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Global Poultry Quarterly Q1 2018 gives promising outlook
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. Although Avian Influenza concerns are rising, experst are optimistic.
HK bans poultry meat imports
CHINA, Hong Kong. Hong Kong’s Center for Food Safety (CFS) of the HKSAR government's Food and Environmental Hygiene Department suspended the import of poultry meat from a district in the State of Lower Saxony in Germany.
200,000 birds culled in Asia
FRANCE, Paris. Hundreds of thousands of birds have been culled in the Philippines and Laos after both Southeast Asian countries reported avian influenza (AI) outbreaks.
Rise for six month in row
ITALY, Rome. Global pork prices were boosted by rising import demand in Asia.
Strong industry performance with a shake-up in global trade
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. Rabobank publishes Global Poultry Quarterly Q2 2017.
Infected poultry hits Russia
RUSSIA, Moscow. Russia has been hit with a new series of bird flu outbreaks.
Global Poultry Quarterly Q1 2017 published
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. Human Avian Influenza ases in China shake up Global Poultry Markets.
UK moves to contain AI spread
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London. The risk of infection from wild birds is unlikely to decrease in the coming weeks.
North America is clouded by low-pathogenic AI
ITALY, Rome. Several cases of H5 avian influenza in poultry had been confirmed in the US and Canada.
Battle on chicken trade
NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. Rabobank reports quarterly Q2 2016 for global poultry market.
South Korea hit with bird flu outbreak
SOUTH KOREA, Seoul. It is unclear if the outbreak of AI will result in poultry trade bans for the country.
AI concerns rise in Indiana
USA, Indianapolis. A commercial turkey flock became the first case of HPAI reported in the US since this past June.
Fear in France as bird flu spreads
FRANCE, Paris. France has killed over 24,000 chickens as a result of bird flu.
Disease shuffles the deck chairs
NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. Poultry Quarterly Q3: Rabobank presents an outlook on the global poultry industry.
AI outbreaks put pressure on global poultry markets
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht H5 and H7 strains of avian influenza have gained a foothold on the world stage with serious implications for global markets for poultry.
Avian flu looks to shake up 2015
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht Global issues such as avian flu and trade restrictions remain on the horizon for 2015 and will have a big impact on global poultry trade. Regions affected by avian flu outbreaks, like the EU and Canada, will suffer from lost export markets and this will affect local prices.