The Poultry Confidence Index’s Overall Index now stands at 146.8 (1996=100), down from 156.3 in Q2 2014.
Feed additive producers are researching ways to help poultry producers deal with the challenges of using high-fiber raw materials
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Coalition for a Sustainable Egg Supply research and other studies looking at cage-free and enriched colony housing for hens investigate welfare, food safety and bird performance impacts.
Lower than expected demand for meat is a possibility to be acknowledged in planning for the future.
The U.S. poultry industry needs to get more engaged with consumers, said a panel of experts who discussed the challenge of building consumer trust.
Feed Production Workshop, integration with feed manufacturers will add to experience
Improved understanding of xylanase type and dose rate could lead to consistently higher returns
Consumers are eating more chicken in 2014 and say they plan to eat even more in the next 12 months in the National Chicken Council survey.
Event to take place September 20-21, 2014, at the Kuntai Hotel in Beijing
It is 20 years since the North American Free Trade Agreement was signed, and Mexico’s poultry meat and egg production have grown significantly – but so have imports.
Imports and input prices may be off their recent highs, but South Africa’s poultry market still has a long way to go to return to good times of mid-last decade.
Various sectors of the poultry industry have been contributing strongly to animal welfare, nationally and as part of international standard setting, and are continuing to do so.
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Steady poultry production growth, high chicken processing throughput and community service are hallmarks of this 100-year-old company.
Critical focus areas for future agriculture research are food security, ‘one health’ and stewardship.
Producers, veterinarians and nutritionists agree that antibiotic-free broiler production in the U.S. will place greater emphasis on farm management and nutrition.
Study shows the translocation of Salmonella typhimurium to the thymus, liver/gallbladder and spleen following oral and intracloacal inoculation of day-old chicks.
Low input costs would be cause enough for celebration, but when combined with a shortage of competing meats it creates the best of all possible worlds.
The U.S. poultry industry must step up its game to remain competitive in hiring bright, young, technologically savvy future leaders.
The U.S. poultry industry’s Overall Confidence Index has only been higher once, back in 1996, while the Expectations Index breached a new summit this quarter.
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