Information on global poultry, pig and animal feed markets.

Animal Agriculture Infographics

Animal agriculture statistics and trends covering the poultry, pig and animal feed industries turned into sharable infographics to show how producers and farmers feed a growing world population.


Infographic: GAP broiler standard commitments

List of foodservice and restaurant companies pledging to source broilers raised according to Global Animal Partnership standards growing
Companies in the restaurant and foodservice sectors are increasingly changing their policies concerning the sourcing of broiler chickens, making pledges to source only slower-growing broiler breeds that are raised according to the Global Animal Partnership (GAP) standards.
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Infographic: Biomin’s World Mycotoxin Survey

More than three-quarters of samples contained more than one mycotoxin
For its World Mycotoxin Survey for the first quarter of 2017, Biomin conducted more than 14,000 analyses on 3,715 finished feed and raw commodity samples from 54 countries from January to March 2017.
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Explore 100 years of WATT publications

Infographic illustrates a century of WATT Global Media history
Throughout 2017, WATT Global Media is celebrating 100 years serving professionals working in global poultry production and processing, and the animal agriculture industry.
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Infographic: How to prevent avian influenza

Follow the FLU method to prevent the spread of disease on your farm
With the recent outbreak of avian influenza in the southeastern region of the United States, poultry producers are again urged to be vigilant to prevent the spread of disease.
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Infographic: US poultry production to increase in 2017

USDA projects production of broilers, turkeys and eggs to continue to climb
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is projecting production of broilers, turkeys and eggs to rise in 2017, according to estimates in its most recent World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report, issued on January 12.
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