When it comes to homeowner’s insurance, several plans exclude certain “aggressive” dog breeds. That is beginning to change, thanks to animal welfare organizations. For years, most insurers have had local coverage or outright rejected insurance to families with a dog they consider to be of a potentially dangerous breed. PitRead More →

Filmmaker Matthew Newton recently gained unprecedented access to the Five Mile Beach Wildlife Management Facility to document the work of a dedicated 24-hour group of staff and volunteers raising and caring for critically endangered orange-bellied parrots (Neophema chrysogaster). At the time of writing, more than 300 orange-bellied parrots reside inRead More →

Conservationists are divided over a new proposal that would legalize commercial captive breeding of one of Florida’s flagship species. The state wildlife agency was expected to vote against the plan next week, fearing it would make diamondback terrapins more attractive to poachers. The American Reptile Keepers Association of Florida wantsRead More →

Conservationists are divided over a new proposal that would legalize commercial captive breeding of one of Florida’s flagship species. The policy change could help diamondback terrapin populations, as they remain in high demand as low-maintenance pets and poachable commodities. The American Reptile Keepers Association of Florida wants the Florida FishRead More →

Selection of molecular cultures Molecular Crop Breeding Market is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. This report provides detailed information on the industry base, productivity, strengths, manufacturers and recent trends that help companies to expand their business and drive economic growth. TheRead More →

Nora and Monty on their nest in the Dyfi Estuary, Wales. Photography: Andy Rouse/Wildlife Trust In North Yorkshire, England, young nesting ospreys recently produced two chicks. In America it wouldn’t make the headlines, but for Yorkshire it’s the first ospreys born in the county in over 200 years. It’s aRead More →

The Punjab Department of Forestry and Wildlife offers a conservation breeding facility for endangered blackbucks in their natural environment at Shri Guru Jambeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary in Abohar Subdivision of Fazilka District. The first such project in the state was mooted after the sarpanch of Sukhchain village, Manoj Godara offered toRead More →

Stockton, Mo.-Optimal cow pregnancy rate and calf production percentage are important to the profit potential of a beef cattle operation. “Performing a Bull Reproductive Quality (BSE) examination to ensure your bull is structurally and reproductively sound prior to the breeding season is important to ensure these results,” says Patrick DavisRead More →

Ruth Lenora Maupin Betsworth Breeding, 94, of Hugoton, Kansas, died Sunday, September 18, 2022 at Pioneer Manor in Hugoton, Kansas. She was born on September 16, 1928 in Bison, Kansas, the daughter of William Thomas and Veda Ruth (Rumford) Maupin. Ruth moved to Pawnee Rock, Kansas, when she was 3Read More →

Native freshwater species are an essential component of inland waters and contribute significantly to the biodiversity of the environment. However, these fish are among the inland water resources that have been in rapid decline due to several factors such as overfishing, declining water quality, siltation, illegal fishing, inappropriate introduction andRead More →

A team of researchers led by Professor Clemson Dil Thavarajah is studying the development of organic legume cultivars suitable for the Southern climate, particularly the organic production systems of South Carolina and North Carolina. Download picture September 15, 2022September 16, 2022 The Clemson Organic Plant Breeding InstituteRead More →

Much like Pokémon, Crema’s creature-catching MMORPG Temtem includes a mechanic for bringing new monsters into its game world. Breeding has a number of specific benefits, such as ensuring a given species has the highest possible stat values. However, the process of creating these battle-ready Temtem is relatively complex and canRead More →

The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) said it was revitalizing native freshwater species to increase the production of the fisheries sub-sector through aquaculture. The BFAR, an agency attached to the Ministry of Agriculture, noted that freshwater species are an essential component of inland waters and contribute significantly toRead More →

CITY OF CLAYTON, New York (WWNY) – Going waist-deep in the waters of the St. Lawrence River in an effort to clean up an important muskellunge breeding ground. We went to Blind Bay to witness the efforts. “People have been fishing, eating and loving musky forever,” said John Peach, executiveRead More →

BREEDING season has begun for the region’s beloved and endangered plovers and the City of Greater Geelong is urging residents to observe seasonal dog regulations. Hooded Plovers often breed in pairs between August and March at several Bellarine beaches such as Breamlea Beach, Thirteenth Beach, Point Impossible and Collendina toRead More →

Once again we highlight some of the harness racing breeding successes from across the country for the week ending the 11the of September. Best Leading Bull: The pleasure of bettors | 6 winners Best trotting bull: I like you & muscle hill | 3 winners Best stimulator broodmare bull: ChristianRead More →

Malcolm Starritt with a Border Leicester ram. Malcolm Starritt of Womboota Border Leicesters says he expects strong interest from breeders looking to plan demand for quality breeding ewes at their annual sale on September 29. Mr Starritt said buying Border Leicester rams bred by Womboota offered commercial sheep farmers theRead More →

As non-production traits (TOP) and classification season approaches, farmers are eager to know how their cows will rank on a national excellence scale. Last spring, trained inspectors visited hundreds of farms across New Zealand to assess the characteristics and traits of more than 32,000 Holstein Friesian heifers and dairy cows.Read More →

In order to get new TemTem with better stats, players can raise and hatch these little battle monsters by themselves. In TimeTem, players travel the world in search of the best TemTem to collect and battle. But TemTem didn’t just catch them in the wild; players can also get moreRead More →

