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Chile issues ‘Photographic Atlas’ of the poultry sector

Ensuring the safety of Chilean poultry products for domestic and foreign consumers is the main goal of health inspection, which is performed in local poultry slaughterhouses by official inspectors of the Agriculture and Livestock Service of Chile (SAG). SAG has therefore published a 'Photographic At...

Time to assess forage stock ahead of winter

Now is the ideal time for beef and sheep farmers to calculate their forage stocks ahead of this winter, according to Eblex beef and sheep scientist Liz Genever. It is important to weigh some bales as they can vary significantly, especially between fields, cuts and balers, advises Dr Genever. Once ...

EW Nutrition explores use of egg powder in animal diets

Using egg powder immunoglobulins as a feed ingredient, especially in the feed for young animals, was the basis of EW Nutrition’s recent lecture sessions held in the Philippines and Vietnam. EW Nutrition speakers and external invited speakers including Dr Mike Varley (The Pig Technology Company), Pro...

Avangardco receives Kosher certificate for its products

Avangardco, the largest producer of shell eggs and dry egg products in Ukraine and number one producer in Eurasia, has obtained the Certificate of Kosher status of its products. In order to provide consumers with information about high quality of products, the company has passed the Kosher certifica...

EW Nutrition shares it knowledge with series of lectures

EW Nutrition has taken the transfer of technical know-how and the sharing of specific scientific information to a new standard with customers. The launch of a science based course of lectures aimed to give more technical background, application, and new relevance to EW Nutrition products. The inaugu...

Ukraine: Cargill plant reportedly hit by missile

A Cargill agricultural facility near Donetsk city in Ukraine, already a victim of the country’s civil strife, may have been struck by a missile this week. "We have received reports that there was a fire at one of the grain silos at our facility in Donetsk which the local fire brigade attended to," C...

Ukraine: Cargill plant reportedly hit by missile

A Cargill agricultural facility near Donetsk city in Ukraine, already a victim of the country’s civil strife, may have been struck by a missile this week. "We have received reports that there was a fire at one of the grain silos at our facility in Donetsk which the local fire brigade attended to," C...

Lithuania wants to build a fence to protect against ASF

Lithuanian pig breeders once again raised an issue of the construction of a fence on the border with Belarus to protect the farms from wild boars infected with the African Swine Fever (ASF). This idea has been expressed by representatives of the Association of Lithuanian Pig Farms at a meeting with ...

Tool for swine vets, producers to assess residue risk

Swine veterinarians can help pork producers measure the farm risk level for violative residues in pork with the new Swine Residue Risk Assessment app. The free app is available in the Apple App Store for iPad devices. "This app is a simple way to review practices and evaluate risk levels before you...

ADM's first loaded ship departs from Brazilian port

The first loaded vessel has departed Archer Daniels Midland Company’s (ADM) new export terminal in Barcarena, northern Brazil. The terminal is a significant addition to ADM’s expanding logistical network in Brazil. ADM received approval to begin operations at the terminal at the end of July."We ...

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