India

India is worried about bio-piracy - the act of buying livestock, improving it, selling the semen abroad

Indian breed scheme to boost meat quality

By Raghavendra Verma

India has been identifying and registering all livestock breeds in the country, a process that could benefit the local meat industry with increased production and higher-quality meat, GlobalMeatNews has been told.

India reports bird flu outbreak

India reports bird flu outbreak

By Oscar Rousseau

India has culled more than 900 birds after it reported a case of highly pathogenic avian influenza in the southwestern state of Karnataka.

Strong beef supply has weighed down the average carcase value of cattle

Global meat prices slip in December

By Oscar Rousseau

International meat prices dropped last month, according to the United Nation’s Food and Agricultural Organization’s (FAO) Food Price Index.

India to limit antibiotics used in meat production

India to limit antibiotics used in meat production

By Oscar Rousseau

Limits to the amount of antibiotics used in meat production have been proposed by India’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, to combat the risk of antimicrobial resistance.

Strikes have taking place in India this year in protest against a meat crackdown

Indian state outlaws new meat shops

By Oscar Rousseau

India’s meat crackdown has gathered potency after the state of Haryana banned meat shops from applying for a licence to open shops in Gurugram.

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Last chance to register for packaging webinar

By Rod Addy

Time is running out to register for a free online event scheduled for tomorrow, exploring the latest developments in packaging to crack down on spoilage in meat export consignments.

Hindu religious heads are angry over the trivialisation of Ganesh

Lamb ad not meant to ‘offend’ enraged Hindus

By Oscar Rousseau

A market campaign featuring religious and spiritual figures eating lamb that incensed Hindus over the portrayal of Lord Ganesh was not created to offend, Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) claims.