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Top Ten Tips for Backyard Poultry Keepers

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL – From the Ancona to the English Dorking, backyard flock owners love their birds, whatever the breed. We’ve published a range of features this year to help you

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Hong Kong opens poultry market for India

Hong Kong has announced the opening of its market for Indian chicken and eggs two months after Kuwait lifted a ban on import of poultry products from the country. This

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Food Safety Concern as Campylobacter Infections Still Rising in EU

EU – Human cases of listeriosis and campylobacteriosis rose once again in 2014, continuing an upward trend that began in 2008. Salmonellosis cases also increased slightly for the first time

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World Population Growth to Support EU Meat Exports Over Next Decade

EU – The EU has published a medium-term Agricultural Outlook for the years up to 2025. The report suggests population and economic growth in developing countries are expected to support

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PARASITE MANAGEMENT FOR NATURAL AND ORGANIC POULTRY: COCCIDIOSIS

Both large and small poultry producers are interested in sustainable management of parasitic disease – Coccidiosis. On small scale coccidiosis can be handled without medication by careful management especially during

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Keep Poultry Warm, Dry in Winter to Maintain Egg Production

US – Providing indoor accommodations will help keep pastured poultry warm, dry and productive during winter, Purdue experts say. Producers who raise pastured poultry and want to maintain egg production

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Russia to Import Israeli Poultry Products

ISRAEL – As the boycott on EU products continues, Israel’s agriculture ministry has said that Russia has agreed to imports of Israeli poultry products following four years of negotiations. Minister

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Chickens for Christmas: Ghana’s Unique Poultry Market

Francis de Heer describes the development of the poultry meat industry in Ghana, and the challenges the industry must overcome in future. Up until the mid 1990s, chicken was a