• Twitter users are joking about new CDC guidlines - Upworthy

    by admin on 2021-12-30 05:53:00

    The CDC changed its COVID-19 isolation guidelines on Monday in a move that confused a lot of people. The CDC now recommends that asymptomatic people infected with COVID-19 isolate for five days, instead of 10.

    It also recommends that after isolation, those who were infected wear a mask

  • Sheep losses from copper toxicity spark compensation talks - Sheep Central

    by admin on 2021-12-30 05:51:52

    SHEEP producers are being warned to urgently assess the copper intake of their stock from supplementary feed rations and water following stock losses on northern New South Wales farms and in feedlots.

    Sheep Central has been told that at least two northern New South Wales sheep producers

  • Keeping Chicken Healthy Threatens India's Health

    by admin on 2021-12-30 05:51:50

    Outside the northern city limits of Bangalore, in a commercial poultry farm, cages packed with screeching chicken, sit on metal stilts. In a corner of the farm, men pack jute bags with bird feed. One of the workers--who would only say his name is Kumar--reveals the chicken feed is made in-hous

  • The risks of using rafoxanide for liver fluke explained - Farmers Weekly

    by admin on 2021-12-30 05:51:37

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    Farmers are being warned about the dangers of using the flukicide rafoxanide when treating sheep and cattle for liver fluke.

    Rafoxanide is not currently authorised in the UK, but it was rece

  • PoultryWorld - Strategies for sustainable use of antibiotic

    by admin on 2021-12-30 05:50:26

    The industrialisation of livestock farming first saw the introduction of antibiotics in animal feed for poultry in the 1940’s. Reports of up to 10% growth improvement continued to fuel their use as growth promoting agent during the following decades. Although the precise mechanisms of growth

  • Gummy Vitamins Market is Expected to Grow at a CAGR 5.9%; Market to Exceed US$ 2.5 Billion by 2031 - EIN Presswire

    by admin on 2021-12-30 05:49:58

    There were 503 press releases posted in the last 24 hours and 184,697 in the last 365 days.

    The global market for gummy vitamins expanded at a CAGR of 4%, surpassing US$ 3.5 Billion by 2020.


  • A 1970s Blue Mountains Motel Has Been Converted Into a Modern, Pastel-Hued Boutique Hotel

    by admin on 2021-12-30 05:49:22

    Converting tired motels into luxe hotels has become an east-coast entrepreneurial trend of late. Case in point: Cabarita’s Halcyon House, Byron’s Sunseeker, Merimbula's Hillcrest and the Gold Coast’s Mysa Motel.

    The newest reimagined motel to join that list is Kyah Boutique Hotel.

  • 17% GST on 144 items to yield Rs360 billion

    by admin on 2021-12-30 05:49:14

    Northvolt battery plant sparks into life, a first for Europe

    Arnold Schwarzenegger, Maria Shriver finalise divorce a decade after split

    Mini-budget to be tabled in the National Assembly today

    The federal cabinet will on Thursday (today) take up Rs360 billion mini-budget for

  • Directive leads to less antibiotic use in cows and pigs

    by admin on 2021-12-30 05:48:53

    The Food and Drug Administration publishes an annual report on sales of antibiotics used in food animals.

    Such a report is probably too nerdy for most, but I think it’s quite interesting, especially when I relate it to antibiotic use practices of the veterinarians and farms I work wit

  • Excessive Vitamin D in Pet Food is Toxic, by Lee Pickett | Creators Syndicate

    by admin on 2021-12-30 05:48:24

    Q: The pet food my dog, Sarge, eats is being recalled because it contains too much vitamin D. Since vitamin D is necessary for good health, how can too much be harmful?

    A: Several companies' pet foods were recalled this year after they were found to contain toxic levels of vitamin D.