Improving Tablet Production Through E-Learning
Volume 7 Issue 3

Improving Tablet Production Through E-Learning

Manufacturers of tablets used in animal health are under pressure to make production more cost-effective. It needs to be quicker, more efficient, and able to keep …

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Emerging Zoonoses
Volume 7 Issue 3

Emerging Zoonoses: A Human-wildlife Interface?

Preservation of natural habitats of wildlife must be undertaken and injudicious cutting or burning of forests must be prohibited. Human access for livestock grazing, hunting …

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New Phage-based Diagnostic Offers Hope
Volume 7 Issue 3

New Phage-based Diagnostic Offers Hope for Improved Bovine TB Strategy

The phage-based TB test promises a decrease in testing time, cost and complexity over current TB tests. A major benefit is that the same technology …

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Biosecurity_ A Frontline Defence for
Volume 7 Issue 3

Biosecurity: A Frontline Defence for Infectious Diseases on Dairy Farms

Most animal disease outbreaks could have wide-reaching impacts on livelihood; food safety and security; animal and human health; and trade of animals and food products. …

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