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Editor’s note: This is Part I of a three-part series on sustainability. Part I establishes what sustainability means, while future articles will highlight how feed, ingredient, and supplier companies, along with, poultry and livestock producers can profit from sustainable practices.

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Positive signs for 2010

Much needed profitability expected to return by midyear, if not before.
Much needed profitability expected to return by midyear, if not before.
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H1N1 has hurt feed industry, too

Mexico’s inventory has dropped by 20%, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Mexico’s inventory has dropped by 20%, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel.
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Invest in common sense biosecurity precautions

Your biggest threats could be from the inside of your operation.
Invest in common sense biosecurity precautions Your biggest threats could be from the inside of your operation. By Ed Clark Are feed mills and grain handling facilities likely to be a major terrorist threat? “Probably not,” says Dr. Leland McKinney, extension state leader,  Departme
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Profits from sustainability

Part I: Views differ on one definition, but all agree to be sustainable, you must first be profitable.
Part I: Views differ on one definition, but all agree to be sustainable, you must first be profitable.
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