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September 29, 2013

Pakistan Poultry Market Updates September 29, 2013

29/09/2013 Sunday. Pakistan Poultry Market Updates September 29, 2013 Egg Karachi: 2820 Punjab: 2820 Farm Gate Rate Cage: 2600 Floor: 2540 Starter: 32.00-39.99=1500 Gram=Rupees 40.00-50.99=44 51.99=45 Floor 51.99=47 Cage 52.99=46 Floor 52.99=48 Cage Today Broiler Announcendnt Lahore Farm Rate: 112 Multan Poultry Association: 122 Quetta Poultry Traders Association: 136 Sindh & Balochistan Digri: 131 Kunri: 130 Badin: 133 Haiderbad: 134 Mir Pur Khas: 132…

Latest Agriculture Jobs: Punjab Public Service Commission Lahore PPSC

Sunday 29-September-2013 Latest Agriculture Jobs Government Jobs BPS 17-18 Agriculture Livestock & Dairy Department through Punjab Public Service Commission PPSC For Further Detial Please  Click Bellow Courtesy   Jang   Date: 29-September-2013 Sunday Published in ZaraiMedia.com Jobs in Agriculture, Jobs Jobs in Agriculture, Jobs

International Camel Conference: Dec. 19-21, 2013

"International Camel Conference: Camels are Created for Deserts (Dec. 19-21, 2013)" World Camel Conference 2013 We extend a warm welcome to the distinguished teachers, researchers, clinicians and pharmaceutical industry leaders from around the world to the Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan for the World Camel Conference 2013. The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan is going to organized. Contact at:: Prof. Dr. Shazia Anjum  Director…

Overview International Poultry Expo (IPEX 2013)

September 29, 2013 More than 5,000 business entrepreneurs and policy-making authorities of the government will attend this international exhibition in addition to more than 10,000 visitors, reports Daily Times. Companies related to the dairy sector, poultry sector, chicken processing, food chains, fisheries, banks, telecommunication companies, hotels and fast food chains will play very active role in making the Expo a success by participating in the event. You may find some big food chain…

BROILER: Higher value of NSP enzymes with an eye on high raw material costs

A study based on optimisation of “broiler 
grower” formula proves the economic benefits of NSP enzymes, regardless of raw material 
prices or nutritional levels required. Higher value of NSP enzymes with an eye on high raw material costs By Pascal Thiery, Technical Manager for Africa and Middle East Region, Adisseo NSP (non-starch polysaccharides) enzymes are known to increase the digestibility of raw materials for monogastric animal 
species, such as rapeseed meals and DDGS, offering…

Nawaz to take up water issues

September 29, 2013 MUSHTAQ GHUMMAN Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif will reportedly take up the issue of four proposed controversial hydropower projects under construction in the held Kashmir with his Indian counterpart Dr, Manmohan Singh in New York on Sunday (tomorrow), well informed sources told Business Recorder. Prime Minister will convey Pakistan's reservations on the 850 MW Ratle on the Chenab River, 1000 MW Pakal Dul on the Marusaadar River, 120 MW Miyar, and 48 MW Lower Kalnai…

PPA opposes irrational taxes on poultry products

September 29, 2013 LAHORE - The Pakistan Poultry Association, generating employment for more than 1.5 million people of the country, has said poultry goods, being the agricultural product, are exempted from withholding tax under Income Tax Ordinance 1979.Presenting a set of recommendations to the federal government, during a ceremony of IPEX-2013, the chief organizer Raza Mehmood Khursand, observed that poultry sector should not be strangulated with oppressive and irrational taxes in a…

FOOD: USDA Approves 2nd Generation GMOs

The USDA has just approved a new generation of GMOs for use with more deadly herbicides than the toxic glyphosate that currently taints farms across America. You won’t hear about this on the mainstream though – it was all done very quietly in the hopes that no one would notice. Bayer has developed a soybean that can withstand applications of the toxin isoxaflutole (IFT). IFT is classified as a probable human carcinogen. That’s right – they KNOW that it causes cancer and they…

India’s soymeal export outlooks differ on monsoon impact

September 29, 2013 India could export as much as 5 million tonnes of soymeal in the year beginning October 1, 2013, an increase of about 25 percent on the previous year, as Asia's top exporter finds strong demand from Iran and Thailand. The June-to-September monsoon has poured heavy rains on growing soyabean plants in the key producing states of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh, and top executives have taken differing views of the damage they had caused. India's soymeal exports compete…

US sugar processors offer 377,000 tonnes of sugar to USDA for ethanol

September 29, 2013 US sugar processors have offered to sell nearly 377,000 tonnes of sugar to the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) for its "sugar-for-ethanol program," as the government makes a last-ditch effort to reduce an oversupply and boost domestic prices. The USDA will offer the sugar to ethanol producers, aimed at averting mass forfeitures of sugar that was used as collateral for government-backed loans. The six companies have offered raw cane and refined beet sugar located…

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