Cornell scientists have created the first vaccines that can prevent metritis in dairy cattle, one of the most common cattle diseases.
Canada moving forward on plan to remove growth promotion/production claims from antibiotics used in food animal production.
Most of increase occurring in developing countries due to expansion of ag production.
Mars agrees to acquire IAMS, EUKANUBA and NATURA brands for $2.9b in cash.
Oyster aquaculture can remove pollutants from water in the Potomoc estuary while producing a marketable seafood product.
Penn State receives $1.14m to study various honey bee threats, including disease, pesticides and extinction/invasion of other species.
USDA research using radio-frequency heating has been shown to pasteurize raw, in-shell eggs without affecting eating quality of the eggs.
New genetic history of cattle allows for better breeding methods, finding solutions to agricultural issues.
Study shows life sciences, ag industry anticipate increased hiring of trained scientists over next several years.
AVMA applauded recent actions taken by FDA that will allow for greater veterinary oversight of the use of antimicrobials in food animals.