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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...
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....
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....
Pigeon Study Takes on Sexism in Science
US - In experimental research, scientists tend to assume that - unless they are looking specifically at reproduction or sexual behavior - male and female animals are alike, and mostly use males....
09 March 2017
Singapore's Poultry, Egg Supply Unaffected by Malaysian Bird Flu Outbreak
SINGAPORE - Malaysia’s Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) has reported an outbreak of H5N1 avian flu (bird flu) in a village of Kota Bharu, Kelantan. Singapore's Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA) has assured the public that poultry and poultry...
13 October 2014
Pigeon Paramyxovirus Detected in Australia
AUSTRALIA - Biosecurity SA has been advised by the Australian Chief Veterinary Officer that pigeon paramyxovirus type one (PPMV-1) has been detected in a racing pigeon loft in Victoria. ...
14 July 2014
New Parasite Found to Cause Deaths of Wild Pigeons
US - University of California Davis researchers have identified the cause of death in wild band-tailed pigeons connected to newly discovered parasite....
03 April 2014
Astika Acquires Nantong Poultry Company
CHINA - Astika Holdings, Inc. is set to enter poultry farming and the food sector, continuing its acquisition strategy in China....
28 February 2014
High Shedding of H7N9 Flu Virus in Chickens, Quail
US - Experiments that involved infecting different poultry species with H7N9 conducted at the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Southeast Poultry Research Laboratory (SEPRL) in Athens yielded new clues about likely reservoirs and promising testing methods....
05 February 2014
Newcastle Disease Outbreak Reported in Hamerkaz
ISRAEL - The Israeli veterinary authorities have reported an outbreak of Newcastle disease in Hamerkaz....
04 December 2013
Last Newcastle Disease Outbreak in Israeli Pigeons
ISRAEL - Since the Newcastle disease virus was found to have caused the deaths of 40 wild pigeons in September, there have been no further outbreaks of the disease in the country....
04 September 2013
Newcastle Disease Outbreak in Tel Aviv Pigeons
ISRAEL - Newcastle disease has hit a small flock of ornamental pigeons in the Tel Aviv area....
16 July 2013
H7N9 in China: The Worries Continue
ANALYSIS - The AH7N9 avian influenza outbreak that affected humans this year in China continues to worry the scientific community, as evidenced by the continuous publication of studies on the outbreak, writes Chris Wright, Senior Editor, for the Poultry...
10 July 2013
OIE Reports Further Newcastle Disease Outbreaks in Cyprus
CYPRUS - The Cypriot veterinary authorities have reported seven further outbreaks of Newcastle disease in Lefkosia and Paphos....
02 July 2013
More Newcastle Disease Outbreaks in Cyprus
CYPRUS - The Cypriot veterinary authorities have reported two further outbreaks of Newcastle disease in Lefkosia....
25 April 2013
H7N9 Flu Virus Found at Three More Chinese Markets, One Farm
CHINA - The low pathogenic H7N9 flu virus has been found in individual birds at three live bird markets and in a pigeon on a farm in eastern China. ...
17 April 2013
Poultry Samples Test Positive for H7N9 Virus
CHINA - China's agriculture authority said on Tuesday that its tests have found five more H7N9-positive poultry samples in China, including one from a wild pigeon....
10 April 2013
No H7N9 Epidemic Among Poultry, Says Expert
CHINA - A preliminary analysis shows that H7N9 bird flu has not triggered an epidemic among poultry, according to a Tuesday report in the "People's Daily" that cited a veterinary expert....
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