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Incinerators: ensuring biosecurity in farms

IGE distribute and maintain incinerators manufactured with multi-layered refractory bricks of the highest quality, with less than 12% porosity, making them the most fuel-efficient...
pangolin

Why the pangolin is the world’s most trafficked animal

The Wildlife Justice Commission (WJC) has released a report on the growth of trafficked pangolin scales, on the run up to Pangolin Day. The report...
Agricultural circular economy

From top to curly tail: Promoting the circular economy with pig manure

The agrifood sector is aiming to take a leading role in the progression of the circular economy, starting with the manure. One example of the...
colony collapse

Bioengineered bacteria to protect against colony collapse

Scientists from the University of Texas at Austin have developed a new strategy, using engineered bacteria, to protect honeybees from colony collapse disorder. According to...
horseracing

Inside the Horseracing Integrity Act’s hearing with Congress committee

Major players in the horse racing industry have testified about the use of performance-enhancing drugs and painkilling drugs to mask the injuries of racehorses,...
Animal antibiotics resistance

How animal antibiotic resistance is a threat to all

In an exclusive interview with Innovation News Network the Executive Director of HealthforAnimals, Carel du Marchie Sarvaas, discusses antibiotic resistance in animals and the...
An image to illustrate microbial protein synthesis in dairy cows

The challenges of feeding protein to high producing dairy cows

Environmental conditions in the ruminant stomach, such as in dairy cows, support a complex microbial population that alters protein before it reaches the ‘true...
food safety standards in agriculture

Food safety standards in agriculture: a Dutch overview

Following a raft of safety scandals on Dutch farms, Member States must work together to enforce standards and provide quality to consumers. Improving food safety...
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Innovation and adoption: use of precision technologies on farms

The demand for meat is projected to increase from 334 million tonnes in 2015 to 498 million tonnes in 2050. This is a result of...

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