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Neogen® Corporation (NASDAQ: NEOG) announced today that it has launched Neogen® Farm Fluid MAX in Great Britain and will soon be available in other European markets, subject to global registrations and notifications. This dual-action disinfectant is designed for challenging...
Hong Kong authorities have taken preemptive action, suspending the import of poultry meat and products, including eggs, from specific areas of the United States to mitigate the risk of bird flu transmission. The ban, effective immediately, targets imports from Michigan...
A days-old newborn in Oregon was sickened with salmonella that may have been transmitted from parents who tended infected poultry located 150 miles away, a new report finds. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has long warned of...
The permeability of the intestinal tract controls the uptake of nutrients and the transport of unwanted extracellular substances such as bacteria and xenobiotics, in addition to the nondigested substances. Therefore, gut health plays an essential role in the pathogenesis...
LaBelle Patrimoine, producer of air-chilled heritage chicken, has announced USDA approval for their 'regeneratively raised' claim, marking a significant milestone in sustainable farming practices. Founder and CEO Mike Charles expressed pride in the USDA's recognition, emphasizing LaBelle Patrimoine's enduring commitment...
The pig and poultry industries have been practising excellent biosecurity and disease control for decades, with high stocking densities and valuable populations – these industries operate a zero tolerance to disease, with strict health status, hygiene, and comprehensive vaccination...
USPOULTRY and the USPOULTRY Foundation are accepting research pre-proposals from colleges, universities and research facilities through May 1 for the 2024 Fall Research Competition. Research proposals are accepted and evaluated for funding twice each year, in the spring and...
Brazil has witnessed a remarkable ascent in its poultry exports, steadily increasing its market share by an average of 12% from 2013 to 2023. Surpassing expectations, Brazil soared to a record-breaking 78.5% market share in 2022, setting a new...
A recent study has unveiled the persistent presence of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in the avian population within New York City's urban environment. Researchers stumbled upon the H5N1 virus, the culprit behind avian influenza, in six samples extracted from...
Krispy Krunchy Chicken®, one of the fastest-growing hot food concepts in the convenience store business with nearly 3,000 locations, recently brought together leadership, sales, and operations teams for its annual conference to discuss its “Now Is The Time: Next...
As many producers know, litter quality is at the top of the list of important factors to manage in poultry production. Wet litter can lead to foot lesions and ammonia build-up, providing perfect conditions for the proliferation of pathogens,...
As keeping backyard chickens becomes ever more popular, poultry shows attract more and more participants. Today’s chicken keepers participate in poultry exhibitions for all sorts of appealing reasons. Here are nine reasons to your show chickens: Affordable Hobby Everybody needs something...
Thomas Hyde wants to help fill the growing need for more poultry farms and poultry-processing facilities in south Vancouver Island. Hyde completed the construction of Mill Bay Processors, a 1,280 sq. ft. state-of-the-art processing facility for turkeys and chickens, along...
Fears are growing that the H5N1 outbreak among cattle in the United States could have been caused by contaminated animal feed. In contrast to Britain and Europe, American farmers are still allowed to feed cattle and other farm animals ground-up...
In the weeks after multiple U.S. agencies issued a joint news release(opens in a new tab) about cases of H5N1 spreading among dairy cattle throughout the country, two U.S. states on the border with Canada now have confirmed cases:...

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