More than 45 countries recently renewed their commitment to help eradicate sheep and goat plague, also known as peste des petits ruminants (PPR), by 2030.
A Food Standards Agency survey among consumers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland found that food hygiene was the top food safety concern for UK consumers when eating out.
A new hatchery for layer hens, the Huayu International Poultry Incubation Centre in Handan in China’s Hebei Province, said to be the largest in the world, is expected to produce...
Australia’s Department of Agriculture has suspended the licence of an unnamed live sheep exporter, it has said in a statement.
A statement issued by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), following its 86th general session in Paris recently, highlighted a number of the current major animal health threats around...
The Soil Health Institute in the US has announced the first steps towards creating standard measurements for soil health.
New Zealand’s city-centric Labour government is to set a limit on how many dairy cows a farmer can run.
Animal welfare was taking a back seat as politics took over in the controversy over Australian live sheep exports to the Middle East.
After a long and extremely wet winter, farmers in Ireland are being faced with a fodder crisis, as they do not have nearly enough feed to supply their herds this...
Video footage of live sheep being exported from Australia has emerged, showing animals being transported in appalling conditions.
The New Zealand government is set to cull cattle on 28 farms infected with Mycoplasma bovis, and the farmers’ losses will be covered.
US researchers have found that sheep mostly ignore the presence of a drone after a time, allowing the technology to be used effectively on smaller farms.