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Animal Production and Health Division e-newsletter 97

Contents: 1) New publication to serve as key tool in planning dairy chain projects. 2) FAO warns of fruit bat risk in West African Ebola epidemic. 3) “Top Ten” list... [read more]
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

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World Veterinary Association Newsletter No. 45 - August 2014

Contents: 1) From the President. 2) WVA Election to use New Voting Technology. 3) Candidates for WVA Elections. 4) WVA–WMA Global Conference on One Health Concept. 5) The International Bourgelat... [read more]
World Veterinary Association (WVA)

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Minding Animals International Bulletin 24

Contents: 1) Announcement of Panel Sessions. 2) Important Visa Information. 3) Documentary Sessions. 4) Websites. 5) Abstracts Schedule. 6) Speaker Information. 7) Partner and Preconference Events. 8) Travel Advice for... [read more]
Minding Animals

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29 Aug 2014 > Meat production “comes at considerable cost” to environment
29 Aug 2014 > Alliance formed in Germany on animal welfare
29 Aug 2014 > Study Links Fish Brain Size to Parental Duties

 

03 Sep05 Sep 2014
WAFL2014 - 6th International Conference on the Assessment of Animal Welfare at Farm and Group Level
23 Sep25 Sep 2014
One Health - Indigenous Community Animal Management
02 Nov05 Nov 2014
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