The Government wants to start cultivating new strains of genetically-modified (GM) crops next year with a target to expand the area under cultivation of GM crops to between 30% and 50% of the total farmland by 2020, said an...
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment has just signed Decision 1836/QD-BTNMT on the issuance of bio-safety certificate for the genetically modified corn MON89034 of Dekalb Vietnam Company Limited, a subsidiary in...
The Prime Minister is supporting the proposal of the Ministry of Finance to include animal feed in the list of products exempted from value added tax (VAT) payment.
Two-way trade between Vietnam and Brazil fetched US$1.745 billion in the first seven months of the year, reported the Vietnamese Trade Office in Brazil.
Sea urchins have suddenly appeared on the beach of Nha Trang City in Khanh Hoa Province. The entire coastal rescue team has been mobilized to clean the beach.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has allowed the use of four varieties of genetically modified corn for animal feed, but farmers still need to get permission from the Ministry of Natural Resources and the...
The first four genetically-modified (GM) maize varieties have been licensed for both human consumption and as animal feed in Vietnam.
Foreign firms are showing huge interest in Vietnam's lucrative livestock production sector, the Vietnam Investment Review (VIR) reported.
Vietnam has the potential for becoming the world's leading exporter of cattle feed in the near future, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has said.
The forthcoming International Feed, Livestock and Meat Processing Show (Vietstock 2014) will honour outstanding businesses for actively taking part in the development of husbandry industry, particularly the livestock value chain...