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Press release

  • Press release - Digitalization improving ability to protect against animal disease, advance well-being and support livestock production

    17/01/2019

    17 January 2019, Berlin; Hosted jointly by animal medicines industry associations, experts in veterinary science, agriculture and policy discussed digitalization and the future of livestock production at a panel debate during the Global Forum for...

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  • Press release - EISA: Transitioning onwards for Sustainable Agriculture

    11/01/2019

    Founded in May 2001 by agricultural associations from six European countries, the European Initiative for Sustainable Development in Agriculture has actively promoted the holistic concept of ‘Integrated Farming’ as a guideline for sustainable...

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  • Press release - MEPs discuss the future for the health of Europe’s animals

    05/12/2018

    Following the final sign-off of the new EU legislation for veterinary medicines and medicated feed, EU officials met with AnimalhealthEurope and interested stakeholders at the European Parliament. AnimalhealthEurope used the occasion to launch a

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  • Press release - Meeting the Sustainable Development Goals through innovation in the Agri-Food chain

    29/11/2018

    Yesterday, the Agri-Food chain coalition held an event in the European Parliament to look at the contribution of the agri-food chain to achieving the SDGs.

    Hosted by MEP Eva Kaili, the event brought together representatives of the FAO, KeyGene,...

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  • Press release - AnimalhealthEurope welcomes final adoption of new EU rules for animal medicines

    26/11/2018

    Calls for pragmatic implementation to support innovation

    AnimalhealthEurope welcomes the EU Council’s formal adoption today of the new EU rules for animal medicines and encourages a timely and science-based implementation of the new regulations...

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