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This is an online version of the Poultry Hub’s “little black book”, where organisations within the poultry industry (many in Australia) may be found.
To find individuals within the poultry industry, please click HERE.
AFOS is new age feed formulation software based on hybrid cloud technology. AFOS has advanced, reliable and robust calculation engine, multi client and multi plant support, web client, multiblending and other advanced features targeted for modern feed production.
Agri Enterprises Pty Ltd specialises in constructing Advanced Poultry Systems and Egg Packaging. Agri Enterprises constructs poultry systems (including fully automated poultry layer systems, grower sheds and egg grading machines) for green-field operations and for egg producers who wish to upgrade their current egg production facilities.
ROTO GRIND THE MOST VERSATILE TUB GRINDER ON THE MARKET
AGSTA is now the proud sole Australasian agents for ROTO GRIND the most versatile tub grinder on the market.
The ROTO GRIND has versatile discharge with many options. This allows for grinding into stock piles, covered sheds, trucks, mixers, self feeders, bale rings, feed bunks, and spreading bedding. The grinders swivel attachment fits all spout designs.
ROTO GRIND’S Standard spout design has very little waste compared to a conveyor belt discharge, in windy conditions.
ROTO GRIND grinders do not damage the tractors PTO, drive components and engine because of their design. The fly wheel style rotor and hammers eliminate shock loads.
AGSTA also has Roto Grind Grain Grinders are very high capacity grain processors. You can easily control the consistency and size of the grind without sacrificing capacity. University tests show increased milk production when finely ground corn is used in their feed ration over rolled corn. (Gains of 4 to 8 pounds per cow per day). Nutritionists are advising all Dairy and Beef producers to utilize the extra benefits of feeding ground corn.
All Roto Grind Grain Grinders have an optional water valve that allows the operator to add water as the grain is being ground. This allows you to keep your moisture content at the most desirable levels and controls dust when grinding dry grains. You can grind any type of small grains, either dry or high moisture, for much less money than a roller mill or conventional style hammer mill.
We would love to hear any enquiries you may have about ROTO GRIND
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Alltech Biotechnology aims to improve animal health and performance by adding nutritional value to animal feed, enhancing the performance of the animal and increasing animal production. Alltech is a Participant in the Poultry CRC.
Almond Grove Free Range Poultry’s turkeys are raised in a manner as close as possible to that which would occur in the natural environment.
Alstonville Poultry Farm, located in Alstonville NSW this primary producer provides excellent local chicken meat and eggs.
The American Association of Avian Pathologists (AAAP) assures prevention and elimination of suffering and loss of poultry due to disease and the provision of a safe poultry-associated food supply through providing an open exchange of scientific and practical information. Veterinary and non-veterinary researchers, public, private and industry veterinarians, technicians, poultry company owners, industries supporting poultry production representatives, and flock managers are provided cutting edge science concerning the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of poultry disease as well as food safety and animal welfare through national and regional scientific meetings, text books, manuals, and pamphlets developed and authored by the AAAP membership. It is through this effort that the AAAP has received and continues to seek global recognition for this expertise.
Avian Diseases is an international journal dedicated to publishing original basic or clinical research of the highest quality from various disciplines including microbiology, immunology, and pathology. Papers on avian diseases relevant to etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment, and control are accepted. The mission is to enhance scientific knowledge and promote avian health.
Articles/Journals can either be purchased through the AAAP website or through online resources such as Jstor.
American Egg Board (AEB) is the American egg industry’s promotional arm, consisting of 18 members and 18 alternates from all regions of the country. The AEB website includes recipes, nutrition information and egg industry statistics.
Animal Welfare Science Centre (AWSC) is a joint centre of The University of Melbourne, Monash University and the Department of Primary Industries Victoria.
Approved Supplier Management works within the commercial shell egg industry to develop, implement and train businesses in food safety and qaulity systems and assist clients to maintain their food safety certifications. Our work is predominantly in support of systems that meet the Global Food Safety Initiative (SQF, GlobalG.A.P.) and the requirements of the major supermarkets and hosptiality industries.
Auburn University’s Department of Poultry Science offers a wide selection of undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Research includes the innovative interactive ‘Virtual Chicken’ learning tool.
AusIndustry is the Australian Commonwealth Government’s agency for delivering products, services and information that support industry, research and innovation.
Australasian Agricultural Services is an Australian owned family business supplying a full range of poultry shed equipment, hatchery equipment and spare parts required for poultry farming in Australia and the Pacific Islands.