Australia has a long history of breeding koalas in captivity, but a world-first attempt to breed wild ones won’t be a simple girl-boy affair. “It’s not about putting a few animals together and off you go,” says Cheyne Flanagan, research and breeding manager for Koala Conservation Australia. “It’s very, veryRead More →

The Global Farm Animal Husbandry Management Market report provides an overview of the industry including definitions, applications, classifications and chain structure. The report provides a comprehensive assessment of the studied market, including key trends, historical data, current market scenario, opportunities, growth drivers, potential roadmap, and market players’ strategies. The reportRead More →

Faith, family, horses – the trinity of Ashley Quarter Horses. Forty years of quality horses, starting with Louise Horn in the spring of 1976 when the first Ashley Quarter Horse was born. It’s a family affair but it wouldn’t be possible without the guidance of Lanell Ashley. “You have toRead More →

The National Trust celebrates its most successful year for breeding rare harriers in the Peak District for over a decade (Picture: Peak District Raptor Monitoring Group) The conservation charity said seven hen harriers had successfully fledged from several nests in the High Peak, making 2022 the most successful year forRead More →

by Press release|08.07.202208.07.2022|2:49 p.m.15:00 Cyberknife, inside, beats Taiba to lower Monmouth Park’s 1 1/8 mile track record in Haskell Invitational Spendthrift Farm has acquired the breeding rights to recent winner Haskell Invitational (G1) Cyberknife. The multiple Gun Runner Grade 1 winning millionaire will stand at Lexington-based farm stud atRead More →

Mosquito numbers have dropped dramatically in coastal Queensland this year and locals have Mother Nature to thank. Key points: Scientists report sharp drop in mosquito numbers, especially in flood-affected coastal regions Queensland Health data shows mosquito-borne virus numbers are well below average for this time of year Residents are warnedRead More →

Scientists at James Cook University are studying how to breed better waste-munching flies so that the larvae can be used as a sustainable protein source for pets and agricultural and aquaculture animals. Professor Kyall Zenger of JCU is the leader of a project in collaboration with Flyfarm Queensland to addressRead More →

A Guizhou snub-nosed monkey is seen with a cub at a wildlife rescue center in Fanjingshan National Nature Reserve, southwest China’s Guizhou Province, June 16, 2022. Photo: Xinhua A draft revision of Chinese law has been submitted for consideration to improve wildlife protection in various aspects, including artificial breeding, habitatRead More →

A $19,000 stipend has been made to the Winton Wetland Management Committee to improve captive breeding for the reintroduction of snarling herbivorous frogs to the Goulburn Broken watershed. Six Goulburn Broken environmental projects will share $160,100 from the Government of Victoria. Projects include $19,000 to support the captive breeding ofRead More →

New varieties of potatoes selected by the Texas A&M Potato Breeding Program could enter the french fries market before long, said Isabel Vales, Ph.D., Texas A&M AgriLife potato breeder in Department of Horticultural Sciences in Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Isabel Vales, Ph.D., Texas A&M AgriLife PotatoRead More →

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The industry has been continuously affected by fraudulent and criminal activities which account for 30% of global claims. BY MELODY CHIKONO THE LACK of cooperation between insurance companies and the non-disclosure of information breed insurance fraud and allow the guilty to escape without being prosecuted or convicted. Earlier this year,Read More →

Stratagem Market Insight’s latest market research findings on the global market »Farm Animal Husbandry Management Market» offers a detailed analysis by Player, Region, Type, Application and Sales Channel, Forecast 2022-2030. National, regional and sub-regional level data is provided in the report to enable stakeholders to better understand the supply andRead More →

“Fertile ground for corruption. This is how Senator Risa Hontiveros described the Procurement Service of the Department of Budget Management (PS-DBM) after the Commission on Audit (COA) flagged billions in allegedly irregular purchases made by the department. Hontiveros made the statement Thursday before the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee, which wasRead More →

House New City lovin’: Citizen science reveals frog breeding seasons are longer in the big smoke By Gracie Liu, Research Assistant and FrogID Validator, Herpetology, Australian Museum Research Institute; PhD candidate, UNSW Sydney. • August 24, 2022 A male red-eyed tree frog (Litoria chloris) calling to attract a female. ImageRead More →

“There is a huge body of scientific evidence that modern gene manipulation tools, whether CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing or other methodologies, are frankly safer than the methodologies that have been historically used. over the past hundred years,” said Neil Ward, vice president. and EMEA Managing Director of the American DNA sequencingRead More →

The US Fish and Wildlife Service estimated mainland populations of breeding ducks at 34.2 million, down 12% from the 2019 estimate of 38.9 million and 4% below the long-term average since 1955, conservation group Ducks Unlimited said in the survey results. The federal agency announced the estimate Friday in itsRead More →

The business literature on Fish Breeding Tank market, including the Covid-19 impact analysis, entails comprehensive data on the key factors that will orchestrates the industry growth over the projected timeframe 2022-2028. It does so by critically analyzing the present trends and historical data. Moreover, major growth catalysts,Read More →

Dhaka, Bangladesh Dengue fever, a mosquito-borne virus, has infected stateless Rohingya refugees in one of the world’s largest and most crowded refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh’s southeast coastal district. Health experts say these camps have become a breeding ground for dengue mosquitoes which differ from regular mosquitoes in bothRead More →

Spotted lanternfly infestations begin with the appearance of small, beetle-like nymphs in the spring, which turn into large, destructive hopping insects over the summer. Union County residents can take steps now to help prevent spotted lanterns from reproducing in the fall and help reduce the habitat for next year’s nymphs.Read More →