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21/08/2015
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22/06/2015
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16/06/2015
 - Transboundary animal diseases and those animal diseases that affect human health have a strong impact on public health, community livelihoods, and trade. In this context, the VETLAB Network offers a ...leer más
16/06/2015
 - Sub-Saharan African countries have adopted a declaration on animal identification and recording, a move that is expected to improve food security, livestock genetics and better flock management as well as ...leer más
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