are close ...
Friday, September 26, 2003
Argentina Calls For End To Foot-And-Mouth
September 26, 2003 Argentina Calls For End To Foot-And-Mouth  Leaders from Argentina's beef industry want nations of the Mercosur trade bloc to work together to eradicate foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) from the region. Mercosur is a Latin Ame ...

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