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  • 1. R.N.I. 71668/99Vol. 1, Issue 4 | July 2012ARTICLEZinc complexes improve feedconversionBy Wiebe van der Sluis,Rooster45, Doetinchem,The NetherlandsPRESS RELEASEQuality Brands India 2012-14 &Rashtriya Udyog RatnaAward to Sushil Agrawala,Chairman Of Indian HerbsBig Dutchman No. 1 Worldwide CoverNEW APPOINTMENTS StoryNFU Appoints New Director GeneralAviagens Claeys Appointed President ofEuropean DistributionNewsProtesters Cause Deathof 700,000 BirdsBUYERS GUIDEPoultry Incubator10 Quality Brands India 2012-14 & Rashtriya Udyog Ratna Award to Sushil Agrawala, Chairman Of Indian HerbsIAI Poultry & MeatExpo 201213-15 December IARI Ground, PUSA Road, New Delhi +91 9991705005, +91 9812082121

2. 02 3. From the Pen of Chief EditorEditorial CONTENTSTransgenic Chicken A New Horizon For 4HOAVA OMEGA-3 EGGAnticancer Antiviral Drugs Now the chicken eggs, the multiutility Zinc complexes improve feed conversion highly nutritious edible articles are going 8By Wiebe van der Sluis, Rooster45, Doetinchem,The Netherlands to explore a new horizon for the welfare of the mankind. The most wanted drugs to Quality Brands India 2012-14 Award to 10act against the cancer would be available in sufficientIndian Herbs, Saharanpur.quantity from the eggs of transgenic hens and the work is 12 Good Breeding & Good Manners Focusgoing on in full swing in the Institute of Roslin near at Arbor Acres SeminarEdinburgh, UK. Seminar Low Protein Diets for Layers by 12A team at The Roslin Institute, near Edinburgh, UK - Evonik Degussawhere, 10 years ago, Dolly appeared, the sheep that wasthe first ever cloned organism - has created genetically 14Groundbreaking roofing solutions for heat insulation and water proofingmodified chickens whose eggs contain cancer-fightingproteins in their white. The institute has produced five 16Big Dutchman No. 1 Worldwidegenerations of transgenic birds, some 500 individuals. 18Jab Performance Bolti hai To Duniya Sunti HaiThe idea of producing the proteins involved in treatmentsin flocks of laying hens means they can produce in bulk, Skylark Hatcheries was Conducted 18they can produce cheaply and indeed the raw material for Seminar in Yamunanagarthis production system is quite literally chicken feed. 19New AppointmentsDrugs obtained from chicken eggs would be cheaper andeasier to make. One of the characteristics of lots of medical26Buyers Guidetreatments these days is that theyre very expensive. Theproject is on the way for 15 years, and another five years of28Egg Ratestrials and 10 years for developing drugs will follow. 20-24 News Office : Our Team Advertisement923, Sector-9, Urban Estate, Karnal 132 001 (Haryana) Tel.: + 91 (184) 4033326/327, 2202174/75Biomin India15 Fax : + 91 (184) 2231050Bhavana GuptaE-mail: [email protected] | Website :www.pixie.co.inChairman & Editor in ChiefDSM 21 Editorial Policy is independent. Views expressed [email protected] Fowler Westrup (India) Pvt. Ltd. 7 authors are not necessarily those held by the editors. Registered as Newspaper by Registrar of NewspaperVinod Kumar, General ManagerIAI Expo 2012 32 for India : RNI No. 71668/[email protected] Licensed to post at Karnal HPO under Postal Regn. No.IMV Technologies25 PKL-91/2007-2009Jawahar Khurana, Mkt. ManagerEditorial & Advertisements may not be reproducedIndian Herbs Overseas5 without the written consent of the publishers. [email protected] every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of theISRMAX Asia 30 contents of Poultry Planner the publishers do not accept any responsibility or liability for the materialDr. S.S. Mondal, Technical Editor Microteknik 31 herein.M.V.Sc. & A.H., Ph.D.Publication of news, views and information is in theNatural Remedies13 interest of positive poultry industrial development [email protected] India. It does not imply publishers endorsement.Novus9 Unpublished material of industrial interest, notPrachi Arora, Co-editorsubmitted elsewhere, is invited.Poly Plastic20 The submitted material will not be [email protected] Publisher, Printer - Mrs. Bhavana Gupta on behalf ofProvimi 27 Pixie Publication India (P) Ltd. KarnalManish Arora, Assistant Co-editorPrinted at: Jaiswal Printing Press, Chaura Bazar,Toshniwal Systems 23 [email protected] at: 821, Sector-13, Urban Estate Karnal 132001 (Haryana)Vamso Biotec Pvt. Ltd.02Ashwani Verma, Graphic DesignerEditor-in-chief - Mrs. Bhavana [email protected] (India) Limited 10 All legal matters are subject to karnal jurisdiction. 4. Article HOAVA OMEGA-3 EGG Dr. M.L.KansalThe Idea of modification of diet with different fattyOMEGA-3 The HOAVAc o m p o n e n t o facid was carried out by Cruickshank in 1934. eggs are rich in arthrosclerosis.Dyerberg and Bang (1979) found positive effect ofmonounsaturated &Benefits of Vitamin E forOmega-3 fatty acids for Heart and Cardiovascular polyunsaturated fattyHealthdiseases. Later on in (1980) designer egg rich in n-3acids. Omega-3 & Omega-6 (a) Antioxidant andfatty acids with anti oxidants was designed by fatty acids are essentialnon- antioxidant.:feeding flax seeds in layer diet and was called as because these are notVitamin E is since longProfession Sims Designer egg. Farell (1988) synthesized by human recognized as the bodysdeveloped enriched egg with folic acid and iron. body.major lipid solubleLession (2004) in Canada produced lutein enrichedWhen there is deficiency antioxidant and thus isegg. In India Narahari (2004) developed Herbalof Omega-3 fatty acids & DHA, the following fundamental in maintaining the integrity andenriched designer egg (HEDE). Professor S.K.symptoms are observed.functionality of the cellular membranes of all cellsTaneja (2008) at Punjab University also developedA. Excessive thirst, frequent urination, rough or of the human body. As an antioxidant, vitamin EOmega-3 eggs. DSM (2008) enriched yolk withdry bumpy skin, dry dull or lifeless hair, acts within cell membranes, protectingpigment and vitamins.dandruff, unsaturated fatty acid from oxidation. In doing so,Keeping in view the work carried out by different the vitamin gets oxidized and must be recycledand soft or brittle nails.Scientists HOAVA Omega-3 egg has been back to its active form, typically by vitamin C.developed by changing the diet of hens for Dr.B. Allergic conditions like, eczema, asthma, hayfever etc.Therefore the two vitamins are closely interlinkedKansals Herbal Odourless eggs. and often investigated jointly.HOAVA C. Visual symptoms such as poor night vision,sensitivity to bright light or visual Due to its role as an antioxidant, vitamin E has beenH in HOAVA eggs stands for herbal, O forsuggested for all conditions associated withdisturbances.odorless & organic; A for free from antibiotics increased oxidative stress, such as cardiovascularresidues; V for rich in vitamins and A for free fromD. There is poor concentration difficulties indisease, diabetes, disorders involving chronicaflatoxins residues. 100 ml liquid of HOAVA eggsworking memory, and distractibility.inflammation, preeclampsia cancer neurologiccontents are also rich in Omega-3 fatty acids E. Emotional sensitivity, such as depression, disorders, endurance exercise increased exposure(400mg), DHA (100mg), CLA (400mg) Luteinexcessive mood swings or undue anxiety. to oxidants and others.(125mg) and Vitamin E (15.78mg), which areF. Sleep problems especially difficulty inIn addition to its antioxidant function, recentbeneficial for human health. The eggs are enrichedsleeping at night and waking up in theresearch has demonstrated specific role of vitaminwith Omega-3, DHA, CLA, Lutein, Yolk Pigmentmorning.E in signal transduction, gene expression, andand very much rich in different vitamins, keeping Benefits of LUTEINregulation of other cellular functions.in view the health of human beings. This egg is alsoLutein is a carotenoid and its main role is in eye(b) Immune function: Immune functionsWorlds first egg in which all the parameters havehealth, specifically in reducing the risk of Agedecline with age, which may related to increasedbeen combined together for best healthrelated Macular Degeneration (AMD), which vulnerability of elderly people to infections andprogramme.occurs when the fragile center of the retina(theother diseases. Numerous studies suggest a role for HOAVA eggs are also free from pesticide residues macula) deteriorates from a lifetime of slow butvitamin E in maintaining optimal immune statusas well as free from Salmonella, E coli and other steady damage. The macula is a small area of thelater in life.bacteria. Being odorless, egg drink can be prepared retina responsible for central vision, and highfrom these eggs. The layers are given vegetarian(c) Heart Health: Vitamin E has long been creditedvisual acuity.with a role in preventing atherosclerosis and heartfeed along with a mixture of 16 herbs. There arePoor macular health can cause oxidative stressdiseases due to its beneficial effects on variousherbal residues in the egg which are having somewithin the retina, leading to a loss of central vision. mechanisms involved in atherosclerosisantibacterial properties. These eggs can be kept atroom temperature for more than 8 weeks withoutSecondly its plays a role for maintaining healthy development. Researchers at the University ofany bacterial growth. skin. Thirdly its helps in improving cardiovascular Taxas Anderson Cancer Center have reported thathealth by reducing arterial wall thickening, a04 5. 