Canine brucellosis, a zoonotic disease caused by the bacterium Brucella canis, could threaten the fertility of dogs bred in South Africa, according to Dr Kurt de Cramer, veterinarian at Rant-en-Dal Animal Hospital in Krugersdorp, Gauteng. According to Dr. Kurt de Cramer, canine brucellosis can have a devastating impact on theRead More →

Today, the Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science at Western Kentucky University received the 2022 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from OVERVIEW of diversity magazine, the largest and oldest publication on diversity and inclusion in higher education. The Inspiring Programs in STEM award recognizes colleges and universities that encourage andRead More →

The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) and Ohio Beef Council (OBC) recently hired Kelly Keirn as their Consumer Programs and Digital Marketing Manager. Keirn will work to initiate programs and educational efforts that will drive demand for beef among consumers. His responsibilities will include overseeing and implementing digital content, social andRead More →

Canadian trio Braids know a long song well – all of their studio albums have at least one track that’s epic in construction, and they’re often among the band’s best work: “Glass Deers”, “In Kind”, “Angel of the snows.” The latter appeared on the 2020s Shadow Offering, which we namedRead More →

Breeding schemes usually involve first choosing parents and then selecting offspring within crosses. Genomic prediction is suitable both for predicting cross mean and for classifying genotypes within a cross. These steps correspond to the components of the predictive ability of genomic prediction. The cross mean is the sum of theRead More →

Beginning Wednesday, St. Landry Parish government officials will begin visiting rural parish communities to explain a revised parish-wide animal control ordinance that proposes stricter regulation of livestock operations commercial. The ordinance, which has been reviewed by parish council members and made available to the public on the parish government website,Read More →

CUMBERLAND, ME – Four divisions of the Maine Breeders Stakes (MSBS) mark the opening day of harness racing on Sunday (August 7) ​​at the Topsham Fairwho celebrates his 168e year. Topsham Fairgrounds Historic Grandstand is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (Picture Wikipedia) Five days of racing closeRead More →

Boris Johnson has ‘tantrums’ and looks like a ‘big, unruly golden retriever, howling for attention’, a former aide has claimed. Cleo Watson, who worked at Number 10 as deputy chief of staff, also described her role as that of a ‘nanny’ who had to take the Prime Minister’s temperature duringRead More →

Scott Baervice president of special programs at Comcast Business, recently sat down with ExecutiveBiz to continue the conversation from a previous Spotlight interview with Ken Folderauer on the launch and rapid growth of Comcast Business’ federal government services team, Comcast Government Services. Baer also discussed the work federal agencies areRead More →

Pet: Quicksilver, Labrador Retriever, 11 months #822640. Where: San Diego Humane Society, Escondido Campus, 3500 Burnet Drive, Escondido. Opening hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday to Sunday. Adoption fee: $100, includes microchip with lifetime registration, vet exam. Profile: Quicksilver has been a little shy, but with time and patienceRead More →

A bipartisan bill appears poised to revitalize federal funding for state wildlife conservation efforts, including Missouri projects ranging from restoring forests in the Bootheel to raising giant salamanders in the Ozarks. Considered a “once in a generation” development and spearheaded by two U.S. senators with direct ties to Missouri, theRead More →

A bipartisan bill appears poised to revitalize federal funding for state wildlife conservation efforts, including Missouri projects ranging from restoring forests in the Bootheel to raising giant salamanders in the Ozarks. Considered a “once in a generation” development and led by two U.S. senators with direct ties to Missouri, theRead More →

The City of Burlington promotes a variety of environmental programs that you and your family can participate in. Discover some of the programs and get involved in preserving our natural landscapes and adopting sustainable habits. Campaigns against idling We provide anti-idling resources and lend banners to schools to encourage alignmentRead More →