Citric acid enhances the palatability of feed and improves phosphorus digestibility
Will South Africa continue to receive preferential trade benefits under the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) even while the nation imposes anti-dumping duties on imports of U.S. chicken?
Use of vegetative screens comprised of native plant species can produce five positive effects on poultry farms and help lessen your farm's environmental impact.
The debate around restricting and refining antibiotic use in livestock production continues apace, but the poultry industry has already made significant strides in this direction and continues to do so.
Consensus at Biomin’s World Nutrition Forum: sustainability is key and the poultry sector’s future is bright
A better understanding of how superdosing works is the key to improved implementation and results
Survey, thought to be first of its kind, reveals the how, what and where of Chinese chicken purchases
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University of Georgia is testing to see if a fabric transpired solar collector can provide a cost-effective supplement to propane stoves for heating poultry houses.
Electrolytes, dietary electrolyte balance and salts in broilers: an updated review on growth performance, water intake and litter quality
High-fiber poultry diets improve the bird’s health and welfare
French poultry production declined in the first quarter of 2014, yet the country’s consumption of poultry meat continues upwards
Quality defects in processed poultry cost millions of dollars annually. For corrective action, it is important to identify and track the types and causes of quality defects in processed poultry.
Poultry production may already have made great strides on the road to sustainability, but all sectors need to do more if livestock production is to have a healthy future.
With the December 2014 issue Poultry Perspective column, Dr. Paul Aho bids farewell to readers.
UK-based Noble Foods has partnered with the Arkansas Egg Company to bring its successful welfare-based brand to U.S. consumers.
The European poultry industry continues to expand, but high production costs put its position at risk
Poultry meat will account for more than 28 million metric tons by 2023, overtaking pig meat’s share.
An estimated 311.8 million metric tons of meat will be produced worldwide in 2014 at the same time growth marks slowest pace in past 20 years.
A growing population will demand more poultry meat and eggs, while producers will be challenged with controlling disease among flocks and managing elevated input costs.
French trade show SPACE has been recognizing innovative products for almost two decades, and this year was no exception with a strong showing for the poultry sector.
With egg companies from the U.S., Mexico and Brazil all in the top 25, 20 'new world' egg producers rank among the world’s 26 largest.
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