|MORE NEWS IN ANIMAL AGRICULTURE
National Pork Board awarded $155 million – NPB is leading one and collaborating on two grants receiving a total of $155 million in USDA Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities funding.
USDA pushes 2023 all-milk price forecast higher – According to the latest All-Milk price forecast, economists expect the dairy market to strengthen in the coming year. In recent reports, the All-Milk price was increased 20 cents to $22.70 per cwt. for 2023.
Cattlemen concerned with biotechnology executive order – NCBA and USCA say focusing on cultured meat benefits large businesses, rather than independent cattle producers.
Study to explore potential for monkeypox virus to spread to livestock – First step toward understanding monkeypox’s ability to replicate in the respiratory cells of cattle and pigs in a controlled in vitro environment.
Study finds moderate dairy consumption could decrease risk of Type 2 diabetes – New research suggests that 200 g/day of milk can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by 10%.
How to achieve proper ventilation in the swine barn – To maintain good air quality in swine barns, it is necessary to balance the environmental conditions in the barn according to the age of the pigs, their health status, breed, and growth rate.
Five ways to prevent winter weight loss in horses – Here are five tips to help keep your horse healthy through the cold season.
ANNOUNCEMENTS IN ANIMAL AGRICULTURE
CDFA AUS is seeking a veterinarian to join our team researching current livestock health trends and developing resources for on-farm application based on antimicrobial use and disease prevention strategies for California producers and livestock veterinarians. This position qualifies for the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program. CDFA AUS is supportive of personal and professional time off and provides excellent benefits, including top-notch healthcare, dental, and disability insurance. Join our collaborative team! Learn more here.
NIAA is delighted to support the Animal AgTech Innovation Summit in Amsterdam on October 12-13. Make the most of this unique opportunity to meet up with industry colleagues across Europe and around the world. Check in with partners, kickstart new connections, and secure face to face time with new prospects during 1-1 meetings and a networking drinks reception. Register here.
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NIAA is updating the lists of council members. Whether you attend every council meeting or have never attended, please review our council list and check the boxes for each council you are interested in. To review the purpose of each council, please visit our website here.
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