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Panelists at the National Turkey Federation convention identified opportunities for turkey as pricing and product valuations continue to shift in the meat and poultry protein categories.
The WATT/Rennier Poultry Confidence Index reflects industry sentiment for high and sustained profitability.
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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
Poultry has a compelling story to tell consumers about its environmental footprint at a time when world demand for proteins is increasing.
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.
Chicken, turkey, beef markets all expected to be impacted by minimum, maximum protein requirements
The top three turkey producers in the US registered little or no growth in production in 2012, while 10 companies increased production — some significantly. There’s more to come in 2013.
Turkey industry rankings, production volume and marketing data on the US’s top turkey companies based on 2012 production
Survey offers insight to poultry integrators, associations and suppliers for developing future marketing and communication plans.
High pressure pasteurization allows for sliced products to be formulated with no or lower levels of inhibitors and still qualify for Category 1 status.
Corn producers outside the US are coming to the rescue of the long-suffering poultry and livestock industry and being handsomely rewarded with high prices … for now.
As with other business sectors in the US, the poultry industry continues to see more regulations related to employment law.
Dr. Kenneth Petersen said that poultry companies producing ground products will have to “take a look in the mirror” and rethink how they do some things if they want to reduce Salmonella numbers.
Higher demand for poultry, declines in production, falling or stabilizing grain prices and increased prices for poultry products bring optimistic outlook.
What the November 2012 elections mean for the turkey industry
This summer, a brighter light has been shone on the federal requirement that diverts much of the nation’s corn into fuel.
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