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ASK A RESEARCHER: Many animals eat faeces; dogs are one example.
Researchers have found that European wildcats and domestic cats did not have offspring with each other until the 1960s.
Researchers want to put Norway on the pig embryo map. Animal rights activists are critical.
Do sheep bells qualify as mistreatment of animals?
Why are boars in Norway more fertile than elsewhere?
Watch where you sneeze! Humans can make cows sick by transmitting a virus from barn to barn – sometimes in their noses.
Pneumonia is a mounting problem in barns.
Western Fjord Cattle, the Norwegian Spotted Goose and the Norwegian Coastal Goat are among the Norwegian livestock that need help to avoid extinction.
A parasite found in a reindeer’s nose 25 years ago may not be the most appealing creature to most people, except for scientists.
The very first farmer may have lived in a barren mountain landscape in Turkey over 10,000 years ago.