Neogen launches new look Prozap® livestock and equine insecticides

Neogen is refreshing its comprehensive line of effective Prozap® farm, home, livestock and equine insecticides to better connect the brand with Neogen’s full line of biosecurity products, and enhance visibility on the shelf with easy recognition of the products’ uses. Consumers will begin seeing the new look late summer of 2017 in preparation for next […]

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U.S. bans import of Brazilian beef over safety concerns — CNN Money The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced the immediate suspension of fresh beef imports from Brazil after inspections uncovered public […]

Researchers make strides in fight against bovine leukemia virus

Bovine leukemia is a scary topic for beef ranchers and dairy farmers, and for good reason. But now, researchers in northern Japan have made a discovery that might help fight against bovine leukemia virus (BLV) and other infectious cow diseases in the future.

The virus that causes the contagious disease, BLV, is a retrovirus of […]

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Foodborne illness ravages Iraqi refuges; charity blamed — Food Safety News In a refugee camp in Iraq, more than 800 people became sick and two may […]

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Enhancing safety of dairy foods — Morning AgClips The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) helped secure several positive developments for dairy farmers and their cooperatives at the National Conference on Interstate […]

Beat the heat: Avoiding heat stress in livestock

Like it or not, in most of the northern hemisphere, temperatures are slowly creeping up as summertime makes its grand entrance. During this season, hot and humid weather can be dangerous for both humans and animals, especially livestock, who don’t usually have the luxury of stepping into a refreshing, air conditioned building.

What is heat […]

Salmonella outbreak highlights backyard chicken concerns

Chickens aren’t just for the farm anymore. More and more city and suburban residents are building coops and raising flocks in their own backyards. But as poultry and humans increasingly share their living spaces, health problems can arise.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report stating that multiple ongoing outbreaks […]

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Study: Fatty Acids Can Kill Listeria — Food Safety Magazine Research conducted at the University of Southern Denmark shows that fatty acids might neutralize the harmful effects of Listeria. The study […]

‘Grazing the crop like stock’ — Australia’s mouse plague

The state of Victoria, Australia, is dealing with some pesky invaders right now.

Emerging crops, such as canola, are being decimated by mouse infestations, with numbers in some areas reaching plague proportions and forcing farmers to resow areas of crop. What’s more — there is a shortage of mouse bait to deal with the problem.

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Food insecurity and its link to mycotoxins — All About Feed In his remarks at the World Nutrition Forum, Christopher Elliott of Queen’s University Belfast explained how mycotoxins are related to […]