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Avian flu causes havoc among Hungarian poultry

New cases being reported in the counties of Bacs-Kiskun and Csongrad
While a further 19 new outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) are confirmed on poultry farms in Hungary, there have also been new cases in Taiwan and Vietnam. In China, two new cases of influenza of avian origin have been confirmed in young children, both of whom have recovered.
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Scandi Standard makes plans for medium, long term

For the first three months 2020, Scandi Standard reported strong operating performance
After reporting good adaptation to the current business environment, and a strong adjusted result for the first quarter, the Swedish-based poultry group is making plans for the future.
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Moba names Edwin Bolwerk new chief executive officer

New CEO says a major focus will be placed on accelerating innovation
Moba, the leading producer of high-quality integrated systems for grading, packaging and processing eggs, has appointed Edwin Bolwerk as the new chief executive officer of the Moba Group, effective May 1.
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Sales growth reported by HKScan

Scandinavian company anticipates retail sales and demand for meat and processed meat products will continue to develop positively in the coming months
For the first quarter of the current financial year, Finland-based meat company HKScan attributes its improved performance to sales growth and operational efficiencies.
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Avian flu losses rise sharply in Hungary

Signs of the disease were observed on 61 Hungarian farms and in two backyards flocks between April 14 and May 2
As the number of outbreaks of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in Hungarian poultry this year approaches 250, the disease has spread to a third region. While there have been new cases in Taiwan, Irish poultry farmers are seeking compensation for the loss of flocks culled as the result of a non-notifiable influenza virus.
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SPACE 2020 canceled due to COVID-19

Event was scheduled for September 15-18 in Rennes, France
Due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the resulting crisis, SPACE 2020, which was scheduled for September 15-18 at the Rennes Exhibition Centre, will not go forward as planned.
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