The Australasian Turkey Federation strives to promote turkey in Australasia, and support the needs of its members.
AVPA is a professional body dedicated to the advancement of knowledge in poultry disease and husbandry. It incorporates a Poultry Special Interest Group of the Australian Veterinary Association. Membership is available to individuals and groups working in or interested in any veterinary aspect of poultry.
The AVPA was formed about four decades ago. The goal was to provide a forum where veterinarians working with poultry in Australia could meet and exchange views. It was also intended to represent the health and food safety issues of the poultry industry to government and industry research bodies. It was quickly realised that the model of a professional association open only to veterinarians was not useful in such a small industry and one with a particular need for a close relationship with the research community. As a result, in the 1970s membership became available to anyone with an interest in poultry health and the association prospered. New Zealand always has had a few members and that was recognised in the recent change from Australian to Australasian.
As much as anything, membership of AVPA allows the building of relationships across the wider community of people with an interest in poultry health. AgVet suppliers and vaccine manufacturers not only support us financially, but become part of the group and are available to members for consultations about their products and to advise future products we may need.
Researchers find the interaction with industry valuable as a feedback mechanism and to keep in touch with the commercial world of poultry production. This, in turn, can help them make applications for funding that are more relevant and so have a better chance of success.
For government and industry bodies, membership permits an efficient way of tapping into the industry for information and also to disseminate their point of view.
And finally, for the clinicians it is a forum to communicate with one another, build relationships of friendship and cooperation, discuss problems and coordinate an industry approach and to interact upwards into the research community and suppliers as a resource of technical knowledge.
We welcome membership applications from anyone with an interest in poultry health and they will find a friendly and lively group and are certain to enjoy the two scientific meetings we run each year.
The Australian Animal Health Laboratory (AAHL) is a national centre of excellence in disease diagnosis, research and policy advice in animal health. AAHL is a major facility of CSIRO Livestock Industries.
ACIAR is an Australian Government statutory authority that operates as part of Australia’s Aid Program within the portfolio of Foreign Affairs and Trade. It contributes to the aid program objectives of advancing Australia’s national interest through poverty reduction and sustainable development.
The Australian Chicken Growers’ Council represents contract meat chicken growers at the national level.
The Australian Chicken Meat Federation represents the Australian chicken meat industry at the national level. Its website includes information about chicken meat production and consumption.
The Australian Egg Corporation Limited is a members’ organisation for egg producers and is an Essential Participant in the Poultry CRC. It provides marketing, research and policy services on behalf of all Australian egg farmers.
Australian Genome Research Facility is Australia’s largest provider of genomics services and solutions.
The Australian National University (ANU) is one of the world’s foremost research universities. Distinguished by its relentless pursuit of excellence, ANU attracts leading academics and outstanding students from Australia and around the world.
The ARC is a statutory authority within the Australian Government’s Innovation, Industry, Science and Research (IISR) portfolio and provides advice to the Government on research matters and manages the National Competitive Grants Program (NCGP).
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Structural and Functional Microbial Genomics conducts integrated research that elucidates key aspects of microbial pathogens and the hosts they infect. Focusing on diseases of importance to Australian Primary Industry, the Centre is developing new veterinary vaccines and identifying novel antimicrobial targets.
The Aviagen Group, through a global network of distributors, delivers day old broiler chick and turkey grandparent and parent stock to over 250 poultry producers in over 85 countries worldwide. Aviagen is a Participant in the Poultry CRC.
Avian Health Online is an interactive online course for veterinarians working in the global poultry industry.
AIRG is an informal international grouping of scientists who share the common aim of gaining a better understanding of the immune system of domestic birds and its role in the defense against pathogens. AIRG’s ad hoc meetings and sporadic proceedings have greatly contributed to advancing the understanding of avian immunology and contributed to advances in the poultry industry.
Baiada Poultry is one of Australia’s largest chicken meat companies and a Participant in the Poultry CRC. The Baiada family’s involvement with poultry stretches back to the 1940s.
Barter & Sons Hatchery – was specifically designed to produce hens for egg laying in suburban backyards or on farms.
Bartter Enterprises started in 1956 and grew into one of Australia’s largest chicken meat companies, acquiring another famous chicken meat company, Steggles Limited, in 1999. In July 2009, Bartter and Steggles were acquired by Baiada Poultry.
Bellsouth Pty Ltd is a small, family-owned and operated business serving the people who keep poultry, from the smallest backyarder, through small producers to the commercial farmers.
