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AIBulgaria reports two outbreaks
BULGARIA, Sofia. Bulgaria's food safety agency authorities reported two new outbreaks of the highly pathogenic H5N8 bird flu in the southern part of the Balkan country.
TechnologySurvey shows reservations about technology in agriculture
USA, Minneapolis. Consumers believe technology in ag feeds the world more sustainably, but that doesn’t meant they want it, according to a survey by Cargill.
ForecastA look at the poultry market in 2020
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. Rabobank sees global poultry market significantly more positive in 2020 than in 2019, when markets suffered from relative oversupply.
Bird fluAvian influenza identified in England
UNITED KINGDOM, Suffolk. Low pathogenic avian flu of the H5 strain has been confirmed at a commercial chicken farm in Mid Suffolk, on 10 December 2019.
WeberThe first Supplier Day was successful
GERMANY, Breidenbach. The day was intended to give impulses to how suppliers can work even more closely and efficiently together in the future and successfully master the path to digital transformation.
Bird fluFrance detects virus on duck farm
FRANCE, Paris. France has detected a low-pathogenic H5 bird flu virus on a duck farm in the centre of the country, the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) said.
DupontEgg white replacement solution
DENMARK, Grindsted. The ingredients supplier has developed a new egg white replacement system for plant-based meat alternatives.
TradePoultry Quarterly Q3 2019
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. The analysis shows there are improved but fragile market conditions.
AIGene-edited chicken cells resist the AI virus
THE UNITED KINGDOM, The Bush. In newly released research, scientists from The Roslin Institute have prevented the avian influenza virus from replicating in lab-grown chicken cells, suggesting that it may one day be possible to produce chickens that are resistant to the disease.
Avian InfluenzaVaccines from the tobacco plant
GERMANY, Gatersleben. The project was launched to develop a low-cost avian influenza vaccine.
AICost of 2016-2017 AI outbreak revealed
ITALY, Venice. A new research has revealed the impact of the European outbreak of avian influenza (AI) in 2016 and 2017 on Italian poultry producers and developed strategies for better control if a similar situation arises.
OverviewShort-term outlook for EU meat markets
BELGIUM, Brussels. A continued small increase in beef production and higher imports are expected to lead to a slightly higher utilisation of beef. Pigmeat supply grows while exports struggle to follow, keeping prices down.
PoultryRedrawing the global trade map
THE NETHERLANDS, Utrecht. Poultry’s share of trade in global markets has slipped.
Bird fluChina reports new outbreak
CHINA, Beijing. The Ministry of Agriculture reported a new H5N6 bird flu outbreak in Hunan province.
PoultryChina's pig fever outbreak a boom for chicken farmers
CHINA, Beijing. An outbreak of African swine fever in China is proving to be a windfall for chicken farmers, helping drive up prices of the country’s second-most popular meat to two-and-a-half year highs.
ExportFinland to take over the Asian markets
FINLAND, Helsinki. The European country is aiming to double its food exports until 2020.
AIOutbreak reported in Germany
GERMANY, Kiel. German authorities have confirmed the detection of highly pathogenic avian influenza A (H5N6) virus on a poultry farm situated on an island off the German North Sea coast.
Astral400% jump in earnings
SOUTH AFRICA, Doringkloof, Centurion. The South African company sees a noteable jump in earnings as it shakes bird flu jitters.
AIWales establishes prevention zone
THE UNITED KINGDOM, London. The country implemented an avian influenza prevention zone across the country as a precautionary measure after two viruses killed wild birds in England.