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24 January 2014
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Korea Confirms Detection of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza
SOUTH KOREA - The Korean government is in the midst of trying to contain the spread of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI, H5N8 type) among its poultry farms. ...
17 January 2014
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South South Korea Reports Possible Bird Flu Outbreak
SOUTH KOREA - Provincial quarantine authorities began culling more than 20,000 poultry after a preliminary test indicated a possible outbreak of avian influenza (AI), with the agriculture ministry saying it may be of a highly pathogenic strain....
11 December 2013
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Korean Research Adds to Understanding of Duck Circovirus
SOUTH KOREA - Genotype 1 is the predominant type of duck circovirus circulating in South Korea, according to a new study. ...
10 December 2013
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Causes of Runting-stunting Syndrome in Chickens Remain Elusive
SOUTH KOREA - Researchers in Chungbuk found a number of viruses present in broiler on farms with a history of enteritis resulting in runting-stunting syndrome, with half the farms having at least two of the viruses present. ...
26 September 2013
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South South Korea Aims to Double Farm Exports by 2017
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea will work to double its outbound shipments of farm and fisheries products to US$16 billion in just five years, according to the agriculture ministry....
20 August 2013
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Ag Ministry Launches Special Inspections for Avian Influenza
SOUTH KOREA - In order to prevent the recurrence of foot-and-mouth disease and avian influenza, the Korean Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs is carrying out special inspections....
07 August 2013
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Egg Drop Syndrome Virus Prevalent in South Korean Ducks
SOUTH KOREA - New research has revealed the the virus causing Egg Drop Syndrome (EDS) is highly prevalent in wild and domestic ducks in South Korea. Strains varied their ability to infect chickens....
13 May 2013
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Conference Reassures Korean Customers of US Partnership
SOUTH KOREA - "The American agricultural system is astounding. We will overproduce again, you can bank on it," said Kelly Davis of the Renewable Fuels Association. During his presentation at a US Grains Council organized conference in South Korea, Davis...
23 April 2013
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Import Price Hike for Agricultural Products in March
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea's import prices of agricultural, livestock and fishery products rose slightly in March from a year earlier, a customs agency report showed....
25 March 2013
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South South Korea's Price-driven Market Ready to Rebound
SOUTH KOREA - US Grains Council's talks with major South Korean importers send one message loud and clear: Korea has a strong preference for US corn provided that it is competitively priced. ...
12 December 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South South Korea's Agricultural Exports Rise
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea's exports of food and agricultural products increased 7.9 per cent in November as the result of growing shipments to Russia and Asian countries, according to the government....
18 October 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Decline in Prices of Imported Foods
SOUTH KOREA - Prices of imported farm goods in South Korea declined 7.5 per cent last month despite concerns that extreme weather conditions would bring about price hikes, customs office data showed. Chicken prices showed an upward trend, however. ...
18 September 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Seoul to Step up Bird Flu Prevention Efforts
SOUTH KOREA - Korea will begin monitoring all its ports of entry to intercept any possible inflow of avian influenza (AI), the government has announced....
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Salmonella Prevalence Varies in South Korean Chicken
SOUTH KOREA - Around 22 per cent of more than 200 chicken samples obtained in Seoul were positive for Salmonella. Prevalence and antimicrobial resistance profiles varied between chicken brands, according to new research....
08 August 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Record Heat Wave Kills Over 830,000 Farm Animals
SOUTH KOREA - Hundreds of thousands of animals have died in South Korea, the government said Wednesday, due to a heat wave that is heading for a three-week streak....
07 August 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Heat Wave in South Korea Kills More Than 341,000 Birds
SOUTH KOREA - A heat wave has killed more than 341,000 chickens and ducks across South Korea since July, an agriculture official said Monday (6 August)....
31 May 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Labeling for Pork & Chicken to Start Soon
SOUTH KOREA - Place-of-origin labeling is now compulsory for pork, chicken and kimchi. It already applies to rice and beef. Meat processors and sellers are required to issue receipts identifying the place of origin....
30 May 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Chicken Prices Soar as Summer Starts
SOUTH KOREA - Chicken prices are rising as amid growing demand over the long weekend of the Buddha's birthday and fears over imported beef after an outbreak of mad cow disease in the US in late April....
14 May 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Ceva Asia Pacific holds 1st Hatchery Vaccination Summit
SOUTH KOREA - Ceva Animal Health Asia Pacific held the first “Hatchery Vaccination Summit Asia - The Future is Today” on Jeju Island, South Korea from 26-17 April 2012. The conference attracted more than 150 professionals from 10 different Asian...
03 May 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Seoul to Limit Fallout of China FTA on Farm Sector
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea will draw up safeguard measures to minimise the fallout of a free trade agreement (FTA) with China on its farming sector, the Seoul government said....
04 April 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Farm, Food Export Jump in First Quarter
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea’s food and agriculture exports rose more than 11 per cent on-year in the first quarter of 2012 on solid demand in the United States, Japan and China, the government said Tuesday. ...
12 March 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South S Korea Reports Avian Influenza Case
SOUTH KOREA - Forty-five chickens died in a poultry farm in South Chungcheong province and an initial test with symptoms showed positive results, said the South Korean government on Monday....
06 March 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Seoul Bans Poultry Imports from Taiwan Following AI Outbreak
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea has banned imports of all poultry products, including live birds, from Taiwan following the latter's announcement last week of an outbreak of a highly pathogenic strain of avian influenza (AI)....
19 January 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Minister Urges Greater Efforts to Boost Farm Exports
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea's agriculture minister on Thursday urged increased efforts to boost the country's food and agricultural exports, stating the country's free trade agreement (FTA) with the United States will offer new opportunities....
09 January 2012
Poultry Industry News from Korea, South Good Attendance at Ross/San Hwa Seminar
SOUTH KOREA - Excellent attendance and participation was experienced at the recent Sam Hwa and Ross hosted seminar at Duck San Spa Castle Resorts, located in the central west region of South Korea where Sam Hwa is a long standing Ross distributor....
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