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Referring to my previous words on this particular topic where I wrote about trying to create mini dinosaurs out of chicken eggs, which was named before it was born as “Chickenosaurus” and of course, I reacted to this very negatively .

Today, after having the news about this topic fermented in my thoughts, I started wondering; new genes studies related to chicken?
Why not?
Aren’t we today in the area of the engineering and splitability of genes?

Does our acceptance or rejection affect any ongoing research around the world?
If we try to view some of these genetic research positively, we may open doors to drastically change the future of the poultry industry…
What we are complaining about today is the lack of feed and the competition of human food from cereals since it is used to feed both humans, and animals, and the diffusion of the Methane gas that is leading to the widening of the ozone hole.
And here I am wondering why it is not possible to study some of the genes of animals, insects and even fish that can change many qualities of chicken?
Several decades ago we conducted a field study on the possibility of increasing 5% of the dried chicken feces to the full chicken feed. I recall that the results were positive overall with the exception of some drug
deposits and the risk of some parasites and fungi.
Here I recall the common scientific saying:”In this world nothing disappears and nothing is created. “ Everything is created to die, but it does not disappear, it just turns or mutates . This is how nature works.
When humans can know billions of gene molecules, they can create new species of animals… or even humans!!!
But what I’m interested in saying now is : Why won’t scientists start genetic research that enables us to create a kind of chickens that produces stool that can be turned into feed without polluting the environment with methane gas?
For example, we can use the genes of some insects like Aphids which produce a king of sugars in the feces.
Wishes…crosswords… and the truth remains…
Truth…? Who know its truth?
We live today in the century of transition from generation to generation… from one age to another….and perhaps from one human being to another unknown human being…


The Economic Benefits of Vectormune ND Vaccine On Broilers at Al Ajban Farms In UAE


Newcastle is a disease caused by a virus in the family of paramyxoviruses. It appears in three forms: lentogenic or mild, mesogenic or moderate and velogenic or very virulent, also called exotic Newcastle disease. The lentogenic strains are very widespread, but cause few disease outbreaks.1
It usually presents as a respiratory disease, but depression, nervous manifestations, or diarrhea may be the predominant clinical form.2
In low challenge countries, commercial broiler chickens are often facing the uncontrolled circulation of lentogenic (vaccine) strains, especially in high densely populated poultry areas. As a result, they may show subtle to overt respiratory signs, because of the inflammation of the trachea. As a result, flock uniformity will decrease. Ultimately, slaughterhouse condemnations may increase due to excessive airsacculitis.3

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Agrena Show is Postponed

AgrenaThe Agrena show will be postponed until October 2021!
Stay safe everyone.

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Meyn Releases new Rapid Plus Deboner M4.2 with Semi-automatic loading carousel

The next generation flexible and labor-saving breast deboning solution

Labor and fluctuating market demands have never been so challenging in poultry processing. The strenuous effects of COVID-19 forced various processors to take measures like implementing social distancing and partly shift to other output products. The pressure on poultry processors to be flexible with both their input and output has never been so apparent. Together with decreased dependency on labor and increased requirements on health and safety, processors are facing demanding times. Meyn answers these challenges with the release of their new Meyn Rapid Plus Deboner M4.2 featuring the new Semi-automatic loading carousel. This upgraded modular, configurable deboning solution takes the next step to meet the need for flexibility and laborsaving.

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Introduction in biorisk management

Abstract: BIOSAFTY, BIOSECURITY, and BIORISK management system are common biorisk terms that related to support each other.
Laboratory biosafety is a mixture of principles, technologies, and practices implemented to prevent unintentional exposure to pathogens and toxins, or their unintentional release incorporation with biosecurity which is protection, control, loss, theft, misuse, division or intentional release of pathogens. This biorisk management system should be applied in our labs through well trained and qualified person. CWA 15793 is a comprehensive framework for managing biorisks developed through international collection. Shipping infectious substances and biological specimens according to IATA (INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION) roles.

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