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According to the data presented, the levels of bovine TB in Wales have remained fairly static overall, with variable results across the counties.
Dans le cadre de ce programme presente au conseil des ministres du 30 Mars 2017, le ministere a charge la societe "Ellouhoum" de lancer un appel d'offres international pour l'importation de 600 tonnes de viande bovine refrigeree.
Bovine Insulin is also known as beef insulin, is a two-chain polypeptide hormone produced in the pancreatic ?
M2 PHARMA-September 27, 2016-Chembio receives USD600,000 US Department of Agriculture award to develop point-of-care diagnostic test for bovine tuberculosis
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 27, 2016-Chembio receives USD600,000 US Department of Agriculture award to develop point-of-care diagnostic test for bovine tuberculosis
Key words: prevalence, bovine cysticercosis, buffaloes, heart, tongue, Punjab
U ne delegation marocaine de l'Association nationale des producteurs de la viande rouge (ANPVR) a entame, lundi, une visite a Bamako pour une cinquieme mission de suivi et d'evaluation de la mise en oeuvre du programme d'assistance apportee par le Maroc au Mali pour la reussite de la premiere campagne d'insemination artificielle bovine dans ce pays.
Bovine tuberculosis is an infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium bovis.
Supporters of the cull say drastic action is needed because infection rates of bovine TB have risen steadily since the 1980s, costing farmers and the economy more than PS500million.
Bovine papillomatosis is a contagious disease of cattle occurring as warts/papilloma on skin and mucosa, caused by BPV types 1 to 10 (Vidhya et al.
THE practice of bringing deer to different areas to be hunted may be helping spread Bovine TB, it was claimed yesterday.
His dairy and cheese factory were once a few yards apart, before the Legislature's 2001 ban on dairy farming permits in El Paso County and a sliver of Hudspeth County - a result of recurring cases of bovine tuberculosis in the West Texas area.