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Gov. Wolf funds $2 Million- Governor Tom Wolf today announced grants totaling more than $2 million to six Pennsylvania organizations for research on issues critical to sustaining and growing the state’s $132.5 billion agriculture industry.
Rendering challenge must be overcome- When several thousand cattle were lost to a heat crisis in southwestern Kansas in June, it revealed just how important it is to address rules that regulate rendering and carcass removal, Dr. Tera Barnhardt said in recent NIAA webinar.
Mermade Seafoods swims in cell agriculture waters to make cultivated scallops – Mermade Seafoods is out to disrupt the $8 billion global scallops market with its circular cellular agriculture technology approach for producing cultivated scallops.
Researchers employ microorganisms to counter major disease affecting beef industry- The little things living in a calf’s nose could be key to combating bovine respiratory disease, the single most costly illness affecting the beef industry.
Ohio has first HPAI case, involving 3 million layers- Ohio has had its first confirmed case of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in a commercial poultry flock, and this particular case involved a flock of 3 million table egg laying hens.
2022 farm sector income forecast- Net farm income, a broad measure of profits, is forecast to increase by $7.3 billion (5.2 percent) from 2021 to $147.7 billion in calendar year 2022.
Pigs contract Senecavirus A through imported feed – For the first time ever, Senecavirus A (SVA) has been detected in feed ingredients imported from an endemically infected country that are potentially linked to cases of SVA in pigs from a historically negative national herd.
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