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    • Nursing a Newborn Calf – A Step by Step Guide

      Nursing a Newborn Calf – A Step by Step Guide

      The care given to a calf within its first 24 hours of life is essential as well as mandatory, as it determines the status of the animal for the rest of its life. A calf not adequately cared for in the first 24 hours of birth is susceptible to diseases or might remain weak and become an under-perf...
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    • NIGERIA’S UNDERGROUND LIVESTOCK TRADE IS THRIVING ON FACEBOOK

      NIGERIA’S UNDERGROUND LIVESTOCK TRADE IS THRIVING ON FACEBOOK

      Poultry farming has become so lucrative that many young people have ditched their city jobs — once a key marker of social mobility — to raise and sell chickens full-time For the past few weeks, Essein Harmony Paul, a 48-year-old farmer from?Ibadan, Nigeria, has been messaging me to ask if I want ...
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    • Nigeria Govt Begins Pilot Implementation of Livestock Transformation Plan in Nasarawa

      Nigeria Govt Begins Pilot Implementation of Livestock Transformation Plan in Nasarawa

      Following a €400,000 funding support from the Netherlands, the federal government has commenced talks with the Nasarawa State government for the kick-off of the pilot implementation of the National Livestock Transformation Plan (NLTP). The plan, which includes the establishment of grazing reserve...
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    • Grooming Ethiopia’s Livestock Industry for Export

      Grooming Ethiopia’s Livestock Industry for Export

      The conditions for a vibrant and competitive livestock industry abound in Ethiopia. Ethiopia has the largest livestock population in Africa, a young rural workforce, and close ties to one of the world’s largest meat markets, the Middle East. The Government of Ethiopia is aware of the livest...
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    • Gestation in Ewes – Nutrition and Health Management

      Gestation in Ewes – Nutrition and Health Management

      Ewes are female sheep which are usually kept for the purpose of breeding or reproduction. While gestating, ewes undergo a number of physiological changes upon conception and the state of their health and nutrition largely determine their successful lambing. Good nutrition is essential for a healt...
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    • Exploring the Art of Poultry Processing

      Exploring the Art of Poultry Processing

      Poultry production has become a big business throughout the world. It is a highly competitive industry and feed suppliers, producers, processors, manufacturers of equipment have all appreciated the economies of scale. By so doing, they have gone on to develop bigger and more automated systems of ...
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    • Novel Vaccine Technologies in Veterinary Medicine: A Herald to Human Medicine Vaccines

      Novel Vaccine Technologies in Veterinary Medicine: A Herald to Human Medicine Vaccines

      Citation: The success of inactivated and live-attenuated vaccines has enhanced livestock productivity, promoted food security, and attenuated the morbidity and mortality of several human, animal, and zoonotic diseases. However, these traditional vaccine technologies are not without fault. The eff...
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    • Decline in Egg Production – The Causative Factors

      Decline in Egg Production – The Causative Factors

      As productive as poultry farming is, there are cases where production rates drop drastically, owing to certain factors. In the production of eggs, this situation is often referred to as ‘Egg Drop’ – a steep decline in the production of egg or the failure to achieve the usual peak in egg productio...
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    • CBPP in Cattle Symptoms and Prevention

      CBPP in Cattle Symptoms and Prevention

      Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia (CBPP) is a disease caused by Mycoplasma mycoides. It attacks the lungs and membranes that line the thoracic cavity (the pleura) causing fever, labored or rapid respiration, cough, and nasal discharges. Cattle, both Bos taurus and Bos indicus, are the main hosts ...
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    • All you need to know about rearing Rabbits!

      All you need to know about rearing Rabbits!

      Domestic rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) is a descendant of the wild rabbit belonging to the family leporidae. Rabbits are herbivores animal with high feed conversion ratio. Under effective production system, rabbits can convert about 20 percent of feed (protein) consumed into edible meat. In orde...
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    • African Swine Fever All You Need to Know About the Dreaded Virus

      African Swine Fever All You Need to Know About the Dreaded Virus

      African Swine Fever (ASF) is a highly contagious haemorrhagic viral disease of domestic pigs, caused by a large DNA virus of the Asfarviridae family The disease which affects pigs of any age can result in a high mortality rate and is responsible for the recent production and economic losses in so...
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    • 8 Breeds of Dairy Goats You Should Know

