PoultryCast update for June 5, 2009, Tracking Grains and Supply/Demand Issues and Thoughts on Sustainability

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Update for June 5, 2009

A special series on pelleted feed issues highlights recent PoultryCast programs with research presented at the MultiState Poultry Feed and Nutrition Conference in Indy. The industry continues to deal with high feed costs so maximizing nutritive value is key to survival. Also, an interesting perspective on the concept of conservation offered by a participant at the recent World Ag Forum is posted for your consideration.

We have arranged for follow up interviews looking at nutrition and feed management issues from the Multi-State Poultry Feeding and Nutrition Conference. Bottom line.. is the bottom line. Producers holding tightly to every nickle and pushing cost cutting measures to the quick. Some other conversations on nutrition back at PoultryCast.com.

PoultryCast® Conversations
  • MP3 fileAudio: PoultryCast 0170, WAF - Thoughts on Sustainability.
  • MP3 fileAudio: PoultryCast 0168, Tracking Grains and Supply/Demand Issues.
PoultryCast® Headliners
  • CropVillage special: In the next 50 years we will have to feed 100% more people than we do today. With only 1% more available land, the challenge seems paramount. We will have to rely on technology to contribute 70% of the added food. As our business climate continues to include opposition from various groups, it is even more important that we are all using the same playbook. Jeff Simmons, Elanco Animal Health President, recently provided a great scouting report. Read details in the white paper and listen to our conversation with Jeff Simmons.
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