AS the price of chicken and other commodities continue to increase amid global supply and logistic challenges occasioned by the novel coronavirus pandemic, Jamaica Broiler Group Limited (JBG) said it is considering strategies to absorb some of the cost currently being passed to consumers.
The agricultural sector in 2020, realised an 8.4 per cent increase in export earnings valuing US$238 million, up from US$216 million in 2019.
With the announcement of its No Antibiotics Ever promise, The Best Dressed Chicken has become the Caribbean’s first poultry producer to eliminate antibiotics.
Today, May 3, 2021, we took time to give thanks to our good and merciful God across our operations in Jamaica, USA and Haiti.
Our chickens have never been healthier.
With the help of principals, teachers and community leaders, we have been able to identify students who are among those most in need. We are grateful to our partners at Cargill Ocean Transportation who have joined with us in meeting the needs of our community over the past year
Hi-Pro representatives presented the young farmer and his grandmother with 50 baby chicks and the feed to raise them.
On this International Women’s Day, we chose to take a moment to highlight one of our phenomenal women: Group Director of Human Resources, Mrs Nicole Marshall-Walker.
The Directors of Jamaica Broilers Group Limited now release the unaudited financial results for the nine months ended January 30, 2021, which have been prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
Major Jamaican chicken producers are pressing the Government for 100 per cent inspection of all poultry imports in the wake of a damning report by the Integrity Commission citing fraud, duty evasion, and a permit process that lacks integrity and facilitates corruption.
KINGSTON, Jamaica— The Integrity Commission says it has uncovered discriminatory processes at the agriculture ministry being used to issue permits to importers of chicken back and other poultry products, and that the practice should be discontinued immediately.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries should stop with immediate effect the issuance of chicken back and neck import permits under current arrangements, the Integrity Commission has recommended in a damning report.