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The Gambia Horse and Donkey Trust. Autumn Newsletter 2014

Contents: 1) Vets with Horsepower North European Ride 2014. 2) The dream becomes a reality. 3) Ingrid and Matilda. 4) Opportunity of a Lifetime. 5) Professor Max Murray. 6) Heather's... [read more]
The Gambia Horse and Donkey Trust

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Animal Production and Health Division e-newsletter 101

Contents: 1) FAO collaboration with the animal feed industry grows stronger to face better the challenges of the sector. 2) Ebola: FAO launches new initiative to tackle growing food security... [read more]
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

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Welfare Pulse Issue 17

Contents: 1) Greyhound racing in New Zealand. 2) Recent staff changes to the MPI Animal Welfare Team. 3) Cat welfare and wildlife conservation in New Zealand: “Never the twain... [read more]
Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI)

Tracy Helman: Effective communication among all parties is crucial for success from FAOcast on Vimeo.

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15 Oct 2014 > Settlement Reached in Lawsuit Concerning Perdue Chicken Labeling
15 Oct 2014 > Zagreb to Host Symposium to Address Food Animal Welfare around Slaughter
15 Oct 2014 > Bill approved on the reduction of antibiotics

 

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CALLISTO Open Seminar
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Il maltrattamento degli animali, comportamento precursore delle violenze domestiche
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Animal Welfare Symposium 2014: Huma​ne Endings - In Search of Best Practices for Euthanasia, Humane Slaughter and the Depopulation of Animals

 

In countries with high proportion of the population engaged in livestock handling, children's education is crucial to enhance animal welfare