November 2012 edition of Poultry International magazine is now available. In this issue, you can read International Egg Commission Conference, feeding poultry in a cost-conscious environment, and high-speed poultry processing and management. Other feature articles including,
Egg producers gain insight at International Egg Commission Conference
The conference drew producers, processors and retailers from around the world.
Challenging outlook continues for global poultry industry but 2012 to end higher
Poultry producers achieve modest growth despite higher feed process and tougher competition.
Cherkizovo continues to build position in Russian poultry market
Russia’s largest meat producer aims to meet 30 percent of the local poultry meat demand.
Feeding poultry in a cost-conscious environment: Nutritional solutions to spiraling feed prices
Various strategies can be employed to make better use of feed.
Potential extraordinary turkey performance through high phytase feed dosages
Increasing phytase dosage could lead to improved turkey performance.
Live Mycoplasma vaccines and use of monitoring
For unvaccinated flocks, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay monitoring is and effective tool to prevent disease spread.
High-speed poultry processing and management challenges
The right equipment, attitude and monitoring are crucial.
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