Poultry World is the only journal covering all poultry interests and is the leader in its market both in the UK and overseas. An egg-ceedingly useful and not at all fowl publication (someone stop us, please!), Poultry World Magazine brings you an expert opinion of the world of poultry farming that won’t leave you clucking.
Terrible puns aside, this is a focused and well detailed publication covering everything relevant to the modern poultry farmer. Poultry World offers expert, practical advice on everything from economics and markets to the health and well-being of different fowl. The latest news is reported in detail, and there is also a section for those who prefer breeding fowl to eating them, but it is the trustworthy technical and practical advice that makes this stand out from the flock.
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We are truly sorry for the aw-fowl puns above (aargh! This must be some terrible writer’s affliction, I will do my best to keep it under control). Poultry World is a great example of a magazine that knows what it is about and sticks to what it knows, in the process becoming the go to source for all things poultry related. There is a strong sense of community to be found in its pages – after all birds of a feather flock together (damn it!).
There is a sense of definitive-ness about this magazine that comes from its comprehensive yet detailed approach to its subject. Whilst other, more foolish writers might take the easy way out and look for puns, Poultry World instead takes a serious, practical yet not off-putting approach. We can imagine that this mag is a very useful thing for anyone farming poultry – if something appears in PW then it can be taken as fact.
The only downside to this magazine is that it makes us rather hungry – after all poultry and eggs represent a sizable part of the British diet, and we could quite go for a nice fry-up with a couple of fried eggs right about now. NB