Global poultry trade and poultry prices are expected to remain under pressure for the remainder of this year due to the challenges posed by avian influenza. The long-term impact may be significant due to several trade bans on breeding stock in importing countries.
Growth in global poultry production is forecast to be “limited” this year, reports the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Food Outlook published this month, with output rising by only 1.4 percent to 111.8 million tones, half the 3 percent trend observed over the last decade.
Webinar will dig deeper into some of the issues surrounding H5N8 and H5N2 viruses
May 15, 2015
Register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6265457426239769858?linknumber=website to attend “Avian influenza: Control efforts and trade impacts,” a webinar sponsored by Zoetis and presented by WATT Global Media. The webinar will be held Wednesday, June 10, 2015, at 9 a.m. Central.
The World Organisation for Animal Health offers rules to ensure that trade does not spread animal diseases and that trade continues where a disease poses no threat. Avian influenza is included in those rules.
Feed survey reveals diverse feelings regarding impact of geopolitical issues In the mix United States most optimistic of all regions surveyed By Jackie Roembke In this year’s Nutrition & Feed Survey , WATT’s editorsposed the question: How will the current global political outlook impac