Tyson Foods pretreats 3.8 million gallons of poultry wastewater a day at its Clean Water Award-winning chicken processing facility in Wilkesboro, N.C.
UK demand for poultry meat continues to rise, giving the opportunity for the industry to expand production.
Endotoxin exposure can impair performance and impacts individual birds differently depending upon a variety of factors.
Simple adaptations can lead to some surprising long-term benefits for poultry processors.
Air and water chilling have distinct advantages and disadvantages; combination systems could offer the best of both approaches.
Brazilian demand for poultry feed this year has been forecast to expand by 3.4 percent, but that prediction may yet prove to be cautious given the spike in international demand for Brazilian poultry meat that occurred in June.
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Realignment of the major poultry producers seeks to regain the losses of French feed producers in recent years.
Call it social responsibility or faith-based sustainability, the U.S. poultry industry is helping in the effort to feed people, restore livelihoods and rebuild Haiti.
DNA-based detection techniques provide a catch-all approach for identifying different types of Salmonella in poultry products.
An ongoing program of investments see the company respond to rising demand for locally produced chicken meat, expanding capacity and increasing efficiency.
Modified atmosphere killing can offer a cost-effective method for the disposal of spent layer hens, but rules must be followed to gain maximum, long-term benefit.
Livestock expo to put spotlight on connectivity and performance in livestock industry
From capture to plucking, broilers must be handled with care to minimize the amount of damage to carcasses.
Willamette Egg Farm prepares for implementation of legislation in Washington and Oregon requiring shell eggs and egg products sold to come from hens housed in enriched cages or cage-free.
Strict and thorough biosecurity is the most fundamental feature of successful eradication of avian influenza and is the key to controlling and eradicating this virus.
As the U.S. poultry industry was hit by highly pathogenic avian flu, the Poultry Confidence Index dropped sharply in the second quarter of 2015.
Exchange rate against the US dollar favors income in Brazilian reals, despite the decline in shipments.
Turkey’s poultry production has grown strongly over recent years, and the country’s producers have their sights set on further expansion.
White striping, woody breast and other myopathies can reduce the value of chicken breast meat, but diet changes can help to mitigate their impact.
U.S. and world poultry producers are at a crossroads on biosecurity, avian influenza vaccinations and poultry trade as the result of ongoing highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreaks.
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