EFSA suggests ways to avoid mass suffering of unwanted male chicks

By |november 13th, 2019|animal farming, Animal health, animal welfare, chicks, intensive agriculture, intensive animal farming, Intensive farming, meat production, News, poultry|

Technology to prevent the necessity of killing surplus or unproductive animals should be encouraged to prevent the unnecessary suffering of male chicks, a new report finds. 

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Innovation in animal health: Sifting the tangible actions from the political ideas

By |maj 30th, 2018|AMR, AMR plan, Animal health, Antimicrobial resistance, News|

Over the past fifty years, the EU has done a stellar job in moving from a very fragmented national approach to animal disease control to a progressively more harmonised system of animal health measures, disease surveillance, diagnosis and control, writes Roxane Feller.  

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Expert: Animal health innovations will benefit both farming and society

By |maj 28th, 2018|AMR, animal breeding techniques, animal disease, Animal health, animal welfare, News, vaccination, vaccines|

An innovation-driven approach – ranging from vaccination to other health management solutions and appropriate biosecurity measures – will ensure more sustainable future livestock farming and protection of public health, as animal diseases do not recognise borders, Roxane Feller told EURACTIV.com.

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The role of innovation in Europe’s animal health

By |maj 28th, 2018|animal disease, Animal health, Animals, News|

In an effort to minimise animal diseases’ outbreaks, the European Commission adopted in 2007 the “Prevention is better than cure” approach when it comes to animal health strategy. According to the executive, the objective was to focus on preventive measures, disease surveillance, controls and research.  

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