Ben Furney Flour Mills is an Australian based milling company (in Dubbo, NSW) offering Purastock – Stockfeed Pellets, including all purpose layer pellets.
Biomin is a leading international company focussing on Health in Animal Nutrition and develops and produces speciality feed additves, premixes and services to improve animal health and performance, particularly poultry, the natural way.
Bioproperties Pty Ltd is an Australian owned company that provides live vaccines for the poultry industries and other animal health products. Bioproperties is an Essential Participant in the Poultry CRC.
Bioproton is an Australian based biotechnology company with core business in developing, manufacturing and marketing high quality feed enzyme supplements.
Bluewave is a producer of Peptides from marine based sources for inclusion in Balanced Feeds. Products include PerfectDigest FPi and FPC.
California Polytechnic State University has a department dedicated to poultry science and offers a wide range of poultry related courses.
Commercial Egg Producers Association of WA (Inc) is a member based organisation representing the interests of the majority of Commercial Egg Producers in Western Australia on National, State and Local issues.
CSIRO Livestock Industries is a division of CSIRO. It aims to deliver research solutions to enable Australia’s livestock and allied industries to be globally competitive. CSIRO Livestock Industries is an Essential Participant in the Poultry CRC.
CRCA provides a coordinated voice for CRCs, including the Poultry CRC, on issues affecting them in pursuit of their research objectives and in the conduct of the CRC Program. The CRCA website provides information about CRCs and their activities and achievements as well as a condensed overview of the CRC Program.
Cordina Chicken Farms is an Australian owned family business starting in 1948 in Girraween, NSW, where it still operates today.
Cornell University offers a wide range of poultry related undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The College of Veterinary Science has also released a FREE disease diagnostic tool.
organiceggs.com.au is run by the Inwood Family, which has been farming free-range hens since 1950, and was the first to market organic eggs in Australia. (One of the requirements of a genuine certified organic egg is that it must be laid by a free-range hen.)
D.A. Hall & Co. (Doug Hall Enterprises Pty Ltd), a Participant in the Poultry CRC, is a large egg producer located southwest of Toowoomba in Queensland.
Dakota Vale Farm – first Queensland Free Range Accredited Turkey Farm.
Deakin University is a Participant in the Poultry CRC.
Direct BioBedding. Forest Friendly Poultry Bedding. We supply (from June 2012) the Sydney metro area, including Ingham’s, Pepe’s, Cordina, Red Lea and their contract growers. We supply direct into farms and sheds using our 70 cubic metre and 35 cubic metre specialised walking floor trucks. Biosecurity is foremost at our plant, and with our trucks. All loads come with a declaration both as to the bedding material and to the cleanliness of our trucks. Source material is primarily softwood pallets and packaging that is shredded and screened many times over. We are the forest friendly cost competitive year round option. All processing is done in house at our large 10 000 square metre Ingleburn facility. All material is processed and loaded inside our central concrete panelled and floored factory, utilising stainless steel lined bays and bins, and even a mega stainless steel loading bucket. We have recently added a 20 kg bagger baler line that will be running from November 2012, producing 240 bags per hour, from a fully automated line that includes a robot palletiser and high pallet stretch wrapper. We are Direct BioBedding. Top of the pecking order. Call us on 02 9605 8444.
DMG MicroLabs is a NATA Accredited Microbiological Laboratory service.
We offer Microbiological testing in food, environmental, water and in-door air quality as well as consulting and training services. Its senior partners Dr Mark Dawson and Bill Greene have each over 25 + years experience in their respective fields, a unique combination and leaders in their fields.
The Egg Producers Federation of New Zealand Inc represents the interests of the commercial egg producers in this country. The definition of a commercial egg producer is all persons who purchase more than one hundred chicks per year. Membership is mandatory under the Commodity Levies (Eggs) Order 2005.
F Pirovic & Sons produce eggs and egg products. They are based in Llandilo, NSW.
Farm Pride Foods, a listed company, is a grader, packer, processor, supplier and marketer of shell eggs and processed egg products within Australia and exporting to Asia.
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A unique feed control system for broilers. Improves bird health, welfare and mortality; factory weights, feed conversion and PROFIT!
The FAO’s Animal Production and Health Division (AGA) strives to assist member countries to take full advantage of the contribution the rapidly growing and transforming livestock sector can make towards achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
The Free Range Egg & Poultry Association of Australia is a national representation of state based associations practicing and promoting free range egg and broiler farming.
