This US Department of Agriculture (USDA) infographic provides a reference on how to protect your premises from African swine fever (ASF) and other animal diseases.
Sensors and software monitor pigs and workers in real time and in new ways.
The EU-funded PROHEALTH project sought to gain a better understanding of the many different aspects of intensive pig and poultry production that play a role in animal pathologies.
On Friday, December 7, the Ulster Farmers' Union announced a case of Bluetongue had been discovered in a heifer imported from France to Northern Ireland.
New guidelines by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) on infection control offer standard operating procedures to guide veterinary teams in cleaning and disinfection, hand hygiene, personal protective equipment, identifying high-risk patients, and managing contagious patients in isolation.
Greg Ibach, Under Secretary for the US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Marketing and Regulatory Programs, announced USDA’s four overarching goals for advancing animal disease traceability
Ireland’s Agriculture, Food and Marine Department has developed a surveillance website to help ensure that ongoing, accurate animal health related information is provided to all relevant stakeholders.
These Guidelines have been specifically developed to aid Veterinary Services to prepare for the investigation of suspicious biological events in relation to animal health, taking into account the additional challenges related to joint investigations.
A new research center is aiming to take on some of the big questions about antibiotic use in animal agriculture, the role that it plays in antimicrobial resistance (AMR), and how to improve health for people, animals, and the environment.
Federal, state and local agencies came together recently in Albuquerque to host an animal husbandry and biosecurity exercise to prepare responders for a potential emergency incident involving livestock in New Mexico.