CPF joins hands with DSM & Blonk for sustainable protein production

CPF (Thailand) Public Company Limited signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Dutch multinational firms, Royal DSM NV, an expert in food and nutrition solutions, and Blonk Consultants, a leading firm in environmental and sustainability research in the agri-food sector, on Animal Protein Sustainability Project.   Under this MoU, CPF will apply “SustellTM”, a sustainability tool designed specifically for the livestock and agro-industry businesses to help collect data, analyze and find sustainable ways to reduce the environmental footprint in the livestock business.   The Sustell Service is the first service of its…

“We are thankful to our Prime Minister for their enduring support to Indian Poultry Industry in last 5 years” : Ramesh Khatri, President – PFI

Poultry Federation of India conducted its mega Symposium at Delhi on 23rd December after a gap of more than 2 years. After the successful conclusion of the Annual General Body meeting; Mr. Naveen Pashuparthy, M.D, Nandu Feeds, gave a brief presentation on the Modern GMT approach in Meat retailing. After the felicitation program of Press and Sponsors, Dr. Lipi Sairiwal, Ast. Commissioner DAHD, Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying presented the brief idea on Animal Husbandry Infrastructure Development Fund, a scheme by the Government of India for our Farmers.…

C.P foods brings New technologies to sustainable Corn Sourcing

CP Foods has applied new technologies to ensure that 100% of its animal feed corn is sourced from legal crop plantations with title deed, no forest encroachment and post-harvest burning. CP Foods encourages its corn collectors to apply digital tracking system and continuously shared new agricultural techniques with maize growers to boost their competitiveness, ensuring that their agriculture practices are compliance with regulations and internationally-recognized standards. This traceability system will deliver confidence that corn used by CP Foods is sourced from responsible plantation, can be traced with transparency and can be…

Probiotics Work With or Without Antibiotics

Christophe Bostvironnois, DVM, Global Poultry Product Manager; Ch. Hansen John Schleifer, DVM, DACPV, Technical Services Manager – North America; Ch. Hansen Feed additive antibiotics, including ionophores, are effective in broilers but concerns are increasing as a result of the development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria and the presence of antibiotic residues in poultry meat. Concurrently, interest in the use of probiotics in broiler production is on the rise. It is known that probiotics benefit poultry through various mechanisms by modulating the microbiome and without the negative connotations associated with antibiotics. There are…

I.E.C Chairman Suresh Rayudu will be the speaker for Industry Market Trends and Challenges at IPPE 2022

U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) will host its annual Poultry Market Intelligence Forum at the 2022 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) in Atlanta. The event will provide insight into the current markets for chicken, turkey, and egg products around the world, in addition to addressing factors that may affect these markets in 2022. This year’s forum will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022, and is free for all registered IPPE attendees. The program will include speakers sharing their expert perspectives on…

Global Animal Protein Outlook 2022 released by Rabobank

Those hoping that 2022 will bring calm after multiple market disruptions will likely be disappointed. Although markets are expected to settle somewhat in 2022, many drivers of recent change will remain. The stage is set for animal protein company leaders to find and pursue opportunities in this relatively challenging market context Higher input costs for animal protein supply chains, including animal feed, labor, energy, and freight, will be top-of-mind change drivers. These will be accompanied by ongoing change, driven by the transition to more sustainable animal protein, biosecurity challenges, and…

FAO published Report on Animal Nutrition Strategies and options to reduce the use of Antimicrobials in Animal Production

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) published a report on Animal Nutrition strategies and options to reduce the use of antimicrobials in animal production. A 55 pages report concludes Swine, Poultry, and Ruminant Animals in the studies. The concluding report covers various issues; i.e. 1. General principles of gastrointestinal digestion and defense, 2.  Dietary toolbox to support gastrointestinal defense, Dietary strategies and options for swine, 3. Dietary strategies and options for poultry, 4.  Dietary strategies and options for ruminants, 5. Health claims of dietary interventions and…

Supporting investment decisions for Animal Health | OIE

Monique ÉloitDirector-GeneralWorld Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)   Given that we live in a world of interconnectedness, the importance of data and improving datasets is paramount to achieving evidence-based policy-making at international and national levels. The Global Burden of Animal Diseases (GBADs) program will act as an essential piece of a bigger digital transformation at the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and it will act in complementarity with other OIE datasets and workstreams such as the Training Platform, Observatory, and PVS Pathway. The PVS Pathway is an OIE flagship program that aims to…

Potential of Essential Oil Blend in Poultry Production

Dr. Koushik De, Technical ServicesDirector- SCANovus International The efficient conversion of feed into its basic components for optimal nutrient absorption is vital for both broiler and broiler breeder production and welfare. Gut health, an intricate and complex area combining nutrition, microbiology, immunology, and physiology, has a key role to play. When gut health is compromised, digestion and nutrient absorption are affected which, in turn, can have a detrimental effect on feed conversion leading to economic loss and a greater susceptibility to disease. The industry has made huge efforts in recent…