Free Range Egg & Poultry Australia is a members’ organisation for free range producers. The FREPA website provides information on FREPA standards, membership, accreditation and FAQs.
FRPAQ is a not-for-profit association of free range egg and poultry meat farmers.
FSA Consulting is a Participant in the Poultry CRC. FSA is a professional consultancy providing agricultural, environmental and engineering services to intensive livestock industries, broadacre farmers, abattoirs and industry.
Game Farm is the largest multi-species, game bird producer in the Southern Hemisphere, specialising in the breeding, farming and processing of game birds, game meats and specialised poultry.
Georgia Institute of Technology: Agricultural Technology Research Program Since 1973, the Georgia Tech Agricultural Technology Research Program (ATRP) has provided innovative engineering research and development for the poultry industry in particular and the food-processing industry at large.
The Golden Cockerel Group is comprised of several companies involved in poultry processing and pet food manufacturing in Queensland.
The Grains Research & Development Corporation (GRDC) is one of the world’s leading grains research organisations, responsible for planning, investing and overseeing research and development, delivering improvements in production, sustainability and profitability across the Australian grains industry.
Hazeldene’s Chicken Farm is a family owned and operated company that has developed into one of Australia’s only fully vertically integrated regional poultry processors. Hazeldene’s is a Participant in the Poultry CRC.
Henny Penny Foods is a chain of Quick Service Restaurants offering dine-in, take-away and drive-through facilities. Henny penny has been a successful family owned company since 1968 and operates outlets in the Newcastle Hunter Region of NSW.
Heritage Poultry Stud is a poultry breeder farm devoted to supplying the backyard fowl keeper and show exhibitor with pure breeds of fowls suitable for people interested in all aspects of poultry.
Hy-Line Australia Pty Ltd is the largest specialist supplier of day-old layer chicks and point-of-lay pullets to the Australian poultry industry.
Hydor Ventilation Pty Ltd is an Australian manufacturer of fans and ventilation products for poultry and agricultural applications.
Impex Barneveld BV is a pioneer and specialist in drinking equipment for poultry. Impex automatic AGRILAND® drinking systems originate from the need for efficient animal breeding automation and are perfected by our technical staff with more than 45 years of experience in the coordination of automation for poultry managment.
Inghams Enterprises is one of the largest producers of meat chickens and turkeys in Australia. Inghams was founded in 1918 and remains a family operated business. Inghams is a Participant in the Poultry CRC.
IEC represents the global egg industry. Its website includes information for both industry and consumers.
INFPD is an information exchange network, whose main objective is to encourage sustainable high productivity within the family poultry sub-sector and in so doing, facilitate income generation, alleviate poverty, improve family nutritional standards and contribute meaningfully to food security.
Feathered Families is an online resource developed by the International Poultry Breeders Association, which was established to give poultry breeders of all breeds of feathered fowl a way of organising and maintaining a record of ancestral breeding.
Iowa State University specialises in poultry ventilation systems, and agricultural machinery development.
James Cook University specialises in tropical research and has main campus sites in the tropical Queensland cities of Townsville and Cairns.
Russell Parker’s Kai Kokorako Perma-Poultry specialises in training and developing sustainable Village Chicken Keeping for Pacific Island Communities.
KFC is a popular consumer fast-food organisation found throughout Australia and the world. Formerly Kentucky Fried Chicken, KFC purchases vast amounts of Australian produced poultry.
Kondinin Group aims to foster and build the capacity of the agricultural industry by being the preferred source of independent, relevant, dynamic and reliable information.
Kyeema Foundation works with governments, communities, farmers and their families to promote cost-efficient and sustainable improvements to village poultry production in order to improve the livelihood of rural families worldwide.
La Ionica, a Participant in the Poultry CRC, was started by the Cuteri family in 1975.
ABT International Traders trading as LED DOWNUNDER is an industry leading privately owned LED Lighting Manufacturer and Sourcing Provider for LED, the best
efficient Lighting Source available in the world today.
The LED is based on the semiconductor diode. When a diode is forward biased (switched on), electrons are able to recombine with holes within the device, releasing
energy in the form of photons. This effect is called electroluminescence and the color of the light (corresponding to the energy of the photon) is determined by the
energy gap of the semiconductor. An LED is usually small in area (less than 1 mm 2), and integrated optical components are used to shape its radiation pattern and
assist in reflection. LEDs present many advantages over incandescent light sources including lower energy consumption, longer lifetime, improved robustness,
smaller size, faster switching, and greater durability and reliability. However, they are relatively expensive and require more precise current and heat management
than traditional light sources. Current LED products for general lighting are more expensive to buy than fluorescent lamp sources of comparable output.
