Information on global poultry, pig and animal feed markets.


Animal Nutrition Views

Terrence OKeefe

Food Safety and Processing Perspective

How can you get a millennial to change their mind?

Millennial consumers are said to care about different things than their parents did, but one expert says he can demonstrate how to change their opinions.
You have likely heard a statement like, “Millennials care where their food comes from.” I have always been skeptical of broad statements like this.
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All Things Poultry

Poultry producers grapple with antibiotics issue

Managing microbial threats, antibiotic stewardship and consumer expectations in animal production is the U.S. poultry industry’s toughest challenge in decades.
Antibiotic use in poultry, consumer responses and disruptions in the food supply chain were hot topics at the Midwest Poultry Federation Convention.
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Animal Feed for Thought

Mark Clements_90x90

Poultry Around the World

Chicks, ducklings to help solve obesity?

Broiler chicks and ducklings to help improve health in one of the world’s most obese nations.
Encouraging broiler and duck production may help to tackle Tonga's health issues. Government distributes free chicks and ducklings, offers subsidized feed.
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Latin America Poultry at a Glance

Roy Graber

Animal Agribusiness Angle

Fast-food chain rejects ‘antibiotic-free’ chicken label

Executive with Hardee's and Carl's Jr. says there is a difference between 'antibiotic free' and 'no antibiotics ever'
I’ve grown accustomed to paying close attention to the exact phrasing in press releases whenever a restaurant company announces a change regarding things such as antibiotic use, cages in egg production and slower-growing broiler chickens.
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Vistazo avícola latinoamericano

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Avicultura latina al día

Carne fraca: lecciones de un escándalo en desarrollo

Luego de la histeria de la última semana, parece que arriba la deseable sensatez al mercado global de la carne aviar. Y hay varios ganadores, incluidos los mismos brasileños.
Lo que parecía un tiro en propio pie, podría terminar consolidando a los brasileños en el lugar donde han estado en los últimos años por sus mismos méritos: los “mais grandes” exportadores de carne en el mundo (y en lo que nos atañe, en el pollo).
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