Monday Mycotoxin Report, June 30

Back for another week — the Monday Mycotoxin Report. It’s your source for everything going on in the agricultural world: droughts, mycotoxin levels, crop growth and more. What are you waiting for? Watch the video below:

Start off your week with the Monday Links

Each week, we like to bring you the Monday Links — your go-to source for everything in the food and animal industry and beyond. At Neogen, we work to bring you the biggest and breaking news stories from around the world. What’s happening this week? Read on to find out.

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The dirty truth behind airlines

Getting on an airplane is stressful enough with long security lines, the person in front of you reclining their seat back too far, trying to find space in the overhead compartments and more — the last thing you need on top of that is to get sick. Which may be the very thing that happens […]

Safety matters: Bacon

Where there is bacon, there is love. Take this statistic: Americans eat nearly 18 pounds of bacon per year. Taking into account those with pork-free diets, some Americans may eat even more than that. Bacon mania is everywhere. So what’s the best way to keep it safe?

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Farmers say no to GMO for a surprising reason

There are two sides to the genetically modified organism (GMO) debate: either you’re for it, or you’re against it. There are shades of gray in between, but the battle lines have been drawn in the sand, leaving farmers and the entire agricultural industry somewhere in the middle.

GMO foods are “good” for a variety of […]

Are beans and peas for the birds?

A controversial battle is brewing in England between wildlife campaigners, farmers and the European Union (EU) government. The debate: assist nature, or plant more crops?

Originally, grant funds from the EU were aimed towards supporting wild plants and animals in the English countryside. Now, the funds are being handed to farmers to grow beans and […]

Wheat head scab update

Reports from agfax.com show that head scab of wheat (Fusarium head blight) is appearing in southern regions of several states, including Illinois and Missouri.

Fusarium head blight affects crops by “bleaching” them in color; due to rainy conditions during the flowering of the plant, crops are especially susceptible this year. Not only the appearance of […]

Tox Tuesday: Zolpidem

Get a good night sleep, finally. In an age of technology where you may stare at a computer/smartphone screen for hours on end during the day, it can be hard to shut down at the end of the day and get the sleep you need and deserve. That’s where short-acting non-benzodiazepines come into play, an […]

Monday Mycotoxin Report, June 23

We’ve gathered the latest news from the agricultural world and compiled it into a video. What is going on with growth rates? Are there any mycotoxins growers and consumers ought to be worried about? Watch the video to find out.

7 things you need to know this Monday

[ SPANISH ] Summer is finally here, and with it comes a lot of news in the animal and food safety industries. Don’t have time to scour the internet for all that you need to know? Relax, we have you covered.

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