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USDA collecting data on feral swine damage to livestock operations – Producers are being asked to estimate damages on their operations caused by feral hogs.
Cattle producers now have easier access to animal disease traceability tool – U.S. CattleTrace releases a new tag storefront for producers to buy RFID tags.
Black vultures eating cows alive — Aggressive black vultures don’t always wait for their meals to be dead. Indiana livestock farmers are now allowed permits for removal.
US horse industry shows stability in face of Covid-19 pandemic – The horse industry has shown resilience with the number of horses owned or managed being fairly stable, a fresh survey shows.
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