Farming is often accused of contributing to environmental damage. It is worth taking a closer look at how poultry production contributes to greenhouse gas emissions and learn how it’s impact can be reduced.
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? is a classic question. But, for leaders of African countries, international charity organizations and large development funds that try to address the global hunger problem, chicken and eggs may provide a credible answer.
Many countries around the world witness a sharp increase in egg consumption over the Easter period. This seasonal jump has an immediate impact on the planning of egg production, when flocks are introduced and culled, and it also affects international trade.
Many businesses close down and ask their workers to continue working from home during a crisis such as the recent outbreak. In the poultry and livestock industry we have no such option. Here are some practical tips that can help all of us to weather the crisis.
Supermarket chains play a major role in deciding which kind of chickens and eggs will end up on our plate, but their motives might not always match consumer's best interests.
The fall in the pork supply and the consequent rise in price will have a spillover effect, which will be translated into higher demand for chicken and other poultry meat.