NIAA WEEKLY BULLETIN
April 29, 2021
More news in ANIMAL AGRICULTURE
Would you try tele-health appointments with your vet? A recent Drovers Pulse Poll found 41% of beef producers said they would consider tele-health session for their cattle to address a specific disease or injury.
Millennials ditching cities for the US countryside are boosting sale at rural businesses Hal Lawton, CEO of Tractor Supply, said a new group of millennial shoppers had helped boost sales in the most recent quarter.
USPOULTRY to research vaccinating turkeys against Salmonella A new $60,000 board research grant will allow USPOULTRY to focus on vaccination strategies.
New sustainable advances help reimagine fish farmingMany scientists and chefs believe fish farms may be the future of food due to a combination of factors.
Trending headlines: Cattle futures, climate change, fake meat & more A roundup of recent headlines reveals consumer trends and political movements regarding changing beef cattle production.
Beef campaign highlights cattlemen’s sustainability efforts Integrated campaign shares stories of beef farmers and ranchers and their commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Hong Kong bans poultry imports from regions of Poland and South Korea Due to bird flu outbreaks, Hong Kong’s Centre for Food Safety has announced poultry bans from various regions in Poland and South Korea.
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