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  • LivestockAn equestrian event scheduled in Europe has been canceled until March 28 due to an outbreak of equine herpes virus type 1 (HVE-1), or rhinopneumonia, that emerged a month ago during an event in Valencia, Spain.

    March 04, 2021


  • LivestockHis story is connected to ours, but no one really knows how it all began between him and us … But why did a man tame a horse? Saddle it, harness it, eat it? Imagine that historians don’t know for sure… Animals-online decided to explore the beautiful and long story that unites man and horse.

    January 16, 2016


  • LivestockIf today our main companions are a cat and a dog, then the donkey is an animal that has been communicating with people since time immemorial. Less present today, he nevertheless rendered them countless services!

    December 28, 2018


  • LivestockResearcher Ludovic Orlando is coordinating an international study aimed at understanding how humans have shaped the horse throughout its history. But his research led to unexpected discoveries that reveal the full mystery of the origin of horses.

    March 08, 2018


  • LivestockThe International Union of Modern Pentathlon (UIPM) has taken the decision to cancel the equestrian competition following an incident at the Tokyo Olympics that revealed problems with the competition. A new discipline will replace riding. This should be announced in the coming weeks.

    November 09, 2021


  • LivestockMore than 500 reports and months of investigations, but only 84 proven cases of horse mutilation due to human actions … The National Gendarmerie, however, uses “the same means as at any crime scene” to investigate the investigation, Marie-Beatrice assures AFP Tonanni, National Coordinator of the Subdivision of the Judicial Police.

    December 11, 2020


  • LivestockA dozen NGOs, including Welfarm, are asking the European Commission to remove Argentina, Australia, Uruguay and Canada from the list of countries allowed to export horsemeat to the EU due to abuses.

    April 15, 2021


  • LivestockPopular with tourists for centuries but denounced by animal rights activists, horse-drawn carriage rides in Montreal will disappear from circulation at the end of the year, marking the epilogue of a long squabble between city hall and coachmen.

    December 28, 2019


  • LivestockWhat if updating ancestral practices was the answer to current sustainability challenges? This is the challenge of animal cravings.

    January 02, 2020


  • LivestockPurebred for generations, Merena is the pride of the Occitania region. A symbol of ancestral traditions, it owes its presence to a breeding method unique in France based on summer pastures and transhumance.

    May 07, 2018


  • LivestockThe history of the domestic horse began recently, but its origins remained a mystery. Thanks to genetics, the veil has now been lifted over this equestrian history, which began in the steppes of the North Caucasus 4200 years ago.

    October 20, 2021


  • LivestockSeveral NGOs are asking labs to stop buying from farms where mares go through actual tests to have a hormone used on farms in France taken from their blood.

    July 20, 2018


  • LivestockHow do you know if a horse is stressed? A new American study has just shown that the type of eyelid contraction in an animal accurately communicates its mood.

    November 08, 2019


  • LivestockThe Republican Guard horse donated by French President Emmanuel Macron to his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping has arrived at its destination. After 30 days of quarantine, he must join the stables of the head of the Chinese state.

    January 16, 2018


  • LivestockA legacy of the mad cow crisis, the European ban on animal meal feeding to pigs and chickens is about to be lifted, subject to certain conditions. An extremely sensitive topic for breeders and consumers.

    September 03, 2021


  • LivestockResearcher Ludovic Orlando is coordinating an international study aimed at understanding how humans have shaped the horse throughout its history. But his research led to unexpected discoveries that reveal the full mystery of the origin of horses.

    March 08, 2018


  • LivestockIn June, the Tarbes court will consider a strange case. The owner of the rooster will have to defend the interests of his animal in front of a neighbor who cannot stand the crowing of the king of the barnyard.

    April 28, 2022


  • LivestockAccording to the decree published in the Official Journal, it is currently prohibited to build a new building for raising laying hens in cages or to renovate such a building in order to increase its capacity. At the same time, L214 uncovers a new scandal on one of these farms…

    December 15, 2021


  • LivestockCherry, Fine, Haute, and now Imminence: how is the star cow chosen each year to represent the International Agricultural Show?

    February 20, 2019


  • LivestockMore than 500 reports and months of investigations, but only 84 proven cases of horse mutilation due to human actions … The National Gendarmerie, however, uses “the same means as at any crime scene” to investigate the investigation, Marie-Beatrice assures AFP Tonanni, National Coordinator of the Subdivision of the Judicial Police.

    December 11, 2020


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