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Partnerships to increase pig production in Uganda

Partnerships to increase pig production in Uganda

Fighting against Rift Valley fever

Fighting against Rift Valley fever

Rift Valley fever is a viral disease endemic to Africa that is found on animals and spread via biting mosquitoes. The threat of Rift Valley fever is on the rise and has recently been added to the World Health Organisation priority list. Health control mea

Horses get the flu, too

Horses get the flu, too

Flu vaccines for horses haven't been updated in more than 25 years, but researchers have developed a new live equine influenza vaccine that's safe and more protective than existing vaccines. Proactively preventing the spread of flu in animals is important

Zimbabwe loses 3,000 cattle to tick-borne diseases

Zimbabwe loses 3,000 cattle to tick-borne diseases

Zimbabwe loses 3,000 cattle to tick-borne diseases by OSCAR NKALA July 12, 2018 Africa, Animal diseases, Headlines No Comments The Zimbabwean government says farmers have lost more than 3 000 cattle to a wave of tick-borne diseases recorded ar

Love animals based on you and me Aid project of Oxytetracycline injection for animals

Love animals based on you and me Aid project of Oxytetracycline injection for animals

Aid project of Oxytetracycline injection for animals

Fly Control is Important for Cattle Herds Over the Summer

Fly Control is Important for Cattle Herds Over the Summer

Biting flies on cattle at the North Florida Research and Education Center in Marianna, Florida. ( Tyler Jones, University of Florida Extension )

New Zealand to Spend $600 Million to Eradicate Cattle Disease

New Zealand to Spend $600 Million to Eradicate Cattle Disease

China lifts ban on UK beef in move worth £250m in first five years

China lifts ban on UK beef in move worth £250m in first five years

China has today lifted its ban on exports of British beef in a landmark move for farmers, estimated to be worth £250m in the first five years alone.

Project to use AI to detect early-stages of major cattle disease

Project to use AI to detect early-stages of major cattle disease

A new project is to investigate early disease diagnosis in dairy calves using artificial intelligence methods.

WSAVA gains support in effort to widen drug access

WSAVA gains support in effort to widen drug access

Restrictions on therapeutics are “a critical issue for companion animal veterinarians in many parts of the world,” one expert says. WRITTEN BY TODAY'S VETERINARY BUSINESS IN MAY 2018

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