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To celebrate its 70-year success story and launch its new company logo, H&N gathered its distributors and customers in a two-day event in Bangkok. All these customers shared the same vision and experience: H&N layers are persistent and highly productive. Moreover they produce high quality eggs, meeting the demands of modern consumers.
Lohmann Tierzucht have their headquarters in Cuxhaven, Germany and are one of the most important worldwide specialists in the field of layer breeding. A LTZ pedigree breeding centre is situated in York, Ontario, Canada. And the 52nd Franchise Distributors Meeting of the Lohmann Tierzucht was held in Niagara Falls, Canada, for showing this important pedigree breeding centre.
ROXELL, with head office in Maldegem, Belgium, is the worldwide leader in automatic feeding and drinking systems for the poultry and pig industry. At end of May directors, sales managers and technical managers of all Roxell top distributors from all over the world gathered in Seville (Spain) for Roxell’s International Distributor Seminar.
Salmonella is a major zoonotic foodborne pathogen causing gastric illness worldwide. Egg or egg product related Salmonella poisoning is a major concern for the egg industry. Salmonella Typhimurium (S. Typhimurium) is the most frequently reported serovar in egg related food poisoning outbreaks in Australia
Jacco Wagelaar, the Twinpack Managing Director launched a new Twinpack separate business in January 2016, named Twinpack Special Product. The new-born company deals with special packaging systems for the global egg industry.
Russia’s Rusgrain Ufa Holding signs to SmartPro™ from Pas Reform for new Turbaslinkie hatchery. Located in Blagoveshchensk district, in the Republic of Bashkortostan, the new hatchery will produce 42 million eggs annually.
The changing sectoral and regional patterns of the Dutch poultry and egg industries as well as of the trade with poultry and egg products are analysed. The close trade relations between the Netherlands and Germany are also documented and the trend to develop new markets for shell eggs and poultry meat outside the EU can be as well observed.
Focus on benefits of heat treatment to reduce embryonic mortality caused by prolonged storage in avian species. Current technology allows being more accurate and the process with consistent results irrespective of egg age, breed, size, egg weight or storage time of the loaded eggs.