Antibiotic use and farming: why do farmers need to use antibiotics?
No matter the type of farming practices used, just like when people get sick, animals occasionally get sick. And so, managing animal health on farms may require using veterinary medicines, including antibiotics, from time to time.
The Dublin Declaration
The Call From The Scientific Community For an Evidence-Based Debate on Meat
FAO: improved productivity, animal feeding and health most effective measures to reduce livestock emissions
Last year in December, FAO published its report (“Pathways towards lower emissions – A global assessment of the greenhouse gas emissions and mitigation options from livestock agrifood systems“) in parallel to the COP28 climate summit of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change.
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The farmers' protests across Europe are headline news these days, with hundreds of tractors blocking traffic in major...Read more >
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"The future of livestock in the EU and beyond": working together towards ending polarization around animal husbandry
Brussels, September 29th – European Livestock Voice partner associations representing the livestock value chain...Read more >
Farmers’ solutions: What is a RENURE project?
The 9 Paradoxes of the EU Farm to Fork Strategy
Carbon Farming – How does it work in practice? A concrete example from Belgium