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H5N1 AI unlikely to hit U.S.

The odds are "very, very, very slim" of high path AI reaching the United States, agrees John Brown.
H5N1 AI unlikely to hit U.S. The odds are "very, very, very slim" of high path AI reaching the United States, agrees John Brown. By Ed Clark The highly pathogenic Avian Influenza (AI) strain that has caused so much havoc in Asia and Africa in recent years is unlikely to hit the Western
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2008: Lower prices than ’07, but still a good year

The record prices of 2007 are likely to spur investment in facilities and producers may wish to increase their houses to full capacity.
The record prices of 2007 are likely to spur investment in facilities and producers may wish to increase their houses to full capacity.
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Export picture keeps getting better

Exports of eggs and egg products continue to have a strong year in 2007, which is one more reason why the year is such a strong one for producer bottom lines.
Exports of eggs and egg products continue to have a strong year in 2007, which is one more reason why the year is such a strong one for producer bottom lines.
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Major changes in global egg production

Growth in China, India, and Mexico illustrates how rapidly the developing world is gaining egg production market share over the developed world.
Growth in China, India, and Mexico illustrates how rapidly the developing world is gaining egg production market share over the developed world.
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2007 shaping up to be strong year for profits

At the time of year when producers typically lose money, they were showing strong profits, even with high feed costs.
At the time of year when producers typically lose money, they were showing strong profits, even with high feed costs.
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