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  A team of UConn researchers is developing a natural alternative to produce an essential amino acid used in poultry feed with support from a $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation’s Future Manufacturing initiative. The team is led by Mingyu...
Heat Stress in Laying Hens Heat stress is one of the primary concerns for laying hen production in the summer as heat waves may significantly increase flock mortality and reduce egg production in hen houses. The use of mechanical ventilation...
Source: FSN Mindy Brashears was Under Secretary for Food Safety in late 2020 when USDA’s  Office of Food Safety (OFS) and the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) released a plan to decrease Salmonella with an approach that would be...
Backed by more than 40 years of scientific research, Alltech is dedicated to providing solutions and products that contribute to the success of the global animal health industry. This commitment continues with the publication of a new study, “The...
Source: Egg Farmers of Canada Eggs are loved for their versatility, accessibility and delicious taste, but did you know the value of eggs extends far beyond the dinner table? That’s why we support cutting-edge research across Canada that explores innovative...
Source: US Poultry & Egg Association Institution: Auburn University Principal Investigator: Jessica D. Starkey, Ph.D. Auburn University Department of Poultry Science 201 Poultry Science Building Auburn, AL 36849 Multi-stage egg incubation systems are challenging to manage and attempts to keep late-stage embryos from overheating create situations...
Navigating the Dynamics of Poultry Feed Additives: A Comprehensive Examination of Advantages and Drawbacks In response to an industry shift towards reduced antibiotic usage and heightened FDA restrictions, poultry producers are exploring a diverse range of alternative therapies to uphold...
Institution: University of Georgia Principal Investigator: Brian J. Jordan, Ph.D. Departments of Population Health PDRC and Poultry Science 953 College Station Road Athens, GA 30602 Hatchery sanitation is a continual issue in commercial poultry and has become a focus since the removal of antibiotics...
Researchers at Texas Tech University School of Veterinary Medicine have made significant strides in understanding how Salmonella bacteria adapt metabolically for survival, shedding light on their remarkable versatility. Devendra H. Shah, DVM, PhD, shared insights from the 20-year-long study...
In a groundbreaking initiative, four leading research institutions in the United States are spearheading the development of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics tailored for the poultry processing sector. Supported by a substantial four-year, $5 million grant from the US...
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