The July issue of Poultry International will take a special look at Impact of DON on the poultry gut, World poultry industry adapts to commodity volatility, and Poultry processing and environmental protection. Other articles also cover latest international news, data and information for poultry businesses.
World poultry industry adapts to commodity volatility
Grain costs, quality top list of feeding challenges in WATT’s 2014 Nutrition and Feed Survey
Continuing success for Noble Foods’ the happy egg co. brand
Commitment to welfare, strong marketing have seen the happy egg co. grow at home and overseas
SPACE 2014 to present wide variety of experiences
International audience makes livestock event dynamic for visitors, exhibitors
Japan’s broiler sector expects stable 2014
Despite 2011’s disasters and 2013’s unfavorably hot summer, Japanese broiler production and consumption remain high
Impact of DON on the poultry gut
Deoxynivalenol-contaminated feed can lead to reduced feed intake and make poultry more susceptible to disease
Mash or crumbled feed for layers?
With half the world feeding mash feed to layers, and the other half feeding crumbles, which feed form is better than the other, and why?
Tailored approach to conditions highlighted at Merial Avian Forum
Be it animal welfare or vaccination campaigns, and approach adapted to specific circumstances may prove most beneficial for today’s poultry producers
Is on-farm spent hen composting a viable option?
If handled properly, odor emissions from egg farms, composting on-site will not negatively impact on neighboring residents.
Poultry processing and environmental protection
Making better use of easily available renewable resources would allow the processing sector to reduce input costs and protect the environment
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