UK farmers are up in arms over claims made in a TV documentary Apocalypse Cow: How Meat Killed the Planet.
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The Mycoplasma bovis eradication programme is closing in on another milestone as 2019 draws to an end.
A new report warns that a virus decimating parts of the global pork industry could spread to more countries next year.
Most of the damage caused by facial eczema (FE) is subclinical (no obvious external signs) and goes unnoticed until it’s too late, comments Agritrade.
Unimpeded sap movement is crucial for a healthy vine, but often foiled by pruning techniques, says Simonit & Sirch master pruner Mia Fischer.
Viticulturist Richard Smart explains the growing threat to Marlborough’s wine industry: trunk disease.
As we struggle to fathom how we ended up in the throes of a measles outbreak again, we’re reminded of the importance of vaccinations to protect us from life-threatening diseases.
A team led by Punjab Agricultural University, India, with researchers from The University of Western Australia, reports a breakthrough in disease resistance in brassica crops.
A suspected new disease in the New Zealand poultry industry is a disappointment, says Michael Brooks, executive director, Egg Producers Federation (EPF).