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08 February 2019
Good news but early days for rodenticide stewardship on farms and game shoots
UK - Rat control is changing for the better on UK farms and game shoots. From 2015 to 2017, a detailed independent study has found planned prevention of infestations is taking over from control in reaction to the presence of rats....
06 February 2019
With completion of Neovia acquisition, ADM creates premier global leader in animal nutrition
Combined animal nutrition business one of the largest in the world, with estimated sales of $3.5 billion, and full range of animal nutrition products and solutions for customers globally....
23 January 2019
Shoots urged to pay more attention to release pen locations, says new GWCT study
UK - Advisors from the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) are urging shoots to pay more attention to release pen locations and limit pheasant releasing density to reduce negative impacts on woodland flora...
19 January 2019
Ten big shoots kill more birds than 3,000 smallest
The country’s ten biggest game shoots released 1.4 million birds for shooting last year — more than the smallest 3,000 shoots combined, analysis by The Times has found...
31 October 2018
Global poultry leaders meet at Petersime HQ for a look into the future
The poultry world is continuously evolving, but one thing is for sure: keeping on top of the latest developments is key. That’s what brought together a group of poultry leaders out of 19 different countries for the Poultry Performance Conference in...
04 October 2018
24 September 2018
Cobb Europe poultry experts set course for 2019
Cobb grandparent production managers from across Europe met in Holland this summer for the region’s fifth grandparent stock roundtable....
25 July 2018
PIX/AMC provided networking, information sharing among poultry professionals in Australia and beyond
Aviagen presented latest management information and rewarded top-performing customers....
14 May 2018
On-farm Salmonella control helps prevent processing plant contamination
Contaminated chicken feathers and feet may be the primary vectors for transmitting Salmonella from poultry houses to processing plants, according to Martha Pulido, DVM, PhD, Mississippi State University....
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...
10 May 2018
Aviagen UK hosts Nippon Chunky delegation in Scotland
Aviagen® UK recently extended a warm welcome to longstanding customer Nippon Chunky, Japan’s exclusive Ross® distributor, who visited Edinburgh on April 16 and 17. ...
01 May 2018
Petersime incubators ‘best fit’ for world class Allora hatchery
On a greenfield site near Warwick in Queensland, Australia, a truly world class hatchery recently opened its doors. Less than a year after the kickoff of the project, Allora hatchery is now all set to deliver the best results yet achieved in the history...
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...
10 April 2018
In-ovo vaccination requires good hatchery management
In-ovo vaccination is gaining popularity and is being used in an increasing number of hatcheries. A driving force behind this is the increasing number of vaccines that are suitable for this method, including vector vaccines, which offer early protection...
07 March 2018
Influence Feed: Feedback on food and fuel policy
Stay current on the latest food and agriculture issues impacting your business with Influence Feed by Zoetis. Influence Feed tracks the top 1,500 most influential voices across all segments of food and agriculture to bring you insights in a convenient...
26 February 2018
Can improper vaccination make IBV worse?
Improper vaccination not only fails to protect flocks from infectious bronchitis virus (IBV), but it can also make the problem worse, a leading poultry health expert says....
16 February 2018
Webinar Wednesday features Dr. Keith Bramwell: Embryo Diagnosis
Jamesway Incubator Company is very pleased to be offering a series of Webinars which tap into the vast knowledge of our Hatchery Professionals....
06 February 2018
Aviagen LLC hosts Arbor Acres school in Egypt, welcomes high-performing customers to Arbor Acres Clubs
Arbor Acres® customers from Russia and Kazakhstan united in November 2017 in Cairo, Egypt, to share knowledge, gain practical experience, and learn about the latest poultry industry advancements at the annual Arbor Acres School. Another highlight of...
26 January 2018
Merck Animal Health focusses on innovation at IPPE 2018
This year marks the conclusion of the funding program which will have supported three doctoral students and their important research in poultry science....
25 January 2018
International poultry event set to showcase leading-edge Novus research
Pushing the boundaries of modern poultry nutrition and health is what Novus International, Inc.’s research and development team does best, and their results will be on full display at the International Poultry Scientific Forum in Atlanta, Georgia next...
23 January 2018
Closing in on coccidiosis: How metagenomics can help
Identifying coccidial species by metagenomics can help producers fine-tune their coccidiosis-control programs, said Ryan Snyder, a graduate student in the pathobiology department at the University of Guelph....
22 January 2018
Aviagen features brand diversity and global reach, local touch at IPPE 2018
This year will signal an exciting showing for Aviagen® at the International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) 2018 in Atlanta....
17 January 2018
Hy-Line International meets with US Ambassador to China
Hy-Line International, the world leader in layer poultry genetics, recently met with U.S. Ambassador to China, Terry Branstad, during his visit to Des Moines, continuing a series of discussions urging the Ambassador to provide all possible assistance...
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