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« Reply #60 on: March 07, 2009, 04:40:24 AM »

March,6 2009] A virologist in the US blames duck for the resurgence of the H5N1 bird flu virus in China and Vietnam, and called for wider surveillance and vaccination of ducks to stop the problem, adding that silent infections of H5N1 in ducks may be the reason behind the human cases in China. The virus has infected at least 14 people in both countries since the start of this year, killing seven of them.
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« Reply #61 on: April 02, 2009, 09:39:00 AM »

Cassava poultry feed trial in Guyana 01 Apr 2009
The National Agricultural Research Institute (NARI) in Guyana is awaiting test results from the US on the nutritional value of a cassava poultry feed before starting a trial of the experimental product at the end of this month.
The idea to use cassava as a source of poultry feed stemmed from a workshop hosted earlier this year which “aimed at implementing a strategy to start a cassava enterprise and industry development”, the Government Information Agency (GINA) said in a press release.
 
NARI has sent its experimental cassava product to the US to determine its nutritional values.
 
NARI has begun working with its private sector partner, Bounty Farms, on this venture. Director of NARI, Dr Oudho Homenauth, explained that the unpeeled cassava is sliced in thin pieces and sun dried so that it will break easily.
 
Once the cassava has dried to about 12% moisture, he said, it is ground into flour.
 
Homenauth noted that cassava feed, once feasible can replace the more expensive feeds made of corn and rice.
 
Bounty Farm will be doing the necessary formulations which will be compared to what is used conventionally to determine whether the cassava feed can serve as a substitute.
 
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« Reply #62 on: April 02, 2009, 12:13:03 PM »

I think there have been a lot of research about cassava but there is little follow up.
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« Reply #63 on: April 08, 2009, 09:17:11 AM »

1 April 2009] Bangladesh poultry integrator Aftab is exploring potential to export processed chicken to the Middle East, said Shah Habibul Haque. He said the Middle Eastern market is huge and closer to Bangladesh, but most of its chicken meat is from Brazil. If Aftab supplies processed chicken to the Middle East with more competitive price, it could take a sizeable share in this market.


"Brazil and Thailand,2 major players in the whole poultry markets"
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« Reply #64 on: April 09, 2009, 10:18:07 AM »

Philippine chicken imports top 45000 tonnes
[9 April 2009] The Philippines imported some 45,770 tonnes of chicken and chicken products in 2008,up 2% from the 2007 figure. Imports of leg-quarters, which often make up the bulk of chicken imports, fell 35% from the previous year. Canada, the U.S. and Brazil were the top chicken exporters to the Philippines, accounting for 38%, 30%, and 18% of the total imports, respectively. Last year, the local poultry industry, which is valued at about USD 2 billion, increased by nearly 5.8% over its yearago level.
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« Reply #65 on: April 30, 2009, 09:22:00 AM »

 China’s poultry meat exports challenged by Brazil
[30 April 2009] China’s cooked poultry meat exports to Japan and EU have been challenged by Brazilian producers due mainly to the depreciation of Brazilian Reais and falling production costs as a result of a bumper harvest of raw materials such as soybean, according to a Chinese poultry processor in the eastern province of Shandong. The company said the price of drumsticks from Brazil fell to around USD 2000 per tonne in Japan, a major export market for the Chinese poultry meat. Statistics show that poultry meat exports from China to Japan for the first two months of this year have declined to 18,182 tonnes, or 36.8% from a year ago while the export value is down 25%. 
 
 
 
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« Reply #66 on: July 26, 2009, 12:14:31 PM »

24 July 2009] Thailand’s Department of Livestock Development, Thailand Research Fund, Suranaree University of Technology and a group of farmers in the northeastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima have come together to develop a new Thai native chicken breed called “Korach Broiler” and will promote farming and production of the breed at a commercial level. Said to offer high productivity, the Korach Broiler is fast growing, has firm meat, good meat taste and low cholesterol. The production of this native chicken will comply with food safety and traceability standards.
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« Reply #67 on: August 06, 2009, 08:42:09 AM »

[6 August 2009] The US Senate has passed a funding bill for USDA and FDA which allows poultry chicken imports from China from plants that have secured approval. These plants will have to undergo annual inspections while their products will be subjected to increased inspection at US ports. However, current restrictions on Chinese chicken imports, which is being investigated by the World Trade Organization, will still be in place.
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« Reply #68 on: November 04, 2009, 10:59:01 AM »

World Poultry Trade Overview - October 2009
By USDA Foreign Agricultural Service - This article provides a forecast for 2010, in which an economic recovery is expected to bolster world meat trade.

