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UK poultry producer, 2 Sisters Food Group, has launched a partnering project with 2degrees, the global collaboration platform for sustainable business, to gather views on its new sustainability plan.
Beijing Dafa Chia Tai (Part of the CP Food Group) and Marel Stork Poultry Processing signed an agreement for Marel Stork to supply a highly automated secondary processing solution to one of the company’s high capacity poultry processing plants in China.
The outlook for the poultry industry is improving, driven by better market balances, ongoing high competitive protein prices, and lower grain costs, according to a report by Rabobank.
Danish animal nutrition company Hamlet Protein will address the question of how to feed newly hatched chicks at the upcoming edition of Eurotier, in Hanover, Germany.
Van Aarsen Romania, who supplies feed mill equipment in Romania, has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with HatchTech for their products including HatchBrood and HatchTraveller.
A range of mounted and trailed mist sprayers that claims to improve the speed and effectiveness of poultry shed disinfection routines is now available in the UK from Kuhn Farm Machinery.
US egg producer, Cal-Maine Foods, has reported increased sales in the first quarter of fiscal 2015 ended August 30, 2014.
To help secure the renewal of the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa), South African poultry producers are considering granting concessions on the access of US chickens into the local market.
BioResource International, Inc. (BRI), a global biotechnology company specialising in cost effective enzyme solutions for animal nutrition, has signed a marketing agreement with Jubilant Life Sciences, an integrated pharmaceutical and life sciences company, for marketing and distribution of selected feed enzyme products in South Asia.
Russian agricultural holding White Bird has completed the acquisition of the assets of the bankrupt poultry producer, Optifood, according to the vice-governor of the Rostov Oblast, Sergey Gorban.
A study carried out in the UK tested the effect of a direct fed microbial (DFM) on the performance of broilers compared to an antibiotic growth promoter under large scale, commercial production settings.
The majority of small- and medium-scale Pakistani industries remain tied to traditional methodology and that includes the poultry sector but a turnaround could be expected.
The 28th edition of the annual French agricultural trade show surpassed last year’s figures with regard to exhibitors and visitors.
Indoor broilers and caged laying hens are being highlighted by UK animal welfare organisation, RSPCA, as part of its Farm Animal Week – a campaign designed to draw attention to intensive farming, while raising funds for the society’s coffers.
Brazilian meat producer, BRF, has appointed Pedro Faria as the company’s global CEO, with effect from January 1st.
The Humane Slaughter Association (HSA) is now inviting applications for its prestigious 2015 Humane Slaughter Award for significant advances in the humane slaughter of farmed livestock.
World Poultry number 8 is available online now and pays special attention to patterns and dynamics in the global egg processing business. But not just that…
Ukrainian agricultural company Avangard is going to launch the first supplies of eggs to the European Union (EU) in the second half of 2014, according to the press-service of the company.
World Egg Day on 10th October 2014 is a day to celebrate eggs and all they are doing to help eliminate hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition.
The Free Competition Defense Court of Chile (TDLC) is to penalise companies Agrosuper S.A, Ariztía S.A and Don Pollo Limited, with fines accumulating US$60 million for collusion.