The March issue of Poultry International magazine will take a special look at egg industry transition in New Zealand, advance of the Brazilian poultry industry and more. You can also read latest international news, data and information for poultry businesses.
New Zealand’s revised battery cage phaseout makes egg industry transition feasible
New Zealand’s egg producers advised to make transition happen
Kazakhstan’s poultry producers to double output by 2020
Poultry production in Kazakhstan is set to undergo further significant expansion
Victam Asia 2014 to bring together animal feed professionals in Bangkok
With Victam Asia again co-located with FIAAP and GRAPAS Asia, attendees can view the latest products and technologies for producing safe food and animal feed all in one place
The advance of the Brazilian poultry industry
Brazil has seen tremendous growth in poultry production, poultry exports this century.
VIV Europe 2014 to put new focus on animal health
Show to take place in the Netherlands May 20-22
New European group for poultry production disease research
Consortium will become new information hub to boost sustainable profitability in European poultry, pig production.
Quality issues with bakery meal
Knowing what to expect in terms of quality from an ingredient such as bakery meal can help increase its inclusion rate, resulting in lower feed cost.
Fiber-degrading enzyme substrate interactions critical to efficacy in poultry diets
Chicken performance remains the only available measure when judging fiber-degrading enzymes
Nano management: New concepts in poultry processing
Understanding, eliminating waste together with careful monitoring can help raise efficiency of poultry processing operations
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Established in 1962, Poultry International is viewed by commercial poultry integrators as the leading international source of news, data and information for their businesses. Poultry International reaches a global audience of 20,000+ poultry decision-makers in 142 countries.