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In poultry research, energy responses have long been gauged by feed intake and egg production parameters. However, Professor Michael Persia of Virginia Tech's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences embarked on a novel exploration of poultry energy levels, driven...
Written by: Victoria Broehm   |  Eggs, Feed safety This past week, there have been an uptick in social media videos and news stories perpetuating false claims about commercial chicken feed and its impact on the availability and price of eggs....
When “egg-flation” hit in 2022, egg prices jumped nearly 50% as a result of bird flu killing off millions of egg-laying hens–the deadliest avian flu in U.S. history. The devastating outbreak was a wakeup call to the farming industry...
ublin, July 03, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "The US Shell Eggs Market: Analysis By Production, By Consumption, By Type (Caged, Free Range & Cage Free and Pasture Raised), By Distribution Channel (Retail, Breaker, Institution and Export), Size and Trends...
Alltech has released data from a new meta-analysis for layers, whose results show that Bio-Mos® can simultaneously improve animal performance, reduce the carbon footprint and increase profitability. Alltech has released data from a new meta-analysis, published in Poultry Science, that...
Tip 48 See the second of 2 checklists for investigating how well your hatchery is performing. 
Tip 47 See the first of 2 checklists for investigating how well your hatchery is performing.  Stay tuned for part 2 and a second checklist.
Tip 44 A lower storage temperature could help keep weight loss during egg storage under control without increasing the risk of contamination.  
One of the things I like to highlight when talking about incubation is optimal hygiene in the hatchery. By hygiene, I mean all the conditions and practices that help to prevent the introduction and spread of disease. The warm,...
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