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FDA to utilize biomass for antimicrobial data

The US FDA hopes to use a biomass denominator as part of its quest for more accurate annual data concerning the level of antimicrobials sold or distributed for use in food-producing animals.

FDA United States

Australia starts project to reduce sheep diseases

Animal health authorities in south Australia are investing Aus$3million ($2.35 million) in a project to reduce the impact of 21 endemic sheep diseases in the region.

Australia Policy & Regulation

Mekong countries agree on animal disease control

The countries of the Upper Mekong region have once again agreed to work more effectively to control economically damaging animal diseases which cross their borders. 

Policy & Regulation Asia Pacific

APHIS set to recognize Mexico as CSF-free

The USDA said its Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) proposes to recognize Mexico as free of classical swine fever (CSF). 

Classical swine fever Mexico

CVMP proposes restrictions on aminoglycosides

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is taking a closer look at the use of aminoglycosides in animals to reduce the risk of antimicrobial resistance. 

Policy & Regulation Pharmaceuticals

New field manual on lumpy skin disease

The increasing threat of lumpy skin disease (LSD) in the Middle East and Eastern Europe has prompted the FAO to produce a field manual for animal health professionals to better cope with the economically damaging pathogen.

Europe Middle East and Africa
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