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Hit by floods, Kerala poultry business expects revival after Christmas

  • 16 Dec, 2018
  • India

Christmas, not Easter, will be the resurrection season for Rs 4,000-crore chicken business in Kerala. The price of Christmas poultry has been flying beyond `175 per kilo this week, after the devastating floods in the state in August had wiped out more than 25 lakh farm birds. “This scene will soon start changing on New Year eve, as farmers come together to set up a project to improve the chicken supply-chain through Brahmagiri Poultry Mission. At `44-crore investment, the project co

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Poultry turns a golden goose for Rohini Minerals

  • 16 Dec, 2018
  • India

Hyderabad: This August when US investment banking firm Goldman Sachs acquired a 60 per cent stake in Hyderabad-headquartered Rohini Minerals, it was a sign that the poultry feed business was a promising segment. The upward curve of Rohini’s business too was a proof. The company was started in 2004 as a backward integration with a capacity to make 500 tonne feed a month to mainly to cater to SR Hatcheries. But within a decade, Rohini saw the demand go up following which its capacity

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US soybeans net export sales down 11.07% on week: USDA

  • 15 Dec, 2018
  • United States

US soybean net export sales for the 2018-19 marketing year were 792,269 mt for the week ending December 6, down 11.07% from the previous week, Department of Agriculture data showed. Since the new marketing year began September 1, total commitments — cumulative exports plus outstanding sales — were reported at 24.941 million mt, 33.76% below the same period last year. The total commitments represent 48.23% of the USDA?s 51.709 million mt of exports estimated for the entire marketin

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China buys US soybeans for first time since trade war

  • 15 Dec, 2018
  • United States

China has bought US soybeans for the first time since the trade war between the two countries started in July. The country's finance ministry also confirmed it would temporarily reduce tariffs on US car imports from 40% to 15%, beginning on 1 January. The much anticipated moves follow a truce reached after Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping met in December. In announcing the tariff suspension, China said it hoped the two sides would speed negotiations. US officials haile

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Global Poultry Vaccines Market 2018 Development, Industry Trends, Key Driven Factors, Segmentation And Forecast To 2023

  • 15 Dec, 2018
  • United States

The global report of Poultry Vaccines market highlights the major issue of current economic affairs and offers the outline of the worldwide market. The Poultry Vaccines report encompasses a careful analysis of a small and economic science issue that is influencing the expansion of the market. The Poultry Vaccines market has cardinal frameworks that embody market outlook, Poultry Vaccines current methods, institution, size, revenue and latest trends of Poultry Vaccines market from 2018-

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Soya, mustard, chana rise as farmers expect higher MSP

  • 15 Dec, 2018
  • India

New Delhi: Soyabean, mustard and chana prices have shot up marginally in the spot market following election results in the growing states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh on expectations that the new government will raise MSP for these commodities.  The Congress, in its manifesto for Madhya Pradesh, had said that mandi tax will be reduced from 2.2 per cent to 1 per cent and that it will give a bonus and higher MSP for farm commodities. Similarly, in Chhattisgarh it had said th

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Proposed ban on cage farming biggest threat to poultry industry: Poultry Equipment Manufacturers Association

  • 15 Dec, 2018
  • India

HYDERABAD: India stands third in egg production and fourth in chicken production. Officials who attended the launch of the 12th edition of Poultry India Expo on Wednesday here said India’s broiler chicken production for 2018 is projected to increase by 7.5 per cent to over 4.9 million tonnes and the demand for processed chicken meat is projected to grow between 15 to 20 per cent every year.  The chief guest of the event Animal Husbandry Department joint secretary Dr OP Chaudhary sa

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India may ban its poultry and meat industry from using a growth-promoting drug linked to antibiotic-resistance

  • 15 Dec, 2018
  • India

The Indian government is reportedly looking at banning the antibiotic Colistin, which is used as a growth-promoting agent for animals, LiveMint reported. The drug in question is linked to antibiotic resistance in humans. An investigation by the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism has also found that a key supplier of chicken to fast food eateries in India uses the drug. The Indian government may ban the use of the antibiotic colistin, a drug used as a growth-promotin

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China, EU solve poultry tariff disputes under WTO framework

  • 14 Dec, 2018
  • China

BEIJING, Dec. 13 (Xinhua) -- China commended the dispute settlement mechanism of the World Trade Organization (WTO) for its important role in safeguarding the rights and interests of WTO members and maintaining international trade order, a spokesperson with the Ministry of Commerce said Thursday. Spokesperson Gao Feng made the remarks after the European Union (EU) had agreed to grant more low-tariff quotas to Chinese poultry meat, including the quotas for 5,000 tonnes of chicken meat and 6,60

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Hit by floods, Kerala poultry business expects revival after Christmas

  • 14 Dec, 2018
  • India

Christmas, not Easter, will be the resurrection season for Rs 4,000-crore chicken business in Kerala. The price of Christmas poultry has been flying beyond `175 per kilo this week, after the devastating floods in the state in August had wiped out more than 25 lakh farm birds. “This scene will soon start changing on New Year eve, as farmers come together to set up a project to improve the chicken supply-chain through Brahmagiri Poultry Mission. At `44-crore investment, the project counts

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