Poultry Processing Equipment Market Size Expanding with Flourishing Animal Farming Industry

In the wake of Industry 4.0, wherein all the industries are traversing towards a technological transition, poultry farming is also wading its way towards the digital regime when poultry processing equipment is altered with automation. Even though the emerging trend has not gained prominence across the globe, poultry farming firms are indeed gradually realizing the need for leveraging technology for higher efficiency. This seismic shift in the modus operandi is disrupting in terms of how the future poultry farms will work. Already, automatic poultry feeder for broilers and breeders are gradually gaining grounds in the poultry industry. Furthermore, hygiene has been a concern in poultry farming for which contemporary poultry farms are looking for better evisceration equipment. For instance, Marel Poultry provides innovative evisceration facility to poultry farms that also aid to the hygiene, thereby positively impacting the final product’s quality. Although some of the consumers are resorting to vegetarianism and veganism, the poultry industry continues to grow, which is consistently creating prospects in thePoultry Processing Equipment Market. This is quite evident in the sustain...

Chicken Farmers Thought Trump Was Going to Help Them. Then His Administration Did the Opposite.

“There’s a New Kind of Corruption in Town:” That’s my post where I talk about the new types of corruption that more and more seem to define us, and ask readers to help crowdfund the new Mother Jones Corruption Project. My take? Corruption is nothing new, but today feels different, and a big reason why is the growing dismissal of the media that once exposed My Lai, the Rambler, Bull Connor and Watergate. Please check out the full post, and pitch in with a tax-deductible donation if our plan sounds good to you. “There’s a New Kind of Corruption in Town:” Kevin Drum makes the case to pitch in for MoJo’s new Corruption Project. By late 2016, many of the nation’s 25,000 chicken farmers said they had grown bitterly frustrated by the administration of President Barack Obama. Under Obama, top officials had promised to help farmers by tightening regulations on meat processing companies, which for decades had been growing bigger and more powerful. The industry consolidation extended to beef, dairy and pork as well as poultry, but the Obama administration was particularly concerned about the effects on farmers who raise chickens on contract ...