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Triumph Achieves Elite Supplier Status from Lockheed Martin RMS

Triumph Group, Inc.(NYSE:TGI) announced today that its Triumph Fabrications company located in Hot Springs, Arkansas was recognized by Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems… 381 more words


Wyoming Hunters Asked To Help With Brucellosis Monitoring

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department continues monitoring brucellosis in Wyoming’s elk and bison and is asking hunters once again to help. Brucellosis is an infectious disease of elk and bison. 368 more words

Guns & Hunting

Zoonotic Food Animal Diseases [Bacterial]

There are many animal diseases that affect food animals making animal health a top priority in food production systems.  Some of these diseases are well known, but others have been minimized or eradicated in much of the developed world.  633 more words

Food Production

Wildlife (Mis)Management

There is a deer overpopulation problem in the east. The work I did in Washington, D.C. was intended to get an estimate of how many deer there were in the urban park system, and figure out how to respond to chronic wasting disease when it got there (CWD is a form of prion disease, essentially the same as bovine spongiform encephalopathy and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease). 575 more words


Animal health experts discuss approaches for tackling brucellosis in India

Towards the end of the peri-urban human animal environment interface (PeriMilk) project that the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) has been implementing in India together with the Public Health Foundation of India and Indian universities, ILRI invited 30 brucellosis and animal health and zoonoses experts to a one-day workshop. 343 more words


Drug Resistant Brucella Found In K-Bar Dairy Raw Milk

Did you know that K-Bar Dairy had been the focus of an official Health Advisory from the U.S. Centers for Disease last month? It flew below the radar for a lot of food safety advocates but back in September, CDC confirmed that multiple samples of… 240 more words

Alternative Medicine

Mothers write:"Dear President Lincoln"...

A sampling of motherly missives to the president

In the summer of 1818, when Abraham Lincoln was nine years old, his mother, Nancy, caught “the milk-sick,” a then-mysterious disease caused by drinking the milk of cows that had eaten white snake-root. 2,938 more words