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AABP embarks on leadership transition
Conference zeros in on humane handling, threats to agriculture
Vesicular stomatitis outbreak spreads to Colorado
As of Aug. 2, the Department of Agriculture had confirmed 23 cases of vesicular stomatitis in horses
Federal panel to study prion diseases
Government officials in September announced formation of a federal interagency working group to identify gaps in scientific
Agencies invite comment on proposed BSE safeguards
Three federal agencies have issued an advance notice of proposed rule making to solicit comments
Animal auditor organization formed
On July 24, the board of directors of the Professional Animal Auditor Certification Organization Inc. met in St. Louis
Doramectin not permitted for use in dairy cattle
The Food and Drug Administration has become aware of recent incidents involving the misuse of doramectin to treat dairy cattle.
USDA plans sharp increase in BSE testing
The Department of Agriculture in March announced a tenfold increase in the number of cattle tested for bovine spongiform encephalopathy. The plan…
USAHA supports livestock identification plan, bolstering security for food supply
Support for the draft U.S. Animal Identification Plan was one of 30 resolutions the organization approved
Washington state dairy cow nation's first case of BSE
The first case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy in the United States was in a nonambulatory dairy cow slaughtered in Washington state.
Some take-home messages from Fort Worth
Animal welfare was accorded a prominent place on the AABP program.
New form of BSE sparks discussion
Italian researchers say they have identified a new form of bovine spongiform encephalopathy