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Federal authorities issued the University a citation for the mistreatment and death of five hamsters after a recent U.S. Department of Agriculture investigation. During an inspection in March, a USDA...
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2015/04/18 18:21
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Keepers at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette's primate lab broke a monkey's arm while moving her and her baby, and the injury went untreated until after an X-ray five days later, according to a...
2015/04/18 16:46
2015/04/18 16:46
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The National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA) and North American Export Grain Association (NAEGA) members are invited to attend a free regional industry workshop from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. May 13 at...
2015/04/18 05:07
2015/04/18 05:07
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The Minnesota House of Representatives on Thursday suspended the rules to take up legislation (HF 2225) providing emergency funds to the Department of Agriculture and Board of Animal Health to fight...
2015/04/17 21:28
2015/04/17 21:28
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NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The federal government says keepers at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette's primate lab broke a monkey's arm while moving the female and her baby - and the injury went...
2015/04/14 19:34
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BUENA VISTA COUNTY, Iowa – The spread of bird flu across the Mississippi flyway finally reached Iowa. Highly pathogenic H5N2 avian influenza was found in a commercial turkey flock in Buena Vista...
2015/04/14 06:00
2015/04/14 06:00
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State briefs SULPHUR Tribe to host women’s forum “Beyond Pink: Breaking Boundaries” is the theme for this year’s Chickasaw women’s conference. The Chickasaw Nation Dynamic Women’s Conference and...
2015/04/12 12:42
2015/04/12 12:42
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DES MOINES, Iowa, April 10, 2015 - Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced today that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has recently reached agreements allowing U.S. beef and pork...
2015/04/11 19:31
2015/04/11 19:31
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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - Federal officials say a deadly strain of bird flu has been confirmed at two more South Dakota farms, condemning about 100,000 more turkeys to destruction and raising the...
2015/04/10 14:15
2015/04/10 14:15
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Federal regulation of viral hemorrhagic septicemia or VHS caused a business disruption years ago that some fish farmers say continues to haunt them, but aquaculturists hope new management methods can...
2015/04/04 22:55
2015/04/04 22:55
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Cascarones may be a tradition for those in the Rio Grande Valley, but they can also pose a problem. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers are keeping a close eye on those brining in the egg...
2015/04/02 20:52
2015/04/02 20:52
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Chester ag-wildlife committee rep attends national meeting April 2, 2015 Dena Fritz of Chester, center, poses for a photograph with Ed Avalos, USDA under secretary for marketing and regulatory...
2015/04/02 17:37
2015/04/02 17:37
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture says it has confirmed avian influenza in a commercial turkey flock in eastern South Dakota's Beadle County. The U.S. in recent months has seen an increase in cases...
2015/04/01 01:33
2015/04/01 01:33
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Cattle Ranchers Concerned about Border Security texas cattle ranchers are worried about border security. they believe a lack of protection raises the chances of disease and parasites in cattle....
2015/03/24 17:27
2015/03/24 17:27
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In this undated photo provided by the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, a flock of European starlings litter a feedlot in Fallon, Nev. Land owners surprised to discover tens of...
2015/03/24 03:09
2015/03/24 03:09
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A "destructive insect" has been spotted at a United State port for just the second recorded time. Agriculture specialists with U.S. Customs and Border Protection on March 16 discovered a leafhopper...
2015/03/23 23:56
2015/03/23 23:56
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CHICAGO: The US government is developing a vaccine to protect poultry from new strains of avian flu that have recently killed birds from Arkansas to Washington state. Within two months, scientists at...
2015/03/19 17:10
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NELSONVILLE -- The United States Department of Agriculture is investing approximately $1.3 million this year to help improve the health and resiliency of forest ecosystems in Ohio. The funding will...
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