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02 September 2008
View news from Denmark Chr. Hansen Takes Milk Residues Test to Market
DENMARK - Meeting a rising demand for improved process control in the dairy industry Chr. Hansen extends its range of antibiotic test kits to prevent the negative effects of tetracycline residues. ...
01 September 2008
View news from Denmark New Test to Detect Antibiotic Residues in Milk
DENMARK - Meeting a rising demand for improved process control in the dairy industry Chr. Hansen has extended its range of antibiotic test kits to prevent the negative effects of tetracycline residues....
29 August 2008
View news from Denmark Africa: Disease Attacks Elephant Grass and Cattle Die
DENMARK - It is a fantastic grass, the fast-growing and lush Elephant grass. Harvested several times a year and chopped to pieces, it is an important fodder source for cattle on many small farms in Uganda and other countries in East Africa - typically...
28 August 2008
View news from Denmark Denmark Seeks Better Animal Welfare
DENMARK - The Danish government has just reached a political agreement with the Danish People’s Party and the Social-Liberals for improving the welfare of animals in herds and during transport....
14 August 2008
View news from Denmark Some Cows Better at Cheese than Others
DENMARK - The milk from some cows is better suited for cheese production than milk from other cows. Scientists at the University of Aarhus are investigating the reasons why....
01 August 2008
View news from Denmark Organic Dairy Farming Lacks Farmers
DENMARK - Organic dairy farmers in Denmark have earned more than their traditional counterparts over the last three years, according to new figures from the agriculture association Dansk Landbrugsrådgivning....
23 May 2008
View news from Denmark The Taste Test: Increasing Visits to Milking Systems
DENMARK - New research has underlined the importance of the composition of concentrates is important for the frequency of visits to the automatic milking system (AMS) and the milk yield. ...
27 February 2008
View news from Denmark Foot-and-Mouth Fears Shut Down Danish Slaughterhouse
DENMARK - Danish veterinary authorities on Wednesday said they had temporarily closed a slaughterhouse near Copenhagen over fears that a pig due to be killed was infected with foot-and-mouth disease....
06 November 2007
View news from Denmark Chr. Hansen Builds World’s Largest Culture Plant
COPENHAGEN - In Spring 2008, Chr. Hansen’s new culture plant situated just outside of Copenhagen is scheduled to be ready for operation, meeting a rising demand for dairy cultures globally. Amounting to 40 million euro, the investment is the largest...
08 October 2007
View news from Denmark Chr. Hansen Targets Europe With A TOP Selection Of Dairy Flavors
DENMARK - Chr. Hansen has recently established a new European flavor production and creation center in Denmark. At FIE 2007, a new and innovative portfolio of dairy flavors will be presented. ...
07 September 2007
View news from Denmark Danish Slaughterhouse Closed Because Of Fear Of Foot-And-Mouth Disease
COPENHAGEN - Danish authorities Thursday closed a slaughterhouse because of fears that a cow had foot-and-mouth disease. The Danish Crown abattoir in Holstebro, 300 kilometers (190 miles) northwest of Copenhagen, suspended activities after a cow due...
12 June 2007
View news from Denmark Denmark Is A Major World Dairy Products Exporter
DENMARK - The history of the Danish dairy industry goes back several hundred years and for many years Denmark has been a major and highly efficient agricultural producer with one of the highest agricultural yields in the world, approximately 6000 kg per...
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