What’s happening in the European poultry industry?
Be it trade or poultry welfare, the European poultry industry is facing pressure from numerous sources and will need to adopt and change on various fronts if its success is to continue.
Adding cage-free egg production good for business
Midwest Poultry Services has added capacity to house 500,000 cage-free hens over the last five years to meet existing customers’ needs
Strong future in store for Asian egg processing
More eggs are produced in Asia than anywhere else, yet the volume processed is low compared with other regions.
Creating the modern broiler
Recently retired Dr. John Hardiman looks back on his time in broiler research and offers some ideas for the future.
Preventing broiler foot-pad dermatitis with nutrition
The right diet can help reduce broiler foot-pad lesions by 50 percent
Controlling urolithiasis in growing pullets
Urinary stones can develop in fast-growing pullets that receive pre-lay diets rich in calcium, en excess of their need, to increase their reserves for oncoming egg production
Mottled egg yolks and layer nutrition
Improper egg storage is usually blamed for yolk mottling, but nutrition can also play a role in controlling this problem
Are zero-hours contracts in the poultry industry becoming an ethical issue?
The expected uptum in UK demand for locally produced poultry meat should not tempt producers to cut corners where employees are concerned.
Cargill UK creating one of Europe’s most modern poultry processing plants
Cargill responds to ongoing demand for locally grown and processed poultry by creating one of the most efficient poultry processing facilities in Europe
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