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Opinion: Animal welfare according to the Bible

AgribusinessTV November 27, 2020 1017 No Comments

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According to Pastor Emmanuel KIEMTORE, founder of “Eglise Evangélique Grace Academie”, there are several examples from the Bible, showing that animals have rights. “When God created animals, the Bible said God blessed them,” says Pastor KIEMTORE.

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Opinion : Animal welfare and Islam

AgribusinessTV November 26, 2020 1018 No Comments

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Ismael TIENDREBEOGO, Imam, explains some verses from the Qu’ran, linked to the animal welfare. “The Prophet (Salla Allahu Alaihi wa Sallam) also taught that good behaviour towards an animal brings one into paradise,” says Imam TIENDREBEOGO.

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Opinion: Animal welfare and Christianity

AgribusinessTV November 26, 2020 1014 No Comments

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What does the Catholic Church say about animal welfare? Abbé Marcel NACOULMA , Vicar at Paroisse Saint-Joseph des 4 Routes, shares his opinion on the issue. “Man has the obligation to take care of animals,” says Abbé Marcel.

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Burkina Faso: plan B to avoid losses

AgribusinessTV November 24, 2020 1027 No Comments

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Failure forms part of the success of Roger ZONGO, founder of CLARO Elevage. During his entrepreneurial journey, he lost his whole production of chicks after a power cut. After this experience, Roger found an alternative to better prepare himself for his next production.

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Burkina Faso: Village poultry producers and vaccinators

AgribusinessTV November 23, 2020 26 No Comments

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To reduce poultry mortality rate, Hélène and Rakiswiligré KABRÉ were trained as volunteer village poultry vaccinators in Nandiala, Burkina Faso. While being poultry producers themselves, they vaccinate chickens for other producers in their village in their spare time. Thanks to these activities, they are currently

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Animal welfare during transport

AgribusinessTV November 19, 2020 1022 No Comments

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Animals are very often transported in conditions that don’t guarantee their welfare. For their welfare, they must be transported under appropriate conditions, according to well-established protocols. Madi SEBGO, livestock technician, and Rodrigue Nemsida NANA, lawyer, share their views on this subject.

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Tips: How to choose your beehive and harvest honey?

AgribusinessTV November 18, 2020 1025 No Comments

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To start beekeeping, you need to know the type of beehives to choose from. These vary depending on the beekeeping techniques, and the environment where they will be placed. Through these tips, Madi SEBGO, a beekeeper, explains how to choose a beehive and which techniques to use for harvesting honey.

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Burkina Faso: Paulin, the young trader of pedigree dogs

AgribusinessTV November 17, 2020 1028 No Comments

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The marketing of pedigree dogs is not a common activity in Burkina Faso. Paulin COMPAORÉ chose to venture into this business despite the prejudices of his friends. Today, he is the pride of his family. “It’s with the money from the sale of dogs that I paid for my schooling in high school. I paidRead More

Discovery: What is a good quality meat ?

AgribusinessTV November 16, 2020 1029 No Comments

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Obtaining a good quality meat depends on biochemical processes that occur in the meat after slaughtering the animal. This process, called rigor mortis, is explained by Dr. Dieudonné TIALLA, Director General of the National School of Animal Husbandry and Health (ENESA) in Burkina Faso.

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Opinion: What is Animal Welfare?

AgribusinessTV November 14, 2020 1030 No Comments

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What do professionals at the slaughterhouse and butchery think about animal welfare? According to Boukary DIALLO, a butcher in Ouahigouya, Burkina Faso, “when you eat in the morning, at noon, and in the evening, you must do everything to ensure that the animal also eats 3 times a day.” Find out more in this

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