A feasibility study is a vital tool to establish the viability of any poultry or livestock project. This should be the basis to inform the “go-no go” decision.
The rendering of protein – taking all chicken parts that are not required to be eaten and rendering them into a valuable product – appears to hide in the shadow of the poultry industry, but recent evidence indicates that it deserves greater attention.
When planning an integrated layer project for pullets, the most important issue is to secure the ability to supply a uniform quantity of eggs to the market at any given time.
Climate change can worsen the intensity of tropical storms, such as hurricanes and typhoons, in several ways, including by making record rainfall more likely and by causing sea levels to rise, which can raise the risk of storm surges.
Once upon a time, choosing which eggs to buy was a simple mission, but today consumers have been faced with a wide variety of choices with confusing names.
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.