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Ann Reus, Feed Strategy senior reporter, covers offbeat animal feed-related news and other topics.
Did ASF contribute to COVID-19?
A recent analysis suggests the pork shortage in China caused by African swine fever contributed to the spillover of COVID-19 from animals to humans as people sought out alternative sources of protein.
Unlocking the potential of poultry nutrition
ADM Animal Nutrition
Rethinking trace mineral supplementation for enhanced performance. Brand Insights from ADM.
Reflections on our pandemic year
As we mark the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a lot of reflection on the past, but also a feeling of optimism about the future.
Survey: COVID-19 affecting rural mental health
A recent survey found 66% of farmers or farm workers said the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their mental health.
10 years of FSMA: How it started, how it’s going
AFIA’s Leah Wilkinson discusses what the Food Safety Modernization Act has meant for the animal feed industry and what to expect in the future.
American farmers, food safety shining stars in pandemic
A lot of truths have revealed themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic, among them the safety of the U.S. food supply and the resiliency of American farmers.
There’s no ‘silver bullet’ to overcome COVID-19
We can use our knowledge and experience from animal health to combat the spread of COVID-19.
10 thoughts about antimicrobial resistance from experts
In a recent panel discussion presented by the National Institute for Animal Agriculture, several veterinary experts shared what they’ve learned throughout their years of experience about antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in farm animals.
Live human interaction a moo-d booster for cows
According to new research, cows are more relaxed by live human voices than recorded ones.
Biosecurity lessons learned from animal ag to fight COVID
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has everyone thinking more about the cleanliness of the air and surfaces around them.
Ag tech should be used for pandemic preparedness
The ag tech sector is capable of responding to emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic, and their capacity to do so must be recognized and put to use.
Seeds of joy or seeds of discord? Let’s not find out
As unsolicited packets of seeds arrive in mailboxes, the U.S. Department of Agriculture asks people not to plant them.
Special cows produce antibodies to fight COVID-19
Could genetically modified cattle be the key to preventing infection in humans?
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