05 6. Articletimes death in men or animals. other types of bacteria, why?These produced both acute and chronic toxicities Salmonella and E-coli bacteria can cause typhoid,Comparison of Nutrients in 100g liquid eggs of HOAVA Omega-3,Dr. Kansals Herbal Odourless, with Regular Egg & Cow MilkHOAVA Dr. Kansals Regular Egg Cow MilkNutrientsUnitsHerbal OdorlessOmega 3EggsEggs/Herbal EggsVita-A IU 1272.16 785.60 472.60117.00Vita-D3IU 380.40120.00 49.08 0.30taking vitamin E regularly substantially reducesVita-E mg 15.78 5.30 1.600.30the incidence of lung cancer. Their studies further B12g 4.623.00 0.870.19showed that people consuming the high amount ofvitamin E had the greatest benefit. A comparison of Biotin g 51.60 46.9220.00 .the persons taking the most vitamin E with thoseFolic Acid mg 5.053.11 0.030.45taking the least resulted in 61% reduction in lungThiamine mg 0.560.34 0.050.04cancer risk.Riboflavin mg 0.800.53 0.330.16Two landmark studies published in the NewEngland Journal of Medicine revealed that those Pyridoxine mg 0.006 0.0030.06.who took at least 100 IU of vitamin E daily reduced Calciummg 50.00 50.0050.00 113.00their risk of heart disease by 59 to 66%. ResearchersPhosphorus mg 240.00240.00 200.0090.00at Cambridge University in England reported thatpatients diagnosed to be suffering from coronaryIron mg 2.002.00 1.960.057arteriosclerosis could lower their risk of having a Sulphurmg 75.00 75.0075.00 30.00heart attack by 77% by supplementing with 400 IUto 800 IU per day of the natural (d-Alpha Zinc mg 2.112.11 1.300.28tocopherol) form of vitamin E.Cholesterolmg 306.00234.00 420.00380.00Enrichment with vitaminsProteing13.00 13.0012.80 3.30This eggs is not only enriched with vitamin-E , but Biological Values % 96.00 96.0096.00 84.00is also very much enriched with other fats solublevitamin-A (for eye sight and other exo(skin) andinternal lining (endo thelial linings) of digestive,ranging from deleterious effects upon the centralparatyphoid, diarrhea like conditions in humanrespiratory, urinary and reproductive system, nervous, cardiovascular, pulmonary system andbeings. It is an International problem to reducevitamin D3 (for calcium phosphors metabolism, digestive tract, some time leading to death. incidence of salmonella. This bacteria isdevelopment of skeletal system, embryonic Aflatoxin is associated with both toxicity and transmuted to the young chicks through hatchingdevelopment, abnormalities of joints and bone carcinogenicity in human, animal and poultry eggs contaminated with this disease.growths) and water soluble vitamins like B12 ,populations. Acute aflatoxicosis results in death, HOAVA Omega-3 Egg drinksBiotin, Folic acid, Thiamine, Riboflavin, chronic aflatoxicosis in cancer, immune People should consume more eggs in summer asPyridoxine. These vitamins can be same in the suppression and other slow pathological the diet is deficient in proteins in this season. Thetable given below. Water soluble vitamins help forconditions. This is the reason why the eggs should eggs are not any heating effect in summer, whenthe blood formation, beri beri disease, migraine, be free from residues of aflatoxins. these eggs are consumed without addition of oil inliver functions, anti-carcinogenic, factors,The eggs should be free from Pesticides residues,different recipes. Oil (ghee) is the main culprit forcarbohydrate and protein metabolism and why? high energy and heating effect. One can preparereproductive problems (in ladies).Pesticides via food are the source of severalegg drink from these eggs. These eggs areThe Biological value of egg vitamins is muchmysterious diseases like cancer, epilepsy, liver and Odourless and very good in taste. The egg drinkhigher, than the vitamins consumed in the form of kidney dysfunction, depression, neuritis etc.. can be prepared in the following mannercapsules prescribed by medical practitioners. Besides causing acute and chronic toxicities, theseProcedure:This egg is rich in various nutritional contents as pesticides residues are affecting in general the 1.Break 4-6 eggs in one pot.compared to other brands of eggs and Cow milk., immune system and other sensitive system leadingto Immuno suppression and various metabolic and2.Mix well the white & yolks with egg beater.Cholesterol levelgenetic disorders in human populations.3. Mix sugar/ sharbat concentrate as per needThe cholesterol level in 100g of egg liquid is for 1 liter of drink.The food and Drugs act and the Food and Drug306.00mg as compared to Regular egg 420.00mgRegulations of Canada have set a zero tolerance4. Put half liter warm water and mix thewhich is almost more than 25% low in cholesterollevel for pesticides residues in eggs. contents very well.content. This low level of cholesterol also good forreducing heart problems.The eggs should be free from Antibiotics and 5.Mix liter of cold water later on.Veterinary Drug residues, why? 6.Strain the mixed contents in to another potAllergen contentsThe antibiotics, sulfa drugs, Nirtofuran with tea strainer. This egg is almost free from allergens. The egg hasMetabolites, Nitroimidazoles drug residues inbeen given more than 20 children and adult 7.Mix 5-6 spoons of any flavored concentrate.eggs can produce resistance in the human beings.persons who were suffering from allergy due to 8.Put Ice cubes or keep in refrigerator; the drinkDeveloped countries have banned the use ofeggs. When these eggs were served there was noantibiotics in the feed or in the drinking water to thewill be ready for servicesymptoms of allergy in these persons. birds. It becomes difficult for Doctors to treat suchReferences are available on request.The Eggs should be free from Aflatoxins patients. There is a need for sensitive test for For inquiries please Contact:residues. Why?suitable antibiotics for the treatments. The new Kansal & Kansal Agro FarmsAflatoxins are fungal metabolites (toxin) which antibiotics are much more costlier and heavy Kohand, Distt Karnal, Haryana(India)occur in a wide variety of foods and feeds andexpenses needs to be done for proper treatment ofwhen ingested, inhaled or observed through skin patients.Call at: +91-98125-33722, 98120-33722causes lowered performance, sickness or someThe eggs are free from Salmonella, E-coli or any Mail us at : [email protected] 7. 07 8. ArticleZinc complexes improve feed conversionDietary zinc stimulates immunity and supports skeletal development, feathering and skinstrength, etc. In addition, feeding highly bioavailable sources of zinc, such as zinc complexes, tobroilers also shows improvements in gain and feed conversion.By Wiebe van der Sluis, Rooster45, Doetinchem, The Netherlands acetate 19%. It is also true that the relative biological value of zinc sources varies (see Table 1). Growth promotion effects Because of the low zinc content in some feed ingredients with varying levels of bioavailabily, it is necessary to add zinc to poultry diets. In the European Union, zinc diet contents are allowed up to 150 mg/kg feed. These levels cover largely the recommended requirements for most animals, especially when highly bioavailable zinc complexes are supplemented. When feeding zinc complexes within these legal limits, it helps decrease the severity of footpad and skin lesions, as well as improve feathering conditionZinc is an essential trace element in all living and skeletal development. Since zincsystems from bacteria, plants and animals to also stimulates the development of thehumans. Its biological function was notimmune system, providing sufficientunderstood until 1934. It took another 20 yearsbioavailable zinc results in healthierbefore naturally occurring zinc deficiency was birds. Trials conducted in various partsrecognized as the cause of parakeratotic of the world clearly indicate that zinc(hardening and cracking) lesions of the skin ofcomplexes