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  • Fangtong Strives To Produce While Fighting Against covid-19

    Fangtong Strives To Produce While Fighting Against covid-19

    Recently, the situation of covid-19 epidemic prevention and control in Chongqing becomes extremely severe. To resolutely curb the spread of the epidemic, the government requires all residents to live at home in principle. In order to meet market demand for our products and guarantee our overseas ...
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  • Fangtong won “Top 50 Private Enterprises of Rongchang District in 2022″

    Fangtong won “Top 50 Private Enterprises of Rongchang District in 2022″

    On November 1, Rongchang District of Chongqing held “Rongchang District Conference on Accelerating the Development of Private Economy and Optimizing the Business Environment”, which focused on further promoting the high-quality development of Rongchang private economy and making the p...
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  • Fantong Attended The 19th China-ASEAN EXPO

    Fantong Attended The 19th China-ASEAN EXPO

    The 19th China-ASEAN Expo was held in Nanning city, Guangxi, China as scheduled from September 16th to 19th, 2022. Chongqing Fangtong Animal Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd was honored to participate in this expo as a star enterprise recommended by Chongqing Commission of Commerce. The China-ASEAN Expo ...
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  • Fangtong Attended 2022 China Dairy Exhibition

    Fangtong Attended 2022 China Dairy Exhibition

    The 13th Dairy Conference of China (2022 China Dairy Exhibition) was held in Shandong International Convention and Exhibition Center from September 5th to 7th, 2022. This exhibition area was 100,000 sq meters with more than 600 exhibitors, more than 2000 delegates and more than 20 technical foru...
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  • Blood test and pathological analysis of beef cattle

    Blood test and pathological analysis of beef cattle

    With the increasing scale of beef cattle breeding, there are more and more diseases of beef cattle, and the disease conditions are more and more complex. The traditional disease diagnosis and treatment methods are more and more difficult to diagnose beef cattle diseases. Moreover, the price of be...
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  • Warmly Welcome Deputy Secretary of Party Committee of Rongchang District & Director of Rongchang District to Visit Fangtong

    Warmly Welcome Deputy Secretary of Party Committee of Rongchang District & Director of Rongchang District to Visit Fangtong

    On August 3, 2022, Wan Rong, Deputy Secretary of Party Committee of Rongchang District and Director of Rongchang District, and her party visited Fangtong for investigation and guidance. Director Wan learned about our Fangtong‘s marketing, technology research and development, international t...
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  • Precision Agriculture by WELL-CALF

    Precision Agriculture by WELL-CALF

    The WELL-CALF project works to develop the first precision agriculture integrated monitoring system that was specifically designed for early disease detection or developing health issues in calves from seven days old to sixteen weeks old. The project makes optimising treatment and management prac...
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  • Is a Brisket Locator Really Necessary

    Is a Brisket Locator Really Necessary

    Properly positioned brisket locators provide correct resting space and minimize injury, writes Dan McFarland, Penn State Agricultural Engineer. When working with dairies to develop new, or to improve existing, freestalls a common question is: “Is a brisket locator really necessary?”. ...
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  • Increasing buffer feeding precision with new agri-technologies

    Increasing buffer feeding precision with new agri-technologies

    Faced with rising feed prices, effective use of grass for both grazing and conservation is increasingly important for farmers to maintain margins. Balancing the need to ensure sufficient silage stocks for the coming winter with the desire to get the most from grazing to reduce spend on purchased ...
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  • How overstocking affects dairy cow performance

    How overstocking affects dairy cow performance

    A common saying in the dairy industry is, “When milk prices are high, I want to milk more cows and when milk prices are low, I need to milk more cows.” This often means overcrowding the pens. Some farms achieve high milk production and have healthy cows with pens containing 40% more c...
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  • How much is mastitis costing your dairy farm

    How much is mastitis costing your dairy farm

    Clinical and subclinical mastitis costs dairy operations billions every year. Mastitis is estimated to cost the global dairy industry $19.7B–32B (USD) annually [1], and the cost of subclinical mastitis in the US alone is expected to exceed $1B (USD) annually [2]. What are the losses due to mastit...
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  • Does cattle grazing have future in Finnish dairy production

    Does cattle grazing have future in Finnish dairy production

    The new Graze-WELL project will harness the expertise of specialists at the University of Helsinki and the Natural Resources Institute of Finland in an ambitious multidisciplinary attempt to determine how welfare of dairy cattle and potential for carbon sequestration are realized under several gr...
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  • Developing heifers to fit their production environment

