NIAA WEEKLY BULLETIN
March 11, 2021
Supermarkets pressured to sell less meat and dairy
by Food Navigator
NGO Feedback is urging ‘immediate’ action from UK retailers to halve meat and dairy sales by 2030.
Ballot initiative to criminalize husbandry practices
by Fence Post
Proposed regulation in Colorado would change the rules on slaughter and standard husbandry practices.
More news in ANIMAL AGRICULTURE
Upcoming survey for livestock producers could aid future trade talks USDA is recruiting cattle and hog operations to participate in a survey to inform future trade negotiations.
Animal gene editing turf ware battle continues USDA has reopened the comment period on animal biotechnology as the new administrations comes in and evaluates previous comments made.
How technology aligns animal agriculture with sustainability Experts at the Animal AgTech Innovation Summit shared how innovative solutions and regenerative principles are key to the future of animal agriculture.
Certified Angus Beef launches #RestaurantChallenge Through April 11, CAB is offering weekly $100 gift cards as part of its #RestaurantChallenge to support struggling restaurants.
Veterinarians authorized to administer COVID-19 vaccine in some states Secretary Vilsack told AgDay host, Clinton Griffiths, that President Joe Biden is looking to expand the number of people qualified to administer vaccines.
AgriLife dives into pandemic’s effect on agriculture, food chain Texas A&M AgriLife personnel are tabulating the impacts of COVID-19 on animal agriculture product market and what it means for producers and consumers.
Alaska files $1B lawsuit against 21 poultry businesses Alaska has sued 21 businesses in the poultry industry, claiming the businesses operated a cartel and illegally inflated price of chicken.
High hopes for vertical aquaculture A pilot project in Singapore takes aquaculture to a new level to raise shrimp where land is limited.
U.S. dairy industry maintains pressure on Canada Three high profile U.S. dairy organizations sent comments to the government in Canada to live up to its promises in the USMCA trade treaty.
Rabobank: California’s Prop 12 a call to lead on animal welfare Christine McCracken, senior analyst – animal protein at Rabobank, encourages pork industry to be proactive in shaping animal welfare standards.
South Dakota sees growth in dairy producers South Dakota dairy producers have undergone a rapid expansion to meet the states growing cheese industry.
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