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Newcastle disease Chaos In Romania

February 25, 2014

NEW ZEALAND - The Egg Producers Federation predicts that the rising cost of grain will force egg prices up within the next few months - due to the Australian drought the next few months - due to the Australian drought the next few months - due to the Australian drought the next few months - due to the Australian drought the next few months - due to the Australian...

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SoyaMax Launch

February 25, 2014

The production of Soybean De-oiled Cake (DOC), one of the major raw material for the production of animal and poultry feed, has now started in Nepal. Probiotech Ind. Pvt. Ltd takes its pride to announce the first ever production of Soy DOC in the country. Our company has been successfully introducing cutting edge products and technologies in the agriculture sector since a decade now. The...

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Bhutan Reports New Bird Flu Outbreak

February 25, 2014

BHUTAN - One new outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) has been reported.
The veterinary authority send Follow Up Report No. 3 dated 25 March to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE).

It describes one outbreak of HPAI in a village poultry flock at Burkhey in the region of Chhukha, which is in the west of the country and borders the Indian state of...

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Egg whites may fight poultry infections

February 25, 2014

Scientists have found proteins in egg whites that could be used to fight infections which cost the chicken industry billions of pounds each year.

Researchers from The Roslin Institute, at The University of Edinburgh, have discovered that these recently-identified proteins have properties that could be harnessed to combat bugs such as E-coli. The research focused on a family of...

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