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China likely to resume U.S. soy deals, but action on tariffs uncertain: USDA chief

  • 05 Dec, 2018
  • United States

CHICAGO (Reuters) - China will probably resume buying American soybeans around Jan. 1 because of limited supplies in Brazil after slashing imports from the United States due to the U.S.-China trade war, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said on Monday. It has “yet to be determined” whether China will remove tariffs on imports of American soybeans as part of a truce agreed between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping in Argentina on Saturday, Perdue sa

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Cargill to Develop Farmer- Friendly Apps to Streamline Poultry Operations

  • 03 Dec, 2018
  • India

The US-based Cargill is in the process of developing farmer-friendly applications or apps which will digitise manual inputs of farm figures on a real-time basis. In its first project in India, Cargill is taking up pilot tests in cooperation with two poultry firms for providing an intelligent data management system for poultry farmers. Managing director of Cargill Premix and Nutrition, India Robert Schubert said the app named ‘Enteligen’ aims to change the way its customers manage

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Poultry Industry ready for challenges as South Asia’s Biggest event gets underway in Hyderabad

  • 03 Dec, 2018
  • India

India’s burgeoning Poultry industry has grown by leaps and bounds due to strict housekeeping, exacting ventilation, feeding practices, automation and disease control mechanism administered by responsible and trained farmers. This has given India pride of place as the world’s 3rd largest egg producer. India is also the fourth-largest chicken producer after China, Brazil and USA. The industry today is estimated at nearly 100,000 crores and is one of the prime sectors

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Poultry Giant Sanderson Farms to stop using Human Antibiotic Use in Chicken Supply

  • 03 Dec, 2018
  • United States

Sanderson Farms Inc, the third largest poultry producer in the US will stop using antibiotics essential in combating human infections to prevent diseases in chickens by March 2019. With this, it becomes the last major chicken producer to step away from the drugs. The move by Sanderson Farms addresses fear that the overuse of antibiotics in the chickens might reduce their effectiveness in fighting disease in people. It is a turnaround for the company, which has run commercials protecting its u

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