Medically important antimicrobial drugs should be labeled as prescription products from June 11, 2023, as part of FDA efforts to improve antimicrobial stewardship and slow the development of antimicrobial resistance.
Since agriculture first developed around 8,000 BC, fences have been vital to keep livestock reigned in. For Norwegian company Nofence, however, physical barriers are not necessary. Its technology uses GPS to provide an invisible barrier, or ‘virtual fence’,...
The San Diego-based firm says its feed supplement can redirect methane-generating carbon in cow’s rumen into compounds that can be used as energy by the animal to produce more milk with a lower environmental footprint.
Windfall Bio founder Josh Silverman, PhD speaks to DairyReporter about his company's first-of-a-kind solution to reducing on-farm methane emissions and creating organic, nitrogen-enriched fertilizer. ‘We want this to be cheap enough so that any farmer...
Arla Foods has signed a memorandum of understanding to continue its work on providing training and employment opportunities for the local dairy market, where commercial farming is under-developed and demand for milk is outstripping supply.
At the National Farmers Union conference, Defra minister Mark Spencer said he will ‘follow the science’ on bovine TB, but admitted there’s ‘a long way to go’ for the whole industry. Plus: Keir Starmer's pitch to rural Britain.
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Marie-Claude Bibeau said that the fourth payment completes ‘full and fair’ compensation to producers who have lost market share as a result of two international trade agreements.
North American dairy farmers can add the corn hybrid to silage and see feed efficiency boost of around 5%, including carbon, land and water reductions. ‘There doesn’t seem to be a downside for producers to try the technology . . .’
New Crop Capital is a venture capital fund that only invests in sustainable start-ups developing cultured and plant-based meat, dairy and egg products. But it's not just about saving the planet: “There are billions to be made annually in this space,”...
Recent amendments to Germany's biotech laws will allow the
country's food processors to make use of a "without biotech" label
on their products, despite some concerns that such claims are
misleading, says a new...
Plans by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) to expand the
definition of grass-fed animals, has caused concern in the industry
that the growing market for organic pastured meats could be
undermined by commercial operations.
Sharp increases in meat prices at the end of September have
prompted Ukraine's Ministry of Agriculture to call for tighter
measures to prevent speculation and ensure more stable pricing. But
market observers claim that the increases...