Maharashtra bans sale or possession of beef
GlobalMeatNews, Tuesday 3 March 2015

The sale or possession of beef in Maharashtra, India could now carry a jail sentence, after a government Bill banning the practice was finally given presidential assent.

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Study finds evidence of H9N2 infection in pigs, farmers in China
CIDRAP FLU SCAN, Monday 2 March 2015

Low rates of antibodies to H9N2 avian flu were found in pigs and workers at pig farms in Shandong province in eastern China, according to a serology study yesterday in Virology Journal.

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Big growth predicted in amino acid sector based on higher inclusion levels
FeedNavigator, Monday 2 March 2015

While microalgae and insect meal represent potentially innovative protein sources, producers should look to higher amino acid supplementation to lower the protein requirements in animal diets and reduce the environmental burden, says a leading researcher.

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UK FSA publishes campylobacter survey results
WorldPoultry, Friday 27 February 2015

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has published the latest set of results from its year-long survey of campylobacter on fresh chickens.

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European report notes high resistance in Salmonella, Campylobacter
CIDRAP NEWS SCAN, Friday 27 February 2015

Multi-drug resistant isolates of Salmonella continue to spread across Europe, and some nations have reported ciprofloxacin resistance in Campylobacter isolates from both humans and animals, according to a report released yesterday by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the ECDC.

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Evidence of H5N1 antibodies low in poultry workers
CIDRAP FLU SCAN, Friday 27 February 2015

The level of antibodies to H5N1 avian flu in poultry workers in Bangladesh is low, according to a seroprevalence study today in Emerging Infectious Diseases.

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South Korea: A market with potential, and problems
PigProgress, Friday 27 February 2015

South Korea’s pig industry is in constant movement. From 
having many smaller pig farms, the country is rapidly heading 
to having a lot less, but very large ones. Partly this is caused by policy movements and disease outbreaks. What is the long-term outlook?

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