Solid state devices such as LEDs are subject to very limited wear and tear if operated at low currents and at low temperatures. Many of the LEDs produced in
the 1970s and 1980s are still in service today. Typical lifetimes quoted are 25,000 to 100,000 hours but heat and current settings can extend or shorten this time
A single kilowatt-hour of electricity will generate 1.34 pounds (610 g) of CO2 emissions. Assuming the average light bulb is on for 10 hours a day, a single 40-watt
incandescent bulb will generate 196 pounds (89 kg) of CO2 every year. The 13-watt LED equivalent will only be responsible for 63 pounds (29 kg) of CO2 over the same
time span. A building’s carbon footprint from lighting can be reduced by 68% by exchanging all incandescent bulbs for new LEDs in warm climates. In cold climates,
the energy saving may be lower, since more heating would be needed to compensate for the lower temperature.
LEDs are also non-toxic unlike the more popular energy efficient bulb option: the compact fluorescent a.k.a. CFL which contains traces of harmful mercury. While the
amount of mercury in a CFL is small, introducing less into the environment is preferable.
LED Downunder offers the following ranges of products:
LED Floodlights 10w-220w,
LED High Bay Lights 10w-220w,
LED Downlights 3w – 60w
LED Strip Bars
LED Street Lighting
LED Tube to Australian Standards
LED Tubes to 1680.2.5:1997: Interior lighting – Hospital and Medical Tasks.
LED EXIT signs
LED EMERGENCY signs
LED OEM Manufacturing
On average LED reduces Electricity usage by 65-94%
Lilydale Farms Select Free Range Chicken is part of Baiada Poultry Pty Ltd’s product line.
We are conveniently located at Morisset, NSW. Which is 45 minutes up the freeway from Sydney or 40 minutes from Newcastle.
It is our aim to offer the most affordable selection of high quality and affordable poultry equipment, medications, vitamin supplements and more, to be found anywhere on the internet!
And of course a range of beautiful girls who will supply you with your own ‘home grown” egg…. Please note most of our prices include FREE SHIPPING, as normal post, but if you require EXPRESS POST, please purchase the Exprss Post Tab in store……..Except of course the girls! Transport may be arranged by contacting us for a referral.
Because so many of us have four legged friends as well as our chookies, we are endeavouring to stock a range of dog and horse products as well…..of course FREE SHIPPING still applies!
Luv-a-Duck is a producer of duck products with sales and distribution centres in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and distributors in all other cities. They export to Asia, South East Asia, Pacific Islands and the Middle East.
Lyndale Poultry Farm is located at Maryvale Rd, Morwell, in Victoria.
Massey University is based in Palmerston North in New Zealand and has expertise in poultry science through the Monogastric Research Centre.
McDonalds is a national and world-wide fast-food chain which serves a wide variety of Australian poultry products ranging from chicken nuggets to chicken burgers.
Monash University is a Participant in the Poultry CRC.
MCRI is dedicated to finding innovative ways to treat and prevent conditions affecting children’s health. MCRI is a Participant in the Poultry CRC.
MyPak Packaging specialise in manufacturing innovative egg packaging, exporting to egg producers in Australia, Europe and the USA. MyPak is among the largest manufacturer of egg cartons and egg packaging in China and Asia.
Nandos landed on Australia’s shores in 1990, providing Portuguese-style flame grilled Peri Peri chicken at restaurants in Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and New South Wales.
New England Exhibition Poultry Association (NEEPA) is a regional poultry club that encompassses an area from the NSW north coast inland as far as Narrabri north to Tenterfield and south to Tamworth..
The Club was the brainchild of Les Bushell from Glen Innes who had the desire to stage a major show on a grand scale and with an extensive prize list. Following several meetings between interested fanciers in the New England region the Inaugural Show was held in September 1991 at Glen Innes. The Show continued to attract a growing number of entries in the ensuing years and also began its own magazine, “Chicken Chat” which is a 32 page A5 booklet now published 8 times per year primarily during the height of the showing season. Chicken Chat was originally a newsletter for NEEPA’s members and exhibitors at the Annual Show however it has grown to such an extent that currently there are nearly 300 subscribers from all around Australia and is in its 15th year of publication.
