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Cow disease found in second South Canterbury dairy farm - Stuff.co.nz;

Cow disease found in second South Canterbury dairy farm - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzCow disease found in second South Canterbury dairy farmStuff.co.nzMinistry for Primary Industries spokesperson Geoff Gwynn tells us the second finding of the deadly mycoplasma bovis disease is not unexpected, given close connections between the farms. A second dairy farm in South Canterbury that was already under ...and more »

Another meeting as second farm infected - Otago Daily Times;

Another meeting as second farm infected - Otago Daily Times

Otago Daily TimesAnother meeting as second farm infectedOtago Daily TimesThe original Van Leeuwen Dairy Group farm was found to have infected cattle last week. Photo: Shannon Gillies. Another public meeting will be held for farmers wanting information on the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis as the disease is confirmed on a ...and more »

Second case of contagious cattle disease detected in New Zealand - Agriland;

Second case of contagious cattle disease detected in New Zealand - Agriland

AgrilandSecond case of contagious cattle disease detected in New ZealandAgrilandThe second case of a contagious cattle disease, Mycoplasma bovis, has been detected on a dairy farm in New Zealand. The disease was confirmed on a second dairy farm, that was already under biosecurity controls, in South Canterbury today (July 31) by ...and more »

Second New Zealand Farm Tests Positive to Cattle Disease - CattleNetwork.com;

Second New Zealand Farm Tests Positive to Cattle Disease - CattleNetwork.com

CattleNetwork.comSecond New Zealand Farm Tests Positive to Cattle DiseaseCattleNetwork.comNew Zealand's Primary Industries ministry said on Monday that a second dairy farm in the country's South Island has tested positive for the cattle disease mycoplasma bovis. The farm was linked to the initial property where the disease - which does not ...and more »

Who Said That? - Florida Trend

Who Said That?Florida Trend"It's one of those things that gets in your blood. I don't see it as a job." -- Jim Frazell of Eljim Dairy in Grandin. Jerry Campbell looks for what he knows is no longer there but still expects to see. Gently sloping, the pasture remains lush green ...and more »

Second Canterbury farm found with cattle disease - TVNZ

Second Canterbury farm found with cattle diseaseTVNZThe cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis has been confirmed at another dairy farm in South Canterbury. The bacterial disease, the first of its kind in New Zealand, has infected 150. Source: 1 NEWS. The farm was already under biosecurity controls after the ...and more »

Second case of cattle disease found in South Canterbury - Radio New Zealand;

Second case of cattle disease found in South Canterbury - Radio New Zealand

Radio New ZealandSecond case of cattle disease found in South CanterburyRadio New ZealandA second case of the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis has been found in South Canterbury. Cows on the farm infected with mycoplasma bovis. Photo: RNZ / Alexa Cook. The farm, and the property where the first case was confirmed last week, are part of the ...and more »

Successful Nelson winery trying to keep its business small: 'Our mission is not to get too big' - TVNZ

Successful Nelson winery trying to keep its business small: 'Our mission is not to get too big'TVNZThe media could not be loaded, either because the server or network failed or because the format is not supported. If you continue to have issues please refer to our help section: http://tvnz.co.nz/tvnz-corporate-comms/feedback-form-4935039 - Refresh ...and more »

Mycoplasma bovis – Media Update – Monday 31 July 2017 - Scoop.co.nz

Mycoplasma bovis – Media Update – Monday 31 July 2017Scoop.co.nzMycoplasma bovis – Media Update – Monday 31 July 2017 A second dairy farm in South Canterbury that was already under biosecurity controls has today been confirmed as positive for the cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis. This farm is linked to the initial …and more »

Second Canterbury farm tests positive for Mycoplasma bovis - Newstalk ZB;

Second Canterbury farm tests positive for Mycoplasma bovis - Newstalk ZB

Newstalk ZBSecond Canterbury farm tests positive for Mycoplasma bovisNewstalk ZBThe Ministry said it's confident of containing the disease to the group's 16-farm block. (Getty Images). AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook FacebookShare to Twitter TwitterShare to Print PrintShare to Email EmailShare to More More. A second ...and more »

