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03 September 2015
Chickens Sent to Conflict-Hit Regions in Ukraine
UKRAINE - Provision of the birds is the latest move by the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) to help vulnerable households whose livelihoods have been compromised by the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine....
Feed Consumption Critical in Broiler Growing
INDIA - Commercial broilers are grown throughout the world and broiler chicken is becoming the most affordable, delicious and nutritious protein, writes Dr T. Kotaiah from Indbro....
01 September 2015
US Poultry Facilities Recognised for Outstanding Safety
US - The US poultry industry has recognised 115 poultry facilities with outstanding safety performance at an annual award ceremony....
25 August 2015
Russia Reports Big Increase in Poultry Production
RUSSIA - Russia has increased its production of poultry by 9.1 per cent in live weight terms, the Ministry of Agriculture has reported....
Australian Free Range Layer Research Boosted with New Facilities
AUSTRALIA - The University of New England is now delivering state-of-the-art free-range research facilities at its Laureldale Poultry Research Farm, which also caters for research into cage and barn systems....
24 August 2015
AFRICAN POULTRY WRAP: Southern Africa Woes, North Africa Delight
AFRICA - Power woes hobbling the southern African region are hitting poultry producers in Zimbabwe and Zambia, writes our correspondent on the continent, Tawanda Korombo. ...
21 August 2015
Trade Restrictions Leading to Growth in Russian Poultry Production
RUSSIA - Forecasts from the US Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) predict Russian broiler production will increase to 3.65 million metric tons (MMT) in 2016....
25 June 2015
Report Shows Implications of Climate Change for Food Industry
GLOBAL - Global warming will have profound consequences on where and how food is produced, and also lead to a reduction in the nutritional properties of some crops, experts say in a new book....
08 June 2015
UK NFU Seeks Innovators for Poultry Industry Programme
UK - The National Farmers' Union in the UK is encouraging budding entrepreneurs, farmers and anyone keen to be a leading light in the poultry industry to apply for their poultry industry programme, which aims to improve skills in the sector....
05 June 2015
Survey Shows Millenials' Concern Over Chicken Sourcing
US - Parents of the 'Millenial' generation are much more concerned over whether their poultry purchases have been responsibly reared than previous generations, according to a survey conducted by MetrixLab on behalf of Foster Farms....
22 May 2015
African Poultry Wrap: Producers Face High Production Costs, Disease Pressure
AFRICA - The cost of poultry meat production in African countries such as Sudan is rising, mainly due to the growing cost of importing raw materials, and producers are also facing disease challenges, as Burkina Faso has reported four new cases of bird...
14 May 2015
US Agriculture Predicted to Create Thousands of Jobs in Next Five Years
US - Nearly 58,000 jobs will open annually across the US in occupations involving agriculture and environment over the next five years, according to an employment outlook led by Purdue University....
06 May 2015
CP Foods to Invest $500 Million in India
INDIA - With an eye to double its turnover to $1.2 billion, Thailand based billion Charoen Pokphand (CP) group’s Indian arm will be investing $500 million in the next five years, writes Jagdish Kumar for
01 May 2015
2 Sisters Commits to Responsible Use of Antibiotics
UK - Poultry meat company, 2 Sisters, is making moves to preserve the effectiveness of antibiotics critical to human health. It is to remove antibiotics used in medicine from its poultry production and setting up two trial farms to identify techniques...
24 April 2015
Global Researchers Collaborate for Sustainable Intensification in Africa
GLOBAL - 23 African and European research partners will collaborate on a new long term research and innovation partnership, focussing on sustainable intensification of the agro-food system in Africa....
Could the Apple Watch Fit Farming?
ANALYSIS – Mainstream technology took a major leap forward today with the launch of the Apple Watch, but agriculture is already firmly on board with the wearable revolution....
Beyza Piliç Switches to Petersime for Expanding Hatchery
TURKEY - Beyza Pílíç, a leading broiler integration in Adana, has recently decided to expand its hatchery and install new equipment from Petersime....
23 April 2015
Sneha Farms Commissions Further Hatchery Expansion
INDIA - Market-leading Sneha Farms Pvt Ltd is to increase further the capacity of its commercial broiler operations, with an energy-conscious expansion to its hatchery in Hyderabad, reports Pas Reform....
10 April 2015
Cal-Maine Foods Announces Joint Venture with Rose Acre Farms in Texas
US - Cal-Maine Foods, Inc. has entered into a production joint venture with Rose Acre Farms, Inc. ...
31 March 2015
Moy Park Invests in Poultry Development House
NORTHERN IRELAND - Poultry processor Moy Park has invested in a state-of-the-art poultry development house which brings together best farming practices, leading technology and science....
30 March 2015
Comprehensive Plant Management Poultry Course in May
US – The provision of safe, affordable and sustainable products is the aim of a poultry plant manager course this May....
25 March 2015
Cooled Water Keeps Tamil Nadu Poultry Comfortable
TAMIL NADU, INDIA - To keep poultry as cools as possible during the current spell of hot weather, poultry farmers are being urged to supply cooled water to thier birds....
24 March 2015
Poultry Company Director Disqualified for Failing to Pay Taxes
UK - A poultry company director has been disqualified for seven years for failing to pay VAT to HMRC and non-compliance with the Liquidator to account for or deliver up the company’s assets of the company. ...
19 March 2015
Agriculture Bears Major Brunt of Disaster Impacts
GLOBAL - Nearly a quarter of damages wrought by natural disasters on the developing world are borne by the agricultural sector according to initial results from a new FAO study released at the UN World Conference for Disaster Risk Reduction....
Scottish Poultry Count Down 16 Per Cent in December 2014 Census
SCOTLAND, UK - The results of the latest December Agricultural Survey show that livestock numbers have generally increased over the year although poultry numbers fell sharply....
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