Following a number of requests by breeders regarding sourcing stock and individual fanciers it was decided to create an Annual Year Book containing useful information for fanciers and people new to the fancy. In 1993 the first Year Book was produced also being an A5 black and white booklet. The original book version listed the breeds under their respective category with breeders listed under each breed. An alphabetical list of the breeders appeared at the back of the book which readers could cross reference.
Since that time the book has been refined and improved to include an alphabetical list of all known Clubs and their respective Secretary and contact details, a calendar of events, show results, Club Report section, judging panel and pictorial pages. The latter has proved the major attraction for the Year Book especially after moving to full colour in 1998. The first full colour Year Book featured 6 pages consisting of about 80 photos while the current edition boasts 12 pages and around high quality 310 pictures of winners from shows all over Australia. The categorising of individual breeds has been improved too with each breed listed under its respective category and the list of breeders listed thereunder as per normal but each breeder has their State in brackets included therewith making the life simpler for the reader.
The NEEPA Club holds its Annual Show on the 3rd weekend in July with the Saturday being judging day followed that evening by the presentation dinner and distribution of an extensive range of trophies. Originally these were always silverware and hence the motto “The Silver Show of the North” however this has varied in recent years but one unique tradition which has not is the presentation of a Sportscoat to the Bird of Show winner from the previous year similar to the green jacket presented to the US Open golf winner. The coat is also embroidered with the year won and the annual dinner usually sees a number of these scattered throughout the audience. Typically around $2500 worth of cash and trophies are distributed on the Saturday night. The Show was originally held in Glen Innes up until 1996 but moved to Uralla after a majority of members resided in that area or nearby vicinity and made the task of setting up the pens a less arduous job. The Club obtained a loan to build a new pavilion and used the profits from Chicken Chat, the Year Book and its Merchandising Sales to repay this loan completing this ahead of schedule and now boasts one of the best poultry pavilions in Australia. The next step is to fully concrete the floor which is expected to be done in stages in the coming years. The show regularly attracts a full house of around 800 entries.
Membership of NEEPA is just $5 and entitles you to discounted entry fees as well as the usual voting privileges at meetings, etc. Memberships can be paid to:
All Year Book, subscription and other enquiries should be directed to:
Phone (02) 6772 9365 (after 8pm) or email email@example.com
Northern Poultry Cluster (NPC Ltd) is a company representing a wide range of poultry industry members and stakeholders in north central Victoria.
UMB undertakes poultry research within its broader research focus on biology, food, environment, land use and natural resource management.
NSW Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI) provides support to the poultry industries through the provision of extension officers, research scientists, diagnostic laboratories, publications, poultry keeping courses and regulatory services.
The NSW Farmers Association is the representative voice of farmers in NSW.
Nutreco is an international animal nutrition company and a Participant in the Poultry CRC.
Oporto is a 100% Australian owned Portuguese styled chicken restaurant founded in 1986.
Pace Farm is a 100% Australian, family owned and operated company, providing fresh shell eggs and egg products to supermarkets, restaurants and food manufacturers.
Papanui Open Range Eggs is located near Merriwa in the Upper Hunter Valley of NSW. Providing open range eggs to the Hunter and beyond.
Pepe’s Ducks is a Participant in the Poultry CRC and the largest producer of Ducks in Australia/New Zealand, producing over 70,000 ducks per week. The company consists of its own broiler farms, breeder farms and hatcheries.
Pfizer Animal Health Australia is a Participant in the Poultry CRC.
PLoS Pathogens is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal published monthly by the Public Library of Science (PLoS), a nonprofit organisation.
Pooginagoric Free Range Turkeys are purchased as day old poults and kept shedded and under heat lamps for 6 weeks. They are then turned out into a free-range environment until time of slaughter 10-14 weeks onwards.
The Poultry CRC conducts research and drives education and training to help Australia’s poultry industries produce more from less, sustainably.
Primary Media publish Poultry Digest magazine (est. 1985), a vital source of information to the layer (egg) and broiler chicken meat industries in Australia and New Zealand.
PIANZ represents the integrated poultry meat companies and poultry livestock industries in New Zealand. The PIANZ website includes information about chicken meat production and consumption in New Zealand.
The Poultry Research and Teaching Unit (PRATU) is a cross-departmental group of University of New England staff with a common interest in avian biology, poultry production, disease, behaviour and product marketing.
PSA is a US-based global scientific society dedicated to the discovery and dissemination of knowledge generated by poultry research. Publications include Poultry Science and the Journal of Applied Poultry Research.
