Nearly 6 million birds have recently been culled in Poland due to avian influenza (AI), as the outbreak count breaks new records.
Can uniform poultry flocks be considered healthier? Or does poor uniformity indicate poorer performance or, indeed, animal welfare? These are valid questions, especially when non-uniform chicks are re...
China has issued guidelines recommending a reduction of corn and soymeal in poultry and pig feed.
The Namibian poultry industry was severely affected Covid-19 restrictions, but there is still ample opportunity for expansion in the sector.
Replacements for soybean meal in poultry rations through optimising other protein sources are still some way off, despite encouraging trials.
Brazilian giants JBS and BRF announced plans to invest into alternative proteins to reinforce their positions in Brazil, the US, and Europe.
Baader announces the launch of its most powerful and largest member of the Baadering technology machine family: the brand-new Baader 608.
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With annual chicken meat production of over 260,000 tonnes, Afghanistan is close to reaching self-sufficiency in chicken meat production.
Up to 150,000 small-scale poultry farmers in 8 African countries are to benefit from a new 4-year project to make them more productive and efficient.
Scientists have developed inside-out miniature intestines, grown from stem cells, which are to be used for researching gut biology in poultry.