News and analysis on the global poultry
and animal feed industries.
Terry Evans

Terry Evans

Terry Evans, Sutton Coldfield, UK

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World poultry output up, but trade falls

Despite a difficult market, overall poultry production will rise this year. Trade will not fare so well, however.
Despite a difficult market, overall poultry production will rise this year. Trade will not fare so well, however.
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Global recession hitting demand, output and trade

How will the poultry industries fare during the global financial crisis? Watt’s Executive Guide to World Poultry Trends offers some answers.
How will the poultry industries fare during the global financial crisis? Watt’s Executive Guide to World Poultry Trends offers some answers.
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IEC offers a healthy outlook

Improving customer service and perception were high on the agenda at this year's IEC marketing conference.
Improving customer service and perception were high on the agenda at this year's IEC marketing conference.
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IEC 2007 award winners

Award winners honoured at the 2007 annual meeting of the International Egg Commission were Morton Ernst, Krystyna Karkoszka, Andrew Joret and James Kellaway.
Award winners honoured at the 2007 annual meeting of the International Egg Commission were Morton Ernst, Krystyna Karkoszka, Andrew Joret and James Kellaway.
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Avian influenza cuts world growth estimates

Latest data released by FAO indicate that during 2006, the expansion in chickenmeat output was almost 60% below what was anticipated, while the figure for eggs was around 40% lower.
Latest data released by FAO indicate that during 2006, the expansion in chickenmeat output was almost 60% below what was anticipated, while the figure for eggs was around 40% lower.
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Changing fortunes of the EU poultry industry

The European Union industries have staged a remarkable recovery following the avian influenza outbreaks since late 2005 despite slow growth.
The European Union industries have staged a remarkable recovery following the avian influenza outbreaks since late 2005 despite slow growth.
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