“The EU Legislators did not fully consider what impacts the banning of conventional cages would have on the future development of egg production and the resulting egg deficit.” With this quote of Professor Hans Windhorst underlined in an interview...Read full story (Read )
A new bird flu strain called H6N1 has infected its first human. Taiwanese researchers are reporting the new bird flu appeared in a 20-year-old woman from central Taiwan. The woman had been working in a delicatessen before she began...Read full story (Read )
Presentation on animal welfare ethics, by Prof. Leopoldo Estol Univ. del Salvador Buenos Aires ARGENTINA. Vets make ethical decisions all the time so need to know about ethics in order to make them well. There are arguments for granting...Read full story (Read )
The ethical food movement: What does it mean for the role of science and scientists in current debates about animal agriculture?
Contemporary animal agriculture is increasingly criticized on ethical grounds. Consequently, current policy and legislative discussions have become highly controversial as decision makers attempt to reconcile concerns about the impacts of animal production on animal welfare, the environment, and on...Read full story (Read )
The Diplomate online, November 7, 2013, by Tyler Roney. On Tuesday, a three-year-old boy was diagnosed with the dreaded H7N9 bird flu in Guangdong Province in southern China, and some are warning that more cases are on the way...Read full story (Read )
In Poultry News edition 2/2013, Lohmann, as one of the world largest poultry producers, explains their vision on a great ethical problem: Routine culling of day-old male chicks in the hatchery. This overview describes the quest finding alternative solutions...Read full story (Read )
As China continues to battle an outbreak of avian influenza A (H7N9), a team of researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine are among those looking for ways to intervene and bring an end to...Read full story (Read )