When one thinks of animal production, one immediately refers to veterinarians or animal scientists. Those are the classic careers that so far have been needed to work at farms, hatcheries, laboratories and corporate offices.
Rubén Martínez, CEO of Avícola Rujamar, said that despite the fact that most consumers are not worried about animal welfare in Spain, he still believes it is an opportunity to generate revenue in the marketplace.
“Transparency is not enough. We have to show the world who we are.” For the president of the ABPA, Francisco Turra, Brazil has a promising future in the agri-food sector, he said in the opening of SIAVS 2019.
Mexico is free of African swine fever (ASF) and to reduce the risk of the disease entering the country, the National Service of Health, Safety and Food Quality (Senasica) is conducting permanent surveillance of pests and diseases that could put livestock and public health in peril.