Livestock

Climate-friendly labriculture depends on an energy revolution: Oxford study

cattle farm 18fComparison of the greenhouse gases produced by lab-grown and farm-raised beef in the current energy system suggests that the benefits of reducing methane could be outweighed by increased CO2, according to a study from the livestock, environment and people (LEAP) programme at the Oxford Martin School

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AgriChemWhey builds first-of-a-kind dairy biorefinery

dairy biorefineryWith an aim to tackle the dairy waste issues, AgriChemWhey is building a never-before industrial-scale biorefinery in the South East region of Ireland, which will have the capacity to valorise more than 25,000 tonnes per annum, of excess Whey Permeate (WP) and De-lactosed Whey Permeate (DLP)

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FAO urges safer practices in livestock trade in Asia-Pacific

FAO pigThe UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has urged countries of the Greater Mekong Sub-Region (GMS) to be vigilant in their inspection and monitoring of cross border trade of animal products as transboundary animal diseases (TADs) continue to pose health risks

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Improving poultry health and management in Luangprabang, Lao PDR

FAO poultryPoultry producer groups have joined forces with the Northern Agriculture and Forestry College (NAFC) and relevant local authorities from Lao PDR to study the community poultry flock health management approach and associated disease risk reduction at the Puparn Royal Development Study Centre in North-east Thailand

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HORECA to supply Fonterra products to foodservice channel in the UAE

Dairy productHORECA Trade – a Bidfood company, the UAE’s one of the leading multi-channel foodservice providers of international F&B brands, has announced an exclusive distributorship with Fonterra to supply dairy products to the country’s foodservice channels

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