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Tuesday 02 July 2013

Poland

Problems in the poultry industry

Resistance to the antibiotic, erythromycin, has been found in four per cent of Campylobacter strains isolated from chicken meat from Warsaw retailers.

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Friday 14 June 2013

Poland

Poultry and eggs

EPEXA, the Association of European hatching eggs, one-day olds and pullet exporters in the EU, representing their members of 13 Member States, founded in 1987, held its 26th General Assembly in Krakow on 6 - 9 June 2013.

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Saturday 11 May 2013

Poland

Anti-Semitism still rages in Poland

Survey of Polish students commissioned by Jewish community shows 44 percent would "not be happy" to have a Jewish neighbor.

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Friday 22 February 2013

Poland

Pig farming problems

In December 2012, Polish swine inventories totalled 11.1 million head, a 15 per cent drop in comparison to the same period of previous year and a 40 per cent decline over the last six years.

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Saturday 19 January 2013

Poland

Farmers locked in a time warp

Poland has become eighth EU member state to ban the cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops approved by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) as safe.

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Monday 03 December 2012

Poland

Multi million meat plant and Kosher ban

Multi million meat plant and Kosher ban News that ritual slaughter could be banned in Poland caught Jakub Lopinski at a critical moment in his career.

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Poland

Polish Attorney General Andrzej Seremet cover up over Catholic church child abuse

Polish Attorney General Andrzej Seremet has no problem with the Catholic priest in Poland buggering every little boy and girl they can get their hands on, yet feels he must interfere if the Jewish and Moslem religious rights and set them up for thinly veiled anti sematic attacks.

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Poland

This is not the first time the poles (Not Nazi's) have banned Kosher

The destruction of European Jewry really began with the First World War: the uprooting of millions of Jews, the destruction of old communities, the breakdown of religious infrastructure, habits and social observances, etc. All of that was accelerated by what happened after the war.In Poland, between the wars the Jews counted between 10-12% of the population, the largest proportion of Jews to non-Jews in any European country. This visibility did not bode well for them.

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Saturday 10 November 2012

Poland

Poultry production

More than 180 breeder and broiler farmers, veterinarians and nutrition specialists took part in the symposium organised by Cobb Germany at Havet, one of the leading seaside resorts in Poland.

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Monday 05 November 2012

Poland

Poultry farming in the Dark Ages

More than 180 breeder and broiler farmers, veterinarians and nutrition specialists took part in a recent symposium organised by Cobb Germany at Havet, a leading seaside resort in Poland.

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Tuesday 30 October 2012

Poland

Poland ‘good among European countries for performance’

More than 180 breeder and broiler farmers, veterinarians and nutrition specialists took part in the symposium organized by Cobb Germany at Havet, one of the leading seaside resorts in Poland.

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Sunday 14 October 2012

Poland

DSM pig conference in Poznan

DSM pig conference in Poznan

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Friday 22 June 2012

Poland

Decline in the pig herd

Polish herd continues to fall

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Sunday 20 May 2012

Poland

Time to stand on their own feet

At the Agriculture and Fisheries Council meeting in Luxemburg last week, the Polish delegation briefed the ministers of theEuropean Commission (EC) on the consequences of the current situation for the market in milk and dairy products.

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Monday 23 April 2012

Poland

Pas Reform have big plans

Pands with Pas Reform

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Thursday 19 April 2012

Poland

Pas Reform boost to poultry industry

IKO Poland expands with Pas Reform

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Saturday 21 January 2012

Poland

New man at AB Vista

People: AB Vista fills pivotal role in Central Eastern Europe

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Thursday 22 December 2011

Poland

Farming for the future

The agriculture ministries of Ukraine and Poland on December 7, 2011, signed a memorandum of cooperation in adapting the Ukrainian agricultural sector and rural areas to European Union (EU) standards.

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Wednesday 21 December 2011

Poland

Poultry awards

International animal feed company, De Heus, has been announced as the seventh winner of the Dutch-Polish Business Award (DPBA).

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Saturday 22 October 2011

Poland

Dairy on the market

Arla Foods will centralise its current production of Mozzarella cheese at its dairy plant in Rødkærsbro, Denmark. Consequently, the company is looking to sell its production facilities in Gościno, Poland.

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Friday 14 October 2011

Poland

New poultry production facility

The first HatchBrood facility in Poland has been taken into operations the month. The HatchBrood facility is part of a large new project where Zwd Sztuder ordered a complete HatchTech product portfolio as part of an investment program aimed at maximising chick quality.

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Sunday 18 September 2011

Poland

Caged hen problems

The suspicion has been raised by Robert Sturdy, Conservative MEP for East Anglia and a farmer, himself, who is concerned that egg producers in this country could find themselves disadvantaged when the conventional cage ban begins on January 1 2012. Whilst producers in this country have made the investment necessary to switch to either free range or enriched cage production, it is estimated that nearly a quarter of laying hens in the European Union will still be in conventional cages when the ban begins.

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Poland

Drop in grain production

Poland’s grain production and quality will decline this year because of heavy rain in the past weeks, Agriculture Minister Marek Sawicki said.

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Tuesday 13 September 2011

Poland

Egg production problems

The suspicion has been raised by Robert Sturdy, Conservative MEP for East Anglia and a farmer, himself, who is concerned that egg producers in this country could find themselves disadvantaged when the conventional cage ban begins on January 1 2012. Whilst producers in this country have made the investment necessary to switch to either free range or enriched cage production, it is estimated that nearly a quarter of laying hens in the European Union will still be in conventional cages when the ban begins.

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Monday 12 September 2011

Poland

Drop in grain production

Poland’s grain production and quality will decline this year because of heavy rain in the past weeks, Agriculture Minister Marek Sawicki said.

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Thursday 07 July 2011

Poland

Organic food

Shops selling organic food in Poland forecast a 20-30% annual growth of sales in the 10 upcoming years. Polish citizens are increasingly keen on purchasing products from certified farms. The value of the organic food market in Poland is estimated at PLN500 million, while globally it is worth USD55 billion, “Rzeczpospolita” reports.

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Wednesday 08 June 2011

Poland

Organic farming

It appears that the eastern city of Lublin could emerge as Poland's unofficial capital of organic food, Puls Biznesu reports.

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Thursday 10 March 2011

Poland

Using pig swill

Poland has urged the European Union to permit animal products for use in animal feed. This bid by Poland has been backed by the Netherlands.

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Thursday 10 February 2011

Poland

Poultry industry problems

Until recently, Polish broiler producers tended to build poultry buildings outside of villages and towns so as not disturb inhabitants with unpleasant smells emitted during boiler production.

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