News and analysis on the global poultry
and animal feed industries.
Mark Clements

Mark Clements

Mark Clements is the editor of Poultry International. To contact Clements, email


Take a step inside The Egg House!

Pop up The Egg House is offering New Yorkers an escape from the city and instagrammable photo opportunities.
A temporary exhibition in New York is themed around eggs, and offers visitors fun and escapism themed around a fictional egg.
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Better cuticles may make for better eggs

Cuticles are under the microscope at the Roslin Institute, where a research team is looking is hoping to improve their protective capacity
Research work into cuticle quality could lead to egg shells offering better protection, benefiting food safety and hatching chicks.
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IEC conference offers positive outlook for egg industry

From a healthy market, to new member products and services, delegates at the latest IEC Business Conference had much to take in.
The International Egg Commission's Business Conference offered delegates not only market insight but tools and strategies to keep egg production aligned with a changing world.
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Mixed prospects for Middle East’s poultry sector

Disease issues remain challenging for the region’s poultry producers, but social media is opening access to new consumers.
Newcastle disease and avian influenza weigh heavy on the Middle East and Africa poultry industry, but social media is offering a cheap route to engage consumers.
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Can poultry survive the rise of alternative proteins?

The sci-fi food of the future may not be so very far away. How can chicken and other meat producers thrive faced with this potentially efficient and nutritious alternative?
Lab grown meat and other alternatives present threats to chicken and other meat producers, but they may also offer opportunities.
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