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  • Environmental contaminant found in organic egg yolks in Denmark
    by Tony McDougal on 30 Jan 2023 at 12:00 pm

    Organic egg yolks containing the environmental contaminant per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have been discovered in Denmark. Likely to have been transferred via fishmeal, which is included in feed for organic hens, the discovery has prompted concerns that children who eat many organic eggs could be at risk. The contamination was found by the Danish

  • Changes in feed composition
    by Treena Hein on 30 Jan 2023 at 10:45 am

    How the inclusion of more fibrous co-products affects the energy needed during processing, pelletability and more. Today’s feed pellets include starch-rich ingredients such as cereal grains, both as a source of nutrients and as a binding agent. However, due to global population growth, pellet compositions are changing in many markets around the the world. Starch-rich

  • Seaweed as a novel protein source for broilers
    by Melanie Epp on 27 Jan 2023 at 7:00 am

    In a new study researchers at Wageningen University & Research evaluated the digestibility and overall performance of seaweed as a protein for broilers In the study, Wageningen University & Research PhD candidate Lotte Stokvis, under the supervision of professor of animal nutrition and dean of research Wouter Hendriks, and Drs Rene Kwakkel and Jeroen Kals

  • Post-antibiotic era: Managing antibiotic resistance in livestock
    by Samaneh Azarpajouh on 26 Jan 2023 at 8:00 am

    The growing world population has increased the demand for meat, egg, and milk products and has led to a rapid growth in the scale of livestock enterprises globally. Therefore, livestock production intensification would likely increase the animal density and the need to administer antimicrobial substances. According to the World Health Organization more than 70% of

  • 2022 world feed production dips slightly
    by Chris McCullough on 26 Jan 2023 at 7:00 am

    New figures just released indicate world feed production in 2022 dipped slightly by 0.42% to 1.266 billion tonnes, compared to the previous term. Factors such as disease, weather, and the brutal invasion of Ukraine all hindered production in Europe, which bore the brunt of the impact. Data from 142 countries The latest statistics, including data

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  • Young families cutting back on meat due to cost, new research reveals
    by Chloe Ryan on 30 Jan 2023 at 6:00 am

    New research from Red Tractor and YouGov has revealed that families with young children (aged 11 years and under) are most affected by the cost of food and are cutting […] The post Young families cutting back on meat due to cost, new research reveals appeared first on Poultry News.

  • Wynnstay alters layer diets to reduce phosphate excretion
    by Chloe Ryan on 27 Jan 2023 at 10:12 am

    Recent changes to Wynnstay poultry diets have shown a 13.4% reduction in poultry phosphate excretion can be achieved through simple diet changes, which lowers the levels of monocalcium phosphate (MCP) […] The post Wynnstay alters layer diets to reduce phosphate excretion appeared first on Poultry News.

  • Egg producers prepare for free-range eggs to be sold as barn
    by Chloe Ryan on 26 Jan 2023 at 6:00 am

    Free-range egg producers will begin to have their products labelled as ‘barn eggs’ from 1 February, following 16 weeks of compulsory housing measures to try and protect birds against avian […] The post Egg producers prepare for free-range eggs to be sold as barn appeared first on Poultry News.

  • 2 Sisters announces plans to close processing plant at Llangefni
    by Chloe Ryan on 25 Jan 2023 at 7:59 pm

    Hundreds of jobs are at risk after 2 Sisters announced plans to close its processing plant at Llangefni, Anglesea. The company has begun a consultation on the closure, which would […] The post 2 Sisters announces plans to close processing plant at Llangefni appeared first on Poultry News.

  • Moy Park secures listings for new breaded lines in Asda
    by Chloe Ryan on 25 Jan 2023 at 6:00 am

    Moy Park has secured a contract to list an additional nine product lines to all Asda stores across Northern Ireland from March. The range includes garlic & herb kievs, tempura […] The post Moy Park secures listings for new breaded lines in Asda appeared first on Poultry News.

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  • UK laying hen flock shows signs of recovery
    by Ken Randall on 26 Jan 2023 at 8:19 pm

    Tentative signs that the UK egg flock may have finally bottomed out have emerged in the latest chick placing data from Defra. Figures for day-old pullet placings have now been The post UK laying hen flock shows signs of recovery appeared first on Poultry Network.

  • Lion eggs become barn following end of East Anglia 16-week derogation
    by Jake Davies on 26 Jan 2023 at 3:22 pm

    BRITISH Lion egg farmers will move as one to labelling eggs as barn following the end of the 16-week marketing derogation for housed free-range hens in East Anglia. Pallets of The post Lion eggs become barn following end of East Anglia 16-week derogation appeared first on Poultry Network.

  • 2 Sisters Food Group proposes closure of Llangefni plant
    by Jake Davies on 25 Jan 2023 at 2:19 pm

    2 SISTERS FOOD GROUP has said it intends to close its poultry processing facility in Llangefni on Ynys Mon (Anglesey). In a statement, the firm said it needed to make The post 2 Sisters Food Group proposes closure of Llangefni plant appeared first on Poultry Network.

  • BFREPA launches UK roadshow to tackle ‘sector crisis’
    by Jake Davies on 25 Jan 2023 at 8:57 am

    THE British Free Range Egg Producers’ Association (BFREPA) is to host a series of meetings across the UK to discuss challenges such as avian influenza, egg prices and production costs. The post BFREPA launches UK roadshow to tackle ‘sector crisis’ appeared first on Poultry Network.

