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24 October 2018
USPOULTRY 2018 Poultry Protein & Fat Seminar takes a fresh look at rendering advancements, challenges and opportunities
GEORGIA, USA - 23 October 2018: USPOULTRY’s 2018 Poultry Protein & Fat Seminar brought together rendering professionals in Nashville, Tennessee, who benefited from presentations and first-hand knowledge on topics addressing areas such as peracetic acid...
26 July 2018
Newcastle disease outbreak: APHA increases risk from low to medium in UK
UK - Following recent outbreaks of Newcastle disease (ND) in Belgium and other European countries the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) has advised that the risk of disease has increased from low to medium...
13 June 2018
Largest trade show floor ever for 2019 IPPE
USA - The 2019 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) will have the largest trade show floor ever in the event’s history...
11 May 2018
Halamid® effective in preventing avian flu
The epidemiological situation in relation to HPAI H5N8 (and for that matter, other subtypes) is constantly evolving. Migratory birds are considered the main cause as surveillance reports show they are infected...
19 April 2018
Eat less and better meat and dairy, say campaigners
A powerful alliance of 52 organisations have set out their stall for how to eat meat and dairy more sustainably...
12 April 2018
ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference will explore the transformative power of ideas and their ability to change the poultry industry
LEXINGTON, Kentucky - Poultry producers and industry experts from around the world will gather at ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference (ONE18), held 20-22 May in Lexington, Kentucky, to share ideas and discuss advancements in the industry related to digital...
11 April 2018
Important issues drive agenda for Canada's leading animal nutrition conference
OTTAWA, Ontario, 11 April 2018 - There's still time to register for the 2nd Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada from 2-3 May in Edmonton...
What’s on the label? Traditionally-harvested vs lab-grown
WASHINGTON – As new, alternative “beef” products make their way onto grocery store shelves, National Farmers Union (NFU) is encouraging federal officials to establish labelling requirements that better inform consumers about the difference between...
01 November 2017
Made in Malawi Incubators Boost Poultry Industry
MALAWI - Lilongwe-based company Incubators Malawi says it aims at achieving a more developed way of poultry farming....
20 October 2017
Almost 2/3 of Western Cape's Egg Layers Culled, Govt Reports
SOUTH AFRICA - Close to two thirds of the Western Cape egg-laying hens have been culled as cases of bird flu continue to increase, the Western Cape's Economic Opportunities MEC Alan Winde said on Friday....
31 July 2017
Namibia Eases Restrictions on Poultry Imports
NAMIBIA - Namibia has slightly eased its ban on poultry imports from South Africa, despite an outbreak of avian flu there. The amendment is a result of severe shortages of poultry in Namibian markets....
17 May 2017
Study: Economic Ripple Effect of Livestock Operations in Indiana
ANALYSIS - If you've driven through the US state of Indiana, you'll have seen lots of corn and soybean fields. It’s no surprise that it ranks in the top 10 US agricultural states, but what is surprising is that Indiana livestock operations are seeing...
19 April 2017
Removal of Requirement to House Birds in Higher Risk Areas from 13 April
UK - Defra has announced that all poultry in England are to be allowed outside from Thursday, 13 April, following updated evidence on the risk posed by wild birds....
29 September 2016
Low Path Bird Flu Back Again in South Africa's Ostrich Sector
SOUTH AFRICA - Another outbreak of low pathogenic avian influenza has affected a commercial ostrich farm in South Africa's Western Cape province....
09 February 2016
Low Path Avian Flu Found in More South African Ostriches
SOUTH AFRICA - There have been three outbreaks of low pathogenic avian influenza in South African ostriches....
04 November 2015
Low Path Avian Flu Outbreaks Continue in South Africa
SOUTH AFRICA - There have been another 11 outbreaks of low pathogenic avian flu on South African ostrich farms....
16 September 2015
SA Agrees to Resume US Poultry Imports by End of 2015
SOUTH AFRICA - South African and United States veterinary experts have agreed to ensure that US poultry imports to South Africa resume by the end of the year. ...
14 August 2015
More Ostriches Infected with Avian Flu in South Africa
SOUTH AFRICA - Four more ostrich farms have been infected with low pathogenic avian influenza in South Africa....
11 August 2015
EU Allows South African Ostrich Exports
EU - The European Union has lifted the four-year ban on South African ostrich exports....
15 July 2015
Low Pathogenic Avian Flu Outbreaks Found in South African Ostriches
SOUTH AFRICA - There have been four outbreaks of low pathogenic avian influenza on ostrich farms in South Africa....
23 April 2015
Low-path Bird Flu on Western Cape Ostrich Farm
SOUTH AFRICA - The veterinary authority has reported one further outbreak of low-pathogenic avian influenza of the H5N2 subtype in commercial ostriches dating back to November 2014....
27 March 2015
Three Outbreaks of Low-path Avian Flu in South African Ostriches
SOUTH AFRICA - Over a three-month period around the turn of the year, ostriches at three farms in Western Cape province tested positive for the H5N2 low-pathogenic avian influenza virus....
02 March 2015
Low-path Avian Flu Virus Detected at South African Ostrich Farms
SOUTH AFRICA - The H5N2 low-pathogenic avian influenza virus has been detected at three ostrich farms in Western Cape since November 2014....
27 November 2014
Low Pathogenic Avian Influenza Detected in South Africa
SOUTH AFRICA - There has been five outbreaks of low pathogenic H5N2 avian influenza detected and confirmed in Western Cape province between 15 September and 29 October 2014....
09 October 2014
Low-pathogenic Flu Virus Reported in South African Ostriches
SOUTH AFRICA - The H7N1 low-pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI) virus was detected in farmed ostriches on one farm in the Western Cape Province in August....
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