PoultryCast update for April 22, 2010, Evaluating Enzyme Effectiveness - Steps You Can Take

U.S. Poultry will return to Russia after negotiators agreed to provide supplies which had not been treated with a chlorine rinse to reduce Salmonella. The story was covered in the St. Petersburg Times.

It’s interesting to note the article mentions the renewed effort to increase domestic meat production in Russia. “President Dmitry Medvedev signed a new 'food security' doctrine in February, calling for, among other things, 85 percent of all meat consumed in the country to be produced domestically. In January, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin said Russia would be able to cease all poultry imports by 2015.” There are, of course, many forms of trade restrictions.

Be sure to check the PoultryCast inventory of stories related to exports. Then, give us your ideas for additional stories and guests by leaving a comment or sending an email to Feedback@PoultryCast.com.

As an aside, Elanco Food Solutions may play a key role in resolving the issue. The following is a recent release from the company: "Elanco Food Solutions has introduced a food safety product for poultry processing plants: a carcass rinse to reduce Salmonella… AviBrom is a post-harvest carcass rinse that reduces Salmonella pathogens during processing".

Elanco Food Solutions recently was launched as a business platform of Elanco, a division of Eli Lilly and Company. Elanco Food Solutions will market pre- and post-harvest food-safety products and services to poultry, beef and pork packers and processors.

PoultryCast has been invited to Elanco’s new world headquarters to discuss the Elanco Food Solutions program. That visit scheduled to take place this next month. Stay tuned…

If you haven’t checked the PoultryCast website recently, you may have missed the conversation on ‘Evaluating Enzymes’. The presentation was well attended at the recent Midwest Poultry Convention. We spoke with Dr. Brian Richart of Iowa State shortly afterwards.

Next event, the Animal Ag Alliance Stakeholder Summit in Alexandria, VA at the end of the month. Check out the coverage at PoultryCast.com… and we’ll be talking soon.
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Evaluating Enzyme Effectiveness - Steps You Can Take

MP3 fileDr. Brian Richart, Iowa State, offers practical to evaluate enzymes.

Will Washington Atmosphere Prove Toxic For Agriculture?

MP3 fileSara Wyant, Agri-Pulse publisher, shares thoughts on agriculture and its relationship with Washington DC.

What Does The New Health Bill Hold For Agriculture?

MP3 fileRoger McEowen, Iowa State Center for Agricultural Law and Taxation, looks at key provisions of what was the Health Care Bill and is now law.


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Agriculture Telling its Story

Truth, Lies and Videotape: Is Activism Jeopardizing Our Food Security?

Animal Agriculture Alliance's 9th Annual Stakeholder Summit is April 28-29 2010 at the Westin Arlington Gateway Hotel in Arlington, Virginia. The main topic is "Truth, Lies and Videotape: Is Activism Jeopardizing Our Food Security?" This event will feature a keynote by Dr. Elizabeth Parker, Chairman, Animal Agriculture Alliance and Chief Veterinarian, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association. Topics being covered include: an animal agriculture legislative update, terrorism against the food industry, and proactive animal well-being initiatives. See program for details.

Careers in Agriculture

Future of Ag Careers What is the future of the job market for those in agriculture? What should those in agriculture do to advance their career? Of value are the ag focused career resources/tools+videos.

PoultryCast® Conference Connection

Fresh presentations from the 2010 NIAA One Health: Implications for Animal Agriculture

Video fileVideo: Welfare: The Husbandry-Health Link: The poultry perspective Dr. Pat Wakenell, Purdue University.

Video fileVideo: Ballot Initiatives: The Ohio experience Mike Bumgarner, Ohio Farm Bureau Federation.

Additional presentations available for the Opening Session, Animal Care, Animal Identification, Emerging Diseases, Poultry, and International Trade.


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