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Cambodia reports 2 more cases of African swine fever
Russey Chuo Khang Tboung villageJuly 9, 2019 ET
Cambodia has found two more cases of African swine fever in two provinces, bringing the total cases in the kingdom to four, the country’s Agriculture Minister Veng Sakhon said.
Grain harvesting continues in Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan harvestJuly 8, 2019 ET
Grain harvesting continues in Azerbaijan, Trend reports with reference to the Ministry of Agriculture.
NOAA approves USD 53.million in disaster relief funding for Alaska fisheries
Alaska fisheriesJuly 8, 2019 ET
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) approved USD 53.8 million to restore losses for Alaska fisheries impacted by the 2016 Gulf of Alaska pink salmon fishery disaster.
Taiwan confirms new cases of avian flu on 3 farms
Taiwan pig farmJuly 8, 2019 ET
More than 7,500 birds were culled after new cases of avian influenza were confirmed on three poultry farms in Yunlin County, the Bureau of Animal and Plant Health Inspection and Quarantine (BAPHIQ) said Sunday.
Chief veterinary officer's warning on Bluetongue in Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland sheepJuly 8, 2019 ET
Northern Ireland’s Chief Veterinary Officer Robert J Huey is urging local herd and flock keepers to remain vigilant for signs of Bluetongue and to follow the guidance to prevent its spread.
Suzhou customs seize 500m tonnes of smuggled sugar
sugarJuly 7, 2019 ET
Customs in the eastern city of Suzhou has busted a sugar-smuggling case, confiscating over 500 tonnes of sugar and arresting seven suspects, according to the General Administration of Customs (GAC).
Bulgaria confirms second African swine fever outbreak in 3 days
pigsJuly 6, 2019 ET
Bulgarian Food Safety Agency (BFSA) on Friday evening confirmed a second outbreak of African swine fever in domestic pigs in three days, and the third since last August.
Lack of trust muddies the water in UK fishing industry
UK fishermenJuly 5, 2019 ET
A survey of UK fishermen has revealed low levels of trust in key government organisations and scientists.
Bulgaria to enforce stricter controls on traceability of fruit and vegetables imports
VegetablesJuly 5, 2019 ET
Bulgaria is planning to create a register of fruit and vegetable traders and will track the importers\' goods from the border to the counter.
Value of Canadian lumber exports to US drops 22.8%
Canadian lumber exportsJuly 5, 2019 ET
From January through May, lumber exports from Canada to US dipped only 0.58% y-o-y to 13.2 million m3, while export value declined 22.8% to $1.9 billion, according to USDA data.
Best half-year ever for Norwegian seafood exports
Norwegian seafoodJuly 5, 2019 ET
In the first half of 2019, Norway exported 1.3 million tonnes of seafood with an export value of NOK 51.2 billion.
Turkey increases tomato exports to Russia
Tomatoes from TurkeyJuly 5, 2019 ET
Producers and exporters in Turkey are content with the increase in tomato exports for the first five months of the year.
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