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UN chief warns of unprecedented global hunger crisis

June 25, 2022
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned of an unprecedented global hunger crisis, saying next year could be worse.

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Owner of 26 cattle in New Zealand fined $7,800 and disqualified from having livestock


Illinois State Fair cancels live poultry shows to protect from highly pathogenic avian influenza

June 24, 2022
The Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA) announced on June 21 both junior and open live shows at the Illinois State Fair will be cancelled for 2022 to protect from highly pathogenic avian influenza.

Colorado: Pueblo County horse euthanized due to Equine Infectious Anemia

June 24, 2022
The Colorado State Veterinarian’s Office has received confirmation that a horse in Pueblo County tested positive for Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA).

UK signs up to global coalition on sustainable food production

June 24, 2022
The UK has signed up to a global coalition which works to speed up the move towards more sustainable food production, Environment Secretary George Eustice announced.

Governor Mills announces cost relief for Maine’s commercial fishermen and aquaculturists

June 24, 2022
Amid high costs, Governor Janet Mills announced that her Administration is taking action to deliver relief for Maine’s commercial fishermen and aquaculturists.

Europe: Nature Restoration Law introduced

June 23, 2022
EU Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius for Environment, ensuring the environment, oceans and fisheries introduced a new Nature Restoration Law.

Ukraine exports 907,000 tonnes of grain so far in June, shipments up 9.2%

June 23, 2022
Ukraine exported 907,000 tonnes of grain in the period June 1-22, the Agrarian Policy and Food Ministry said.

Indonesia to provide 28 mln vaccine doses against foot-and-mouth disease

June 23, 2022
A total of 28 million doses of vaccines will be provided for livestock across Indonesia in a bid to overcome the re-emergence of the deadly foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), a minister said.

Owner of 26 cattle in New Zealand fined $7,800 and disqualified from having livestock

June 23, 2022
A Hastings man has been banned from owning livestock for 5 years and fined $7,800 after failing to provide 26 cattle with sufficient food, resulting in 2 of them dying and 2 being euthanised to prevent further suffering.

Farm to Fork: New rules to reduce risk and use of pesticides in EU

June 23, 2022
The Commission has proposed new rules to reduce the use and risk of pesticides in the EU, delivering on the Farm to Fork Strategy objective of a fair, healthy and environmentally respectful food system.
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