Wednesday, January 14, 2004
China To Vaccinate Chickens For Export To Hong Kong
January 14, 2004 China To Vaccinate Chickens For Export To Hong Kong China will worked with Hong Kong to prevent bird flu entering the territory by vaccinating all live chicken exports. "We have agreed with the mainland authorities, for all ...
Wednesday, January 14, 2004
OIE To Probe Into Asian Bird Flu Outbreak
January 14, 2004 OIE To Probe Into Asian Bird Flu Outbreak The OIE group, a Paris-based world organisation for animal health, will be sending scientists to investigate the recent bird flu outbreak in Asia. OIE says its research will commenc ...
Wednesday, January 14, 2004
Canadian Ranchers Battered By Mad Cow Scare
January 14, 2004 Canadian Ranchers Battered By Mad Cow Scare For Canadian rancher Arno Doerksen, 2003 can be summed up with two dates: May 20, when mad cow disease was diagnosed in Canada, and Dec. 22, when it was discovered in the United S ...
Wednesday, January 14, 2004
Japan Rejects Canada Request To End Beef Import Ban
January 14, 2004 Japan Rejects Canada Request To End Beef Import Ban Japan has rejected Canada's request to lift the prevailing beef ban in place as a result of the mad cow disease case last year. Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Ministe ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Hong Kong Bans Korean Chickens Following Bird Flu
January 13, 2004 Hong Kong Bans Korean Chickens Following Bird Flu Hong Kong has banned chicken imports from South Korea and is considering a similar ban against Japanese poultry following outbreaks of a disease that has killed thousands of ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Japan Bird Flu Triggers Demand For Imports
January 13, 2004 Japan Bird Flu Triggers Demand For Imports Importers and wholesalers were flooded with inquiries from meat processors about the availability of broiler chicken imported from Thailand, Brazil and other countries Tuesday morn ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Philippines To Ban Poultry From South Korea, Vietnam, Japan On Bird Flu Scare
January 13, 2004 Philippines To Ban Poultry From South Korea, Vietnam, Japan On Bird Flu Scare The Philippines is set to impose a ban on domestic and wild birds, including poultry meat products, from South Korea, Vietnam and Japan following ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Eight More Countries Ban US Beef On Mad Cow
January 13, 2004 Eight More Countries Ban US Beef On Mad Cow The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Monday has added eight nations to the list it maintains on countries that have erected bans on U.S. beef, cattle or other products in react ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
South Korea Confirms New Bird Flu Case
January 13, 2004 South Korea Confirms New Bird Flu Case South Korea confirmed the emergence of a new case of bird flu in the southeastern part of the country. The South Korean Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry said that 9,000 chickens we ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Zimbabwe To Construct FMD Vaccine Facility
January 13, 2004 Zimbabwe To Construct FMD Vaccine Facility Zimbabwe is likely to construct a facility to produce a Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) vaccine, a development that could save the country $15 billion in foreign currency. Discussions ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
UN: Mad Cow Screening Inadequate
January 13, 2004 UN: Mad Cow Screening Inadequate A United Nations food agency has called measures taken by many countries to screen cattle for mad cow disease inadequate to prevent the spread of the infection and reassure consumers. The U. ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
USDA Holds Mad Cow Meeting For Trade Partners
January 13, 2004 USDA Holds Mad Cow Meeting For Trade Partners The U.S. Department of Agriculture held a meeting Monday for trade partners as part of ongoing efforts to show importers what the U.S. is doing in response to the case of mad-co ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Bird Registration In Texas For Easier Disease Tracing
January 13, 2004 Bird Registration In Texas For Easier Disease Tracing In the wake of last year's case of exotic Newcastle disease in a flock of chickens near El Paso, Texas animal health commissioners on Feb. 18 will consider for adoption ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Japan Wants Stricter Mad Cow Inspection Standards
January 13, 2004 Japan Wants Stricter Mad Cow Inspection Standards Japan will ask the World Organization for Animal Health to establish stricter international inspection standards for mad cow disease. The intergovernmental organization, kno ...
Tuesday, January 13, 2004
Mad Cow Toll In UK Overstated
January 13, 2004 Mad Cow Toll In UK Overstated When the mad cow disease first appeared in the United Kingdom back in 1996, scientists predicted that its spread would kill thousands of Britons. Fortunately, extreme predictions of up to 500,0 ...

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