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Don’t have time to scour the internet for the latest food safety, animal safety, life sciences and agriculture news? Relax, we’ve got it covered.

Food safety

100+ groups ask Obama to ditch new poultry rulesFood Safety News

More than 100 organizations signed a letter sent to President Obama asking for the withdrawal of the USDA’s proposed rule on the “Modernization of Poultry Slaughter Inspection.”

Lawmakers pull about-face on food safety ‘glove law’ — SFGate

California’s lawmakers have passed a new food safety law that they wish they hadn’t.

Animal safety

Hemp may reduce diarrhoea, mortality in young pigs — The Pig Site

Bioactive ingredients from industrial hemp will be used in new research to optimise the diets for sows and piglets, thus reducing post-weaning diarrhoea, the use of antibiotics and piglet mortality.

States fight California’s chicken cage law. But it’s really about bacon — NPR

“We just simply cannot let California dictate to the rest of the country how we house hens or hogs or cattle,” says Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa.


Calf-feeder prices higher amid light receipts — Beef Magazine

Feeder and stocker cattle sold steady to $4 higher while Feeder Cattle futures received mid-week pressure.

Ukrainian impasse propels bullish corn trades to record — Bloomberg

Russia’s incursion into Ukraine has led to record options trading in a security that tracks corn.


UAE is first to ban synthetic cannabinoid drugs in Arab world —

The UAE is the first Arab country to take legal measures to include synthetic cannabinoids in its drug law.

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