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FIPPPA showcases Latin American animal protein industry

The first edition of the 3 day event FIPPPA in Curitiba Brazil, a partnership between existing fairs Avesui and Tecno food Brazil, highlighted the importance of animal protein production in Latin America. World Poultry went to Brazil to join the experience.

New Russian hatchery delivers first Cobb chicks

The new hatchery developed by Akashevo to provide four million Cobb500 parent stock / year in Russia has made its first delivery of chicks to Vasilievskaya, part of the Cherkizovo group.

Papua New Guinea bans Australian poultry imports

Papua New Guinea has initiated an overnight ban on all imports of Australian raw poultry citing the fact that the meat poses a health risk to consumers.

"South Africa accountable for blocking US chicken"

The United States Senate Committee on Finance have approved unanimously by voice vote language that would put pressure on South Africa to remove unfair limits on American chicken imports.

Russia reports poultry and eggs production growth

Russia has produced 1.33 million tonnes of poultry meat in live weight in the first quarter of 2015, which is 11.4% or 151,200 tonnes more than during the same period of 2014.

Impex launches brand new website

Supplier of drinking systems and accessories for poultry and pig farming, Impex has recently launched a new website to better support their clients. The website is built with a responsive web design to ensure optimal display of the website, also on a smartphone and tablet.

Tyson Foods to eliminate antibiotic use in broilers

US food producer Tyson Foods has announced that it will strive to eliminate the use of human antibiotics from its US broiler chicken flocks by the end of September 2017.

UK: Poultry sector at risk of food fraud

The poultry sector faces an increased risk of food fraud, which could cost individual businesses dearly and damage the reputation for all.

Research: Detecting Salmonella in poultry processing

Recently completed research are the University of Arkansas successfully developed a rapid detection assay for Salmonella that can be used in poultry processing plants

Avian influenza prompts state of emergency in Minnesota

On Thursday April 23rd the governor of Minnesota, Mark Dayton, issued an emergency order declaring a peacetime ‘State of Emergency’ in an effort to combat the H5N2 avian influenza (AI) outbreaks.

3rd International poultry meat congress gets underway

The International Poultry Meat Congress organised by the Turkish Poultry Meat Producers and Breeders Association (BESD-B?R) has gotten underway in Antalya, Turkey.

Valuable insights during broiler breeder webinar

Missed the webinar... World Poultry would like to give her readers another opportunity to gain some valuable insights on broiler breeding

Russia bans Canadian poultry over AI fears

Russian veterinary watchdog Rosselhoznadzor has placed temporary restrictions on the import of live poultry and poultry products from Oxford County in Canada because of concerns over avian influenza, says the official report of the veterinary body.

HPAI strikes large Iowa complex

The USDA-APHIS announced on April 20th that H5N2 avian influenza virus was isolated from flocks at Sunrise Farm located near Harris, in Osceola County, Northwest Iowa.

Expert list for broiler breeder webinar grows

John Cooper, poultry technical manager, Alltech UK will join webinar.

2nd case of AI in Ontario found on broiler breeder farm

Preliminary testing by the Province of Ontario has confirmed the presence of H5 avian influenza on a second farm in Oxford County, Ontario. The farm is a broiler breeder chicken farm.

Agromars closes giant poultry farm in Ukraine

Agromars, the second largest producer of poultry in Ukraine, closed its “Kurgansky Broiler” poultry farm, which was one of the largest producers of poultry and eggs in the Kharkiv Oblast, in the eastern part of the country,

New! App version of World Poultry

Reading the latest World Poultry magazine on your smartphone or tablet is now possible. We proudly present our World Poultry App, for both Android and iOS. It is free and gives you the possibility to read poultry related articles wherever you are.

French chicken company records second loss

The French chicken processor Duc has recorded a loss of €3.74 million over 2014. In 2013, the loss amounted to €5.17 million.

China files WTO complaint about EU poultry tariffs

China has filed a complaint to the World Trade Organization against the European Union, over high poultry tariffs.

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