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Welcome to this week's newsletter
Editorial – New Ideas Discussed at WVPA
We have 8 new features this week:
The Egg - Very Nutritious, No Matter Where It's Produced
Cholesterol levels in both free-range and cage eggs were found to be lower than previously in a new study at North Carolina State University, prompting a revision in the USDA nutrition guidelines.
Contamination Rates and Antimicrobial Resistance in Three Types of Bacteria Isolated from Chicken Products Labelled 'No Antibiotics Added'
Chicken meat from birds not fed antimicrobials had more Salmonella but meat from those reared with antimicrobials was more likely to have antimicrobial-resistant E. coli and Enterococcus spp., according to research from Purdue University.
Weighing the Benefits of Automation in the Hatchery
Jan-Peter Eil of Pas Reform outlines the benefits of hatchery automation in addition to labour saving.
Orego-Stim and Blackhead Disease
Clinical symptoms of blackhead disease (also known as histomoniasis) are described in Technical Bulletin No. 12 from Meriden Animal Health, together with two case histories where the disease was controlled with Orego-Stim.
K&N's Leads Industry Growth in Pakistan
The growth of Cobb distributor K&N's in Pakistan has provided a model for the development of the country's poultry industry, which rates among the top ten producers in the world. A prifle of the company is features in the latest issue of Cobb Focus.
US Poultry Outlook - August 2011
High feed prices will curb production next year, according to the USDA Economic Research Service in its Livestock, Dairy and Poultry Outlook for August 2011.
Feed Outlook - August 2011
Lower projected yields have reduced global production prospects, according to the latest report from the USDA Economic Research Service.
World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates - August 2011
Meat and poultry supplies are expected to remain stable while corn, wheat and oilseed supplies this month are forecast to be down, according to the August World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates.
Hy-Line Sudanese Distributor Held Technical Seminar
SUDAN - Recently, Al-Shaeed (Hy-Line International distributor in Khartoum-Sudan) conducted a successful seminar focused on food and egg production in Khartoum.
Aviagen Brings Together Key Players from Russia
UK - Aviagen recently welcomed nine directors of Russia's leading poultry firms on a fact-finding tour of Great Britain.
Ross Thai Seminar a Resounding Success
THAILAND - Aviagen recently sponsored a Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited (CPF) customer seminar and golf day.
Cobb Seminar Unites Latin American Customers
BRAZIL - The 5th seminar for grandparent farmers, organized by Cobb-Vantress Brazil for Brazilian and international customers at São Jose do Rio Preto, was given a vision into the future of poultry breeding.
Earn Money by Battling Subclinical Coccidiosis
BELGIUM - Biosecurity advice from CID Lines to prevent subclinical coccidiosis.
Tips and Tricks for Cost-Effective Production
IRAN - Big Dutchman has held a series of conferences on cost-effective poultry production.
» World First in Welfare for Moy Park
» Egg Salmonella Investigation Continues
» Further Light Shed on Antibiotic Resistance
» Poultry Code of Practice up for Review
» Mustard Effective Against Major Pathogens
» Egg Exports Plunge
» TN Govt Bans Starvation of Hens for Moulting
» Profits Down at Palestine Poultry
» Factors Combine to Drop Poultry Exports 14 Per Cent
» Net Sales up 14 Per Cent at BRF
» Marfrig Reports Net Revenue up 50 Per Cent
» Net Revenue up Four Per Cent for JBS
» CME: Corn Yield Forecast Lowered
» FSIS Issues Directive on Salmonella Programme
» Listeria Prevalence in RTE Meat, Poultry Declines
» No Room to Increase Corn Consumption
» Team Addresses Climate Change, Animal Agriculture
» Record-Breaking Value for US Poultry Meat Exports
» Monthly US Turkey Hatchery Report
» NCC Welcomes Govt Help for Poultry Industry
» Quarterly Loss Leads Cagle's to Cut Back
» USDA Announces Chicken Products Purchase
» Weekly US Broiler Hatchery Report
» USGC Works to Smooth the Way for DDGS Exports
» Cherkizovo Welcomes Subsidies
» New Hatchery Opened by Cherkizovo at Bryansk
» Profit Down Sharply at Three Acre Farm
» Concerns Raised over Food Safety
» Pigeon Keepers on Newcastle Disease Alert
» Extreme Seasonal Jump in Egg Prices
» Good First-Half for Anhui Taiyang
» BRF Starts Further Processing Plant in Middle East
» New Certification Needed for Poultry Imports
» Aarhus Study Shows Early Feeding Brings Inefficiency
» Farmers Test Range of Substitutes for Maize
» Poultry Meat & Egg Output up Three Per Cent
» Cargill to Acquire Provimi
» Avangard Opens First Stage of New Egg Complex
» Proposal for Derogation on Cage Ban Condemned
» International Egg and Poultry Review: Thailand
» WVPA: Protectotypes and Other New Ideas
» Poultry Imports Allowed
» Stolle and Friki Merge to Strengthen Market Position
» Newcastle Disease Returns to Israel
That's all for this week!