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Greenpeace: Nearly a fifth of the EU's budget goes on livestock farming
Nearly a fifth of the EU’s total budget — more than £24 billion of taxpayer money — goes to support livestock farming across Europe, according to new research by Greenpeace.
'No grass': Europe's livestock sector stricken by drought
"Our cows have been living off hay cut in June, there isn't any grass," said Jean-Guillaume Hannequin, a farmer in eastern France, who like his counterparts across much of northern Europe is wondering how he will feed his animals this winter.
Official: Iran's livestock exports up
Iran exported 134,000 tons of livestock, poultry and aquatics valued at $223 million, in the four months to July 22, said a senior official of Iran's Trade Promotion Organization.
Lab-grown livestock feed may ease climatic effects of feed production
Can cows subsist on space food? Scientists want to limit the environmental impacts of livestock feed crop cultivation. New research suggested nutritional livestock feed can be grown in the laboratory.
Iran bans livestock exports
Iran's deputy agriculture minister for livestock affairs said the Agriculture Ministry has banned the export of livestock in a bid to balance the market.
Striking a balance between livestock, environment
As farmers around Ireland calculate the damage from recent weather extremes it once again illustrates just how vulnerable the sector is in the face of changing weather patterns.
Livestock, opportunity and threat for a sustainable Latin America
Stockbreeding generates enormous profits in Latin America, but it also has a broad and varied impact on the environment, which means it must urgently be turned into a sustainable, green-friendly, socially accepted and profitable activity.
Experts urge cuts in antibiotic use in livestock
Overuse of antibiotics in farm animals poses a real health risk to children, the American Academy of Pediatrics warned.
FAO controlling livestock disease in ECO region
The United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) have signed an agreement on technical assistance for the formulation of strategies targeting regional eradication of a livestock disease known as PPR (peste des petits ruminants), which is also known as the “goat plague”.

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