India's Apr-June poultry demand seen upbeat: Rabobank
The demand for poultry products is likely to remain strong in the April-June period of this year, mainly due to holiday period.
Oman bans poultry imports from India
Oman has barred import of poultry and poultry products from India for a second time this year following an outbreak of bird flu virus in Karnataka.
Soaring power, input costs vex poultry sector
The poultry industry has been struggling with low margins with overproduction and a rise in raw material prices.
Avian Flu in Karnataka hits poultry exports
As the poultry industry is rocked by yet another avian flu attack in Karnataka, major companies and states are taking precautionary measures fearing a ban on sales and exports.
'Novel Chinese coronavirus may have transmitted to humans from snakes'
According to the researchers, including Wei Ji from Peking University Health Science Centre in China, patients who became infected with the coronavirus -- named 2019-nCoV by the World Health Organization (WHO) -- were exposed to wildlife animals at a wholesale market, where seafood, poultry, snake, bats, and farm animals were sold.
Government may challenge World Trade Organization’s order to lift ban on US poultry imports
Talks with stakeholders continue on protecting growing domestic poultry industry from inflow of US chicken legs, which are cheaper by about Rs 100/kg.
India bans imports on account of avian influenza; to challenge WTO order on US poultry
Fearing loss of business, local poultry players have been pressing the government to take steps to ensure that the US doesn't dump chicken legs.
Bird flu scare: Central Poultry Development Organisation stops bird, egg supplies
Nearly 35 geese had died in the Sukhna lake recently under mysterious circumstances with one of the geese being tested positive for avian influenza.
Indo-US poultry case: India may challenge World Trade Organisation panel ruling
India has 60 days to appeal before the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organisation against the decision of the dispute settlement panel.
US hauls India to WTO on poultry ban
India claims that the import ban is aimed at preventing avian influenza, but it has not given scientific evidence on avian-influenza control, US Trade Representative said
Tepid local demand and Oman ban hit India's poultry business
A lull in domestic consumption, continued ban on Indian eggs by Oman and costlier feed have dragged down poultry prices.
Poor households will get goats, poultry in Bihar: Nitish Kumar
"Every poor family will get three goats each through self -help groups (SHGs) as part of a development plan," Kumar said at a function here.
Anmol Feeds plans to set up one shrimp feed unit at Kolkata
While the unit in Kolkata will be set up at a cost of Rs 25 crore, the floating fish feed unit will require an investment of Rs 30 crore.
Missions to take up ban on Indian poultry overseas: Government
The minister said the country has taken up the matter with Indian Missions abroad requesting them to take up the issue with respective authorities for lifting of the ban.
Changing eating habits to drive poultry business growth: B Soundararajan, Chairman, Suguna Poultry Farm
Kerala is one of the few states where non-vegetarian food is consumed regularly. But in the earlier days, it was taken only once a week.
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