have a positive effect onpigs, and slow growth, poor feathering and body weight and feed conversion inabnormal skeletal development in poultry.broilers, as well as egg production andRecent poultry literature suggests zincshell quality in laying hens. Thesedeficiency in poultry is associated with footpad effects are more notable during heatlesions and poor carcass quality due to scratchesstress.and skin damage. This made poultry producers Improved performanceand nutritionists realise that adequate dietaryzinc supplementation is critical in poultryRecently, researchers at Auburnproduction.University, Alabama, USA, investigated the influence of zincBioavailability of zinc complexes on live performance andZinc is primarily absorbed in the small intestine. carcass grade of broilers. They reportedHowever, it is known that binding form and that feed conversion was improved forother dietary ingredients can influence the female broilers fed Zn complexes at 25bioavailability of zinc. In monogastric animals, and 42 d of age and male broilers at 21 dphytate, for example, decreases zinc absorption. of age. In a follow up study, the sameDietary calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, group showed (in a trial with 1440 malenickel, copper and iron also affect zincbioavailability. Ross broilers over 49 days) a feed:gain of 1.701 versus 1.736 for broilers fed zincThere are differences in bioavailability between complexes and ordinary sulphate,various zinc sources. Most of them are quite low, respectively (Figure 1). A summary offor example: the absolute bioavailability for zinc 22 trials from Zinpro Corporationoxide is 22%, for zinc sulphate 23% and for zinc showed that feeding broilers zinc complexes improved the feed efficiencySome zinc facts3 by 3.9 points (0.039 or a 2%Zinc is needed for immunity, cell division, improvement) when weights were cell growth, wound healing, and equalized to those of the sulphate carbohydrate metabolism.control (Figure 2). This feed efficiencyZinc is also needed for the senses of smell advantage continued to persists even and taste.when broilers were reared to heavierZinc from plant sources is not as available weights (>3.4 kg). These results show for use by the body as the zinc from animal that providing sufficient zinc sources. Therefore, low-protein and complexes helps improves bird vegetarian diets tend to be low in zinc.performance.08 9. 09 10. Press ReleaseQuality Brands India 2012-14 Award toRashtriya Udyog Ratna Award to SushilIndian Herbs, Saharanpur.Agrawala, Chairman Of Indian HerbsThe National Education & Human Resource Development Organization Rashtriya Udyog Ratna Award has been conferred by the Nationalhas conferred the Quality Brands India 2012-14 Award to Indian Herbs Education & Human Resource Development Organization on Shri SushilResearch & Supply Co.Ltd., Saharanpur in Mumbai recently. Indian Agrawala, Chairman of Indian Herbs Group of companies in MumbaiHerbs, established in 1951, has received this award for the excellence inrecently. Shri Sushil Agrawala has been honoured for his verythe field of Ayurvedic Veterinary Medicine. Indian Herbs, under thedistinguished and exceptional services during the last 40 years forguidance of its Chairman, Shri Sushil Agrawala, is the pioneer & founder developing Veterinary Ayurveda (herbal veterinary medicine) as aof the concept of herbal animal health products and herbal feedscience of animal health care. This innovative work has now become aningredients and market leader since then.As per ORG veterinary marketinternationally recognized science and also has evolved as an industrysurvey report, Indian Herbsnot only in India, but inachieved 4th ranking in 1994 around 40 other countriesovertaking leading Indianalso.and multinationalVeterinary Pharma Starting from 1968 Sushilcompanies such as Pfizer, Agrawala visualized andSKF, Rhone Poulenc, gave practical shape to theCynamide, ICI, Roche, asconcept of development ofwell as leading Indianherbal veterinary productscompanies like Alembic, as Veterinary Ayurveda, onWockhardt, Cadila,modern scientific linesRanbaxy etc. Since then, it including pharmacologicalcontinues to be one of the topand toxicological studies4 veterinary pharma and controlled clinical trials,companies in Indiathe parameters which applysuccessfully competing with for scientific development ofVeterinary Pharma MNCs. any modern syntheticOut of the total AHPmedicine.market in India, theShri Agrawala has receivedproducts of INDIAN HERBSmany National Awards viz.represent 18 sub-therapeutic groups and rank in first three products withFor Outstanding Entrepreneurship (2007), Outstanding R & Dhighest market share in their respective sub-therapeutic groups. Achievements (2008) and Outstanding Quality Products (2010) fromHimalayan Batisa has now become the flagship product of the companyGovt. of India; many U.P. State Excellent Export Performance Awardsand a house hold name among the farmers and veterinarians all over (1995-96, 2004-05 & 2008-09); AIMA - Dr. J.S. Juneja Award (2007) forIndia. The statistical analysis shows that if Himalayan Batisa packs soldCreativity and Innovation from All India Management Association,in one year are stacked one over the other it would be equivalent to Delhi; Award of Honour (2007) from Indian Society for Veterinaryscaling Mount Everest many times every year. Medicine; Ambassador of Goodwill Award from Lions InternationalBesides Veterinary Medicines, Indian Herbs has also successfully (1991-92) etc.developed better and economical alternatives to synthetic vitamins,amino-acids and other nutrients through natural herbs, e.g. HerbalVitamin C, E, Choline as well as natural Methionine, Lysine etc. and now Sushil Agrawala has widely travelled to around 50 countries of the worldpoultry and livestock farms in India and other countries are using themfor making scientific presentations on Veterinary Ayurveda and has sowith very encouraging results and satisfaction with significant savings in far personally authored 53 research papers which have been published incost as well.various national and international journals and magazines. He has givenIndian Herbs is now marketing around 200 herbal veterinary medicines Guest Lectures on invitation of many Agriculture, Veterinary and otherand feed supplements for use in animals and 30 products for use in Universities all over the country.human beings.Appreciating the concept of Veterinary Ayurveda, the achievements ofIndian Herbs has received many awards from Government of India and Sushil Agrawala have been covered on various national andState Government for manufacturing excellent quality products and forinternational TV channels including `Country Watch and `Country Fileoutstanding R & D achievements.programmes of BBC, UK; Doordarshan, Astha TV and PRAGYA TV etc.Indian Herbs has regularly earned very valuable foreign exchange during 1994 to 2011. The Print Media has also published about him andduring last two decades from the export of its Veterinary Ayurveda his articles in leading news-papers and magazines e.g. STRAIT TIMES,products to around 40 countries, besides establishing the concept of Malaysia (1986); Feed Mix, The Netherlands (2005); The Arab World AgriVeterinary Ayurveda all over the world, which in itself is a great image Business, Bahrain (2005); The Hindustan (Hindi) (2009 and 2010); and thebuilder for India. Hindustan Times (English), in June, 2011.10 11. 