July Business Update: What’s New in the Poultry World?

Indical Bioscience partners with Evonik

Indian Biological Sciences partnered with Evonik To develop and expand micro-monitoring solutions in poultry through the ScreenFloX service. The partnership aims to drive innovation in pathogen surveillance, disease prevention and animal care for veterinary clients and animal production. ScreenFloX combines Indical’s veterinary diagnostic capabilities with Evonik’s Precision Livestock Farming portfolio to provide analysis of the herd’s pathogen status and greater control over any actions required.

Hatchery Verbeek’s Broederij installs second Seleggt machine

Photo: Respeggt

Dutch hatchery Verbeek Broderig and German Respeggt The group has been working together since October 2021, and the first Selegt A circular machine for determining the sex of eggs has been installed at the hatchery in Zeewold. The Seleggt technology was used in full to hatching chicks using Novogen genetics and other “Free of Chick Culling” genetics. Verbeek has now decided to install a second Seleggt Circuit system at the same hatchery. This collaboration enables the annual spawning of more than 8 million female Respeggt laying hens, which will lay more than 2.5 billion eggs with the “Free of Chick Culling” label, intended primarily for the German egg market and other KAT-approved egg markets.

Aviagen partners with PAACO to enrich training for welfare auditors

Aviagen It is collaborating with the Professional Animal Auditor Certification Organization (PAACO) on a project to help promote animal welfare and auditing. The project involves creating a video series featuring animal welfare experts at Aviagen. These videos will be used as part of the PAACO Certified Auditors Continuing Education Program, which aims to help deepen their knowledge of poultry farming and the role animal welfare plays.

EuroTier 2022 prepares for the event in November

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It is expected that this year about 1,600 exhibitors from 55 countries will participate Eurotier Trade Fair 2022 will be held from November 15-18 in Hannover, Germany. The event will cover 13 halls and approximately 240 thousand square meters. The art program focuses on Transforming Animal Husbandry, part of which will be held as digital events, starting in October.

Microalgae for improved animal nutrition

Australian Novasta launched EB15, which delivers natural astaxanthin encapsulated in hydrogenated rapeseed oil for animal feed. The product is a pure algal flour derived from the microalgae Haematococcus pluvialis which, in addition to natural astaxanthin, contains proteins, carbohydrates and essential fatty acids, as well as other carotenoids including lutein, beta-carotene and xantaxanthin.

Noble Foods’ Carbon Neutral Organic Brand

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The fastest growing brand in Noble Foods a file, purely organic, became the first UK organic egg brand to receive Carbon Neutral certification from the Carbon Trust. During the one-year project approval, the Carbon Fund evaluated the CO2 emissions from each of the 13 purely organic farms, including the entire supply chain – from breeding harvesting to disposal of pulp packaging by the consumer. Each farm was given a unique carbon footprint compiled by measuring the consumption of various components, including feed, fuel, and transportation. The total carbon collected was offset by harnessing the use of wind energy. In a company-wide effort to further reduce its carbon footprint, Noble Foods is also experimenting with alternative feed sources, including pulses grown locally on UK farms.

Food development company and partner of Tyson Foods

Photo: Food Development Corporation/Tyson Foods

Tyson Foods Based in Saudi Arabia food development company Entered into a strategic partnership agreement. The parties to the agreement are Tyson Food and Agricultural Development Corporation (ADC) and Supreme Food Processing Corporation (SFPC), who are wholly owned subsidiaries of Tanmeyah. The ADC operates in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. Through the ADC, the company produces and distributes fresh produce for sale to food service providers and retailers. SFPC produces a variety of value-added pre-made chicken and beef products, with a distribution network spread across the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, UAE, Oman, Jordan and more. As part of the agreement, Tyson Foods and Development have committed to investing to expand SFPC’s processing capabilities and will result in a doubling of Tanmia’s production capacity in value-added products.

Zoetis expands its poultry portfolio

Zoetis It expanded its poultry vaccine portfolio with the introduction of Poulvac Procerta HVT-IBD-ND, a recombinant vector vaccine that provides early protection against Marek viruses, infectious bursa disease and Newcastle disease in a single dose. The backbone of the new trivalent vaccine is the virulent turkey herpes virus (HVT), which reproduces in chickens and is said to be a safe and effective vector for the delivery of key avian antigens.