    Developing heifers to fit their production environment

    As producers begin selecting replacement heifers, a commonly asked question is, “What is the best method for developing heifers?” Considering the expenses involved in developing replacements, determining the most cost-effective system for a specific production environment is important for both lo...
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  • Current State of Resistance to Antibiotics of Last-Resort in South Africa: A Review from a Public Health Perspective

    Current State of Resistance to Antibiotics of Last-Resort in South Africa: A Review from a Public Health Perspective

    A review of the literature was undertaken to delineate the current level and mechanisms of resistance to carbapenems, colistin, and tigecycline in South Africa. Thirty-two English publications and 32 National Institute of Communicable Diseases communiqués identified between early January 2000 an...
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  • Beef tenderness research identifies factors influencing eating quality

    Beef tenderness research identifies factors influencing eating quality

    There is nothing like biting into a nice juicy steak where the savory flavors burst in your mouth, but if that meat is tough to chew the experience may be a disappointment. In the case of beef, all cuts are not created equal in terms of tenderness. To learn more, Kansas State University meat scie...
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  • Wildfire smoke exposure negatively impacts dairy cow health

    Wildfire smoke exposure negatively impacts dairy cow health

    Increasing frequency and size of wildfires in the United States over the past several decades affect everything from human life and health to air quality, biodiversity, and land use. The US dairy industry is not exempt from these effects. The Western states, where wildfires are especially prevale...
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  • The future of pig genetics

    The future of pig genetics

    Over the past decade, the use of genomics in pig breeding has helped to accelerate genetic improvement and on-farm performance. “Genetics companies in general have made great strides over the years by making use of performance testing to govern breeding decisions,” says Jurgens Reynders, managing...
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  • Tanzania ‘can benefit from meat exports’

    Tanzania ‘can benefit from meat exports’

    Tanzania is among top African countries with the highest number of livestock, being second only to Ethiopia. But, the country is yet to fully utilise the potential it has in meat exports. Statistics from the Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries Census Report 2020 show that the country had 33.9 mi...
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  • Stress A challenge for broilers

    Stress A challenge for broilers

    Often enough, we see the same phenomenon in every barn or stable in stressful situations: lower feed intake and decreasing performance of the animals. Growth and weight gain slow down, digestive problems occur and the risk for infections and pathogens goes up—with serious results for farm profita...
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  • Scientists smash lethal bacteria that acts like a hammer

    Scientists smash lethal bacteria that acts like a hammer

    New research from The Australian National University (ANU) could lead to better treatment options for a rare but very lethal type of bacterial infection. Professor Si Ming Man and his team say their latest research focuses on the family of bacteria that causes things like gangrene, sepsis and tet...
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  • Kenyan traders seek tougher ban on Uganda’s poultry imports

    Kenyan traders seek tougher ban on Uganda’s poultry imports

    Kenyan traders have asked their government to tighten the ban on Uganda’s poultry imports. The demand comes just days amid talks in which Kenyan officials were in Uganda last week to discuss trade barriers on a number of products including sugar, maize and milk. In January, Kenya’s Directorate of...
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  • KENYA’S GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO INTERVENE IN THE LOCAL POULTRY INDUSTRY

    KENYA’S GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO INTERVENE IN THE LOCAL POULTRY INDUSTRY

    There is a need for the Kenyan government to come to the aid of the local poultry industry as farmers protest an influx of hugely discounted poultry imports, including suspected transhipment alleged to be from Uganda. The Kenya Poultry Breeders Association chairman, Humphrey Mbugua said illegal i...
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  • Keeping cows cool heat abatement on a budget

    Keeping cows cool heat abatement on a budget

    According to John Tyson, an agricultural engineer with Penn State, when trying to address heat abatement in a dairy there is always a budget. Sometimes that budget is financial, meaning only X amount of dollars can be spent to buy Y amount of resources. Other times it is an electric budget, meani...
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  • KALRO Introduces Improved Dairy Breeds

    KALRO Introduces Improved Dairy Breeds

    Kenya Agriculture Livestock  and Research Organisation (KALRO) is introducing improved breeds of dairy cattle and grass that are adapted to harsh climatic conditions as a measure to mitigate the current effects of drought on livestock. According to KALRO’s Director General Dr Eliud Kireger the im...
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