11 12. Press ReleaseGood Breeding & Good Manners Focus Seminar Low Protein Diets for Layers byat Arbor Acres Seminar Evonik DegussaNETHERLANDS - Customers from Russia and Kazakhstan had a vital Evonik Degussa India organized a seminar on low protein diets for layersinput into the agenda of their annual Arbor Acres meeting in the at Berhampore, Odisha, India. Berhampore is primarily a layer belt withNetherlands. Following a number of requests breeding was top of thea population of approximately 1.4 million layer birds. The seminar wasagenda with male management being a key talking point.In addition to presentations on managing males and females fromtransfer to peak, representatives of the five Russian and Kazakhcompanies present also discussed improving the quality of HatchingEggs and Day Old Chicks from young Parent Stock (PS) flocks as well astouching on nutrition issues during rearing and production of the flockand of course useful information on vaccinations. well attended by around 31 delegates who included almost everyone of the local layer farming community. Mr. Utpal Adhikari, sales manager for Eastern India, welcomed the guests in local language in his openingThe group was also given unprecedented access to two Dutch broilerfarms to look at different techniques used in the Netherlands. The address. Dr. Karthik Masagounder, technical sales manager for Asiafarmers answered questions and shared their experiences with the South, mentioned the importance of feeding the layer birds with lowRussian visitors.protein diets supplemented with amino acids to get the same kind ofStanley Millar, Sales Manager, Aviagen said: Were very grateful to our performances, particularly, in a time, when raw material prices are reallypartner VIPP Agri Services B.V. for helping make this fourth technical volatile. In his second speech, Dr. Karthik compared the effects of herbalseminar the best one yet. The event was part of our on-going technical methionine sources with DL-Methionine in poultry diets, as layersupport program which we provide to all our customers. The objectivesfarmers sometimes get attracted to herbal methionine due to its cheaperwere to give new ideas and practices to our customers, to let them talk to prices. We also took this opportunity to introduce our new probiotic,each other to share experiences, to ask questions and get required Gallipro, to the customers in this area. Dr. Saikat Saha, businessinformation from AA technical specialists. development manager of Evonik Degussa India gave the vote of thanksTo that end we have really succeeded. The Arbor Acres bird hasto the customers.performed exceptionally well in the Russian and Kazakhstanmarketplace and breeders have really engaged with the technical teamsto get the best performance from the birds.Ukraine Bans Chinese Poultry ImportsPresentations were made by Stanley Millar, Technical Manager Dejan UKRAINE - Ukraine has banned poultry imports from sevenBosanac, Veterinarian Akos Klausz, Incubationist Timea Torma, andadministrative territories of China because of outbreaks of highlyNutritionist Eija Helander. In addition to the theory and practicalpathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) on their territory.examples, delegates also enjoyed the poultry museum at Barneveld and Information about the ban was sent out in a telegram by Statethe flower garden at Keukenhof.Veterinary Inspector Volodymyr Horzheyev, the press service of theMarina Cherekaeva, Sales Director, VIPP Agri Services B.V.,added: I amState Veterinary and Biosecurity Service of Ukraine reported.very pleased with the programme we put together for our customers this According to KyivPost, in particular, the ban is in effect for theyear. We did our best to meet their requirements and give them as much provinces of Gansu, Liaoning, Yunnan, the Tibet Autonomousinformation as possible. Such meetings are always very useful, theyRegion, the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, the Xinjiang Uygurstimulate the dialogue between the Arbor Acres team and our customersAutonomous Region, and the Island of Taiwan.and that helps us in establishing long-term cooperation. IAI Expo 2012News 13-15 December Leading Exhibition on Poultry & Livestock Industry IARI Ground, PUSA Road, New Delhi 923, Sector-9, Urban Estate, Karnal (Hry.) +91 9991705005, +91 9812082121, [email protected] 13. 13 14. ArticleGroundbreaking roofing solutions for heat insulationand water proofingAtul KhannaAjay MohtaSupreme Industries has been on the fore front ofIn line with this, Supreme offers INSUreflector- a bathrooms & terrace gardens. DURAmembraneintroducing path-breaking plastics for myriad radiant heat reflective insulation material made can not only be used in new constructions but alsoapplications in diverse industries. 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Cover Story Big Dutchman No. 1 WorldwideBig Dutchman today is a formidable force in the Pig and Poultry EquipmentIndustry World Wide.The story started in 1938 when two brothers, Jack and Dick DeWitt invented theworlds first automatic poultry feeding system (chain Feeder). This they soldaround the agricultural shows in the mid west of the United States under thename of Automatic Poultry Feeder Company. The story goes that to encouragepotential customers to their stand they dressed a large man in traditionalDutch clothing and he walked the show directing potential customers to thestand. This caused the people to say let us go to the Big Dutchman, hence thename of the company which we all know today Big Dutchman was founded.The Meerpohl Family became involved in Big Dutchman in 1958 when JosephMeerpohl acquired the agency to market Big Dutchman equipment in Germany.From that early start success came and his agency flourished under his steadyguiding hand.Over the years there have been a few twists and turns but eventually in 1985Joseph Meerpohl structured a management buy-out of Big Dutchman fromHanson Trust and he secured the rights for worldwide sales except for Northand South America. At this time as it still is today, Calveslage, the seat of thefamily home become the International Head Quarters for Big Dutchman and thestart of the phenomenal growth begins. The growth was and still is in the maindue to the companys old strengths and values which are still the basic values ofthe company today. These are: to be fair, never leave a problem as we shouldalways try our very best to satisfy our customers and if we get it wrong put itright as we should never knowingly lose a customer through dissatisfaction. The company now employs approx. 2000 people worldwide and has a turnoverfor 2010/11 of nearly $1.00 billion. Both the number of people and the turnovercontinues to grow as the demand for pig and poultry equipment continuesunabated.In Calveslage, the companys head office and the family home, there are16 17. Cover Storyapproximately 900 people employed; the peopleare involved in sales, marketing, productdevelopment, logistics, IT, accounts and H & R.We do not manufacture at our head office butsimply consolidate and distribute systems fordispatch throughout the world.At Calveslage there are over 200 engineers whodesign, develop and trial new innovations.These engineers work in conjunction with ourengineers throughout the world to developproducts suitable for the markets we serve. Thislevel of engineering development is essential asthe pig and poultry market is an ever changingmarket and we have to cater for our customersneeds all over the world. Weekly there are newchallenges to stimulate the activity within ourtechnical departments and this ensures we stayin tune with the markets we serve. The role ofthe engineer is to look at the most cost effectivemethods of achieving the market requirementsand they have to be alert to new manufacturingmethods and new material which can be used. Itis essential that the products we supply to ourcustomers achieve the performance levels andlength of life which our customers have come toexpect from Big Dutchman.Computerization has become a significant partof any livestock production operation and avalued management tool. Today we usecomputers for ventilation, feeding both wet (forpigs) and dry, lighting, egg flow, bird weighing,feed weighing, water monitoring, recording ofdata etc. The technology and innovation is never market leader, there are Big Dutchman regional company was founded on a single product, theending as the demands of our customers leads head offices / logistic centers in Germany, USA, chain feeder, and today we cover feeding,us forward coupled with our own views andBrazil, Russia, Malaysia, China, and South drinking, egg production systems, eggvisions for the future the new products areAfrica. In addition to this the company has over collection, ventilation, air cleaning, manuredeveloped. This is evident from the awards we200 representative offices and agents in over 80 handling etc and the range continues to grow Ihave achieved in the field of electronics. The first countries worldwide. do not feel we will be short of work!major award was a very prestigious World The future of Big Dutchman is in safe hands with The success of Big Dutchman is that it is a familyPoultry Award for its revolutionary Amacs Eggthe current generation of Meerpohls and they business with the true virtues of a familyFlow System, this controls the flow of eggs to the continue to heavily invest in productbusiness, Mr. Joseph Meerpohl (80) still has anpacking station supplying the correct number ofdevelopment. As stated earlier we sell Pig and office and works from the companys headeggs to the grading or packing machine toPoultry equipment but we also have BDquarters in Calveslage near Vectha in Northernoptimize throughput. This is done by knowing AgroRenewables GmbH & Co.KG (Biogas), BD