Farm Health Guardian, a new real-time disease mitigation technology platform, is now available for pork and poultry producers and integrators throughout North America, Europe and the United Kingdom. Brought to market by Be Seen Be Safe Ltd., the...
With technology being more accessible and widely adopted our industry is already getting great benefits from it but there are still many challenges and opportunities for the new generations to come to join our efforts on feeding the world!...
The National Chicken Council today reaffirmed the safety of chicken and chicken products after China reportedly said chicken wings from Brazil tested positive for coronavirus. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC), Food & Drug Administration (FDA),...
USPOULTRY and the USPOULTRY Foundation announce the completion of a funded research project at The Ohio State University in Wooster, Ohio, in which researchers explored nutritional strategies to reduce the incidence and severity of wooden breast. The research was...
Source: Sanderson Farms The Landrum Family With the help and encouragement of another poultry grower, Tommie Landrum decided it was time to depart from his career in sales and lead his family to the poultry industry. After searching and finding the...
The development of the chick begins in the single cell formed by the union of two parental cells, eggs and sperm, in the process known as fertilization.   The newly formed single cell begins to divide into 2, then 4, 8,...
Please enjoy a series of Hatchery Tips provided By Aviagen: Tip #20 Although the optimal eggshell temperature for maximum hatch and chick quality is in the range 37.8-38.3°C (or100-101°F), it is not always easy to keep within this range in a...
Family-owned company increases number of turkeys donated by close to 60 percent over last year amid surging demand This week, family-owned Foster Farms is stepping up its COVID-19 hunger relief efforts, increasing its number of donated Thanksgiving turkeys by close...
State officials have announced a $5 million grant program for Illinois meat and poultry producers affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Livestock and poultry producers haven’t been able to sell as much to processing plants, which have seen COVID-19-related closures. The grants...
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced an additional investment of more than $14 million to support agricultural workforce training in historically underserved communities that will increase the resilience of the U.S. meat and poultry processing sector. This...
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