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FEED Business Worldwide - May 2006Editorial Calendar 2019
World poultry still looks to Asia
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DISEASE outbreaks among Asia's poultry stocks have dented confidence in the region's chickens, albeit temporarily. Global projections show poultry continuing to lead at 40 percent of total meat production, growing at an average of 3 percent annually. Is Asia's contribution meaty enough for the world's poultry market?

FBA tackles the trends and issues, with an eye on Asia.

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Editorial Lineup for 
Livestock &Feed Business Worldwide: February 2020
       
    
View Point:
  • China's pork market more than a year on since African swine fever
 
Markets:
  • China changes the way the world trades pig meat - Plagues, pigs & a powerful dragon: China's dominates the swine meat trade
     
China:
  • China Industry News

  • Feed Additives

  • Animal Health
 
Species Focus:
  • Swine    

    - China and the pork exporting continentTo be advised 
 
Company:
  • Global meat demand in ASF-affected market helps push Cargill’s quarterly profit

     
     
Agri-Tech:


  • Brazilian cattle to benefit from Australian tag technology
 
Technical:


  • AB Vista:  The role of fibre fermentation In monogastric animals: β-1, 4-endo-xylanase increases total VFA and butyric acid production in broiler ceca

  • Adisseo:  Effective mycotoxin management in breeding gilts 
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