Germany. His son Bernd runs Big Dutchmanthe exact number of eggs per meter of egg belt.Wolking (feed mills), BD Fish (modern indoor with his second son Dirk being involved in theOur second award came a year later in 2008 fish farming). families other activities. Josephs daughters alsowhen Big Dutchman also achieved 70 years ofIndia offers Big Dutchman another greatplay import roles within the day to day activitiesexistence. In that year the company wasopportunity to supply the companys vast range of this ever growing enterprise.awarded another Gold Medal but this time byof well tried and tested products which have This family contact which has been seen bythe DLG for its EggCam. The EggCam providesbeen successful throughout the world however many of our Indian customers reinforces thethe information for counting and evaluating thethey will be tailored to the Indian marketscustomers trust in a brand which has not lookedeggs as they pass underneath this ingeniousspecific needs. India wants to increase food back since Joseph and now his son Bernd tookdevise.production for both its home market plus due toover the helm.Big Dutchman is a family orientated business lower production costs India has theand family orientation allows for quickopportunity to export and India will grasp thisdecisions and direct customer contact. opportunity. If we look at the current Indian For any query please contact :Listening to our customers is why Joseph market production and the current and future Mr. Philip DyeMeerpohl has always told his team to drink teapotential there is at least a decade of work in thiswith your customers. This ensures as aexciting market simply helping it reduce itsPh: +91-40-23551192company we listen to our customers and weproduction costs and labour requirements. This Email: [email protected] then understand their needs and wants coupled with the never ending changes inand dont simply think we know what is legislation which cover welfare, omissions, foodFax: +91-40-23551183required.safety, minimum wages and health and safety and many others the industry throughout theBeing able to react quickly to change is essential world will continuously be facing change. Dontas all over the world we have change in forget, change is opportunity and opportunity islegislation, market demand and retailer profit.requirements. www.bigdutchmanusa.comChange offers many opportunities for the yearsFrom its humble beginnings 74 years ago Big to come and when you consider that theDutchman today is truly the International17 18. Press ReleaseJab Performance Bolti hai To Duniya Sunti Hai feet per Birds in Boiler farming. Near about 40 farmers was present in the meeting. Dr. Manoj Dhama advised farmers to give proper space (1.5 sq. feet per Birds in Broiler farming) to the Birds. So that farmers can get good profits. Dr. Dhama also advised farmers about the litter condition in rainy season Dr. Manoj Dhama suggested farmers rice fogger at starting in Brooding at least minimum for 10 days and advised for proper feeders & drinkers.A Symbol of quality and trust. Unnat Feeds Pvt.Dr. Dhama advised farmers to use all in and allLtd. Organized a Technical Poultry Seminar atout system in Broiler farmers.Naini, Allahabad on 13 July 2012 at 11 AM in his Mr Bunty, Mr. Sultan, Mr. Ahshan, Mr. NavedFeed Mill. and many farmers was present in the meeting.This meeting was specially organized to discussAll Staff of Unnat Feeds Pvt. Ltd. Mr. Ratanthe problems of rainy season in Poultry Farms. Thakur (A/c. Manager), Mr. Sukhdev SharmaDr. Manoj Dhama Corporate GM of Unnat(A/c. Officer), Mr. Amit Chahal (Senior PlantFeeds Pvt. Ltd. Some farms near Allahabad andOperator) was present in the meeting.specially near Karchhana, Dist.-Allahabad. At last Dr. Manoj Dhama gave a lot of thanks toFarmers are not giving proper space to the Birds presenting farmers & staff and invited forin Broiler farming. They are giving 0.3 to 0.5 sq. breakfast.Skylark Hatcheries Conducted Toshniwal PowderSeminar in YamunanagarTransfer SystemThe Powder Transfer System is unique drymaterial transfer system for dust free and avoidto human touch.Skylark hatcheries Pvt Ltd.one of the reputedbroiler and layer farmers of the Yamunanagar The Principle of Vacuum Transfer has beenname in Indian poultry industry ,after and Saharanpur.proven to be better way to move many types ofsuccessful technical seminar inDr.vikas,veterinary officer Barwala,give the materials. The technology exists for movingPanipat,Panchkula and Sangrur next session vote of thanks and invite all the guest forvirtually and material that can be pulledwas conducted in Yamunanagar on 23rd june at cocktail and dinner. through a hose or tube. The System consists ofhotel Madhu.Vacuum Pump, receiver with filter and HoseAfter welcome address by Dr.Uday,veterinary Pipe, etc.officer Barwala,technical session started by theThe Vacuum Conveying System designedDr.Brajesh Tikarya, Area technical Managerspecifically for the direct charge loading ofHariyana,Dr.brajesh delivered speech on mixers, sifter, milling reactor vessels andBrooding and growing management .he packing machine etc.emphasized the role of body weight andThe Vacuum Transfer System is used in Feeduniformity and its effect on the laying period ,heindustries for transferring of Minerals,is also explained how the Bovan white layersvitamins, powder additives for manufacturinggive the benefit to the farmer. feed premix / supplements etc.Dr.S.K Bhardwaj,Quality control manager For Further details please contactSkylark feeds, highlighted the quality of feeds Toshniwal Systems & Instruments Pvt Ltdand selection of the good ingredient267 Kilpauk Garden Road, Chennai - 600 010ingredient.Dr.Bhardwaj explain the how tocompany maintain the good qualiy standard Tel: 044-26448983 / 26448558/ 28445626and how to producing world class qualityEmail : [email protected] / Web :feed.he is also discussing the nutritive value of www.toshniwal.netdifferent feed ingredients.The seminar was attended by the more then 10018 19. New Appointments Cobb Global AnimalAviagens Claeys Appointed President of European Distribution Welfare Appointment EU - Aviagen announces that Patrick Claeys has been appointed as President GLOBAL - Dr Kateof European Distribution for the Aviagen Group, replacing Brian Whittle. Barger has been Patrick has a long and successful history with Aviagen, as a distributor and appointed director of since 2003 as General Manager of Aviagen EPI. world animal welfareRandall Ennis, CEO of Aviagen, commented that, Patrick has an excellent for Cobb. knowledge and understanding of the poultry industry throughout Europe Dr Barger received aand will bring this expertise to the Executive Management Board. Patrick will veterinary medicine announce a new General Manager for the Aviagen EPI operations in the near degree from North future allowing him to focus on his broader European responsibilities.Dr Kate Barger Patrick Claeys Carolina State University in 2002 and completed a one-year avian medicine specialty programme at the National Autonomous University ofNFU Appoints New Director General Mexico (UNAM) as a Rotary International UK - The National Farmers Union has appointed Andy Robertson as its new Scholar. Director General. She began her career with Cobb as export manager in 2003 and two years later becameMr Robertson, who will take up the role in the autumn, has a strong manager of sales and technical service for thebackground in farming and agriculture having previously served as Chief Mexico, Central America and Caribbean region. Executive of NFU Scotland and in government as Scotlands Chief In 2009, she moved to the UK to support CobbAgricultural Officer. Europe as the company veterinarian and quality assurance manager, responsible for managing NFU President Peter Kendall said: programs involving biosecurity, animal welfareI would also like to express my gratitude to Kevin Roberts for his work and and avian health. support over the past two and a half years as Director General. Kevin has invested in developing She will be working with external researchers the leadership capability within the NFU and has developed structures which place the NFU in a and allied industries to improve the very strong position for the future. understanding of the combined effect of genetics, environment and management on the Andy Robertson, who is currently working as Assistant Director for Transport and Environment birds well-being. She will also supportat East Sussex County Council, said: I am delighted with this opportunity to lead the NFU and to customer needs in aspects of animal welfare and work back