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2005年12月 13日 星期二
Challenged by bird flu, Thai firm rechannels
THAILAND - In their protective armor of color-coded plastic hats, face masks, gowns, gloves and rubber boots, the production line workers at Charoen Pokphand Food's Saraburi factory could be mistaken for workers in a biological warfare facility. In...
2005年11月 28日 星期一
Frozen pig semen used for breeding
THAILAND - Pigs with good genetic make-up could be genetically reproduced an unlimited number of times as a result of Thai veterinarians’ success in developing a new method of artificial insemination ? that involves freezing pig semen. Padej Thammarak,...
2005年11月 9日 星期三
Charoen Pokphand Foods future lies in pork and seafood
THAILAND - Bird flu takes bite out of chicken sales, but Asia wide open for shrimp, red meat products. Mention Charoen Pokphand Foods and most people think immediately of the country’s largest chicken breeder and processor. But over five years the...
2005年11月 7日 星期一
Thailand to separate swine, poulty in effort to contain bird flu
THAILAND - Senior government officials and international organizations will meet here next week to map out regulations to separate pigs and poluty in separate production pens on local farms in a bid to reduce the opportunity for bird flu virus to jump...
2005年 9月 12日 星期一
Banned antiobiotics given to Thai pigs to speed up growth.
THAILAND - The Agriculture Ministry yesterday seized some 10,000 pigs in Prachuap Khiri Khan as they were given carcinogenic feed to hasten their growth. After inspecting 400 farms with more than 200,000 pigs in the province, the ministry decided keep...
2005年 5月 16日 星期一
Thai pigs declared free from avian flu
THAILAND - The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives confirmed today that no cases of avian flu had been found among Thai pigs, pointing to strict measures to ensure that the virus did not spread from poultry to other animals. Speaking in response...
2005年 4月 27日 星期三
Pork prices in Thailand to be controlled
THAILAND - Thailand will place pork on its list of commodities subject to price controls next month in an attempt to prevent domestic stocks from leaving the country due to increasing prices....
2005年 4月 26日 星期二
Pork to be placed on list of controlled goods
THAILAND - Pork eaters across the nation will soon be able to purchase their meat at lower prices, thanks to today’s decision by the government to place pork on a list of commodities subject to price controls. Mr. Siripol Yodmuangcharoen, Director-General...
2005年 3月 24日 星期四
Complaints against two pig farms
THAILAND - Provincial livestock officials in Thailand's eastern province of Chachoengsao have complained to police about two local pig farms feeding their pigs with a dangerous chemical prohibited by the Agriculture and Cooperatives Ministry. The...
2004年12月 17日 星期五
Study Findings to Benefit Thailand's Pork Exports
THAILAND - Recent research in Thailand has shown that yoghurt is beneficial to piglets....
2004年10月 7日 星期四
Thai production costs would double
THAILAND - If the European Union succeeds in raising animal welfare and “traceability” issues during the next round of World Trade Organisation (WTO) discussions, the cost of many Thai exports could double, a British professor said yesterday. If...
2004年10月 6日 星期三
Thailand pork raisers to adopt international standards
THAILAND - The Thai swine industry is in the process of upgrading local farm and slaughter operations to meet international standards, a move hoped to open the door for more exports of fresh and processed products, according to Surachai Sutthitham, president...
2004年 8月 5日 星期四
Dozen of pigs in N. Thailand die with unknown cause
THAILAND - A dozen of pigs in the northern province of Kampaengpetch in Thailand have died with unknown cause. The 12 pigs belonged to a farm of a local villager in Ban Kon Tai in the province's Muang district, the Thai News Agency reported Tuesday....
2004年 3月 16日 星期二
Piglet deaths ‘not from bird ’flu’
THAILAND - The deaths of 60 piglets on a single farm recently from respiratory infection were the result of hog cholera, not avian ’flu, according to the island’s top livestock official. The Chief of the Phuket Provincial Livestock Office (PPLO),...
2004年 2月 3日 星期二
Thai Pig Raisers Urged To Upgrade Hygiene Standards
THAILAND - Thai pig raisers are being urged to upgrade hygiene standards by the Livestock Development Department in order to comply with the government's food safety initiative this year. ...
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