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Wisconsin: Dunn County horse tests positive for EEE

July 30, 2020
The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) and the Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory confirmed that a Dunn County horse tested positive for Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE).

U.S.: Multiple states reported residents received suspicious seed packages

July 29, 2020
The seed packets, which may arrive unexpectedly in packages bearing Chinese characters, may bear the name China Post, and may be labeled as jewelry, have been reported in multiple states including Virginia, Kansas, Washington, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Utah, and others.

New French Europe minister: Brexit deal possible but fish is important

July 29, 2020
France will continue to take a tough line on defending the rights of French fishermen in Brexit talks but a deal with the United Kingdom is still possible, France\'s new European affairs minister Clement Beaune said.

Kenya beats back desert locust upsurge for now

July 29, 2020
FAO is fighting the second generation of Desert Locusts.

World's first 3D bioprinted chicken nuggets in development

July 29, 2020
There is a growing trend towards meat alternatives which are seen as healthier and more environmentally friendly.

Egypt to import chicken products from Brazil

July 28, 2020
The Arab country has cleared imports of items including canned chicken meat, chicken nuggets, chicken sausage, and chicken mortadella.

Crisis in U.S. pork sector is not over yet

July 28, 2020
U.S. hog farmers continue to face an unprecedented emergency as a result of coonaviru related challenges, with an estimated two million hogs still backed up on farms according to an analysis by Dr. Steve Meyer, an economist with Kerns and Associates.

UK plans to reduce administrative burdens for farmers

July 28, 2020
Farmers in England are set to benefit from a reduced administrative burden next year.

Mystery seeds delivered to Louisiana resident from China

July 27, 2020
The Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) was notified that a resident in St. Rose, La. received an unsolicited package of seeds originating from China.

Chabahar in Iran takes delivery of large sugar cargo

July 27, 2020
Iran’s largest ocean port witnessed increased operations for unloading staples despite a global outbreak of coronavirus that has affected trade activities across the world, a local official announced.

Ghana aims to ramp up farmed catfish and tilapia sales

July 27, 2020
Plans to promote Ghana’s aquaculture industry may have been postponed due to the outbreak of coronavirus, but the organisers are optimistic that an inaugural event will go ahead next year instead.

Argentina establishes reference prices for export of onions

July 27, 2020
After the detection of some tax evasion cases, the General Directorate of Customs (DGA) established a minimum reference value for onion exports destined for Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela to avoid under invoicing in exports.
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