Sunday , 21 January 2018

Poultry Price Plunges in Dominican Republic

Poultry Price Plunges in Dominican Republic

Farmers have agreed to an industry-wide discount on chicken to 29 pesos per pound. The Dominican Poultry Association has arranged a 2.5 pesos discount per pound liveweight as a me ...

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Poultry meat production can be doubled in five years: PPA chairman

Poultry meat production can be doubled in five years: PPA chairman

Pakistan Poultry Industry has the capacity to double the poultry meat production from 1.50 billion broiler birds to three billion in five years that would totally address the anim ...

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Survey reveals confidence in British poultry sector

Survey reveals confidence in British poultry sector

An NFU survey has revealed that the British poultry sector overall reported the highest short term confidence for all sectors and mid-term confidence is also one of the highest. T ...

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US warns South African on poultry anti-dumping policy

US warns South African on poultry anti-dumping policy

South Africa cannot expect to continue receiving preferential trade benefits under the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) unless it rescinds its anti-dumping duties on impor ...

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Infrastructure damage hits poultry and livestock raisers

Infrastructure damage hits poultry and livestock raisers

Poultry and livestock raisers from Southern Tagalog, one of the biggest production areas in the Philippines, have suffered infrastructure damage from Typhoon Rammasun that hit the ...

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FAO Reports Marginal Rise in Poultry Prices in January

FAO Reports Marginal Rise in Poultry Prices in January

The FAO Food Price Index fell in January for the first time in three months as lower prices of cereals, sugars, oils and meat outstripped gains in dairy values. The FAO Food Price ...

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SA Poultry Firms Braced for EU Tariffs Battle

SA Poultry Firms Braced for EU Tariffs Battle

Local poultry producers won a battle against cheap imports on Monday (30 September) when Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies announced tariff increases on five categories of im ...

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