  • Noble Foods joins water stewardship programme
    by Jake Davies on 24 Jan 2023 at 10:58 am

    NOBLE FOODS has joined a collective programme to enhance water security both for people and the natural environment. The Water Roadmap is part of the Courtauld Commitment 2030, a voluntary The post Noble Foods joins water stewardship programme appeared first on Poultry Network.

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  • PIL selects Lloyd’s Register to boost fleet energy efficiency
    by Themis Karalis on 30 Jan 2023 at 7:30 pm

    Singapore-based shipping company Pacific International Lines (PIL) has engaged Lloyd’s Register fleet optimisation experts, i4 Insight, to help the company reduce emissions and maximise fleet performance with a four-year fleet-wide agreement. The i4 Insight platform powers PIL’s recently opened Centre for Maritime Efficiency (CME), which uses shoreside routing services as the technological backbone for achieving The post PIL selects Lloyd’s Register to boost fleet energy efficiency appeared first on Container News.

  • EUROGATE Technical Services GMBH orders Agilon automated warehouse solution from Konecranes
    by Ioanna Kontos on 30 Jan 2023 at 6:40 pm

    EUROGATE Technical Services GmbH has bought Konecranes’ Agilon warehousing system to provide 24-hour, simple, and secure access to commodities in an energy-efficient and completely trackable manner. The solution is used for vehicle repair operations at EUROGATE’s Bremerhaven harbour terminal in Germany. The order was booked in the third quarter of 2022. The Agilon automated material The post EUROGATE Technical Services GMBH orders Agilon automated warehouse solution from Konecranes appeared first on Container News.

  • Port of Rotterdam sees slight drop in accidents
    by Themis Karalis on 30 Jan 2023 at 5:30 pm

    The Port of Rotterdam Authority reported a slight decrease in accidents in 2022. In particular, 137 accidents occurred in the Dutch port, compared to 141 in 2021. At the same time, there was a small increase in sea-going vessels that arrived at the port in 2022 with 29,029 ships reaching Rotterdam compared to 28,876 in The post Port of Rotterdam sees slight drop in accidents appeared first on Container News.

  • PSA’s BDP International announces new financial officers
    by Ioanna Kontos on 30 Jan 2023 at 4:35 pm

    BDP International, a part of the PSA Group, a supplier of supply chain, transportation, and logistics solutions, has appointed Vincent Ng as chief financial officer (CFO) and Eileen Graber as deputy CFO. Ng will work in Antwerp, Belgium, and Graber in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US. Ng will oversee all financial operations within BDP’s global network of The post PSA’s BDP International announces new financial officers appeared first on Container News.

  • Port of Valencia surpasses 5 million TEUs in 2022
    by Ioanna Kontos on 30 Jan 2023 at 3:11 pm

    Port Authority of Valencia (PAV) has reported 5,052,272 TEUs in 2022, a decline of 9.85% compared with box volumes in the previous year. At the same time, 79,365,321 tonnes of goods were transported via the Spanish port, translating to a 6.92% drop year-on-year. Transit containers decreased by 16.91% in the port of Valencia in 2022 The post Port of Valencia surpasses 5 million TEUs in 2022 appeared first on Container News.

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  • Diana Shipping fixes newly delivered ultramax to Engelhart
    by Adis Ajdin on 30 Jan 2023 at 3:22 pm

    New York-listed Diana Shipping has chartered out its ultramax bulker to Engelhart CTP Freight, hot on the heels of the vessel’s delivery from Sea Trade Holdings. The Greek owner has fixed the 2016-built ship, formerly known as STH Kure, through to between January 10, 2024, and March 25, 2024 at $14,200 per day. The charter …

  • Fredly and Blystad sell down in Hunter
    by Adis Ajdin on 30 Jan 2023 at 3:01 pm

    Norwegian investors Arne Fredly and Arne Blystad have both offloaded a chunk of Oslo-listed investment firm Hunter Group. Fredly’s AF Capital sold around 22.3m shares for NOK1.76m ($177,717) and now owns 168.5m shares in the company corresponding to a 29,29% stake. Meanwhile, Blystad’s Songa Capital has disposed of some 28,7m shares for an undisclosed amount …

  • Amer Shipping contracts bulker newbuilds at Concordia Damen
    by Adis Ajdin on 30 Jan 2023 at 2:26 pm

    Dutch inland shipping company Amer Shipping has contracted compatriot yard Concordia Damen for a pair of bulk carrier newbuilds. The 110-m-long in-house-developed newbuilds named CDS Dry Cargo 110 have been designed to transport a lot of tonnage at a low draft and with a relatively small footprint, due to their optimised hull shape for low …

  • CMA CGM earmarks $218m for decarbonisation of French shipping sector 
    by Adis Ajdin on 30 Jan 2023 at 11:01 am

    French liner CMA CGM has initiated a call for projects targeted at startups and businesses working on solutions to step up the pace of decarbonisation within all areas of the French shipping sector. The Marseille-based company is offering €200m ($218.2m) out of its $1.5bn energy transition fund to all companies operating in the maritime industry …

  • Restis family in for DH Shipbuilding suezmaxes
    by Adis Ajdin on 30 Jan 2023 at 10:00 am

    Greece’s Golden Energy Management has booked up to two suezmax tankers at the South Korean yard DH Shipbuilding. Multiple brokers reported that the Restis family tanker vehicle is paying in the range of $77m for the first firm 158,000 dwt unit set to deliver in the fourth quarter of 2024. Golden Energy’s last suezmax order …

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