Bovine Veterinarian
Saturday, June 08, 2013 | Web Version
Groups relieved at ADUFA passage
Animal-rights groups release report on zoonotic disease
Nominate influential veterinarians
What should the public know about animal agriculture
GlobalVetLINK awarded RACE provisional provider status
Not too early to vaccinate for anthrax
$10 million for breeding burps out of cows?
Make plans for ADT forum
FDA lists licensed mills, distributors for medicated feeds
Scours preventative approved for organic production
Vet Groups relieved at ADUFA passage
Industry groups this week expressed relief as the Animal Drug User Fee Act (ADUFA) was reauthorized without major changes or amendments. The act, which was first enacted in 2003, allows the FDA to collect fees from animal health companies to support testing and approval of new drugs. The fees help reduce the time involved in the review process and speeds approvals for new, innovative products. Read More
Animal-rights groups release report on zoonotic disease
The World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) and Compassion in World Farming last week released a report titled “Zoonotic diseases, human health and animal welfare,” implicating intensive animal agriculture for outbreaks of human illness. Read More
Nominate influential veterinarians
This September, Bovine Veterinarian magazine will celebrate 20 years of serving the veterinary community. In recognition, we plan to compile and publish a list of the 20 most influential beef and dairy veterinarians, nominated by their peers and clients, over that time period. Read More
Samuel Roberts What should the public know about animal agriculture
During the Beef Industry Annual Convention in February, GrowSafe Systems and the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation asked attendees, “What should the general public know about the beef industry and agriculture? ‘ Read More
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GlobalVetLINK awarded RACE provisional provider status
The Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE) announced on June 1st that GlobalVetLINK (GVL) has been awarded Provisional Provider Status and is now eligible to present educational courses for Continuing Education (CE) credit. GVL asked Dr. Valerie Ragan to present a webinar for the first CE credit course. The webinar, scheduled for Tuesday, July 16th, is titled ADT Rule & Electronic Documentation. Read More
Not too early to vaccinate for anthrax
Now is the time for livestock producers to get their animals vaccinated against anthrax. Read More
 
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Cow $10 million for breeding burps out of cows?
Belching cows are in the spotlight as a team of international scientists hopes to breed a herd of all-star — and burp-less — cows. Read More
Make plans for ADT forum
With the USDA’s new Animal Disease Traceability rules taking effect this year, traceability and associated record keeping become an increasingly high priority for veterinarians and producers. To address existing issues and look forward to the future of traceability, the National Institute for Animal Agriculture (NIAA) and the U.S. Animal Health Association (USAHA) will jointly host the 2013 Animal Disease Traceability Joint Forum August 6 and 7 in Denver. Read More
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FDA lists licensed mills, distributors for medicated feeds
The Animal Drug Availability Act of 1996 requires certain medicated feed mills to be licensed with FDA, and the agency recently published a list of licensed facilities and Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) distributors. Read More
Scours preventative approved for organic production
ImmuCell Corporation announces that First Defense, a USDA-approved scours preventative for newborn dairy and beef calves, has been reviewed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) and may be used in certified organic production. With First Defense OMRI listed, organic cattle producers have a new tool to protect their newborn calves against scours. Read More
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