Owner and Managing Director of Provac Poultry Services, specialising in all poultry vaccinations, beaktrimming, bird transfers and poultry shedwashing services.
Purdue University: Avian Sciences Net specialises in Avian/Poultry research. The Avian Sciences Net provides an online interactive learning research tool.
Pure Foods Eggs is Tasmania’s largest producer and distributor of fresh eggs, including free range eggs and RSPCA-endorsed barn laid eggs.
QEFA works towards assisting members to discuss common problems applicable to the day to day running of their industry; to inspire confidence in the Queensland egg industry; to promote efficient resource allocation; to foster Government and industry partnerships and effectively manage and operate the association.
The Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) (formerly Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (DEEDI) Queensland – Primary Industries and Fisheries ) works with the poultry industries to sustain their profitability and production of safe, wholesome products. DAFF, Queensland is an Essential Participant in the Poultry CRC.
Queensland University of Technology (QUT) conducts research into the environmental impacts of poultry production.
Rainbow Valley Turkeys is a day old turkey poult supplier located in St.Arnaud in central Victoria. Poults are supplied from the commercial hatchery to customers around Australia and into Asia.
Red Lea Chickens Pty Ltd, a family owned business started in 1957, produces more than 100 product lines that are sold on to wholesalers, supermarkets, butchers, restaurants, hotels and clubs as well as 35 retail outlets of their own that sell direct to the public.
Red Rooster began when the Kailis family opened the Kelmscott restaurant in Western Australia in 1972. From its humble beginning it has grown to become Australia’s largest roast chicken operator.
Redgate Farm is a 4th Generation working family property, currently growing quail, ducks, spatchcock & free range chicken for food service
Response Electrical Pty Ltd is a family-owned electrical contracting company based in South Australia in operation since 2000. They have extensive experience providing commercial poultry businesses with electrical services, with projects ranging from broiler sheds to egg collection systems. They are committed to providing the highest level of service with emphasis on meeting the needs of their clients. Response pride themselves on being a professional and trustworthy service provider of high quality products and services. Response Electrical also stock a range of light globes and electrical products suitable for use in poultry and egg production.
Ridley AgriProducts is a leading supplier of stockfeed, producing animal nutrition products for several industries, including poultry.
RMIT University undertakes research into vaccines and the functioning of the immune system that is of particular interest to the poultry industries.
RIRDC supports increased sustainability and profitability in the Australian chicken meat industry through focused R&D. RIRDC is an Essential Participant in the Poultry CRC.
Scolexia Pty Ltd – Animal and avian health consultancy provides a high quality and personalised consulting service to the intensive animal farming and processing industry. Scolexia is a Participant in the Poultry CRC.
Scottish Agricultural College is an innovative, knowledge-based organisation supporting the development of land-based communities and industries.
Silver Water Technology provides a unique water disinfection / purification technology which is currently operating across 10 different sectors, including one chicken farm in Australia. The technology has a documented lab report from Australian Government Analytical lab in Melbourne and a registration with E.P.A. in the U.S.A. for its safety aspect. The technology is a non-toxic, silver-based system. The Silver Water system will destroy disease causing bacteria, pathogens and some juvenial virus and will also maintain the treated water bacteriostatic 24/7, not allowing any further reinfection. The technology also has the ability to work with chlorine. However, it is not required, as retrofit applications are already in place. Recent interest has come from Scandinavia, China and Thailand, and this patented technology is commercialised.
Benefits for the poultry industry:
From the sea to the land to the market, SARDI delivers robust scientific solutions for primary industries. Our scientists create opportunities for market growth within agriculture, food, aquatics and bioscience industries, ensuring they remain internationally competitive and ecologically sustainable. SARDI is a Participant of the Poultry CRC.
Sunnybrand Chickens commenced operations in 1972 in the Byron Bay area and now includes breeder farms, hatchery, processing plant and contract broiler growers using Arbor Acres and Ross breeds.
The Grove Turkey Farm is a family owned and operated business servicing clientele big and small, located 35 km north of Wagga Wagga.
The Ohio State University is a Participant of the Poultry CRC.
The University of Adelaide is a Participant in the Poultry CRC.
The University of Georgia (USA) provides outstanding educational experiences for students and service to poultry producers, poultry related businesses and the general public through the discovery, verification and dissemination of relevant, science based knowledge.
The University of Guelph (Canada) has a research-intensive Animal & Poultry Department with successful related programs for graduate and undergraduate students. Research and teaching programs focus on the basic sciences relevant to animal development and productivity.
