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More from Canadian Poultry | Health | Production September 14, 2012
USDA report slashes corn and soybean forecasts
The USDA has cut its corn forecast to 122.8 bushels an acre from the 123.4 bushel prediction in August. As well, total corn production was forecasted to fall by less than 0.5 per cent from its August estimates, resulting 10.727 billion bushels.
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Iowa egg manager pleads guilty
A manager at the Iowa egg farms linked to the nationwide salmonella outbreak in 2010 pleaded guilty Wednesday for his role in a conspiracy to bribe a federal inspector to allow the sale of unapproved eggs.
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Feeding microbials and probiotics to chickens
A paper recently published in the Journal of Animal Science helps researchers further understand how microbials and probiotics affect poultry health.
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Food versus fuel debate rages on
Three commentators discuss the issue of using corn for food and fuel: Mike Giles, president of the Georgia Poultry Federation, Randall J. Doyal, CEO of Al-Corn Clean Fuel, and Emory Forrester, director of feed milling and delivery for Fieldale Farms Corp.
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Insects to help address protein deficit in feed
Scientists at the Food and Environment Research Agency (Fera) have teamed-up with multinational animal nutrition business, AB Agri, to develop novel sources of protein for livestock production. In a new three-year project, insect larvae will be grown on a diet of low-value materials to produce protein for use in the diet of farmed animals, such as poultry and fish, that naturally eat insects.
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