Livestock

South Africa hit with bird flu outbreak

South Africa has warned its exported could be affected by the bird flu outbreak

South Africa has been hit with its first case of the highly pathogenic avian influenza (AI) strain H5N8 strain, which devastated Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

A 2015 study found evidence of modern-day slavery in Brazil's agriculture sector

Self-regulation to fight Brazilian slavery called for

New biosecurity rules have been crafted to safeguard profitability

Australian cattlemen face up to new disease rules

Bali dog meat trade exposed

Graphic content warning: Bali’s dog meat trade

USAPEEC chairman Marc Killebrew, Tyson Foods (right), receives the ceremonial gavel from outgoing chairman Steve Monroe of Sanderson Farms

Tyson Foods vice president elected chairman of US poultry council

Left to right: Song Weiping, vice president, Da Bei Nong; Xi Chunling, ICCAW chair; Zhonghua Zhao, country director, World Animal Protection China

China takes big step toward improving pig welfare

US President Donald Trump has been urged to put the interests of the beef industry first

American farmers back NAFTA rewrite to protect beef producers

China's young pork industry is reaching out to foreign investors for sustenance

Danish investment firm breaks ground in Chinese pig breeding project

The EU's new animal welfare body met for the first time earlier this week

New EU animal welfare body should promote high standards, says EC

The antimicrobial will be used to treat egg-producing chickens in Malaysia

Animal health firm gets Malaysian antibiotic approval

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