Livestock are animals kept under agricultural conditions for the production of meat, dairy, eggs, fibre or other products. This category contains sites about regulations covering the health of livestock and general livestock health issues.
Short biography of John Rockefeller Prentice, a pioneer of artificial insemination in farm animals as a means of improving the genetic pool.
Organization set up in 2009, this is a partnership approach to animal health that brings together livestock producers, processors, animal health advisers and government.
A series of animal health manuals written by veterinarians for dairy producers, cattle ranchers and horse owners.
Canadian livestock health and biosecurity information, newsletter subscription.
This is the web site for the state Board of Animal Health.
A joint state-federal-industry effort to improve the United States' ability to deal successfully with animal health emergencies, ranging from flood and drought to introductions of deadly foreign animal diseases. Also looks at bioterrorism, emerging diseases, and diseases that pose a threat to production and international trade. Part of USAHA. US.
Covering a variety of health and management issues for small ruminants.
Lists toxic plants and gives information on the animals affected, the poisonous part of the plant and the toxic substances involved.
International research centre working to improve the health of farm animals worldwide. Located in the United Kingdom.
Features animal movement regulations for each US state and national animal regulations for many countries.
Working to control livestock diseases in the United States. News, directory of member organizations, and links.
US laboratory for foreign animal diseases. Mission, research, news, safety, environment and history. New York.
Publications in electronic format, PDF, requiring Adobe Acrobat Reader software.
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