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Scottish start-up Biotangents has entered a collaboration with local institutes to improve the accuracy of its point-of-care (POC) testing system for infectious diseases in livestock.
Authorities in the Philippines have called on pig producers to ramp up biosecurity measures amid fears that African swine fever (ASF) may have reached the country for the first time.
Scientists in Scotland have uncovered thousands of microbes in cow guts that could increase meat and milk yield.
A joint project between the UK and China has been launched to improve the health of farmed chickens in the latter country using artificial intelligence.
Asia's problems with African swine fever (ASF) have worsened, as Myanmar confirmed its first case of the disease.
A canola-based alternative to omega-3 fish oil developed by Cargill for use in aquafeed has been approved for cultivation in the US.
The US FDA has handed a supplemental approval to Merck Animal Health for its Estrumate (cloprostenol injection) reproductive injectable for cows.
Elanco remains focused on its innovation, portfolio and productivity (IPP) strategy.
UK aquaculture health firm Benchmark is continuing to face challenges in the global shrimp and Mediterranean seabass/bream markets.
The USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) continues to work on implementing provisions in the 2018 Farm Bill dealing with animal health issues.
Canadian dairy health technology specialist SomaDetect has completed its most recent seed funding round, raising $2 million.
Serbia has reported four suspected cases of African swine fever (ASF) among backyard pigs.
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