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Global feed supply: 959 million tons

Alltech has released the results of its 2013 Global Feed Tonnage Survey conducted in December 2012. According to Alltech’s Aidan Connolly, it’s estimated that there is 959 million tons (mt) of global feed. FULL STORY »

'HSUS Revealed!' video gets 34,000 hits Play video

The newly launched Missouri Farmers Care Web site encourages people to find out more about farmers and how food gets from field to plate, and offers stories from farmers around the state who farm because they care. The group recently released a YouTube video, “HSUS Revealed!” which has already garnered 34,000 hits. FULL STORY »

AABP scholarships and awards deadlines approaching

There is still time to nominate beef and/or dairy veterinarians for AABP awards as well as apply for AABP scholarships if you are a veterinary student. FULL STORY »

Jaax discusses agroterrorism, NBAF Play video

At the 4th FBI International Symposium on Agroterrorism in Kansas City, Mo., this week, Jerry Jaax, DVM, ACLAM, Associate Vice President for Research Compliance and veterinarian at Kansas State Unviersity, discussed agroterrorism and the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF) that is planned for Manhattan, Kan. FULL STORY »

FBI agroterrorism symposium discusses new threats Play video

At the 4th FBI International Sympsoium on Agroterrorism this week in Kansas City, FBI Special-Agent-In-Charge Craig Watz discusses how this year's symposium covers new ground, and how important collaboration between the agriculture industry and law enforcement is in identifying and preventing agroterrorism. FULL STORY »

Vigilance depends on ag's support, too Play video

At the 4th FBI International Symposium on Agroterrorism in Kansas City, Mo., Kansas Senator Pat Roberts spoke about agroterrorism threats and the prevention of agroterrorism to 750 people at the conference. FULL STORY »

FBI agroterrorism symposium discusses new threats

At the 4th FBI International Sympsoium on Agroterrorism this week in Kansas City, Mo., FBI Special-Agent-In-Charge Craig Watz discusses how this year's symposium covers new ground, and how important collaboration between the agriculture industry and law enforcement is in identifying and preventing agroterrorism. FULL STORY »

Vigilance depends on ag's support, too

Today at the 4th FBI International Symposium on Agroterrorism in Kansas City, Mo., Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts spoke about agroterrorism threats and the prevention of agroterrorism to 750 people at the conference. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The Pew’s Mommy Issues

This week the Pew Campaign on Human Health and Industrial Farming launched “Moms for Antibiotic Awareness,” what it calls a grassroots movement of moms working to preserve the effectiveness of antibiotics for their children and families. After reading down through their press release, I have some issues of my own. FULL STORY »

Veterinarians: TB recertification seminars set

Seminars are scheduled at 10 Wisconsin locations for veterinarians who need to be certified or recertified to conduct caudal fold testing for bovine tuberculosis. FULL STORY »

Reducing Salmonella exposure on the dairy

Salmonellosis is a pervasive disease that is hard to keep out of a dairy operation. There are many routes Salmonella transmission can take. Once it is in the herd, it can be devastating to cattle health and performance. FULL STORY »

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