Feed Granulometry and the Importance of Feed Particle Size in Layers

Download the complete article INTRODUCTION Feed particle size is an often-overlooked aspect of poultry production. Producers should not assume that feed is of a uniform size...

Potential Impact of Litter Quality on E. coli-Associated Cellulitis in Production Turkeys in Iowa

Institution: University of Georgia Principal Investigator: Dr. Catherine Logue, PhD, MIFST College of Veterinary Medicine Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center 953 College Station Road Athens, GA 30602 Colibacillosis is considered...

Poultry Litter Application on Pastures and Hayfields

Poultry litter is commonly used as a fertilizer on pastures and hayfields in North Georgia. As the poultry industry expands to South Georgia, more...

Advancing hen welfare with Dr. Tina Widowski

Ensuring best practices when it comes to hen health and welfare is at the heart of what Canadian egg farmers do. To inform continuous...

Keeping your flock healthy

Already have a chicken flock? You want to provide the best care for your chickens. These resources include tools and tips for best husbandry practices. ...

Tips to Control Coccidiosis and Reduce Summertime Heat Stress in Broilers

Ionophores offer solid cocci protection, limit feed refusal issues with wide dose range Summertime brings a new set of challenges to poultry producers, including managing...

Mycotoxins Contribute to Poultry Diseases and Vaccine Impairment

Several lesser-known effects of mycotoxins in poultry related to disrupting gut integrity reinforce the importance of mycotoxin risk management to protect the health and...

Poultry experts cite frustration with infectious bronchitis variants

New, variant strains of infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) in poultry will continue to emerge, but their control may depend primarily on strategic vaccination protocols...

Return of RofenAid® 40 gives turkey industry dependable tool for managing coccidiosis, fowl cholera,...

Q: In late 2018, Zoetis reintroduced a feed medication for turkeys and broilers called RofenAid® 40. That product dates back to 1970. What prompted...

How to prevent avian influenza in poultry

Avian influenza viruses spread through direct contact with infected birds or through contaminated feed, water, equipment and clothing. News of avian influenza (bird flu) is...
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