Ukrainian poultry producers look for increased exports to Muslim countries
UKRAINIA, Kiev The Ukrainian poultry industry is looking to offset potential losses in the Russian market with an increase in exports to Muslim countries, according to the Ukrainian Ministry of Agriculture and Food.
Saudi Arabia's poultry industry eyes Solar-Diesel Hybrids
SAUDI ARABIA, Riyadh The agricultural industry in Saudi Arabia is looking to reduce fuel costs and increase energy efficiency with solar-diesel hybrid solutions.
Powerful tools for detecting Salmonella
USA, Tucker US Poultry and the US Poultry Foundation announce the completion of a funded research project at the USDA-ARS Egg Safety and Quality Research Unit, Athens, Ga., in which the researchers developed powerful tools for detecting Salmonella.
Russian ban won't derail bullish margin outlook
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht The Russian ban will not derail the optimistic outlook for poultry meat prices according to Rabobank's Pork Quarterly Q3 report.
NZ: Positive outlook for sheep and beef farmers
NEW ZEALAND, Wellington New Zealand sheep and beef farmers can look forward to a positive 2014-15 season, according to analysis released by Beef + Lamb New Zealand's Economic Service today.
News in FleischWirtschaft International 4/14
Contents of Fleischwirtschaft International No. 4, September 2014 The Contents of FleischWirtschaft International No. 4, September 2014 are available as print-magazine, iPad-App and E-paper. World Meat Congress Tackling global challenges together Analysis Hans-Wilhelm Windhorst The dominating position of Asia will be strengthened
EU: Control measures for ASF reviewed
BELGIUM, Brussels An update of EU control measures to combat the spread of African Swine Fever (ASF) was endorsed by Member State experts last week.
Food & Water Watch sues USDA
USA, Washington, D C. – Food & Water Watch filed suit in federal court to stop the implementation of the New Poultry Inspection System (NPIS) rules—which would turn over key food safety inspection functions to poultry companies with limited oversight by USDA inspectors, they claim.
Meat prices rise as FAO price index decreases
ITALY, Rome The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation's (FAO's) monthly food-price index registered dropped again in August, maintaining its five-month downward run and reaching its lowest level since September 2010.