The 6th edition of Poultry World 2018 is now online
In the 6th edition of Poultry World 2018 we focus on new bird flu research being done in Canada.
Canadian researchers tested a new approach in Avian Influenza surveillance by no longer focusing on birds to track the disease, but by looking outside the bird by sampling wetland sediments. Read more on pages 6-8
Free ranging birds are especially at risk during Avian Influenza outbreaks, but in recent years housed birds were also infected. Photo: Ruud Ploeg Fotografie
On a farm visit in the US Poultry World sees how the Hayden family tries to improve poultry farming’s image by taking away misconceptions among consumers with transparency of their production. Find out more on pages 10-12
Danielle and Daniel Hayden. Photo: Melanie Jenkins
Moving hens into cafe-free environments involves additional costs and new challenges. Find out what these are on pages 18-19
Aviary systems enable higher stocking densities and ensure full movement of birds. The systems encourage birds to carry out natural behaviors such as nesting and perching, and provides access to floor litter. Photo: Vencomatic Group
Furthermore this edition of Poultry World strong coverage of innovations and robotics which were shared with the industry during VIV Europe. Take a look at the innovations on pages 20-22
Data, introductions and innovations made VIV Europe 2018 a world class event.
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