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China revives the world poultry trade - but for how long?

Saturday, June 22, 2019
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China revives the world poultry trade - but for how long?
After years of disappointing growth and losing the Russian market, 233,000 tonnes of 2019's 343,000-tonne increase in world chicken imports is due to China's ASF epidemic.
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China Calcium Phosphate: Dwindling livestock inventories curtail demand
Livestock   Feed
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INVE Aquaculture announces new technological innovations
 
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Nuscience launches START+ concept for piglets
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Industry Happenings
Evonik opens 2nd methionine plant in Singapore
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Tyson Foods launches alternative protein products
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