The University of Melbourne, through its Faculty of Veterinary Science, is an Essential Participant in the Poultry CRC.
The University of New South Wales is a Participant of the Poultry CRC.
The University of Queensland possesses expertise in sustainable agricultural production systems, including work on poultry systems. The University of Queensland is a participant in the Poultry CRC.
The University of Sydney is Australia’s oldest university and is a Participant of the Poultry CRC.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s college of Agricultural and Life Science offers comprehensive undergraduate and postgraduate programs tailored to meet the ever increasing need of not only the American but also international poultry industry.
Tintinhull Turkeys (CP & L Quast & Son Pty Ltd) is the only family-owned, independent and fully-integrated turkey meat producer in Australia.
Tintinhull Turkeys is situated in the Cockburn Valley 13 kms north of Tamworth on Tintinhull Road, just 1 km off the New England Highway. They have been established for over 50 years and their shop is situated at the entrance to the farm and sells all cuts of their premium lean frozen turkey: whole turkey, rolled breast, hindquarters, drumsticks, steaks, fillets, pan roasts, schnitzels, mince, patties, sausages, wings and many more.
Twelve Oaks Poultry Farm is located in Kelso, Queensland.
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University of Maryland (USA) offers a challenging program for academically talented students interested in the application of biology and technology to the care, management and study of domestic animals.
University of Minnesota poultry production and health extension program develops educational materials and programs for the commercial poultry industry, niche producers, extension educators, youth and consumers. The program is quite broad due to the variety of audiences and number of industries.
The University of New England runs poultry science courses and is an Essential Participant in the Poultry CRC.
The University of Western Australia conducts poultry-related research and is a participant in the Poultry CRC.
Venkateshwara Hatcheries Group is the largest fully integrated poultry group in Asia with a nationwide network of 38 layer, 38 broiler associate hatcheries and 156 broiler integrated hatcheries.
VDPI aims to achieve sustainable development of primary industries for the State of Victoria.
The Victorian Farmer’s Federationis a specialist commodity group which include a Chicken Meat Group and an Egg Group.
Virginia Tech (USA) offers the Bachelor of Science degree in Animal and Poultry Sciences and allows students to choose among six option/emphasis combinations.
W.A. Poultry Equipment Coast to Coast Vermin Traps is a one stop shop for poultry equipment and traps in the Southern Hemisphere.
Wangara Poultry & Game provide poultry to the Melbourne restaurant industry.
The World Poultry Science Association (WPSA)was founded with one mission in mind; to spread knowledge throughout its members regarding the poultry industry world wide. To achieve this mission, the organization decided to set-up branches around the world which would incorporate people with an interest in poultry, to exchange information. Each branch organizes World Congresses, regional conferences and group meetings which coincide with other branches to further expand their knowledge and keep up to date with the rest of the world. The WPSA publishes a Journal (World’s Poultry Science Journal), which is published four times per year (March, June, September and December). Gaining membership not only gives you access to our quarterly journals, but also gains you discounts on all congress fees on all international congresses and conferences given by the WPSA. Student members also al so eligible to apply for WPSA International travel grants to attend WPSA sponsored event anywhere in the world.
There are three types of memberships:
Individual – Any person who is, or has been, engaged in any activity connected with the poultry industry and is interested in its objectives may become a member of the Association.
Student – Student membership may be held by bona fide poultry students while they are studying at universities, colleges and agricultural institutes.
Affiliate – Associations, societies, institutions, clubs etc. and commercial organizations connected with poultry industry activities are entitled to become Affiliated Members.
WPSA Australia Annual General Meeting minutes (password protected)
WPSA Australia Audited Financial Statements (password protected)
For more information contact:
Dr. Kapil Chousalkar (Secretary)
School of Animal & Veterinary Sciences
The University of Adelaide,
Roseworthy, AUSTRALIA 5173
Ph : 08 8313 1502; Fax : +61 8303 7956
WVPA objectives are to organise meetings for studying diseases and conditions relating to the avian species, Encourage research in this field, Promote the exchange of information and material for study between individuals and organisations interested in the avian species and establish and maintain liaison with other bodies with related interests.
Zootechny provides consultancy services to the Australian poultry industry and is a participant in the Poultry CRC.
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These lists contain organisations and individuals associated with the Australian poultry industry
eChook keeps people informed of the Poultry Cooperative Research Centre’s activities.