Asian Poultry Magazine

Each issue carries news, technical and on-farm features as well as industry updates that are Asia focused, relevant and applicable to readers within the poultry sector in Asia.

This magazine has been tracking developments in the industry for two decades and reaches out to a niche but wide group of industry leaders in Asia and suppliers to the industry, globally.

Readership includes producers, nutritionists, veterinarians, feedmillers, processors, retailers and suppliers.

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Highlights from the November/December 2018 Issue

Korean Gochujang Chicken Drumettes is ready in just 15 minutes and served with the delectable Gochujang sauce included in the pack.

BRF’s Sadia focuses on poultry products to drive growth

Having made its way into Singapore three years ago, Brazilian meat producer BRF is continuing to bank on more innovative poultry products to drive growth in the island nation.






The average body weight of Peksi’s quails is 220 g/bird with feed intake of 26 g/bird/day.

Peksi ups DOQ  production capacity 

Driven by increasing demand from regions beyond Java, Indonesia’s quality day-old quail (DOQ) producer Peksi Gunaraharja plans to increase its DOQ production capacity in 2019. Asian Agribiz writes that the Jogjakarta-based company is improving its quail contract farming business.





Betagro was the first company in the world to receive the ‘raised without antibiotics’ certification.

Thailand leads with animal welfare

Along with the growing awareness on food safety, consumers are now watching what they eat and paying more attention to where their food is coming from. 






Asian Poultry Magazine organised two-day conferences on broiler nutrition in Bangkok on 8-9 August and in Jakarta 13-14 August. Within the framework of ‘science, trials & application’ speakers presented a strong technical program with papers detailing the latest regionally relevant research with practical take-home messages to help broiler and feed producers improve productivity and profit margins – click here for the report of the 2018 Broiler Feed Quality Conferences.