New training for African veterinarians to combat infectious diseases

Some 180 veterinarians drawn from 14 African countries will benefit from a training programme, In-Service Applied Veterinary Epidemiology (ISAVET), launched by the Food and...

Zambezi Valley may soon be too hot for tsetse flies

A new study, based on 27 years of data from Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe, suggests that temperature increases over the last three...

SA, Namibia share notes on land reform

South Africa and neighbouring Namibia met on Monday (22 October 2018) to share notes, best practice and common interest in rural development and land...

Survey on the acceptability of trophy hunting in Africa

Share your views through a 12-question anonymous survey that is part of an international research programme that explores the role of big-game hunting in...

Elanco Animal Health works to increase food security in East Africa

Elanco Animal Health Incorporated is making progress with a ground-breaking project to provide sustainable development solutions to address food insecurity in East African countries...

AFMA visits Zambian feed manufacturers

An AFMA-delegation visited Zambian feed manufacturers in Lusaka from 24 September to 26 September 2018 as part of the Southern African Feed Manufacturers’ Association...

SOFA 2018: Migration, agriculture and rural development

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization has just released its annual State of Food and Agriculture report. This is FAO’s major annual flagship report...

BIOMIN aligned with a sustainable livestock future in Africa

Many of the factors influencing the feed and livestock industry can be understood as a ‘mega-trend’ of sustainability. This sets a trajectory that promises...

EU eyes free trade pact with Africa

According to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Union (EU) should offer a free trade agreement to the whole of Africa, as well...

#WNFCapeTown: Understanding and reducing antibiotics in farm animals

24 September 2018 – As consumer demand and regulatory scrutiny further restrict the use of antibiotics in farm animals worldwide, new understanding enabled by...
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