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Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Breeders, Layers in Guanajuato Receive Avian Flu Vaccination
MEXICO - The Mexican veterinary authorities report that there have been no new outbreaks of H7N3 bird flu in the country....
Monday, May 19, 2014
Revenue, Profit Higher for Ukrainian Egg Company
UKRAINE - Ovostar Union’s management reports being content with its financial results for the first quarter of this year in spite of the challenging political and economic situation....
Hy-Line Inaugurates Dr Dennis Casey Research Farm
US - In April, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey joined Hy-Line International senior staff in the dedication of the Dr Dennis Casey Research Farm....
Egg Industry Center Seeks to Fund Research
US - The Egg Industry Center (EIC) is seeking pre-proposals for egg industry-oriented research to fund through its grant award program....
Friday, May 16, 2014
Big Dutchman Showcases Group Laying Nest with Divided Roof
GERMANY - Big Dutchman will feature its group laying nest with divided roof - the 'Relax' labour-saving nest innovation for broiler breeders - at VIV Europe....
Always Ask for the Original Grasstech Nest Pad
EUROPE - The AstroTurf® Nest Pad from Grasstech is made from a special polyethylene composition....
EU Lifts Five-year Ban on Imports of Indian Poultry Meat
INDIA - Five years after imposing a ban on imports of poultry meat from India based on bird flu fears, the European Union has lifted the ban, whilst maintaining controls....
First Hatch of Ross 308 in New Ross Africa Hatchery in Zambia
ZAMBIA - Completion of the new Ross 308 broiler hatchery at Chainda Farm, Zambia will increase Ross Africa production capacity to 500,000 broilers per week in phase one of the project. The company will have the capacity to produce a total of one million...
Angry Farmers Plot Egg Crisis in Norway
NORWAY - Farmers in Norway are trying to force an egg shortage on the country before its National Day celebrations on 17 May, in protest at their government's attempts to cut the level of protection they enjoy. ...
Thursday, May 15, 2014
Weekly Overview: UK Poultry Industry Looks to the Future
UK - Whilst the country's egg and chicken meat industries face challenges ahead, visitors to the British Pig & Poultry Fair at the National Agricultural Centre this week seemed to be optimistic about the future of their businesses, reports Jackie Linden....
India's Poultry Industry to See Improvement in Profit Margins
INDIA - Though volatile realizations, wide supply-demand disparity across regions amid high feed costs remain a concern, the poultry industry is expected to report improved profit margins in the last quarter of 2013-14 and in 2014-15, ratings agency ICRA...
Strict Poultry, Egg Checks to Ensure Safe Consumption in Singapore
SINGAPORE - Whether it is chicken, duck, or eggs, by the time these imports reach the consumer’s plate, stringent checks will have been undertaken to ensure that they are safe for consumption....
Egg Prices Rise as Cage Farmers Embark on NZ$200M Upgrade
NEW ZEALAND - The cost of battery farmed eggs in New Zealand is on the rise as farmers begin converting to new welfare code compliant cages, a change estimated to cost the industry as much as $200 million....
Norwegian Farmers Block Egg Distribution
NORWAY - Norwegian farmers have begun a blockade of the distribution of eggs to the nation's grocery stores, in protest against the Government's offer of farm subsidies for next year. ...
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
NZ Food Prices up in April on More Expensive Eggs, Dairy
NEW ZEALAND - New Zealand food prices rose in April, snapping two declines, as eggs and dairy products lifted grocery bills in the month, though inflation remained contained as the strong kiwi dollar kept a lid on imported prices. ...
Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Mississippi Poultry Farmers Optimistic Despite Tornados
US - Poultry growers are reeling from the April 28 tornadoes that caused tremendous damage on farms and the loss of more than a million birds in four Mississippi counties....
Monday, May 12, 2014
No Approval for Battery Chicken Farm
MALTA - A planning tribunal has refused a request to sanction an illegal chicken farm among World War II fortifications....
Thursday, May 08, 2014
Japanese Business Leaders Visit Hy-Line
US - Japanese business leaders from Marubeni Egg Corporation visited Hy-Line for a two-day discussion and tour....
Higher Input Costs Lift Poultry Feed
INDIA - Prices of poultry-feed increased this week following an uptrend in prices of key ingredients over the last few days. ...
Wednesday, May 07, 2014
International Workshop on Keel Bone Damage in Commercial Laying Hen
SWITZERLAND - Keel bone damage in egg-laying hens is a major animal welfare and farm productivity issue. It afflicts more than half of birds in commercial facilities according to recent published figures....
Tuesday, May 06, 2014
Natura Step Featuring Hollywood Hens Visits the White House
US - The Big Dutchman Natura Step aviary and the company’s Hollywood Hens have just returned home to Holland, Michigan after a visit to the White House to attend the 136th Easter Egg Roll. ...
Friday, May 02, 2014
Study Examines Labour Requirement for Different Hen Housing Systems
US - Per hen housed, cage systems required 20 minutes labour, cage-free 29 minutes and free-range systems one hour and 16 minutes on average between 17 and 37 weeks of age, according to a new study. There was no effect of strain alone. ...
Monday, April 28, 2014
Eco-friendly Smart Hatchery Sets Pace for Bábolna TETRA Expansion
HUNGARY - Bábolna TETRA Kft., one of the world’s leading layer-hybrid breeding companies, has developed one of Europe’s most advanced hybrid hatcheries at Uraiújfalu, in Hungary’s Vas county, with SmartPro™ single stage hatchery technologies...
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Research Shows Increased Sustainability for American Agriculture
US - Agricultural producers have been engaged in sustainable farming practices for many years as an inherent part of their work. ...
Meat Production in Russia Increases by 4.5 Per Cent
RUSSIA - Production of livestock and poultry for slaughter in Russia was 2.8 million tonnes for the first quarter of the current year – 4.5 per cent up on last year. ...
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