Monday links

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Animal Science

How to effectively control lameness in dairy cattle – Dairy Global Awareness of the impact of lameness on dairy cow welfare and economics has grown massively in the last 30 years. […]

Monday links

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Food Safety

GFSI in 2017: The Year of FSMA Compliance – Food Safety Tech Insights on how FSMA and GFSI work together to manage food safety.

The Right Way to Store These 9 […]

Monday links

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Agriculture

New study shows how plants fight off disease – Science Daily A new study has highlighted the minute details of how the plant’s immune system leads to its ability to resist disease. […]

Monday links

Listeria

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Food Safety

Listeria monocytogenes Draft Guidance Provides Detailed Specifications for RTE Foods – Acheson Group FDA has issued updated draft guidance intended for ready-to-eat food (RTE) facilities subject to FSMA’s Preventive […]

Scientists create genetic resource to improve wheat plants

A collection of wheat seeds with more than 10 million sequenced and carefully cataloged genetic mutations is now freely available to wheat breeders and researchers around the world. The resource is already aiding in the development of wheat plants with improved traits and according to scientists, will greatly accelerate the study of gene functions in […]

California farmers hope crops get a chance to chill

Just as people benefit from getting the proper amount of sleep, crops like pistachios, peaches and almonds need a certain kind of rest as well.

Typically referred to in the agricultural industry as “chill hours,” it is basically a certain amount of cold weather needed every year — usually between 32°F and 45°F —to help […]

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Food Safety

Government of Canada proposes new rules to strengthen food safety – Yahoo The proposed Safe Food for Canadians Regulations would better protect Canadian families by putting a greater emphasis on preventing […]

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Food Safety

Why Paying Attention to your Environmental Control Program is so Important – The Acheson Group This is not just about meeting regulations. Rather, one need only review such major recalls of […]

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Food Safety

Japan to help farmers obtain food safety certificates for 2020 Games – The Japan News The government will boost efforts to help domestic farmers obtain food safety certificates needed for providing […]

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Animal Science

Six More Farms Hit by Bird Flu in France –The Poultry Site The H5N8 strain of highly pathogenic avian influenza has been found in several different locations in France in the […]