• Russia’s egg industry’s net profit dropped by $ 254 million in 2017, as the wholesale prices on the domestic market fell during the year, ending up at $ 0.56 per ten eggs. Market research by the Russian Union of Poultry Farmers (Rosptitsesoyuz) notes a 14% drop compared to 2016.

  • Egg yolks vary wildly in color ― from soft yellow to dark orange, even red ― and our color preference often varies depending on where we’re from. But what does the color tell us about the quality and nutrition of our eggs?

  • Millions of day old male chicks will no longer need to be gassed following the launch of a market-ready method for identifying the gender in hatching eggs.

  • When it comes to foods with confusing health messages, eggs may take the cake: Despite being a long-time breakfast and baking staple, health experts warned for years against eating them—especially the yolks—on a super-regular basis, for fears that doing so could raise cholesterol and contribute to heart disease.

  • Free-range farm chickens may be fat and wholesome, and their eggs more nutritious... but they sure as hell do not live the glorious, carefree lives pictured in those idyllic Farmer Brown ads. At least not on real farms.

  • Eggs- the centre

  • Methionine is essential for the performance of laying hens and its availability is necessary to achieve economical production. A trial, carried out in a tropical climate, demonstrated the equivalence of Hydroxy-methionine (OH-Met) to DL-methionine (DL-Met) in sustaining growth, laying performance and egg quality.

  • The revenue of the chicken egg market in Eastern Europe amounted to $9.7B in 2018, surging by 6.6% against the previous year.



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