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Asia: Bird flu outbreaks see 200,000 birds culled

More than 200,000 avian animals will be culled in the Philippines

Hundreds of thousands of birds have been culled in the Philippines and Laos after both Southeast Asian countries reported avian influenza (AI) outbreaks.

Hampton Creek CEO Josh Tetrick wants help from meat processors to ramp up production

Lab-grown meat firm in talks to license tech

Asian demand for further processed poultry will lift demand for better equipment

Demand for quick meat to fuel poultry processing machinery growth

Contract talks in 2014 and 2015 caused sever disruptions to US meat exports

Meat export crisis averted as dockworkers agree contract extension

World Steak Challenge – video highlights

World Steak Challenge will return again in 2018

World Steak Challenge – in pictures

Antibiotic producer ECO saw strong full-year growth

Antibiotic sales inject pace to ECO’s profit growth

The UK could face complex tariff rate quotas on meat products after Brexit

Meat sector facing new trade tariffs post-Brexit

World Steak Challenge is the industry-leading event for steaks

Deadline approaching for World Steak Challenge

India accounts for roughly a fifth of the world's beef exports

India’s cattle ban could ‘halt’ beef exports

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