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Poultry Breeding & Genetics

Analysis: Lessons learned from EU avian flu outbreaks

Why weren’t the highly pathogenic avian flu outbreaks in the UK, Germany and the Netherlands of the past couple of years more widespread?
Freezing movement of poultry and eggs and rapid culling of infected flocks in the EU helped limit the spread of avian flu. Can the U.S. learn from this? 
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Potter's Poultry appoints two new members to its team

Richard Beevis and Dave Clegg are managers in the company's Equipment Division
Two new appointments to Potter's Poultry Equipment Division reflect the company’s commitment to providing truly national and international coverage to its customer base.
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Ross 140 Club launched in Finland

An awards event honored five hatching egg producers who have reached or exceeded the target of 140 chicks or more
The Ross 140 Club, established by Aviagen SweChick Ab in 2012, recently welcomed its first members in Finland.
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Aviagen marks five years of growth in Russia

Its Yasnogorsk hatchery has seen constant growth and will continue expanding to keep up with demand
The recent VIV Russia Exhibition proved to be the perfect opportunity for Aviagen® LLC to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the opening of the Yasnogorsk hatchery which has seen year-on-year growth and now has over 60 Russian customers.
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Aviagen TSM School focuses on understanding customers' needs

CEO Jan Henriksen addressed “Why Aviagen invests in Technical Service”
Scotland hosted the third annual Aviagen® Technical Service Managers’ (TSM) School in June with Aviagen staff from Europe, The Americas, India and North Africa all attending the week-long training course.
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