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Blog Profile / World Poultry

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Typhoon causes tight chicken supply in Philippines

Typhoon Glenda has caused a tight supply of chicken meat in Metro Manila, the Philippines, although agriculture officials are maintaining that there is no production shortage.

How poultry management and equipment influence results

Results of poultry can be influenced by management. Farmers can adjust their management according to the performance of the animals on a daily base. The only important thing is knowing which factors are responsible for the results of poultry.

Evrodon to triple turkey production by 2016

Russia’s largest turkey producer, the agricultural company Evrodon, plans to increase the production of turkey meat by more than three times by 2016, according to representatives of the company.

Cherkizovo expects no deficit following Russian food ban

Following the approval of Russia’s ‘measures aimed at ensuring security of the Russian Federation’, the country’s leading meat producer Cherkizovo Group has clarified it’s vision of the situation.

BBSRC fights animal diseases with vaccinology network

BBSRC has funded a new multidisciplinary network of veterinary vaccinology experts to help in the fight against animal diseases, some of which have the potential to spread to humans.

Strike could prompt meat scarcity in UK supermarkets

UK supermarket shelves could be void of poultry meat, pork and red meat, if a planned strike by meat hygiene inspectors goes ahead, trade union Unison has warned.

Russia: Cherkizovsky rebrands to form company synergy

Cherkizovo Group’s flagship brand in meat processing, Cherkizovsky, has received an updated name and logo as of August 2014.

Chore-Time holds sales meeting for Asian distributors

US poultry equipment manufacturer, Chore-Time, hosted a regional sales meeting in Bali, Indonesia, in June for Asian distributors of its poultry and egg production systems.

FDA reports positive trends in antimicrobial resistance

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released its National Antimicrobial Resistance Monitoring System (NARMS) 2011 Executive Report, showing mostly decreasing antimicrobial resistance trends.

Implications of Russian ban on UK poultry exports

The UK poultry industry has outlined the implications of Russia banning imports from the EU and other Western countries in response to sanctions made on the country.

Brazilian poultry exports capitalise on Russian sanctions

Brazil will supply Russia with 150,000 of poultry meat this year, which is more than double the usual amount and will make Brazil the largest supplier on the Russian market, according to the estimations of the Brazilian Poultry Association (UBABEF).

USDA: Mexico to be the world's largest poultry importer

Next year Mexico will become the largest poultry importer in the world, surpassing Japan, according to projections from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

UK agency to deal with spread of animal diseases

A combined agency in the UK will start work this autumn to ensure the government is better equipped to prevent the spread of animal and plant diseases.

VIV China & VICS team for China Livestock Industry Week

The China International Livestock Industry Week in Beijing, from 20 – 25 September 2014 will feature a week of events relating to the upgrading of animal protein production systems and knowledge. The industry will be on full display in the VIV China International Summit (VICS), followed by VIV China 2014.

UAE’s Al-Semman Farms chooses EMKA Incubators

Al-Semman Farms, a high-tech, professionally managed quail farm and processing plant located in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates, has completed construction of a new facility.

US turkey producers protected by propane legislation

The US’s National Turkey Federation (NTF) along with state, regional and federal leaders have been working since last winter with top senators to provide solutions to ensure adequate cold-weather propane supplies.

Opposition to US poultry imports grows in India

Opposition to a proposal by India’s External Affairs Ministry to allow duty-free import of chicken legs from the US is growing, with an increasing number of poultry farmers protesting the move.

Foodmate develops dark meat deboning system

To meet the needs of the fast-growing dark meat market in the United States as well as in foreign markets, Foodmate has developed the OPTI-LTD Dark Meat Deboning System to supply various segments of the market with different boneless dark meat products.

‘Egg a day’ program expands in Africa and Haiti

Cobb-Vantress and Tyson Foods are supporting projects seeking to reduce extreme poverty in Africa, working with impoverished communities, national and local governments and partner organisations to help transform people’s lives.

Avangardco's egg production stays strong despite crisis

Avangardco, the largest producer of shell eggs and egg products in Ukraine and number one producer in Eurasia has announced a positive trading update for the first six months of 2014.

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