May 2022 issue

547

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INSIDE


Quail eggs offer potential

Thailand’s quail sector has progressed ahead of its counterparts in the region. While other countries still focus on fresh quail eggs, Thailand produces and exports value-added eggs, writes HA THU and the Asian Agribiz team.

Finding ways to achieve efficiency

Philippine egg producers face many challenges, not least of which is rising production costs — which is why efficiency is key. For Eggcellent Poultry Farms in Isabela province, finding ways to achieve efficiency is a priority, writes ISA Q TAN.

A new era of change


In this issue, we see Indian poultry integrator Suguna Foods transitioning, with the baton being handed to Vignesh Soundararajan as MD. Chairman Bangarusamy Soundararajan believes his son will be able to drive the company to greater success, benefiting farmers, industry, customers, partners, and people.

Moving to Southeast Asia, Vietnam’s GreenFeed has added a new food brand to its portfolio with the acquisition of poultry meat producer LeBoucher. Cuong Quang, Executive Director at GreenFeed Vietnam believes this move will allow GreenFeed and LeBoucher to grow stronger, while completing its value chain.

Enjoy reading corporate strategies and industry dynamics in this issue!

Broiler water balance

Dr TIM WALKER discusses broiler water balance and excretion to litter, especially those feed-associated factors that can cause excessive water excretion.

Nam Huong pioneers cage-free farming

Sabroso, is making headway in Pakistan’s processed food market. Executive Director Muhammad Salman Sabir tells ZAHRAH IMTIAZ that their success lies in being able to bring ‘novelty and convenience to the market’.

Opportunities in egg business

Improving the value of the meat business and products, in response to new consumer behavior is crucial to maintaining market share, writes MELIYANA.

A better form of vitamin D3

THAU KIONG CHUNG and MOISES JOHN REYES explain the proven advantages of 25(OH)D3, a more bioactive form of vitamin D3, particularly for more extended laying cycles.

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