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Poultry Today

Poultry Today

By Poultry Today
A podcast brought to you by Poultry Business magazine. Bringing you the latest hot topics from the poultry industry, with special guests and seasonal discussion.

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Recruiting and retaining young talent with Avara Foods
In the current climate of labour shortages, host Chloe Ryan is joined by guests Andrew Brodie, people director at Avara Foods, with 25 years experience, and graduate Jessica Hemus, to look at Avara's approach to bringing people into the business. Together with Chloe, guests Andrew and Jessica, discuss a multitude of important questions including the impact of salary, the impact of automation and how to encourage young people into the industry.  Don't forget to subscribe and review, and keep an eye out for our next episode in the new year!
December 17, 2021
A producers guide to avian influenza
In this months episode, host Chloe Ryan is joined by two poultry vets to discuss one of the most pressing seasonal issues: avian influenza (AI). Guests Richard Jackson, clinical director of St David’s Poultry Team and President of the British Veterinary Poultry Association, and Stephen Lister, who is very well known in the industry, currently President of the European College of Poultry Veterinary Science and is of course a poultry vet from Norfolk. The episode explores the current AI situation, and goes on to talk about the key steps producers need to take now to try and reduce the risk as far as possible.
November 10, 2021
The labour crisis
In the first episode of Poultry Today, host Chloe Ryan speaks to turkey producers, Mark Gorton and Paul Kelly, about the impact of labour shortages on their businesses. In a frank discussion, hear our guests' thoughts on why Christmas could be cancelled, the frustrations of trying to fill vacancies and why they feel so let down by politicians. Keep an eye out for more monthly episodes of Poultry Today.
September 10, 2021