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Monday, January 27, 2014
NTUC FairPrice Offers Halal Thai Frozen Chicken
SINGAPORE - Local supermarket chain NTUC FairPrice is now offering halal-certified frozen chicken from Thailand....
Thursday, January 09, 2014
Chick Transportation Time Found to Impact Broiler Performance
EU - Researchers have found that longer transport times as newly hatched chicks adversely affected their weight gain to 21 days of age but those transported longest had less foot pad dermatitis. The study also found effects of breeder age on broiler performance...
Friday, December 27, 2013
Poultry Litter Additive Reduces Ammonia in Raleigh Study
US - Sodium bisulphate, an acid litter additive, reduced ammonia levels in a broiler house rearing birds to nine weeks of age in a study in North Carolina without affecting the birds' performance....
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Russian Mission Approves of Brazilian Poultry Establishments
BRAZIL - A mission comprising animal health authorities from Russia recently visited Brazilian meat establishments and have reported that the latter's agricultural defense system is in tune with that of Russia's....
Friday, December 06, 2013
Nutrient Content of Goose Meat Investigated
SOUTH AFRICA - Egyptian goose meat is higher in polyunsaturated fatty acids and iron than guineafowl, Pekin duck, ostrich or chicken, according to a new study at Stellenbosch....
Thursday, November 28, 2013
Muscle Food First to Stock, Sell Red Tractor
UK - Muscle Food has become the first of its kind to stock and sell Red Tractor assured food....
Monday, November 11, 2013
Are Environmental Management Systems Just Greenwash?
ANALYSIS - Research suggests that companies that adopt environmental management systems generally back this up with sincere investment in environmentally-friendly practices, writes Chris Harris....
Scientists Link Enzyme Level to Chicken Meat Defect
US - After more than a decade of research into Green Muscle Disease, an increasingly common and costly broiler condition affecting chicken met quality, a team of poultry scientists at Auburn University has identified a blood enzyme that could give breeders...
Monday, November 04, 2013
Will Poultry Inspection Modernisation Compromise Bird Welfare?
ANALYSIS - Concerns are rising in the US over the new moves to modernise the poultry meat inspection system, writes Editor-in-Chief, Chris Harris....
Friday, October 25, 2013
Adding up True Return from Quality in Christmas Turkeys
UK - In marketing Christmas turkeys the key is to ensure customers get the best experience so they will come back next year, says Paul Kelly, managing director of Kelly Turkeys....
Meat, Poultry Research Showcase to Feature at IPPE
US - The Meat and Poultry Research Showcase at the 2014 International Production and Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta in January aims to provide cutting-edge scientific presentations about the latest developments....
Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Canada Assesses Meat Buying from Argentina
CANADA – Argentinian meat processing operators are eagerly awaiting the conclusions of a hygiene review by a Canadian food safety delegation....
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Harvest Broilers Without Catching
NETHERLANDS - Since the introduction of its BroMaxx broiler colony system, it is no longer necessary to catch the birds during harvesting, according to Jansen Poultry Equipment....
Friday, September 20, 2013
Customs Union Says Yes to Colombian Poultry, Beef
GLOBAL – The customs union reponssible for Russia, Belrus and Kazakhstan has resolved to allow poultry and beef meat imports from Colombia....
CME: Consumers More Willing to Pay for Chicken Breasts
US - The September edition of Oklahoma State University’s Foods Food Demand Survey showed a sharp increase in surveyed consumers’ willingness to pay for steaks, chicken breasts and hamburger, writes Steve Meyer and Len steiner....
Perdue Foundation Makes Award to University of Delaware
US - The Arthur W. Perdue Foundation, the charitable giving arm of Perdue Farms, has awarded the University of Delaware $125,000 over the next three years to establish the Arthur W. Perdue Graduate Fellowship in the University’s Department of Animal...
Monday, August 12, 2013
University of Wisconsin Meat Research Facilities on Track
US - Renovation of the University of Wisconsin-Madison buildings for meat science research are to proceed and are due for completion in 2018....
Tuesday, August 06, 2013
How Sustainable is Cultured Meat?
ANALYSIS - The unveiling of the first artificially produced meat in a Cultured Beef burger in London has raised questions over the sustainability of livestock production and the ability of the agricultural sector to feed a growing global population....
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Travelling Danes Expose Themselves to Salmonella Risk
DENMARK – Salmonella infections are on the decline in the Danish population, although not when they go on holiday, a report shows....
Study Links Pathogen with Dermatitis in Broilers
US - Researchers having established a link between the number of Clostridium perfringens bacteria in the litter and the incidence of gangrenous dermatitis in broilers....
Thursday, July 25, 2013
Tyson Brazil Exports Green Chicken to Saudi
SAUDI ARABIA - Tyson Brazil, a subsidiary of Tyson Foods, the largest beef processor in the world, has been exporting green chicken from its Brazilian unit to Saudi Arabia since March this year. ...
Friday, July 05, 2013
Study Looks at Lysine Needs of Traditional Breeds
CHINA - Sichuan researchers have been investigating the lysine requirements of different strains and crosses of native chickens and its effects on performance and carcass composition. ...
Friday, June 28, 2013
Will Changes to Poultry Meat Inspection Improve Global Standards?
ANALYSIS - The question of the efficiency and efficacy of poultry meat inspection has been addressed on both sides of the Atlantic recently. ...
Thursday, June 27, 2013
Feed Restriction Does Not Impact Broiler Meat Quality
BRAZIL - A new study shows no significant impacts on final bodyweight or meat quality of broilers fed reduced nutrients between eight and 16 days of age if the restriction is done by limiting the volume of feed offered or the time it is available. ...
Study Examines Effects of Gene Expression on Turkey Meat Quality
US - Researchers have found differences in gene expression associated with pale, soft exudative (PSE) meat in turkeys, leading to the prospect of breeding programmes to eliminate this meat quality issue in future. ...
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