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Perfect storm hits Kazakhstan egg industry

  • 24 Aug 10:36

Perfect storm hits Kazakhstan egg industry The Kazakhstan egg industry is in troubled waters due to state aid ending, feed shortages, and the fall out of the Covid pandemic on its export markets. During the first six months of 2020, Kazakhstan produced 2.6 billion eggs, which is 5.6% less than last year, and the worst is still to come. By the end of 2020, the country’s egg industry could collapse, the Kazakh Egg Producers Association warned. The production could fall further from 4.5 billion in 2019 to 2 or 3 billion eggs in 2020, as small and medium-sized egg farms would be forced to cease operation, said Maxim Bozhko, chairman of the Egg Producers Association. Most countries in the Eurasia Economy. Read more...

Singapore opens its market for Ukrainian poultry

  • 20 Dec 09:19

Singapore opens its market for Ukrainian poultry Ukrainian poultry producers have received approval for the export of poultry, poultry meat and products, eggs and egg products to Singapore. Ukraine’s State Food Safety and Consumer Protection Service announced that Singapore's veterinary watchdog, the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA), has approved Ukraine's application for the export of poultry meat and poultry products to the Asian country. Eight Ukrainian producers received approval to export their products following the inspection of their production facilities from July 29 to August 6. A form of veterinary certificate between the competent authorities of Ukraine and. Read more...

Layers in Siberia

  • 14 Sep 10:42

Layers in Siberia Zarya poultry farm, near the Siberian city of Krasnojarsk is 100% Russian. That said, the hens and also the farm equipment stem from Western Europe. Poultry World took a look at the 1.1 million layers housed in non-forgiving Siberia. At the end of May the egg storage of Zarya poultry farm is close to empty. Only about 10% of the 15 million egg-storage space is in use. The sales are running well, explained deputy director of the poultry farm Tatjana Totskaya. The forklift driver moves a pallet with freshly packaged eggs to its designated place. Besides that, it is quiet in the immense warehouse. With dozens of rows of meter high shelves, the warehouse brings the Swedish. Read more...

In-feed antibiotics still used in Russian poultry

  • 6 Dec 08:43

In-feed antibiotics still used in Russian poultry Recently Russian watchdog Rospotrebnadzor instituted an administrative proceeding against Canskaya Poultry Farm in Krasnoyarsk Krai, following the identification of metronidazole residues in several egg shipments that the farm supplied to the regional market. It seems the industry still relies on in-feed antibiotics. Due to regulations, the watchdog temporarily suspended operations to avoid further violations, but this case has turned out to be only the tip of the iceberg. In the opinion of analysts, the violations at Canskaya is evidence that antibiotic usage in Russian poultry farming remains a serious problem. Russian veterinary and sanitary authorities. Read more...

USDA Bi-Weekly International Meat, Poultry & Egg Review - 10 July 2015

  • 13 Jul 11:42

USDA Bi-Weekly International Meat, Poultry & Egg Review - 10 July 2015 International Trade Highlights: US Chicken Leg Quarter Export Update Based on data, the US shipped a total of 131,876 metric tons (MT) of chicken leg quarters in May 2015, 2% lower than April 2015 (134,850 MT) and 1% lower than May 2014 (133,378 MT). A more drastic difference was seen in export values as the US shipped a total of $101,886,000 of chicken leg quarters in May 2015, 7% lower than April 2015 ($109,003,000) and 29% lower than May 2014 ($144,361,000). The US exported a total of 14,787 MT of chicken leg quarters to Angola in May 2015 with 13,168 MT to Mexico, 9,882 MT to Cuba, 7,658 MT to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), 6,845 MT to Taiwan, 6,757 MT to Iraq,. Read more...