      8 Breeds of Dairy Goats You Should Know

      Dairy goats are the breeds of goats that produce a good amount of milk during their lactating season. There are numerous milk-producing goats available around the world. Goat milk is very healthy and nutritious. In fact, most people nowadays prefer to have one or a few milker goats for their dail...
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    • Unravelling how animal diseases impact human health, wellbeing

      Unravelling how animal diseases impact human health, wellbeing

      A new research program has been launched to identify the individuals and communities most impacted by endemic and emerging diseases. Animal health leaders and researchers from the Global Burden of Animal Diseases (GBADs) programme have secured US$7 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Founda...
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    • The Meatmaster locally developed for low input costs

      The Meatmaster locally developed for low input costs

      In the late 1980s, a number of sheep farmers in different parts of South Africa began to see the need, both nationally and globally, for an adaptable, economically viable mutton breed that could produce on the veld with minimum care and low input costs. After much discussion, it was decided to fo...
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    • Spotting cows from space

      Spotting cows from space

      Cows don’t seem to have a whole lot going on most of the time. They’re raised to spend their days grazing in the field, raised for the purpose of providing milk or meat, or producing more cows. So when students in UC Santa Barbara ecologist Doug McCauley’s lab found themselves s...
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    • Predicting the next pandemic virus is harder than we think

      Predicting the next pandemic virus is harder than we think

      The observation that most of the viruses that cause human disease come from other animals has led some researchers to attempt “zoonotic risk prediction” to second-guess the next virus to hit us. However, in an Essay publishing April 20th in the open access journal?PLOS Biology, led by...
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    • Bioequivalence Study of Two Long-Acting Formulations of Oxytetracycline Following Intramuscular Administration in Bovines

      Bioequivalence Study of Two Long-Acting Formulations of Oxytetracycline Following Intramuscular Administration in Bovines

      Citation: The aim of this study was to evaluate the bioequivalence of two commercial long-acting formulations based on oxytetracycline (OTC) hydrochloride between the reference formulation (Terramycin LA, Pfizer) and a test formulation (Cyamicin LA, Fort Dodge Saude Animal). Both formulations wer...
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    • Mentorship lessons from a pioneering Boran breeder

      Mentorship lessons from a pioneering Boran breeder

      Johan Erasmus, who owns and runs the Jeras Boran stud on the farm Wolvengat near Derby in North West, has been farming for 37 years. A founding member of the Boran Cattle Breeders’ Society of South Africa (Boran SA), he helped write the society’s constitution and remains involved in the promotion...
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    • Farmers’ Uptake of Animal Health and Welfare Technological Innovations. Implications for Animal Health Policies

      Farmers’ Uptake of Animal Health and Welfare Technological Innovations. Implications for Animal Health Policies

      Citation: The paper analyses the uptake of animal health and welfare technologies by livestock farmers focusing on the identification of different behavioral patterns occurring in subpopulations of farmers and the assessment of the effect socio-economic and attitudinal factors have on these patte...
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    • Measuring and improving the performance of cattle in feedlots

      Measuring and improving the performance of cattle in feedlots

      The world’s growing human population has resulted in an increased demand for protein, and sustainable beef production is key to meeting this demand in the long term. But with natural resources under pressure, beef producers are being compelled to produce more from less. The combination of decreas...
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    • Livestock marketing tips

      Livestock marketing tips

      In many communal settings, livestock farmers tend to sell one or two animals at a time to neighbours or acquaintances. This might bring in some money in the short term, but it won’t make you better off in the long run. There are two reasons for this: you won’t get the best price for your animals,...
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    • Keeping livestock Can we end the cage age

      Keeping livestock Can we end the cage age

      Between 2018 and 2020, 1,4 million EU citizens signed the petition ‘End the Cage Age’, with the aim of ending cage housing for farm animals in Europe. In response to this citizens initiative, the European Parliament requested a study by Utrecht University researchers on the possibilit...
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    • Keep bulls fit and fertile advice from a Bonsmara breeder

      Keep bulls fit and fertile advice from a Bonsmara breeder

      Bookholane Mokoena farms on 270ha of leased land near Nigel in Gauteng. He started farming in 2015 and has since managed to increase his herd from 36?mixed-breed cattle to a 90-head Bonsmara stud herd. Mokoena grew up in the Free State, where his father was a subsistence farmer, and he developed ...
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    • In pig brain development, nature beats nurture

      In pig brain development, nature beats nurture

      Before humans can benefit from new drug therapies and nutritional additives, scientists test their safety and efficacy in animals, typically mice and rats. But, as much as they’ve done for biomedical research, rodents aren’t always the best research model for studies on neonatal brain...
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