NIAA WEEKLY BULLETIN
July 22, 2021
More news in ANIMAL AGRICULTURE
Animal protein groups announce joint sustainability initiative – The Protein PACT for the People, Animals, and Climate of Tomorrow, is the first initiative of its kind to push for progress toward sustainable development goals through a coalition spanning multiple animal protein sectors.
Key trends impacting fisheries and aquaculture in the United States – An increased focus on climate change and environmental stewardship is rapidly changing the legal and regulatory landscape affecting the fisheries and aquaculture industries.
Milk prices may climb as WA dairy cows hit hard by NW heatwave – Dairy farmers are bracing for another agonizing stretch of near 100-degree days as they and other growers worry about the fallout from continuing drought conditions and heat-stress on their cows.
Gene editing: experts say it’s time to remodel regulatory landscape – In order for gene editing in agricultural animals to “unleash enormous gains in productivity,” a remodeling of the federal landscape is imperative.
Why big ag can’t afford to ignore cultured meat technology – Consumer interest in cultivated meat products –beef, chicken, and more– has producers of conventional meats watching the space very closely.
Chinese appetite for chicken paws proves a boon for the US poultry industry – Chicken paws, also called phoenix talons, are proving to be as popular with Chinese consumers as chicken wings are in the U.S.
Get the flock out: how farmers save livestock from natural disasters – Prepping livestock for natural disasters requires a lot of planning, especially moving into hurricane season.
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