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With world’s attention on Covid-19, warnings that lack of measures to contain pandemic could lead to culling of record number of pigs.
'Unstoppable': African swine fever deaths to eclipse record 2019 toll
2 June 2020
In the midst of full confinement in France wildlife care centers no longer receive state funding and injured wild animals can no longer be taken care by the volunteers. Fondation Brigitte Bardot urges the French government to react.
The French government should help wildlife care centers
27 April 2020
A consumer group has called on the European Commission to ensure that food safety and consumer protection are not compromised during the coronavirus pandemic.
Foodwatch concerned about interim EU rules during Coronavirus
14 April 2020
The 2016 analysis reflects a much stronger global participation in the data collection, with an estimated global biomass coverage of 74%, increased from 68% in 2015.
OIE’s Annual Report confirms that lack of regulatory framework is main barrier to collecting data on antimicrobial usage in animals
10 March 2020
First opinion vets across the UK hold the key to cracking Britain’s most baffling dog disease – cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV), or Alabama rot – according to members of a multi-pronged research group who have launched a fresh appeal for help.
Fresh call for vets to help crack CRGV mystery
17 February 2020
A record number of mutilated dolphins have washed up on the shores of French beaches in 2019, alarming animal welfare groups globally.
1,100 mutilated dolphins have washed up on French beaches
11 February 2020
Concerns come as Senate calls for release of dozens of outstanding independent observer reports
RSPCA seriously concerned about 'sanitised' live export observer reports
24 July 2019
The major factors attributing to the growth of the animal wound care market are increasing initiatives by the governments and animal welfare associations and an increase in animal adoption and animal healthcare expenditure.
Report shows how and why the animal wound care market is growing
11 July 2019
Despite the rise of vegetarianism and veganism in Europe, animal-source foods currently remain our only option for meeting the nutrient demands of a growing global population.
AnimalHealth Europe’s president thinks animal health is the forgotten factor in producing affordable, safe food for Europe
5 June 2019
Less illness, reduced medicine consumption, and the mortality rate in organic trout production—these are the goals of the new research project ShelterFish, spearheaded by DTU Aqua.
New project will explore how welfare improvements can lead to healthier trout
28 May 2019
Zoonoses, from the Greek ‘zoon’ (animal) and ‘nosos’ (sickness), are infectious diseases found in animals (usually vertebrates) that can be naturally transmitted to humans (or vice versa)
New project launched by EC and pharmaceutical industry aims to find new ways to fight diseases transmitted to humans from animals
25 April 2019
The EU needs around eight million puppies annually to meet consumer demand – far beyond legitimate breeders’ capacity.
Animal health law: A power tool against the illegal puppy trade?
4 April 2019