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From Molecules to Vet Medicine
Responsible Use of Antibiotics
Heroes on 4 paws
Cambodia is still being haunted by a dismal legacy. According to estimates, the war has left behind 3 to 5 million landmines. Bayer is committed to a world free of .
November 23, 2017
Bayer eases dairy herd health management with “BCS Cowdition” application update
November 14, 2017
A Nose for Danger
Not all heroes wear capes. Diabetes Alerts Dogs can make the difference between life and death for a person suffering from high blood sugar. However, the training for these essential animals can be outside of a family’s budget. Bayer Animal Health Sweden supports the dogs and the important work being done at the Swedish Service and Signal Dog Association (SoS) to protect vulnerable diabetes sufferers.
October 24, 2017
Protection of Horned Giants
The Kruger National Park in South Africa is one of the world’s foremost national parks and an un-spoiled wilderness. It is also one of the most developed and accessible ecotourism destinations in South Africa. Nearly 1 million people visit Kruger National Park every year. This wildlife sanctuary is larger in area than the entire country of Israel. Since 1960, the black rhino population has declined by 97.6%. Poachers remain the biggest threat to this species and Kruger is the most important target for poachers.
October 10, 2017
A Dual Farmer’s Perspective on Sustainability and Tech in Agriculture
By 2050, the global population is expected to reach 10 billion, requiring the world’s farmers to produce 50 percent more food. Annie Dee of Dee River Ranch is one of those farmers helping bring more food to the table for consumers. She transformed her family farm into a modern row crop and beef cattle operation, spanning 10,000 acres. Committed to innovation, Dee is an agricultural advocate and continually seeks new ways to farm sustainably and profitably.
Animal Well-Being: Increasing Day by Day
Whether he is caring for his flock of sheep, playing with his dog, or working on his computer writing stories for hundreds to read, Paulo Palma Beraldo loves agriculture. As a 24-year-old, journalist from Brazil, Paulo has been selected as a delegate for the 2017 Youth Ag Summit in Brussels, Belgium in October. See more of his perspectives and experiences on his Portuguese blog De Olho no Campo.