in an organisation I passionately believe in and care about. I look forward to working will work closely with company leaders to with the members and staff to promote and support British farmers and farming. develop animal welfare guidelines and resource materials. Protesters Cause Death of 700,000 Birds Egg Committee Seeks INDIA - 700,000 birds died when a mob cutallowed to set up such a unit so close to theWheat for Poultry Feed off the power supply to a poultry farm invillages and what kind of chemicals were Vizianagaram district, which cut the air being used in the plant. INDIA - The National Egg Coordination conditioning and caused asphyxiation.A settlement appeared possible as theCommittee (NECC) has asked the UnionA mob barged in to the Radha Sakku Agrio Government to allocate 1 million tonnes of wheatChipurupally police station sub inspector Bio Pharma and switched off the power for poultry industry.Adbul Maroof and revenue divisional officer supply. When the staff tried to start theM Shankar Rao assured the people that aThe Committee felt that this was necessary to help generator they were attacked and beaten up general village meeting would be called on the poultry farmers to meet the feed leading to the massive death of the birds. The July 22 to solve the matter and companyrequirements, following sharp increase in prices company officials have said that it caused aof maize and soya meal the essential feedofficials would give an explanation. The loss of Rs210 million.ingredients.company officials also assured that they will The long drawn protest by the local people take necessary action to stop the smell coming The price of maize has gone up to Rs 1,400 fromNews against the pollution and the stink emitting from their premises. Rs 950-1,000 a quintal last year. The price of soya from the poultry farm in Karlam village meal has increased to Rs 3,750 from Rs 1,800 aBut the situation suddenly got out of hand asquintal. The prices of other coarse grains such as under Chirupally mandal of Vizianagaram district took an ugly turnon Wednesday another group of villagers attacked thejowar and bajra too have gone up significantly, when hundreds of people from surrounding company and ransacked it, switching off thethe Committee said in a press release. villages staged a sit in protest in Karlam power supply. Though the police later used It alleged that forward trading, speculation and demanding the closure of the unit, claimingforce to disperse the mob the restoration of hoarding were the reasons for the sharp increase that the stink and the pollution was adversely power supply took a very long time. Deputy in prices of these feed ingredients. As a result, the affecting their health.general manager of the company Sitrama break-even level for egg production has gone up The poultry farm belongs to the Radha SakkuRaju was also injured in the attack. to Rs 3 from Rs 2.25 a year ago. Agro Bio Pharma company which also runsOfficials said that the birds were kept in air The break-even price level for broiler production other businesses from the same premises. conditioned halls as the region is still in thehas increased to Rs 61 from Rs 53 a year ago. Ingrip of a heat wave. the absence of corresponding increase in farm- The local police and revenue departmentTension has gripped the area and additionalgate prices to offset the increase in input costs, officials tried to sort out the issue by talking police forces have been deployed in Karlam millions of farmers are making losses, it said. to the local leaders and the company officials.and surrounding villages.It appealed to the Union Ministry of Consumer The protestors led by the primaryThe total loss to the company has not yet been Affairs, Food and Public Distribution to intervene agricultural committee S Srinivasulu fully estimated. and ensure allocation of wheat for the poultry demanded to know how the farm had beenindustry. 19 20. News Lighting for Poultry, Beware the BuyerGLOBAL - Over the next few weeks you will has been asked to visit several farms that havebecome more and more aware that the 60w and had lighting solutions installed using LEDs as40w incandescent light bulbs are disappearing an alternative to Fluorescent Tubes and CFLs,from supermarket shelves and more and moreone even used the basis of a design it had putconcern is being shown over the issues of the together for the customer but then they wereMercury contained in CFLs being used in theoffered a cheap solution.food production chain, its simply very toxic.The following picture shows the poor results:Over the past 5 years Agrilamp, has beenAn Led Tube simply does not provide andworking to ensure that you have a product thatoutput of light that will work in a standardwas developed expressly for use in the Poultryfluorescent tube housing in a poultry house (itEnvironment, be it for Layers or Broilers in amight be OK for an office). They might fit andbarn with queen posts or open span, multi tier or they will give off a lot of light, but the housingslats and so on. Studying the researchand the lens optics are not designed for this typeperformed by countless Poultry Scientist over of light source. Apart from the black and whitethe past twenty years or more and presently patches seen here on the floor, the areas that arefurther advancing the research in conjunction lit have wavy lines where the lens of the housingwith a number of universities around the world,Agrilamp is tested on a twenty-four hourseparates the rows of LEDs in the tube.we have achieved our initial goal. To provide aaverage usage, because thats what you do withPrototypes of LED tubes for poultry use were them and Glo Lighting offers a properrange of Poultry Lighting products that for the built some years ago and it found that a simplefirst time were built for purpose. guarantee to support that.retrofit solution was not a simple task and atTo compliment this, Glo Lighting has used theWhile these farmers may have in the short termpresent Glo Lighting does not sell an LED tubelatest technological software applications tosaved a few pounds they ultimately will have tofor poultry production use. They simply dontidentify the very best installation layouts to pay for the labour to pick up the floor eggs. Ofwork as well. The company just knows youdeliver an even and controllable intensity ofcourse the company will do everything we canwould not be happy with the results.light to meet the highest standards of energyto help them to solve the problem quickly.In another building a cheap domestic LED hadefficiency, bird performance and welfare Agrilamp distributors around the world arebeen installed which put a bright spot of light onanywhere in the world today. supported by the provision of training andthe floor not what the farmer expected when heOf course there would be a time when somesoftware to avoid these problems and use onlywas told its just the same as Agrilamp. Glocompetition would be seen in the market andthe highest standards of measurement that areLighting installed several Agrilamp next to itthis would be a healthy thing for any newtested independently to ensure the very bestand achieved an even distribution of light, justtechnology as this shows that the market issolutions for you.what the doctor ordered.growing and that the solutions are being taken If in doubt email Glo Lighting and they willPlease remember that the vast majority of Lightseriously. provide you with free advice so that you canbulbs of any kind are tested on the basis thatHowever buyer beware! Recently Glo Lightingchoose wisely. [email protected] average use will be 3.5 hours per day.Breeding Adaptability as aGenetic TraitINDIA - The poultry breeding in India is successful. The advantages arebeing able to adapt to the climate fluctuations, accepting average feedand bouncing back into production after problems of a lower qualityfeed, high temperatures and disease challenges to fine a profitable end tothe cycle, according to a research paper by Dr T. Kotaiah from IndbroResearch & Breeding Farms.The study concludes that poultry breeding for efficiency alone may notcontinue.The investment on poultry housing and infrastructure is going up andfeed ingredients of good quality are getting expensive and may not beavailable.A change in environmental requirements will mean birds could becomeexposed to low level of common infections without treatment and thebirds will simply have to cope with this.The study says that the birds should perform well in low investmenthouses, with lower quality feed and withstand some amount ofinfections without using high order medicines.However, the more practical way is to breed the birds under similarconditions.The initial data shows that the "Adaptability" can be built up in the flockas a genetic trait.The birds breed under suboptimal conditions perform even better, whenbetter environment is given.Inputs such as manpower and investments also make it favourable to dothis and the growing markets will accept these birds more favourably.20 21. 