Learn what the ten most popular poultry news stories were during the month of December 2017.
A future with only antibiotic-free and slow-growing broilers would be harder on the environment and the economy.
Tyson Foods has ended its contract with a poultry grower after a video showing animal mistreatment at the farm was circulated.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is proposing a rule requesting public comment on its intent to withdraw the Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices (OLPP) proposed final rule published in January 2017.
Indiana and 12 other states are suing Massachusetts over its farm animal confinement law, which is set to take effect in 2022.
No single product will deliver the same performance as growth-promoting antibiotics.
Latin America is consolidating as a region of strong broiler production, not only because of its total production, but because it contains three of the world's top 10 broiler companies: JBS, the world’s largest producer; BRF, the third; and Bachoco, the ninth.
Moving to a slower growing broiler breed is more about improving the quality of the chicken than making a statement on genetics, according to the president of Bell & Evans.
Operations have been suspended at the House of Raeford Farms plant in Mocksville, North Carolina during the early morning hours of December 14.
The start of winter in the northern hemisphere has brought reports of new cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in poultry.
Legislation that would delay the implementation of cage-free confinement standards for egg-laying hens by more than five years moved out of a Senate committee 4-1.