• 04/09/2014
    Aviagen Hosts Viking Invasion!

    Aviagen® recently hosted a visit to Edinburgh, Scotland, for one of its Norwegian Ross® Parent Stock (PS) customers, Hå Rugeri, and a number of their customers and suppliers. The four-day trip provided the visitors with an opportunity to hear from Aviagen experts and learn abo... Read more »

  • 04/07/2014
    Aviagen Rowan Ranger accepted for use by Freedom Food producers

    Commitment to continuous development made The Rowan Ranger®, a new, slower-growing bird from Aviagen®, has been assessed by the RSPCA welfare assessment protocol and is now accepted for use under the RSPCA’s ‘Freedom Food’ scheme in the UK. Freedom Food chicken producers... Read more »

  • 04/04/2014
    Series of firsts celebrated at latest Aviagen European Technical Managers’ Meeting

    More than 40 attendees participated in the latest meeting of the Aviagen® European Technical Managers’ Team. Held in Leuven, Belgium, the Technical Managers from Aviagen’s European business units saw a number of ‘firsts’ at the meeting, including a new training technique... Read more »

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    L’energia è spesso considerata la “ il carburante della vita”. Questa è necessaria per il mantenimento dei metabolismi di base (mantenimento energetico). Questo articolo ha lo scopo di fornire uno strumento da utilizzare quando si prendono decisioni sulla alimentazione dei riproduttori. 

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    One of the most challenging aspects of managing any generation of birds is that of environmental control in open-sided houses. In regions where the hot weather season can see temperatures reaching 40C (104F), it is essential to pay extra attention to bird management.

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    One of the most challenging aspects of managing any generation of birds is that of environmental control in open-sided houses. In regions where the hot weather season can see temperatures reaching 40C (104F), it is essential to pay extra attention to bird management.

  • 02/25/2014
    Broiler Economics: Lower Grain Costs in 2014, Feb. 2014

    The world poultry industry can look forward to significantly lower feed costs in 2014. Corn and wheat prices are already down significantly from last year while soybean meal is still a problem. Meal is still stubbornly expensive but is likely to drop in price sometime this year.

  • 01/07/2014
    Broiler Economics: Feed Costs Coming Back Down to Earth, Dec. 2013

    After  three  years  of  record  high  feed  costs,  the  world  poultry industry is finally getting some relief. Corn and wheat prices are down and soybean meal will soon follow. After a long bull market in grain, it is likely that the next few years will see a bear market in grains; a market that mostly goes down with, of course, the usual fluctuations.

  • 10/18/2013
    Broiler Economics: Partial Government Shutdown, Oct. 2013

    Agricultural producers, traders, and analysts are flying blind this month. Because of the partial US government shutdown, the USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report is not being published....Using  information  from  private  sources,  it  appears  that  the   corn  harvest,  while  not  as  good  as  previously  expected,  will be much better than last year and therefore prices will be lower.