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Feed costs are high and volatile, but US chicken is positioned to fill soaring global demand for meat protein, say executives at three of the nation’s biggest chicken companies.
The Renewable Fuel Standard has cost the poultry industry billions of dollars in added feed ingredient costs and consumers billions in added food costs.
Chart analysis would suggest a 50 percent retracement of commodity prices. Is $5 a bushel corn a realistic prospect this fall?
Often hailed as the continent of the future, African poultry producers are beginning to experience the developments so often associated with Asia.
Minor legumes are an attractive proposition in times when soybean meal prices skyrocket, but these feed ingredients do not come without their own problems that restrict use in poultry and pig diets.
Poultry processors are preparing for coming evaluations of their HACCP plans for ground products and are working to lower Salmonella numbers in advance of new standards.
Turkey PAC has seen contributions nearly quadruple since 2000
FSIS analyzes Salmonella trends in HACCP samples using data the agency has described as 'no longer useful as an indicator of trends.'
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After six years of market turmoil, will poultry producers begin to see a rebuilding of grain stocks and a strengthening of poultry demand in 2013?
Does your company have the four pillars for a sustained growth strategy?
The use of non-renewable resources is unsustainable, but the production of ethanol does not reduce the use of fossil fuel.
Poultry survey respondents report increased confidence in industry, but market analysts say animal feed costs, the US drought and ethanol mandate continue to be problematic.
Value-added products, international operations, acquisitions part of growth plan
This year’s show will cover disease control, welfare, production efficacy, optimized feed systems and meeting consumer demand for food safety.
A UK report looking at health and disease in all farmed species makes various recommendations that could be indicative of changes ahead for the poultry industry.
Chicken, turkey, beef markets all expected to be impacted by minimum, maximum protein requirements
How we got to where are in the global market and what needs to be resolved to see an improvement.
Company went from 100,000-150,000 antibiotic-free broilers weekly to beyond 2.8 million
Understanding how a bird can overheat and taking steps to ensure this does not occur pre-slaughter reduces the number of condemnations and raises profits.
Merial Selections features NCC president
An interview with George Watts, president of the National Chicken Council
Sponsored by: George Watts interview
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