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Wednesday, July 02, 2014
Qatar Faces Poultry Products Crunch
QATAR - There is a severe shortage of local poultry products, especially fresh chicken, resulting in consumers looking for imported products, which are not only more expensive but also less fresh compared to local produce. ...
Adequate Chicken Supply Assured in Malaysian State for Ramadan
MALAYSIA - Adequate supply of chicken for Ramadan and Aidilfitri has been assured in the state with the price set at RM8.50 and below, per kilogramme....
EW Nutrition Establishes New Subsidiary in Poland
POLAND - German-based EW Nutrition GmbH has established a new subsidiary in Poland - EW Nutrition Polska SP.z.o.o. ...
Zhejiang Bans Urban Live Poultry Trading
CHINA - Live poultry trading has been banned in urban areas of east China's Zhejiang Province for good from Tuesday to control the spread of bird flu....
Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Pakistan Poultry Industry Addresses High Prices in Ramadan
PAKISTAN - The Chairman of the Pakistan Poultry Association (PPA) has announced the formation of a committee to control poultry prices in Ramazan....
Chicken Supplies Assured in Malaysian Pahang
MALAYSIA - Adequate supplies of chicken at fair prices have been assured by officials in Pahang, the country's third largest state. ...
Monday, June 30, 2014
USDA Reports Hammer Soybean Futures Lower
ANALYSIS - Soybeans led a downside price surge in grain futures Monday, in the wake of mostly bearish supply and demand data released by the US Department of Agriculture at midday Monday, writes livestock analyst Jim Wyckoff for ThePoultrySite. ...
How Improving Welfare Can Improve Profits
ANALYSIS - Animal welfare has moved up the agenda for livestock production and companies are now embracing the concept and wanting to understand new solutions to improving conditions for animals bred for food....
US Chicken Farmers Call for Access to International Markets
US - On international trade agreements, US producers say they should provide both access and enforcement....
Go-ahead Granted for Collective Bargaining by NSW Poultry Farmers
AUSTRALIA - The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has granted authorisation to enable members of the New South Wales (NSW) Farmers’ Association who grow chicken, turkey and duck meat, to bargain collectively with processors....
Friday, June 27, 2014
Second Success in Cobb Flock Awards for Canada
CANADA - Groupe Westco of St François de Madawaska, New Brunswick, is the latest winner of the award for the top Cobb500 breeder performance in Canada....
Poultry Prices Taking off as Macroeconomic Conditions Improve
GLOBAL - Global poultry prices are taking off in the second quarter of the year, according to Rabobank's Poultry Quarterly Q2: Prices Taking Off report....
Chinese Farm Product Prices Fall Slightly
CHINA - The prices of major farm products fell slightly last week following a market survey of prices in 36 large and medium-sized cities carried out by the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM)....
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Covenant Signed for Grupo AgriMex-Holanda - Gateway to Dutch Poultry Science
NETHERLANDS & MEXICO - A Dutch industry consortium Grupo AgriMex-Holanda was officially formed on 20 June, through the signing of a covenant between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Netherland Enterprise Agency and...
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Chicken Prices Likely to Force Growers Out of Industry
AUSTRALIA - Feathers are flying in the Hunter Valley, with some chicken growers fearing they will be forced out of business if industry giant Baiada slashes prices....
Egg Prices Go Up in Philippines
PHILIPPINES - The cost of another staple on the Filipino breakfast table, eggs, has gone up, reports GMA News....
Report Recommendations Could Give Canadian Ag Competitive Edge
CANADA - The chair of the Standing Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry is confident recommendations contained in a report released last week will help improve the competitive position of Canadian agriculture worldwide, writes Bruce Cochrane. ...
Over 300 Ramazan Bazaars to Sell Poultry at Cheap Rates
PAKISTAN - Poultry products will be available at reduced rates as compared to the open market in more than 340 Ramazan Bazaars to be set up in 36 districts across Lahore, with chicken prices to be reduced by Rs18 per kg, eggs to be cut by Rs12 per dozen...
Top South Korean Food Maker Goes after Bigger US Share
US - A new lysine production facility in Fort Dodge, Iowa, USA has been launched by CJ Cheiljedang Corp., South Korea's top food maker, as it seeks a bigger portion of the global biomarket. ...
CB Chicken, Social Development Commission Form Partnership
JAMAICA - CB Chicken has partnered with the Social Development Commission (SDC) to stage the 2014 Pan Chicken Championship which kicks off 5 July at the UDC car park in Portmore....
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
EU Becomes World's Largest Agri-food Exporter
EU - New figures just released show that, in 2013, EU agri-food exports continued to grow as in the previous years and reached a value of €120 billion, which made the European Union the world's number one exporter of agricultural and food products....
Cargill Turkey Feed Mill Marks 30 years with no Lost Time Injury
US - An impressive accomplishment began in 1984 at the Cargill Turkey and Cooked Meats (CTCM) feed mill, located in Springdale, Arkansas....
Baiada Takes Over Aviagen's Coleambally Chicken Operation
AUSTRALIA - Thirteen employees at Coleambally's chicken breeding facility in the New South Wales Riverina will be out of work at the end of July, with Baiada Poultry taking over operations. ...
Poultry Farming Turns Lucrative Alternative in Tamil Nadu
INDIA - The Tamil Nadu State government’s ambitious plan to popularise poultry farming, with 50 per cent subsidy, in the non-traditional areas of the State has started yielding dividends. ...
Supermarket Shelves Still Filled with Fast-reared Factory Chicken
NETHERLANDS - Despite pledges to reduce their reliance on fast-reared factory chickens, supermarket shelves are still dominated by their meat, according to animal rights group Wakker Dier....
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