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The COVID-19 pandemic has driven down the prices for food around the world, according to the FAO.
Research has suggested a potential outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) could have a $50 billion impact on the US swine industry across 10 years.
The European Commission has proposed a €100 billion ($108 billion) loan package to keep people employed and businesses running during the COVID-19 crisis.
Israeli firm SynVaccine is looking for investment of $5 million to advance vaccines for the swine and poultry markets.
Ongoing uncertainty related to the coronavirus pandemic will have a substantial effect on UK aquaculture firm Benchmark’s advanced nutrition sales.
The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences has concluded there is a lack of evidence to suggest long-term carriers of African swine fever (ASF) exist.
Global meat markets are being pulled in different directions as COVID-19 triggers a transformation in the way people buy food.
Belgian firm ViroVet is aiming to match its previous round of financing to support the development of its livestock vaccine technology platform.
A Scottish aquaculture research group has begun a project to boost knowledge of salmon gill health.
US firm Zivo Bioscience has secured successful outcomes from an additional poultry gut health trial conducted in the fourth quarter of 2019.
Iowa State University (ISU) and the University of Georgia claim there is no evidence COVID-19 can cause visible infections in livestock or poultry.
Alltech has entered a deal with Canadian feed company Corey Nutrition to introduce a new line of aquafeed products to the North American market.
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