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21 May 2009
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South All Poultry Meat Will be Sold Packaged in South Korea
SOUTH KOREA - From 2010, all poultry meat will be sold in packs - one of a series of new measures to improve food safety....
28 January 2009
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Seoul to Lift Ban on UK Pork and Poultry
SEOUL - Imports of British poultry and pork are likely to resume as early as mid-February, Korean officials reported on Monday (26 January). ...
27 November 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Sale of Chicken Burger Discontinued at KFC
SOUTH KOREA - If you're at a Kentucky Fried Chicken joint in South Korea looking for a juicy chicken burger, there's a good chance you won't get one. That's because the fast food giant has discontinued selling two of its best-selling menu items over rising...
21 November 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South S Korea Finds Banned Substance in Chinese Duck
SOUTH KOREA - The authorities have found traces of chloramphenicol in duck meat imported from China. ...
10 October 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Bird Flu Report Halts German Imports
SOUTH KOREA - Following reports of a bird flu outbreak, authorities have halted the import of chicks from Germany....
06 October 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Low-Path Bird Flu in South Korea
SOUTH KOREA - The south Korean veterinary authorities have advised the WOrld Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) that there has been an outbreak of low-pathogenic avian influenza caused by the H5N2 sub-type....
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South New Suspect Case of Bird Flu Found in S Korea
SEOUL - A new suspected case of bird flu was found at a duck farm in South Korea, the South Korean Agriculture Ministry said Saturday. ...
01 September 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Antibiotics for Feeding Animals to Be Banned
SOUTH KOREA - It was reported yesterday that starting next year, popular antibiotics will no longer be fed to poultry, livestock and fish....
22 July 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Monitoring for Avian Flu Now Year-Round
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea will start monitoring wild birds and poultry farms for bird flu year-round....
12 May 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Another Bout of Bird Flu Confirmed in Capital
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - Another outbreak of the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu was, on Sunday, confirmed in the capital city of Seoul. ...
21 April 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South S. Korea Confirms its Twenty Fifth Outbreak
SOUTH KOREA - On Saturday the South Korean government confirmed yet another outbreak of the H5N1 strain of bird flu. Since late March they have now confirmed 25 outbreaks across the country. In response the government recently upgraded the alert status...
17 April 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South 3 Million Culled in Race Against Bird Flu
SOUTH KOREA - The South Korean government today announced that nearly 3 million chicken and ducks have died or been culled as a result of bird flu outbreaks throughout the country....
10 April 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Another Day Another Outbreak
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - Yesterday the South Korean government announced that a further six farms had been hit with bird flu outbreaks in the southwestern provinces. ...
07 April 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South H5N1 Hits South Korean Duck Farm
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - The South Korean government confirmed today that a virulent bird flu strain killing ducks at a farm in the southwestern city of Jeongup was identified as H5N1 strain of avian influenza. ...
04 April 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South South Korea Confirms Bird Flu Trouble
SEOUL, S. KOREA - The South Korean government has confirmed that a farm in the southwestern region of Gimje has been struck by bird flu....
29 February 2008
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Binders Could Improve Viability of Cheap Starch
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea's feed industry is feeling the pressure of high cereal prices and short supplies. Some mills are expecting to run out of wheat in the next few months and are considering using alternative raw materials, such as Manioc. ...
07 November 2007
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South South Korean Chicken Farm In North Korean Territory
KOREA - A South Korean food company said Tuesday it will start building a chicken farm in North Korea later this year as part of its efforts to produce chickens using the North's cheap labor....
01 November 2007
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Big Dutchman's Efficient, Effective Dry-Type Dust Filter
SOUTH KOREA - StuffNix now also installed in South Korea...
24 August 2007
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Chicken Processor Plans to Open Poultry Farms In NK
SOUTH KOREA - Maniker Co., a South Korean food maker, said Friday its executives will visit North Korea next month to finalize the company's project to set up chicken farms there. ...
23 August 2007
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Safety Standards Keep Fresh Chicken At Bay
SOUTH KOREA - Commissary shoppers in South Korea are still asking: "Where’s the fresh chicken?" as the Defense Commissary Agency continues to stock and sell only those products that come from DoD-approved sources....
07 May 2007
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South FTA with EU to hurt S. Korea's meat, dairy sectors: report
SEOUL - A free trade pact with the European Union (EU) is expected to hurt South Korea's alcoholic beverage, meat and dairy sectors, a report said Monday. ...
26 February 2007
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Agricultural exports forecast to grow 6.3 pct
SEOUL - South Korea aims to export US$2.45 billion worth of agricultural and forestry goods this year, up 6.3 percent from last year, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry said. ...
27 December 2006
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Authorities looking into deaths of chickens in Asan
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea's animal quarantine authorities said Tuesday that they are looking into the sudden death of 6,000 chickens from a farm in Asan ....
26 December 2006
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South S. Korea kills thousands of pigs, chickens to stem spread of bird flu
SOUTH KOREA - South Korean quarantine authorities said Sunday they have culled an additional 4,000 pigs and 2,000 chickens to prevent the spread of bird flu....
25 December 2006
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Newcastle Disease Found in Chonan, S. Korea
SOUTH KOREA - Newcastle disease, a fatal poultry infection, has been found in Chonan, South Chungchong Province, just 4 kilometers from Asan, the site for the latest outbreak of the highly pathogenic avian influenza, officials said Monday. ...
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