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Researchers at the University of Alberta have identified when livestock in the Canadian province are most at risk of disease transmission from wildlife.
Canadian firm Avivagen has built on its presence in the Philippines by entering into a distribution partnership with Inphilco.
Elanco has delivered more than $8 million in socio-economic value for smallholder farmers in East Africa.
UK aquaculture health business Benchmark has raised proceeds of £43 million ($56 million) to scale up and launch new technologies.
A collaboration between two research institutes has developed a new method of tissue sampling that could aid research into therapies for chicken lung diseases.
Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health has initiated a project focused on behavioral science to improve cattle pain management and wellbeing.
A stronger relationship between public and private stakeholders is required to improve the supply of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccines around the world, according to the FAO.
Germany has confirmed a fresh outbreak of avian influenza, triggering new trade curbs in Asia and strict disease control measures in the Netherlands.
Researchers have mapped active and inactive genes in specialized lung immune cells, which they claim play a key role in fighting bovine tuberculosis (bTB) infections.
Hatch has raised $8.4 million for its first aquaculture venture capital fund.
Saskatchewan's Agriculture Development Fund (ADF) has provided just over Can$8 million ($6 million) of investment to back livestock and agriculture projects in 2020.
The USDA claims it did not withdraw a policy mandating use of radio frequency identification (RFID) tags on cattle to avoid a lawsuit.
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