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Changes in pig farming in the 20th Century spread antibiotic-resistant Salmonella around the world

Historical changes in pig farming led to the global spread of Salmonella, resistant to antibiotics – a new international study led by researchers at the University of Warwick suggests.

Thu 09 May 2024, 10:26 | Tags: antimicrobial resistance, farming, Animals

Clarkson’s Farm’s Cheerful Charlie discusses ‘The Farm of the Future’ at the Warwickshire Rural Hub’s first major farmer conference

The future of farming has been highlighted at the Warwickshire Rural Hub’s inaugural major farming conference.

‘Preparing for the Farm of the Future: What Will It Look Like?’ was hosted at the University of Warwick’s Innovation Campus Stratford-upon-Avon this week (12th March), with speakers including ‘Cheerful Charlie’ from Clarkson’s Farm – the popular Amazon Prime series.

Fri 15 Mar 2024, 10:45 | Tags: crop centre, crops, farming

Farmer behaviour plays crucial role in managing livestock diseases

New research has highlighted the crucial role farmers play in managing livestock diseases.

Wed 13 Sep 2023, 15:56 | Tags: agriculture, Mathematics, research, zeeman institute, farming

National Organic Month: The University of Warwick’s pioneering research into low-input farming from the crop centre

During National Organic Month, the University of Warwick's Crop Centre takes a pioneering stance in the realm of low-input farming, shedding light on the concept of 'organic farming.'

Fri 01 Sep 2023, 09:40 | Tags: agriculture, crop centre, crops, farming

Can super-speedy plant cells feed a growing population?

New research will investigate whether specialised plant “train tracks” that move molecules in cells could help feed the growing population.

Wed 22 Mar 2023, 09:25 | Tags: Plants, cell biology, School of Life Sciences, Life Sciences, farming

Increase homegrown fruit and veg and add £0.5bn to the economy say scientists – as we reel from supermarket shortages

As the UK reels from recent fruit and vegetable shortages, scientists are advising how to increase homegrown produce – benefitting the economy and the environment.

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