21 22. NewsPoultry CRC wins CRCA Floods Destroy Poultry Farms andCollaboration and Innovation AwardLeave Thousands Food InsecureThe Poultry Cooperative Research Centre (Poultry CRC) has beenBANGLADESH - Thousands of people have been left food insecure afterrecognised for its collaborative efforts with industry and research extensive flooding, landslides and flash floods in eastern Bangladesh atpartners in the development of a vaccine against fowl cholera, Vaxsafe the end of June. Crops and seed stocks have been badly damaged and itPM. will be three to four months before farmers are able to replant.The award, for significant innovation in Agriculture and Food, was made "We need to support the villagers now or we will face serious foodat the Cooperative Research Centres Association (CRCA) Conference onshortages in the region soon, Matiur Rahman, director of theMay 16. As CEO of the CRCA, Professor Tony Peacock, explains "the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society, (BDRCS) told IRIN. Until the nextAustralian Collaborative Innovation awards are an excitingharvest we need to support the communities with cash and seedlings.development, as theycelebrate research that Fazlul Haque, Joint Secretary of the Disaster Management and Reliefmakes an impact and isDivision (DMRD), said the loss of rice paddies and livestock in the floodsout there actuallyhad badly shaken the livelihoods of millions who depend on agriculture.transforming the livesThe government estimates that more than 1,000 hectares of seasonalof Australians".crops were destroyed in eastern Bangladesh, while scores of poultryVaxsafe PM is a live farms and fish hatcheries were swept away.Poultry CRC CEO, Professor Mingan Choct attenuated vaccineThe Ministry of Agriculture is closely monitoring the situation in orderproviding broad to allocate aid to the farmers, Haque said. But rescue operations areprotection against different strains of Pasteurella multocida, thenow over and we are concentrating on relief aid, providing tarpaulins,causative agent of fowl cholera. It has been developed over an eight yearplastic sheeting, medicine, dry food and water purification tablets toperiod in a collaborative effort between The University of Melbourne,affected districts.Bioproperties Pty Ltd and the Poultry CRC.An estimated five million people were affected by days of exceptionallyPoultry CRC CEO, Professor Mingan Choct, said at the time, "thedevelopment of this innovative product is the direct outcome of anheavy rain, and the government says some 58,000 were displaced, butextraordinary collaborative effort. Without the specific expertise each humanitarian partners on the ground say the real number wascollaborator was able to provide, this would not have been possible tosignificantly higher.achieve". At least 131 people in four districts lost their lives when houses collapsedWith conservative estimates of $13M savings annually for the Australian and roads were flooded, the DMRD reported. Among the eight districtspoultry industry, which accounts for less than 1% of the global poultry impacted, Sylhet District in the northeast, and Chittagong, Coxs Bazar,industry, the development of Vaxsafe PM represents the type of real- and Bandarban districts in the southeast were the worst affected.world output that can be achieved under a collaborative model like theAt the beginning of July, the World Food Programme (WFP) inCRC Program. "The poultry industry is a major contributor to AustraliasBangladesh conducted a rapid needs assessment in the three mostfood basket. Without continued innovation and successful collaborationaffected districts in the southeast, where more than 100,000 people lostin this sector we will fail to meet the challenges of feeding a growingtheir homes and are in need of immediate assistance.population", said Professor Choct.Most of the displaced had returned to their homes by 11 July, WFPPoultry CRC would like to take this opportunity to thank ourreported. There will of course be an impact on food security becauseparticipants and researchers, in particular, Dr Peter Scott, Dr Rima Youil,Dr David Tinworth and many other staff members from The Universityseedbeds have been affected, but it is difficult to quantify this currently,of Melbourne and Bioproperties who made this success possible.said Michael Dunford, WFP deputy country director. The next harvestProfessor Kevin Whithear of The University of Melbourne was our season is not until October. WFP and others will continue to monitor theprogram manager to whom we owe our sincere thanks.situation.Poultry Sector in Andhra Seeks Subsidy in Rice, WheatINDIA - Andhra Pradesh Poultry Federation trading in the commodity. The requirement of(APPF) joint secretary N. Nageswara Rao has the domestic consumption should beasked the Ministry for Consumer Affairs and considered before allowing further exports, hePublic Distribution to allot at least 2 million added.tonnes of wheat and rice at subsidised rates to He said that the AP produced seven crore eggsthe poultry farmers who were facing hardships per day, which is one third of countrys eggowing to higher feed price which comprises of production and three crore broilers per monthmaize and soya. accounting for one tenth of the countrys broiler, Mr Rao said that poultry industry was facing aproduction. The poultry industry is providingsevere crisis owing to abnormal increase in the employment to more than six lakh peopleprices of maize and soyameal which were mostly in rural areas, he added.principal feed ingredients. The price of maize At the national-level the poultry industrywhich was Rs.840 per quintal two years ago hascontributed Rs.60,000 billion to the GNP andgone up to Rs.1,350 per quintal and that of soyaprovided employment to over six millionhas gone up to Rs.4,300 per quintal frompeople. Mr Rao said. In addition, two lakhRs.1,700 per quintal. maize and four lakh soyabean farmers areThe yield of maize was 19 million tonnes last of broilers to Rs.90 per kg, he pointed out. directly dependent on this sector because 80 peryear and that of soya 11.50 million tonnes in the Mr Rao said that the Government shouldcent of the maize and a substantial share ofcountry. This has resulted in the increase in the channelize soyameal exports to Iran through soyameal produced in the country are utilisedcost of production of an egg to Rs.3.25 and thatGovernment agencies and also ban forwardby the poultry industry,22 23. NewsKoebrugge Farm Celebrates25 Years as Ross PS ProducersNETHERLANDS - Aviagen EPI has surprised Ross customers Hennyand Marianne Koebrugge-Mulder of Koebrugge Farm with a celebrationof 25 years in business together. Based in a small village called AmbtDelden in the eastern part of the Netherlands Koebrugge was one of thefirst Ross broiler breeder farms in the Netherlands.Over the past 25 years, Koebrugge bought more than 500.000 Ross broilerbreeders. During these years the capacity of the farm has been increasedfrom 5.000 females placed to the current 20.000 females placed. The first flock of 12.000 Ross 208 birds was placed on May 31st 1987. Henny and Marianne were initially placing three flocks of 5000 females/ year. The rearing was done in one house and the egg production in two other houses at the same farm, and every 16-17 weeks a new flock was placed. During the period 1996 to 2000 Ross 508 was their breed of choice andfrom 2000 until now it has been Ross 308.To the question why they changed to Ross in the first place, Henny said:you always have to take into account, what the demand is of the market.That time in 1987 broiler results became more important and thehatcheries were asking for these type of birds. Presently in 2012 weexperience still similar demands for the same breed.Maurice Sander, Aviagen EPI, said: Were delighted to have givenMarianne and Henny this surprise. They have worked very hard over theyears and should be proud of their achievements. We just wanted toshow how much we appreciate the work they have done.Koebrugge does produce under a high hygiene standard and theirresults are always found in the top quartile or very close to thisdemonstrating the value in their hard work to produce quality birds.We as Aviagen-EPI would