News and analysis for the global poultry industry.

Ann Reus

Ann Reus is senior reporter at WATT Global Media. Contact Reus via email at areus@wattglobal.com.

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What drives millennials in the workplace?

Find out how hiring managers, young recruits can work well together
What millennials want most out of their careers is a sense of purpose and meaning. This is important for hiring managers to remember when working with young recruits.
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3 ways algae can improve egg quality

Algae in layer diets can have better health benefits for people, it can contribute to better yolk pigments, and it can improve egg output by hens
The use of algae in layer diets can help improve egg quality in several ways: it can produce eggs that have better health benefits for people, it can contribute to better yolk pigments, and it can improve egg output by hens.
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New York AG: Tyson ignoring subpoena in price-gouging probe

Letitia James has asked a judge to require Tyson to turn over materials on pricing during the pandemic

New York Attorney General Letitia James said in a court filing that Tyson Foods Inc. is refusing to comply with a subpoena related to a civil probe into alleged price gouging during the COVID-19 pandemic.


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MHP’s first quarter results affected by war in Ukraine

Company says it has faced ‘significant logistical and infrastructure challenges’ since the start of the war

Ukrainian poultry and grain company MHP SE saw poultry production volumes in the first quarter 2022 increase by 5% from last year, but decrease by 13% from the previous quarter as a result of the war in Ukraine, which led to the decreased poultry capacity utilization.


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Vilsack: 2022 avian flu outbreak not as severe as 2015

Better biosecurity, testing and preparation have all kept this outbreak from spreading as rapidly, agriculture secretary says

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack said the current avian influenza outbreak isn't as severe as it was during his first tenure as agriculture secretary, citing more testing, better biosecurity and knowledge gained from experience.


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