Mycoplasma bovis: Second farm tests positive - New Zealand Herald

Mycoplasma bovis: Second farm tests positiveNew Zealand HeraldTwo dozen cows have tested positive for the disease and a further 150 cows have signs of infection. Photo/File. NewstalkZB. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Show more Bookmark this article. Share on Facebook facebook. Share on ...and more »

NZ Govt confirms second farm contaminated with disease - ForexLive;

NZ Govt confirms second farm contaminated with disease - ForexLive

ForexLiveNZ Govt confirms second farm contaminated with diseaseForexLiveReuters out with a headline that a second farm has been confirmed with mycoplasma bovis. However, the NZ govt is satisfied containment steps are enough to contain spread of disease. Mycoplasma bovis is an extremely small cell-wall deficient bacterium ...and more »

MPI ramps up cow disease investigation - New Zealand Herald;

MPI ramps up cow disease investigation - New Zealand Herald

New Zealand HeraldMPI ramps up cow disease investigationNew Zealand HeraldThe response team charged with containing New Zealand's first known outbreak of the bacterial cattle disease Mycoplasma bovis may know by the end of today if it has spread from the Waimate district dairy farm where it was first detected. About 65 ...and more »

A technocrat's initiative for pure milk supply - The Hindu;

A technocrat's initiative for pure milk supply - The Hindu

The HinduA technocrat's initiative for pure milk supplyThe HinduBellamkonda Srinivas is a technocrat with a farmer's heart. A native of Adavipalem village under Santamagulur mandal of Prakasam district, his software profession took him to countries such as the U.S., Singapore, Canada and Brazil. His family is into ...and more »

Test results due from infected cattle in Canterbury - Radio New Zealand;

Test results due from infected cattle in Canterbury - Radio New Zealand

Radio New ZealandTest results due from infected cattle in CanterburyRadio New ZealandFarmers in South Canterbury are nervously awaiting test results after a cattle disease outbreak was detected last week. The disease, Mycoplasma bovis, has been found for the first time in New Zealand and at this stage is contained to one of the Van ...and more »

Guest Commentary: Ice cream: A guilt-free treat - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Guest Commentary: Ice cream: A guilt-free treatChampaign/Urbana News-GazetteJuly is National Ice Cream month and a big bowl is the best way to enjoy summer. A recently published study by Dr. Brenna Ellison of the University of Illinois found the top concern of people purchasing dairy is that the animals are raised without ...and more »

Dairy farmers persevere during adverse industry trends; looking for silver lining - WatertownDailyTimes.com

Dairy farmers persevere during adverse industry trends; looking for silver liningWatertownDailyTimes.comDairy farmers like Amy L. Beyer in Lowville want industry conditions to improve after years of working harder to produce more milk to keep up with their bills — to compensate for earning less for each pound of milk her cows produce. Mrs. Beyer, who ...and more »

Last Clay County dairy milks its final cow but Northeast Florida farming tradition continues - Florida Times-Union;

Last Clay County dairy milks its final cow but Northeast Florida farming tradition continues - Florida Times-Union

Florida Times-UnionLast Clay County dairy milks its final cow but Northeast Florida farming tradition continuesFlorida Times-UnionLAKE ASBURY | Jerry Campbell looks for what he knows is no longer there but still expects to see. Gently sloping, the pasture remains lush green with grass but is filled only with silence where cows once grazed. “I look out the window every day and I ...and more »

Liam Dann: NZ's prosperity still tethered to farm gate - New Zealand Herald

Liam Dann: NZ's prosperity still tethered to farm gateNew Zealand HeraldAgResearch scientists bred Daisy, the first cow in the world to produce high protein milk that may be hypo-allergenic. Liam Dann. By: Liam Dann. NZ Herald Business Editor at Large. [email protected] @liamdann. Share via email Share on Facebook ...and more »

Dairy farmers oppose imports even as meat prices skyrocket - Financial Express Bangladesh

Dairy farmers oppose imports even as meat prices skyrocketFinancial Express BangladeshDairy farmers demanded on Saturday the government stop allowing imports of meat and impose ban on using condensed milk to help the local industry flourish. Three chambers including the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers of Commerce and Industry ...and more »