Market trends in the latest edition of Poultry World

Published Mar 7, 2024

Tridge summary

The latest edition of Poultry World discusses various trends and threats in the poultry sector, including financing methods, Poland's role in the EU, avian influenza risk, and the meat substitutes market. It highlights the expansion of the BRICS+ countries in global chicken meat and shell egg production, and the benefits of on-farm hatching in reducing antibiotic use. The article also emphasizes the role of light in broiler production and the potential impact of climate risks on the sector, with North American livestock companies potentially facing an 11% reduction in profit margins due to rising feed prices and projected carbon taxes.
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Original content

In this edition of Poultry World, specialists from Rabobank discuss trends and threats within the poultry sector. We investigate how on-farm hatching reduces the need for antibiotics, and take a look at how climate risks could jeopardise profits in the poultry farming in the near future. This and more in the latest edition of Poultry World. Rabobank experts Jeroen van den Hurk and Nan Dirk Mulder discuss trends and threats within the poultry sector, including the different ways agricultural companies are financed, Poland’s position as a poultry producer in the EU, the continued risk of avian influenza, and the meat substitutes market. At their meeting in South Africa, the current 5 BRICS member countries decided to admit 6 more countries on 1 January 2024. BRICS+ includes Egypt, Argentina, Ethiopia, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, to create a political and economic counterweight to the West, which, in 2021, also contributed 38.5% to the global production of chicken meat and 52% to ...
Source: Poultryworld
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