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Bird FluThe International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) showcased new innovations in the poultry industry, including sustainable practices and advanced equipment. Highlights included Georgia Poultry's new poultry barn fans designed for harsh environments and BioZyme's AO-Biotics EQE, which improves hen performance​.

Bird FluFavorable grain prices are currently benefiting the poultry industry. Lower feed costs contribute to better economic conditions for poultry producers, impacting overall profitability and sustainability.

Bird FluThe Ross MENA team held a successful customer seminar in Jordan, attended by over 300 customers from Lebanon, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, and the West Bank. The seminar focused on improving poultry management practices and enhancing biosecurity measures​.

Bird FluA recent report emphasized the importance of managing six key biosecurity points to control Infectious Bursal Disease (Gumboro disease) in poultry. Effective biosecurity measures are crucial for maintaining the health and productivity of poultry flocks​.

Bird FluThe H5 bird flu continues to be widespread in wild birds globally and is causing outbreaks in poultry, particularly in the U.S. There have been several recent human cases among poultry workers. The CDC is monitoring the situation and implementing measures to manage the spread and protect public health​

BPC 100pxBeirut Poultry Summit is a new record that aims to stand out from other events in the region.
This Event is held by the Lebanese Poultry Syndicate, the WPSA – Lebanese branch and MEAP (Middle East Agrifood Publishers) with the collaboration of the Faculty of Agriculture and Food Sciences of the American University of Beirut (FAFS – AUB).

On the 26th of June, 2024, an extraordinary event unfolded at the majestic Giza Pyramids in Egypt, as Wadi Group celebrated its partnership with the renowned Japanese conglomerate, Mitsui & Co. The event marked a significant milestone in the collaboration between these two industry leaders, showcasing a shared vision and commitment to excellence.

eggs21. Brown eggs taste better than white eggs

2. You should always refrigerate eggs

3. Only use room temperature eggs for baking

4. The age of your eggs matters a lot

Chicken3There’s good news for the global poultry industry. After several years of challenges, the market is rebounding thanks to rising consumption and controlled production. Rabobank, a major financial services company, predicts poultry meat consumption will grow between 1.5% and 2% globally. This growth is attributed to both strong local demand, particularly in emerging markets, and a return to normalcy in trade after a period of disruption.

Chicken2The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced new action to support the Biden-Harris Administration’s plan for a fairer, more competitive, and more resilient meat and poultry supply chain. USDA’s Fair and Competitive Livestock and Poultry Markets proposed rule would tackle longstanding challenges around interpretations of unfairness and competitive injury for the livestock, meat, and poultry sectors. This will support farmers and growers, and continues President Biden’s work to lower food costs for consumers.

Bird FluFinland plans to offer preemptive bird flu vaccination as soon as next week to some workers with exposure to animals, health authorities said on Tuesday, making it the first country in the world to do so.
The Nordic country has bought vaccines for 10,000 people, each consisting of two injections, as part of a joint EU procurement of up to 40 million doses for 15 nations from manufacturer CSL Seqirus (CSL.AX)

Chicken1In modern animal production systems, it is essential to minimize the impacts of chronic inflammation and excessive stress so that chickens can use their energy for growth rather than defense.

Although there is no “magic ball” to prevent the multifactorial conditions associated with chronic stress, numerous studies have shown that alternative products, such as probiotics, targeted microbes, prebiotics and phytochemicals, can help improve gut microbial balance, metabolism and intestinal integrity.

IffDanisco Animal Nutrition & Health, a business unit of IFF’s Health & Biosciences division, is an industry leader in nutritional health solutions with a comprehensive portfolio of feed enzymes, betaine and viable microbial products.

EPC 100pxThe XVI European Poultry Conference, held from June 24 to June 28, 2024, in the vibrant city of Valencia, has come to a successful conclusion. This year’s conference brought together a remarkable assembly of around 2,300 participants from 54 countries including a youth program of 44 young PHD and master invited students, showcasing the global interest and advancements in the poultry industry.

Gala Dinner EPCThe 16th European Poultry Congress (EPC) concluded with a spectacular Gala Dinner held at the City of Arts and Sciences Museum in Valencia yesterday. The event, attended by 1400 guests including industry leaders, researchers, and delegates from around the world, celebrated the culmination of three days of scientific exchange and networking.

DigitalizationThe Politics and Education Plenary Session at the 16th European Poultry Congress (EPC) in Valencia featured an innovative approach with all presentations delivered digitally. Organized by the Asociación Española de Ciencia Avícola, the session, chaired by Mr. Ghassan Sayegh of Middle East Agrifood Publishers (MEAP) and Professor Peter van Horne of Wageningen Economic Research, embraced technology to enhance engagement and accessibility.

EPC Cover 2PhD Vincent Guyonnet and Mr. Nan-Dirk Mulder, both renowned experts in the poultry industry, delivered impactful keynote speeches at the Politics and Education Plenary Session during the 16th European Poultry Congress (EPC) in Valencia. The session, chaired by Mr. Ghassan Sayegh, General Manager of Middle East Agrifood Publishers (MEAP), and Professor Peter van Horne of Wageningen Economic Research, focused on the critical intersections of politics and education within the poultry sector.

EPC coverMr. Ghassan Sayegh, General Manager of Middle East Agrifood Publishers (MEAP), chaired the Politics and Education Plenary Session at the 16th European Poultry Congress (EPC) in Valencia. He was joined by Professor Peter van Horne, a renowned poultry economist and senior researcher at Wageningen Economic Research, part of Wageningen University and Research Center (WUR) in the Netherlands.

Calier EPCCalier, a global leader in the development, manufacture, and marketing of pharmacological and biological products, showcased its latest innovations at the 16th European Poultry Congress (EPC) in Valencia. Organized by the Asociación Española de Ciencia Avícola, the EPC was the premier event in poultry science for 2024.

Driven by a commitment to health through sustainable production of foods of animal origin, Calier focuses on guaranteeing food safety and enabling disease prevention and control. The company’s expertise spans five main segments: poultry, beekeeping, ruminants, swine, and companion animals, with a special emphasis on poultry.

Evonik EPCEvonik, one of the world’s leading specialty chemicals companies, marked its strong presence at the 16th European Poultry Congress (EPC) in Valencia. Organized by the Asociación Española de Ciencia Avícola, the EPC stood out as the most significant event in poultry science for 2024.

Novus EPCNovus, a prominent name in animal health and nutrition, enhanced its presence at the 16th European Poultry Congress (EPC) in Valencia. Organized by the Asociación Española de Ciencia Avícola, the EPC was the premier event in poultry science for 2024.

Adisseo

Adisseo, a global leader in animal nutrition solutions, made a significant impact at the 16th European Poultry Congress (EPC) in Valencia. Organized by the Asociación Española de Ciencia Avícola, the EPC was the largest event in poultry science for 2024.

 

EPC 2024Middle East Agrifood Publishers (MEAP) and Perstorp are making a significant impact at the 16th European Poultry Congress (EPC) in Valencia. Hosted by the Asociación Española de Ciencia Avícola (the Spanish branch of WPSA), the EPC is currently the largest event in poultry science for 2024. Europe, with its densely populated regions, faces unique challenges in feeding its population, balancing diverse dietary needs, food safety, and sustainability.

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