UK
Volume 4 Issue 3

UK Pet Population and Pet Food Market

This piece by Nicole Paley, Communications Manager at PFMA, provides an insight into the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association (PFMA), the principal trade body representing the …

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hfa
Volume 4 Issue 3

HfA: Rabies Feature

In this feature, HealthforAnimals Executive Director Carel du Marchie Sarvaas, talks through the target agreed by the World Health Organization, the World Organisation for Animal …

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cows
Volume 4 Issue 3

Heat Detection in Dairy Cows: A Review of Methods with an Emphasis on Those Utilising Milk

The widespread global replacement of bulls with artificial insemination (AI) means that accurate detection and timing of oestrus becomes a critical activity. Traditional observation of …

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dietary
Volume 4 Issue 3

Dietary Strategies Protecting Heat-stressed Farm Animals Against Increased Susceptibility to Inflammatory Diseases

Global warming and the growing consumer demand for animal-derived food and meat, particularly in newlyindustrialising countries with hot climates, raise public concerns on animal welfare, …

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cat
Volume 4 Issue 3

Breakthrough Cell-based Companion Animal Therapies: New Treatments Bring New Challenges

This article written by Kirk Randall, Sales Director at Cryoport, will address particular issues surrounding the logistics and shipment of cryogenic animal health products such …

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how
Volume 4 Issue 3

How to Reduce Mycotoxin – induced Vaccination Failure

Immunotoxic substances such as mycotoxins are unsuspected players in the failure of vaccines to provoke a proper immune response. Vaccines are commonly used to prevent …

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Eppis
Volume 4 Issue 3

Epidemiology and its Application to Animal Health

Health research is diverse and varied and covers a spectrum from basic research to applied research. The production of new therapeutic compounds, for example, begins …

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facts
Volume 4 Issue 3

Important Facts about Mycotoxins that Every Dairy Producer Should be Aware Of

The goal of the dairy farming industry is to supply dairy processing enterprises with high-quality milk that can be converted into highly-nutritious milk products for …

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What
Volume 4 Issue 3

What Feed Statistics Tell Us about the Health of Animal Production and the World Economy

In a global food chain, inputs such as animal feed reflect the overall health and evolution of both the industry and the economy at large. …

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data
Volume 4 Issue 3

Data Protection – An Industry Success Story for New Zealand Agriculture

Until recently, New Zealand had one of the worst data protection regimes for animal medicines in the developed world. This all changed in November 2016, …

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