At Humphrey Feeds & Pullets everything we know goes into advancing your poultry performance. Our team of experienced poultry specialists will work with you to optimise the performance of your flock, and ultimately your profit.
As dedicated poultry specialists with an 85-year history of advancing poultry performance, we understand that farmers trust us with their livelihoods, so we are passionate about passing on the knowledge we have gained.
Achieving your laying objectives
We know that no one flock is the same, which is why your experienced poultry specialists can work with you every step of the way to make sure that your birds have the right feed, ventilation, water and environmental conditions to meet your laying objectives.
Whether developing a diet to meet the specific needs of your flock, or finding the right grist for the birds or advising on bird husbandry and welfare, we want you to profit from our knowledge, and have the years of dedicated poultry expertise to ensure the management and performance of your flock is optimised.
Wheat futures firmed during the last two weeks, extending the recovery phase. European markets most have been low on action, but have finished slightly up. The predicted cold weather may be holding back traders, as the effect on wheat production is as yet unknown. An extremely rare fossil of a baby bird which lived 127 million years ago and shared the planet with dinosaurs is helping us understand the evolution of birds.
The UK market seems to be stronger as rumours and currency pushed London wheat to three-month highs. Drought seems to be affecting many areas of the world. The remains of England’s most notorious and richest pirate Captain Black Sam Bellamy may have been discovered on the wreck of his ship the Whydah Gally.
Respiratory health is key for healthy birds. Poultry are vaccinated for the main pathogens that affect respiratory health, and many of the remaining diseases are viral and therefore unaffected by antibiotics. The best way to maintain good respiratory health for your birds is by optimising their air quality.