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Indian River and TIGERChicks hold seminars in Zambia

TIGERChicks teamed up with Indian River to host broiler farmers during two educational seminars in Lusaka and Livings tone in Zambia earlier this year. The seminars were designed to provide further information and support on broiler management and help to develop the local farmer’s knowledge and efficiency in growing broilers.
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Aviagen welcomes customers to Hatchery Module of Europe, MidEast & Africa

Combining lectures with practical learning, the 2018 school debuted its first incubator-building activity
Aviagen hosted its 2018 Hatchery and Incubation Management Module of the Production Management School for Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA) during April 20-27 in Budapest, Hungary. Combining theory with hands-on learning, the module’s curriculum was designed to provide attendees with the knowledge and insight needed to achieve optimum hatchery performance.
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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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West Africa training programs build regional poultry capacity

Improvements could include imports of feed grains and co-products from sources like the US
To capture the long-term feed demand from the West Africa’s expanding poultry industry, the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) is helping regional producers learn how to improve their businesses, which could include imports of feed grains and co-products from sources like the United States.
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