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Food Safety

Raw Milk, Cheese Cause Almost All Dairy Foodborne Illness — Food Safety Magazine A new report released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and […]

Monday links

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Food Safety

Poisoned in paradise: Rat lungworm nightmare in Hawaii — Food Safety News Although state officials have downplayed the danger of rat lungworm parasites, the fact remains that Hawaii is in the […]

Down on the farm: Biosecurity principles

Some of the scariest epidemics we hear about in the news aren’t just human infections — oftentimes, animals are the ones impacted.

But as we know, sick animals lead to sick humans. That’s why biosecurity is so important. The goals of a successful biosecurity plan are to keep animals healthy and to prevent the spread […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

Seaweed can improve piglet health — All About Feed With a naïve immune system, nursing piglets are prone to intestinal disorders that result in diarrhea. Unfortunately, with the increasing incidence of […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

Poultry Farm Sets up Lasers to Guard its Organic Hens from Bird Flu — The Poultry Site An organic egg farm in England has set up a novel method of protecting […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

Avian influenza difficult to deal with – Poultry World Poultry producers in Europe and the U.S. are out of the woods when it comes to the avian influenza threat from wild […]

Cracking the code: A look at bird flu strains

H5N1, H7N3, H7N9, H5N2, H7N8.

What do these mysterious series of letters and numbers mean, and why should we pay attention to them?

Some of these numbers might ring a bell if you pay close attention to the news. All of the above are strains of avian influenza, otherwise known as bird flu. H5N1 is […]

Monday links

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Animal Science:

Feeding residue milk: A no-go – All About Feed A recent investigation from the European Food Safety Authority showed that dairy calves that are fed milk from cows treated with antimicrobials […]

Monday Links

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How some chickens got striped feathers – Science Daily Birds show an amazing diversity in plumage color and patterning. But what are the genetic mechanisms creating such patterns? Researchers now report that two […]

Neogen to present on meat speciation technology at PetFood Forum

With the current heightened concern over the content of pet food, Neogen will be presenting on the latest meat speciation testing technology at the PetFood Forum next week in Kansas City.

The forum will feature Neogen’s Dr. Susanne Hinkley’s poster presentation entitled, “Real time test methodology for the detection, identification and quantification of mammalian DNA […]