 

2010 Forecast: Economic Recovery Bolsters World Meat Trade
Economic recovery in 2010 will help stimulate improved demand for meat and poultry.


Beef and pork exports are forecast up one and three per cent, respectively. Whereas improved demand for beef is expected worldwide, the boost in pork will generally be concentrated in North America. Brazil, the only key beef producer with excess supplies, is expected as the principal beneficiary of increased demand. However, both Brazil and the United States will be able to take advantage of the rise in pork.

Broiler and turkey meat exports are forecast two and four per cent higher, respectively. Brazil will be the primary supplier as it focuses on growth to non-traditional markets. The United States faces a decline in broiler shipments on weak demand in major markets but modest growth is expected for turkey.

Broiler Meat 2010 Forecast Overview
Production forecast to rebound in 2010
Following recession-induced stagnant production, 2010 is forecast up three per cent at 73.7 million tons.

Growth is forecast to be largely driven by new historic production levels in Brazil and China (four and three per cent higher, respectively). Brazil's rise is spurred by strong export and domestic demand. China's increase is in response to strong domestic demand due to economic expansion. Contributing to global growth will be the world's leading producer, the United States, which is forecast two per cent higher at 16.2 million tons. Virtually all other major producers, particularly Argentina, India and Russia are forecast to expand production.






Exports forecast slightly higher amid growing supplies
Exports are forecast two per cent higher at 8.3 million tons. Plentiful supplies partnered with increasing consumption as the macroeconomic outlook improves will facilitate the positive environment for international trade.

Brazil's expanding exports are forecast six per cent higher to a record of over 3.3 million tons. Import demand is expected from a variety of markets in the Middle East and Asia as well as efforts to open new markets. Brazil's continued, long-term focus on developing non-traditional markets will buoy expansion.

US exports are forecast five per cent lower at nearly 2.9 million tons. Increased production in Russia and China to meet consumption needs as well as lingering non-tariff barriers to trade will weaken demand for US product.


Imports forecast to rise largely on developing and non-traditional markets
Global economic recovery is expected to stimulate consumption and raise import demand. While Russia, the EU and Japan remain the largest markets for broiler meat imports, their share of global trade is forecast to continue to stagnate or erode in 2010.

In the absence of a multilateral agreement on 2010 TRQs, the Russian forecast is based on 2009 TRQ levels and allocations. While the 2010 outlook depends greatly on future policy decisions for not only the TRQ but also the chlorine ban and imposition of non-tariff barriers, imports are forecast four per cent lower at 855,000 tons. The reduction is expected as the Russian poultry industry, due to government financial support, will grow faster than consumption.

Larger imports are forecast to be led by non-traditional developing markets in the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa, which are slowly accounting for a greater portion of world trade. Demand in these markets is spurred by population growth, rising incomes and budding meat consumption. Poultry performs particularly well in these markets as it is a lower cost animal protein (compared to beef and lamb), versatile and does not have any religious taboo attached to consumption.






Turkey Meat 2010 Forecast Overview
Production to rise slightly in 2010
Following a decline in 2009, production is forecast to rebound two per cent to nearly 5.2 million tons on gains by Brazil and the United States which more than offset a decline in the EU. The United States is expected to rise two per cent to 2.6 million tons. Brazil's production is forecast to reach 480,000 tons on higher demand from both the domestic and foreign market. The world's largest producer, the EU, is expected to be stagnant.

Trade rises four per cent as world economy recovers
Exports of turkey meat are forecast to rise nearly four per cent to 551,000 tons. Both the United States and Brazil are expected to benefit from renewed demand. Mexican imports are forecast to rise by nearly 12 per cent on demand for cuts for processing as the economy rebounds from recession.


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« Reply #69 on: November 10, 2009, 11:37:43 AM »

 
Mona rice, a layer feed supplement
[10 November 2009] A team of researchers from Kasetsart University has succeeded in inventing an innovation made from rice as a feed supplement for layers. The inventive fermented rice “Mona Rice” is 100% natural and proven safe. Its advantages include the ability to lower cholesterol in eggs by around 20-40% depending on usage while the egg yolk continues to hold the strong yellow color preferred by customers. Mona Rice will soon be commercialised and is expected to be made available by middle of 2010
 
 
 
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