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PHL chicken exports declining even before discovery of bird flu - Business Mirror Thu, 09 Nov 2017 15:26:03 GMT

Business Mirror

PHL chicken exports declining even before discovery of bird flu
Business Mirror
Even before avian influenza (AI) struck Central Luzon, Philippine chicken exports have been declining as government data indicated a double-digit drop in the volume of outbound shipments in the January-to-July period. Data from the Bureau of Animal ...

POULTRY EXPORTS DECLINE BY 9% DUE TO BIRD FLU - The Swazi Observer Tue, 31 Oct 2017 22:01:03 GMT

The Swazi Observer

POULTRY EXPORTS DECLINE BY 9% DUE TO BIRD FLU
The Swazi Observer
After the outbreak of bird flu in South Africa, local companies had to source these products from countries as far as Brazil after government banned importation of all poultry and poultry products. The ministry later allowed importation of these from ...

The BusinessMirror makes history in Bright Leaf Awards - Business Mirror Sun, 19 Nov 2017 16:28:41 GMT

Business Mirror

The BusinessMirror makes history in Bright Leaf Awards
Business Mirror
Arcalas's three-part story, titled “Can 13-year-old manual save PHL from bird flu?” won for him the Best Agriculture Feature Story this year. The piece focused on the country's efforts to curb the bird-flu outbreak using its 13-year-old Avian Influenza ...

Is It Possible to Predict the Next Pandemic? - The Atlantic Wed, 25 Oct 2017 16:48:32 GMT

The Atlantic

Is It Possible to Predict the Next Pandemic?
The Atlantic
It's been two years since an epidemic of Zika began in Brazil, three since the largest Ebola outbreak in history erupted in West Africa, eight since a pandemic of H1N1 flu swept the world, and almost a hundred since a different H1N1 flu pandemic killed ...

Mega-mergers in the agri-food sector cause alarm bells to ring - Poultry World Fri, 03 Nov 2017 13:18:20 GMT

Poultry World

Mega-mergers in the agri-food sector cause alarm bells to ring
Poultry World
JBS was previously limited to beef in Brazil. This leasing ... It added that the environmental impacts of this industrial meat production system included pathogenic bird flu, antibiotic resistance, land, water and air pollution, as well as climate ...

Bird flu redirects trade flow of US chicken, eggs, grains - Reuters Thu, 13 Apr 2017 17:39:55 GMT

Reuters

Bird flu redirects trade flow of US chicken, eggs, grains
Reuters
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Global outbreaks of bird flu in poultry have altered the flow of U.S. chicken meat, eggs and grain around the world, adding to challenges faced by domestic exporters and giving a leg up to Brazil, which has so far escaped the disease.

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Growing Hunger for Brazilian Chicken as Bird Flu Spreads - Bloomberg Mon, 30 Jan 2017 09:47:16 GMT

Bloomberg

Growing Hunger for Brazilian Chicken as Bird Flu Spreads
Bloomberg
Even without the current crisis, Brazil's chicken exports will climb as much as 5 percent to 4.6 million metric tons this year, according to the Brazil Animal Protein Association, or ABPA. The country has never been hit by bird flu and overtook the U.S ...

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Chickens can provide a nice boost to income - Poultry World Mon, 30 Oct 2017 13:22:32 GMT

Poultry World

Chickens can provide a nice boost to income
Poultry World
The favoured trading partners for meat purchase include Brazil, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Germany. South African poultry farmers have accused a number of EU countries of dumping cheap poultrymeat exports on its ... “We do not have any ...

Monkeys and AIDS 2017-11-14 Read More - The Island - The Island.lk Tue, 14 Nov 2017 19:41:10 GMT

Monkeys and AIDS 2017-11-14 Read More - The Island
The Island.lk
A recent proposal in the Balangoda Council that it would be desirable to encourage the consumption of the flesh of monkeys has led to a certain amount of ...

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Avian flu a last straw amid cheap imports - Business Day Tue, 05 Sep 2017 03:46:54 GMT

Business Day

Avian flu a last straw amid cheap imports
Business Day
As animal feed represents 65%-70% of the cost of chicken production, having low feed costs is a significant cost advantage for Brazil. The country is also completely untouched by avian flu, being largely off the migratory paths of the wild birds that ...

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