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Elanco convenes animal agriculture leaders in effort to sustainably combat hunger by 2030 – Industry leaders convene to discuss animal agriculture’s solution to the interconnected challenges of hunger and climate change at The Sustainable Solutions of Zero Hunger Forum.
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ASF vaccines: Is the waiting game almost over? – Although there’s no licensed commercial vaccine for African Swine Fever available, experts say they are encouraged by the process that’s been made in the last few years.
U.S. frozen beef exports to China growing – The U.S. has surpassed Australia as the top exporter of frozen beef to China.
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