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Thursday, February 26, 2004
Indonesia To Start Exporting Corn in Late March
February 26, 2004 Indonesia To Start Exporting Corn in Late March Indonesia is expected to begin exporting corn in late March, traders and industry officials said on Thursday. "I have heard that some corn is being offered for export since t ...
Thursday, February 26, 2004
Indonesian Soybean Markets Review and Outlook
February 26, 2004 Indonesian Soybean Markets Review and Outlook Soybean Although several factors continue to limit growth of soybean production in Indonesia, the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) is still striving to boost production. In 2004, ...
Thursday, February 26, 2004
Indonesian Soymeal Demand To Fall By 12% Due To Bird Flu
February 26, 2004 Indonesian Soymeal Demand To Fall By 12% Due To Bird Flu Indonesian soymeal consumption is expected to fall around 12% due to the bird flu outbreak that slowed both poultry and animal feed production, a senior industry off ...
Thursday, February 19, 2004
Marginal Fall In Indonesian 2003 Soybean Output
February 19, 2004 Marginal Fall In Indonesian 2003 Soybean Output Dry soybean output in Indonesia dropped 0.09 per cent to 670,000 tons in 2003 year-on-year. The Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) attributed the decline to smaller harvest a ...
Tuesday, February 17, 2004
Indonesia Believes Good Sanitation Key To Driving Out Bird Flu
February 17, 2004 Indonesia Believes Good Sanitation Key To Driving Out Bird Flu Good sanitation of chicken coops is the key in driving out the bird flu virus, while use of vaccines are only needed on farms already ravaged by the disease, G ...
Monday, February 16, 2004
Indonesia Unconcerned As Chickens Hit By Bird Flu A Minority
February 16, 2004 Indonesia Unconcerned As Chickens Hit By Bird Flu A Minority Only 0.04% of poultry in Indonesia have been infected with bird flu, Agriculture Minister Bungaran Saragih said. This means out of the 1 billion chickens in the ...
Friday, February 13, 2004
Indonesian Poultry Farmers Hit Hard By Bird Flu
February 13, 2004 Indonesian Poultry Farmers Hit Hard By Bird Flu Poultry farmers in Indonesia have been hit hard by the bird flu outbreaks in the country. First, the government's decision to mass culling of chickens and now declining deman ...
Thursday, February 12, 2004
Indonesia's Belfood Sees Poultry Sales Suffer On Bird Flu
February 12, 2004 Indonesia's Belfood Sees Poultry Sales Suffer On Bird Flu Indonesian frozen food manufacturer PT Belfoods, whose products include chicken nuggets, crispy fried chicken and chicken wings and fillets under the brands Belfood ...
Wednesday, February 11, 2004
Indonesia Bans US Poultry Imports On Bird Flu
February 11, 2004 Indonesia Bans US Poultry Imports On Bird Flu Indonesia said Wednesday it will join a growing list of countries that have banned poultry imports from the U.S., which has been hit by a mild outbreak of bird flu. The Ministr ...
Friday, February 6, 2004
Indonesia To Cull 10 Million Chickens To Curb Bird Flu
February 5, 2004 Indonesia To Cull 10 Million Chickens To Curb Bird Flu Indonesia will cull ten million chickens infected with bird flu, as the government grapples with the rapid spread of the avian disease. "About 10 million chickens need ...
Thursday, February 5, 2004
CJ's Lysine Plant in Indonesia Hit by Flood; More Than 1000 Tons of Lysine Damaged (February 5, 2004)
February 5, 2004 CJ's Lysine Plant in Indonesia Hit by Flood; More Than 1000 Tons of Lysine Damaged (February 5, 2004) An eFeedLink Exclusive Report   According to CJ office in Hong Kong, its lysine production plant in East Java, Indonesia, ...
Tuesday, February 3, 2004
Indonesia Confirms H5N1 Bird Flu Strain
February 3, 2004 Indonesia Confirms H5N1 Bird Flu Strain The Indonesian government confirmed that the bird flu virus currently sweeping through the country is the same H5N1 strain as the one that has jumped to humans elsewhere in Asia. But ...
Monday, February 2, 2004
Indonesia Suffers Massive Bird Flu Losses
February 2, 2004 Indonesia Suffers Massive Bird Flu Losses Indonesia has suffered 7.7 trillion rupiah in losses from the outbreak of bird flu, the daily Bisnis Indonesia reports. The disease, which was detected in October, has also caused 1 ...
Friday, January 30, 2004
Bird Flu Set To Cost Indonesia US$914 Million
January 30, 2004 Bird Flu Set To Cost Indonesia US$914 Million The bird flu outbreak in Indonesia will cost the country financial loss amounting to Rp7.7 trillion (US$914 million). On top of that, 1.25 million of its people are likely to lo ...
Friday, January 30, 2004
Contaminated Pork Causes 38 Deaths In Indonesia
January 30, 2004 Contaminated Pork Causes 38 Deaths In Indonesia Thirty-eight people died after eating contaminated pork in a remote village in Indonesia's easternmost province of Papua, a local official said Thursday. Hundreds of villagers ...

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