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Effective ventilation key to Cobb500 development

Effective ventilation plays a key role in the health and performance of broiler flocks. Nigel Strain, Cobb senior regional technical manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), recently demonstrated proper ventilation techniques to Lezita, one of the leading poultry integrators in Turkey.
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Nutriad presents at Asian technology and nutrition conference

Multinational feed additives producer Nutriad participated in the South-East Asia Feed Technology & Animal Nutrition Conference 2018 that took place from May 28-June 1 in Phuket, Thailand. Belgium headquartered Nutriad was a platinum sponsor of the event organized by the U.S. Soybean Export Council and contributed with two technical presentations on the latest trends in Mycotoxin Management and Salmonella prevention.
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Nutriad starts distribution in Japan

Company becomes the first European producer to introduce sodium butyrate portfolio into Japanese market
Multinational specialty feed additives producer Nutriad has reached an agreement with Watanabe Chemicals to distribute its products in Japan.
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Special report

World Feed Panorama 2018: Volumes up despite challenges

Global compound feed production increased nearly 2 percent in 2017, overcoming disease outbreaks in the poultry and pig sectors.
In its 27th year, the World Feed Panorama survey tracks 2017 global compound feed production and compares these volumes against historical data to highlight industry trends.
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De Heus opens second production site in Myanmar

Facility called the most sustainable animal feed production site in the country
De Heus Myanmar has opened its second production site in Myanmar. This modern production facility will enable De Heus to strengthen its market position and help professionalize agriculture in the region.
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Taiwan reports more avian flu outbreaks in poultry

Meat ducks and native chickens affected by virus
Based on official reports, the only state to report new cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) officially is Taiwan, while the low-pathogenic disease has been confirmed at commercial poultry enterprises in Russia’s Far East region, and in Sweden.
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