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China and Bhutan deal with fresh bird flu outbreaks

China and Bhutan deal with fresh bird flu outbreaks

By Wang Fangqing, in Shanghai; Tenzing Lamsang, in Thimphu, Bhutan

The Chinese government is fighting to contain a fresh outbreak of avian flu virus H5N1 in central China farms, according to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE).

Red meat cuts depression in women, says study

Red meat cuts depression in women, says study

By Melodie Michel

Eating the recommended amount of red meat every day could cut the risk of anxiety and depression in women, researchers at Deakin University in Australia have said.

China’s pork sector: A global powerhouse

China’s pork sector: A global powerhouse

By Liz Bonsall, Promar International

China is now clearly the world’s largest player in the global pork industry and produces and consumes over half of all pork in the world. While Chinese prices are currently soaring, due to a combination of increasing corn prices and strong domestic demand,...

China develops organic meat sector

China develops organic meat sector

By Mark Godfrey, in Beijing

China’s organic meat producers are increasingly targeting the country’s growing middle class, but prices remain high and standards confusing.

Carbon calculation

Focus on New Zealand

Carbon calculation

By Carina Perkins

Given its distance from many of its meat export markets, New Zealand has to prove itself squeaky clean when it comes to environmental issues, including carbon footprinting.

Rocky ride for NZ lamb

Focus on New Zealand

Rocky ride for NZ lamb

By Carina Perkins

With lamb supply dropping away, New Zealand has struggled to keep up with global demand and prices have soared, so is there a turnaround on the horizon?

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