EU Commission, farmers fume at Greenpeace on animal farming report

By |februar 14th, 2019|Animals, Copa-Cogeca, farming, Greenpeace, livestock, News|

The European Commission and EU farmers association (Copa Cogeca) both dismissed as groundless and simplistic a report conducted by Greenpeace which argued that animal farming in Europe was using too much agricultural land.

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How Brexit will impact healthcare for our pets and farm animals

By |september 21st, 2018|Animals, Brexit, Brexit negotiations, News, vaccines|

Brexit, particularly the prospect of 'no deal', poses a serious threat to animal welfare standards and food security, writes Carel du Marchie Sarvaas.

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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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