like to thank Henny and MarianneKoebrugge for their trust in our products and the positive support inseveral aspects during the past years. We hope to be in business togetherfor another 25 years.Farm Koebrugge is not only a hatching egg production farm but also acts asan instruction farm for students and trainees of other companies. Mariannehas always been involved with and has been president in many local andregional agricultural and poultry organisations and with her wideknowledge she can lead and support many discussions on a wide range ofsubjects.Marianne and Henny have extended their hospitality to visitors from allparts of the world. As early as 1987, Ross Breeders came with visitors fromthe Middle East. They were always prepared to train future broiler breederfarmers and many of them, recently mainly German farmers, got practicaltraining at Koebrugge farm.Highly Pathogenic AI birdsintercepted in TaiwanA passenger attempting to smuggle thirty-eight birds into Taiwan wasintercepted at Taoyuan International airport. The birds were tested andfound positive for HPAI H5N1, the World Organisation for AnimalHealth reports.The passenger was en route to Taiwan, travelling from Macau. The birdswere euthanised immediately, and sent to Taiwans National Lab at theAnimal Health Research Institute for testing.The smuggled birds tested positive for H5N1 HPAI virus and HAOcleavage sequencing showed high pathogenicity. All staff that had hadcontact with the birds are being monitored by the Health Authority.Under the OIE Terrestrial Code, this event does not affect the currentH5N1 HPAI-free status of Taiwan, and the issue is declared resolved.23 24. News Chickens May be Extraordinary in ANALYSIS - US poultry groups have called Fighting Cancer, says Researcher on the trade representative Ron Kirk to takeSouth Africa to the World Trade OrganizationUS - The common barnyard chicken could provide some very un-commonclues for fighting off diseases and might even offer new ways to attackover the anti-dumping duties imposed oncancer, according to a team of international researchers that includes aUS poultry products,Texas A&M University professor.The National Chicken Council and USA Poultry & Egg ExportJames Womack, Distinguished Professor of Veterinary Pathobiology in theCouncil (USPEEC) have urged the trade representative "to matchCollege of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, is co-author of aBrazils commitment to its industry by filing a World Tradepaper detailing the teams work that appears in the current issue of PNASOrganization (WTO) challenge on behalf of US chicken exporters(Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences). Womack was a leaderin the international effort to sequence the cattle genome in 2004.against the anti-dumping duties South Africa imposed on US chickennearly 12 years ago.Mr Womack and the team, comprised mostly of scientists from the SeoulNational University in Korea, examined 62 White Leghorn and 53 CornishWe urge the US government to support Brazil as a third-party in itschickens for diversity in NK-lysin, an antibacterial substance that occurscase if Brazil will agree to reciprocate and support the United Statesnaturally in animals and is used as a method of fighting off diseases.in its case, the organisations said.They were able to obtain two genetic variations of NK-lysin and the results Brazil filed a challenge with the WTO against the anti-dumpingoffered two unexpected shockers: both showed abilities to fight off duties South Africa imposed on Brazilian chicken. South Africabacterial infections and other diseases, while one showed it couldimposed anti-dumping duties on US poultry imports over twosuccessfully fight cancer cells as well.decades ago using the same flawed theory that it recently used"It took all of us by surprise," Mr Womack says of the findings.against Brazilian imports, the letter explained."One of the genetic variations shows it has the ability to fight against cancerUsing a weighted average export price for US bone-in chicken cutscells much more aggressively than the other variation. We certainly werefrom 2000 through to the first quarter of 2012, the organisations saidnot looking at the cancer side of this, but there it was."that the effective average duty levied by South Africa on the productsMr Womack says the team selected the two breeds because Cornish andis 258.8 per cent.White Leghorn chickens, found throughout most of the world, haverelatively diverse genetic origins. The US estimates that the industry could increase ite exports byAfter conducting a DNA sequence of the chickens, the team found two 127,000 tonnes a year if the market was open.variations of the genes that offered clues as to their protective ability toIn Europe, the European Parliament has voted for animal welfareward off infections.rules to be better enforced, existing loopholes closed and offenders"One form appears to be more potent in killing off cancer cells than thepunished.other, and thats the one that naturally caught our eye," Mr Womack adds. The MEPs said the action has to be taken because it will also protect"This could lead to other steps to fight cancer or in developing ways tohuman health, by preventing the spread of animal-related diseasesprevent certain infections or even diseases. Its another door that has beenand antimicrobial resistance.opened up. We are looking at similar studies right now to see if this ispossible with cattle. The new action follows condemnation of the lax implementation ofregulations from the Swedish MEP Marit Paulsen."The next step is to work with other animals and see if similar variants exist.We need to look for any genetic similarities to the chicken variants and then A new study from the European Food Safety Authority has reporteddetermine if these variants affect the health of the animal, but this is an that as far as food safety is concerned, there are no indications thatexciting first step in this direction. differences exist between food products derived from healthy clonesor their offspring in particular milk and meat - from those of healthy,Egg Prices Cut Ahead of Leanconventionally bred animals.Offtake PeriodHowever, in its scientific statement, EFSA said that it recognises thatanimal health and welfare concerns continue to be associated withINDIA - Shell egg trade has pruned farm-gate prices of its produce inthis technology.anticipation of the approaching Tamil austere month of Aadi (startingJuly 15) in Tamil Nadu and the onset of Shravan in the North and in EFSAs latest statement on animal cloning, which has been producedneighbouring Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka when the consumption of on the request of the European Commission, agrees that no newpoultry products will touch the nadir.scientific information has become available since its previous 2010To save the chicken farms and the trade from possible accumulation of statement that would require reconsideration of the Authoritysstocks, the National Egg Coordination Committee (NECC), Namakkalearlier conclusions and recommendations.Zone, has chosen to bring down the wholesale price of live birds to Rs 38 a The French government is considering taking further action overkg from Rs 44 last week.Californias ban on the sale foie gras.In the case of shell eggs, the apex body has trimmed the wholesale rate byThe French Department of Agriculture has called in the United States35 paise to Rs 2.85 a piece. Though sources in the egg trade said the pricecut was to encourage consumption of poultry products in the wake of Ambassador for meeting to make him aware of the situation that hasaustere period, an NECC spokesperson attributed the price cut to buyers arisen following the law that came into force on 1 July in California toresistance. prohibit the sale of foie gras on animal welfare grounds.The commodity hit a record Rs 3.33 on 28 June with a rise in demand French industry experts have called on the government to intervene,following the onset of south west monsoon. From 26 May to 28 June, thebecause they claim the action is contrary to the rules of the Worldwholesale price of egg has been increased 15 times from Rs 2.75 to Rs 3.33Trade Organization (WTO).(an overall increase by more than 19 per cent)."The Government will consider without waiting for the legal aspectsThe Chairman of NECC, Dr P Selvaraj said that prices may go downof this decision what action to take," said the Ministry of Agriculturefurther by 10-15 paise an egg and may start looking up only afterin a statement.Navaratri.24 25. 25 26. 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