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Brunei ministry calls for aquaculture investors

Country seeks self-sufficiency in aquaculture sector, as well as more potential for exports
With an eye on the opportunities offered by the further development of the aquaculture sector, the government of the Southeast Asian island nation of Brunei Darussalam is hoping to attract new investors.
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What drives millennials in the workplace?

Find out how hiring managers, young recruits can work well together
What millennials want most out of their careers is a sense of purpose and meaning. This is important for hiring managers to remember when working with young recruits.
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How can feed mill managers find, retain good drivers?

Good hiring practices, communication key to a solid workforce
Although it is harder now than it was 25 years ago for feed mills to find drivers to haul their feed to farms, there are several ways feed mill managers can find and retain good drivers, according to three industry veterans.
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5 regulatory issues affecting feed mill managers in 2019

Find out how activities in Washington can affect the feed manufacturing industry
Several regulatory issues will affect feed mill managers throughout the remainder of 2019, according to Paul Davis, director of quality, animal food safety and education for the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA). Davis spoke Tuesday at the USPOULTRY Feed Mill Management Seminar in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Slower-growing broiler company Cooks Venture formed

Former Blue Apron executive is founder of company that will produce and process GAP-certified chicken
A new company has formed that will specialize in the production and processing of pasture-raised, slow-growth chickens that are third-party verified through the Global Animal Partnership (GAP) Step 4 program.
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WH Group profit drops 4 percent in 2018

Company cites global trade situation, ASF situation as challenges for 2018
Citing challenges with the global trade situation and African swine fever (ASF) outbreaks, China’s WH Group reported a 4 percent drop in profit, but a 1 percent increase in revenue for 2018.
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