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Poultry Welfare

The latest poultry welfare articles, commentary and research for poultry producers on ethically raising (birds are treated with respect and properly cared for during their lives) broilers, laying hens and turkeys from the editors of Poultry USA, Egg Industry and Poultry International magazines.


Case Farms expresses commitment to animal welfare

Company says ‘stringent internal audits’ are used, and nasal implants are not
Case Farms stated that the company and its contract growers share a committed responsibility to ensuring the well-being of all animals in its care.
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NPPC seeks waiver from ELD mandate

NPPC today asked for a waiver and exemption for livestock haulers from U.S. DOT regulations.
NPPC asked for a waiver and exemption for livestock haulers from U.S. Department of Transportation regulations that could have negative effects on animal well-being.
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Combined Arbor Acres seminar appeals to Asian customers

The annual Arbor Acres seminar, was designed to communicate relevant flock management advice from key service team managers and specialists and also to provide hands-on involvement and training for participants in specific workshops during the event.
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Ceva details latest poultry “Vaccinology” approach

At WVPA Congress, Edinburgh, the company outlines its latest innovations, in vaccines, equipment, services and quality certification
At the World Veterinary Poultry Association Congress in Edinburgh, Ceva hosted a scientific symposium Mastering In Ovo Vaccination - A closer look at key details, focusing on the critical success factors for in ovo vaccination: embryo age and development, new solutions for improved chick quality and the essential steps to optimize in ovo vaccination.
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UEP names new VP of animal welfare

Hiring of Larry Sadler, Ph.D., continues UEP commitment to advancing, supporting hen health and well-being
Larry Sadler, Ph. D. has been named to the position of Vice President of Animal Welfare for United Egg Producers (UEP).
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