Three tips on what to do -- and things to avoid -- for poultry processors to have a good working relationship with the Food Safety and Inspection Service.
Poultry biosecurity programs are not always planned and executed with the same thoroughness as management, nutrition or health programs.
Additional attention in some areas can lead to better plucking results
Livingston broiler processing plant reopened January 11, but company closed it again January 12
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OSI's largest integrated poultry operation globally and largest further processing plant open in Asia.
A more careful approach to how water is used can reduce waste of a valuable resource and improve the bottom line.
Salmonella prevalence on broiler carcasses in the US and the EU and other parts of the world is measured by differing methods. Are the results comparable?
Cargill responds to ongoing demand for locally grown and processed poultry by creating one of the most efficient poultry processing facilities in Europe.
The expected upturn in UK demand for locally produced poultry meat should not tempt producers to cut corners where employees are concerned.
Chicken producers must deal with a number of challenges as they deal with a changing competitive environment in 2014, said panelists at the National Chicken Council.
The Port of Itajai is the biggest point of departure for chicken shipments in the world, but how did it reach this position, and what threats are on the horizon?
US Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service office of policy development representative presents what the agency thinks it has learned from two ground turkey recalls associated with Salmonella
Efforts to reduce the incidence of potential pathogens on ready-to-cook poultry products are receiving increased attention in many countries, and significant progress is being made.
The poultry industry continues to collaborate on improvements to workplace safety.
Broiler weights continue their upward march at US poultry processing complexes. How is this trend impacting broiler processing operations and product mix?
The push for continuous improvement in environmental management at the Gadsden, Ala., plant earned the company a Clean Water Award honorable mention in 2013.
Representatives from Tyson, George's and Butterball discuss how teams in their facilities evaluate poultry plant processes to reduce Salmonella numbers on broiler and turkey carcasses and parts.
Like all processes, proper care and attention must be applied to stunning. Adjustments and monitoring can reduce condemned bird numbers and increase plant yield.
The more that information is shared forward and backward between farm and processor, the greater the outcome for all concerned.
Ensuring good working conditions and engaging staff can increase yield in the poultry processing plant, boosting competitiveness.
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