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More from Canadian Poultry | Health | Production August 3, 2012
Argentina to become world's 4th largest poultry producer
Industry Minister Debora Giorgi says Argentina is on track to become the fourth largest producer of poultry meat within a few years. Since 2003, the country has tripled its poultry production, doubled the level of per capita consumption and export became tenfold from US $65 million to US $650 million. Argentina is now the ninth largest producer of poultry meat, producing 1.6 million tonnes.
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Livestock and poultry organizations urge U.S. government to waive RFS
As drought conditions become the worst in 50 years and corn yields are expected to drop significantly, a coalition of meat and poultry organizations asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to waive the federal mandate for the production of corn ethanol.
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Merial takes its worldwide forum to Rome
More than 250 veterinarians and poultry production specialists from 36 countries in Europe, the Middle East, North and South America and Africa participated in the Merial Avian Forum in Italy's capital city in early July. The Forum provided an opportunity to share updates on avian immunosuppressive diseases and novel vector vaccine technology.
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Novel AI virus has infected aquatic mammals
A new strain of influenza virus found in harbour seals could represent a threat to wildlife and human health, according to the authors of a study appearing July 31 in mBio, the online open-access journal of the American Society for Microbiology. The novel H3N8 virus raises fears that a new mammalian-transmissible virus to which humans have not been exposed has arisen.
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Harkness unveils new Steiner 440 tractor
Jim Harkness Equipment Ltd. has introduced a new Steiner 440 tractor, which features more power and increased versatility. The New 440 4-wheel Drive Tractor is bolder, better and more powerful... and yet it retains the compact, highly manoeuvrable and easily versatile attributes of its predecessor, the 430.
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