Russia bans Hungarian poultry over bird flu 26 Jun 2006, 11:16 GMT
26th Jun 2006, BUDAPEST: Russia has banned poultry imports from Hungary to prevent the spread of the bird flu virus, the Agriculture Ministry said on Monday.
The ban, effective from 23... Russia bans Hungarian poultry over bird flu
EU Feed production down for 2006 23 Jun 2006, 23:59 GMT
23rd June 2006, LONDON: Estimates released by the 'European Compound Feed Manufacturers Federation' Friday showed that the production of both EU cattle and pig feed was expected to be 1%... EU Feed production down for 2006
UK: Organic Chicken industry booming 15 Jun 2006, 06:39 GMT
15th June 2006, DEVON: British supermarket chain Sainsbury's reached an agreement with Devon poultry processor Lloyd Maunder to increase supplies of organic poultry. The deal follows the Devon... UK: Organic Chicken industry booming
EU Oilseed markets impacted by biodiesel 14 Jun 2006, 06:27 GMT
14th June 2006, BRUSSELS: The European Union oilseed situation is largely influenced by the demand for biodiesel. Despite the two last years record harvests of rapeseed the demand for rapeseed oil... EU Oilseed markets impacted by biodiesel
European Union Upholds ADM Fines 01 Jun 2006, 06:57 GMT
June 1st 2006, BRUSSELS: The European Court of Justice has thrown out Archer Daniels Midland's appeal over allegations of an amino acids cartel. The Court confirmed that, when setting the... European Union Upholds ADM Fines
Profits rise for Carrs despite a tough year 26 Apr 2006, 06:06 GMT
26th Apr, 2006: Cumbria, UK - PROFITS at Cumbria-based Carr’s Milling Industries have soared again as the agriculture, food and engineering group announced another strong half-year.... Profits rise for Carrs despite a tough year
Talks spark job loss fears at feed mill 25 Apr 2006, 07:18 GMT
25th Apr, 2006: Penrith, UK - A MAJOR review of operations at an animal feed mill near Penrith has sparked job loss fears.
Talks between workers and company bosses at Carrs Billington... Talks spark job loss fears at feed mill
Harvest gold 20 Apr 2006, 03:40 GMT
20th Apr, 2006: Dublin, Ireland - Software, like clothing, is not a one-size-fits-all trade. In the case of the agribusiness firm Charles R Wynne some clever tailoring to an off-the-shelf... Harvest gold
Bird flu fears soar sky-high 27 Mar 2006, 01:39 GMT
27th March - UK: A MOTHER living on a starling-infested estate is making her son wear a mask to clean bird mess off their car – because of bird flu fears.
Since thousands of starlings... Bird flu fears soar sky-high
Finland: Lännen Tehtaat Oyj: First action for the joint venture of lännen tehtaat and raisio in Russ 22 Mar 2006, 23:29 GMT
22nd March, 2006: HELSINKI - ZAO Scandic Feed, the fifty-fifty owned joint venture of Lännen Tehtaat and
Raisio, has acquired the control of ZAO Tosno Feed Factory specialized in feed... Finland: Lännen Tehtaat Oyj: First action for the joint venture of lännen tehtaat and raisio in Russ
Europe's Bird-Flu Fears Cause Global Economic Ripples 04 Mar 2006, 15:42 GMT
3rd March, 2006: BRUSSELS - Italians are so loath to eat chicken amid avian-flu fears that poultry farmers there are stocking their farms with fewer birds, which in turn is depressing soybean and... Europe's Bird-Flu Fears Cause Global Economic Ripples
Bird flu sees wheat values slide 23 Feb 2006, 23:00 GMT
23th Feb, 2006 - The threat of avian flu has caused wheat values to slip this week as poultry feed manufacturers avoid committing to any large tonnages.
Fears that demand for UK poultry... Bird flu sees wheat values slide
Belgium Monitors Small Number of Farms for Dioxin 23 Feb 2006, 05:16 GMT
15th Feb, 2006: BRUSSELS - Belgium will keep 76 farms under surveillance as a precaution against more cases of dioxin being found in animal feed but has now lifted its general quarantine, its... Belgium Monitors Small Number of Farms for Dioxin
Bird flu virus could be resistant to Tamiflu 23 Feb 2006, 05:16 GMT
15th Feb, 2006: BRUSSELS - While problem is rare, there is concern over potential failure of only drug available to treat the deadly disease.
Belgium will keep 76 farms under... Bird flu virus could be resistant to Tamiflu
Europe Sets Maximum Levels for Dioxins and PCBs in Food and Feed 23 Feb 2006, 05:12 GMT
13th Feb, 2006: BRUSSELS, Belgium - The European Commission Friday adopted new implementing legislation setting maximum levels for the sum of dioxins and dioxin-like polychlorinated biphenyls... Europe Sets Maximum Levels for Dioxins and PCBs in Food and Feed