Big poultry companies Jamaica Broilers Group and Caribbean Broilers say they are likely to still be holding record-high inventory of chickens for the next six months.
A picture of mixed fortunes in manufacturing is emerging from the full onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in Jamaica.
Christopher Levy, Group President & CEO, writes a Letter to the Editor of The Jamaica Gleaner.
President and CEO of the Jamaica Broilers Group, Christopher Levy, is backing the call made by government Senator Don Wehby last Friday in the Senate for the suspension of importation of some agricultural produce as the country grapples with the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Influential government senator Don Wehby has called for the suspension of the importation of agricultural produce that is produced locally amid the economic squeeze farmers are now having to bear because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In light of the situations arising regarding COVID-19, The Best Dressed Chicken wishes to assure our stakeholders that we remain confident in our ability to sufficiently supply the market.
Photo caption: Ronald Tuente (second right) demonstrates how to apply the elongated straws most effectively for artificial insemination (AI) of gilts and sows. Looking on are (left to right) Kenute Harvey of Harveys Meat, pig farmer Gavin Maylor, Claude Wilson, Hi-Pro pig specialist, and senior Hi-Pro veterinarian, Dr Michael Motta.
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Two farmers who were affected by the massive fire which occurred in Flagaman, St Elizabeth, in August are feeling hopeful for the future, after they received support from Jamaica Broilers through its Hi-Pro brand.
You know it’s Christmas when The Best Dressed Chicken Roasters appear in the freezer of your favourite supermarket.
Despite its challenges in Haiti, profit at Jamaica Broilers improved from $629 million to $6836 million at half-year. Sales ticked up two per cent to $26.3 billion.
The directors of Jamaica Broilers Group (JBG) sought to calm the fears of at least one minority shareholder that the company might be heading back into private hands owing to major shareholders purchasing large blocks of shares in recent times.