The Annual Meat Conference is well known for its 'protein palooza,' an exhibit hall full of protein samples to showcase the latest and greatest. While the event had to take a brief hiatus due to COVID-19, it's back and it lived up to all expectations.
This one-of-a-kind award recognizes and honors exceptional efforts in retail, foodservice, direct-to-consumer, producer/integrator organizations and companies who have demonstrated innovative marketing and creative excellence in promoting chicken consumption.
I’m used to asking the questions, but a recent interview with the Poultry Science Association (PSA) about new sensor technology that could enhance poultry welfare during the transportation process put me in the hot seat.
The online rumor mill is at it again, claiming that feed producers are intentionally modifying their layer products to decrease egg production and drive-up egg prices. We in the poultry industry know that avian influenza is the real culprit.
On a recent episode of “Yellowstone,” viewers got to learn about one of the biggest modern-day dilemmas of the poultry and meat industry. Is it better to work with a processor or make plans to feed, process and market products directly to consumers?
Changing consumer demand for Net Zero, higher welfare and no-antibiotic-ever (NAE) has transformed modern poultry production. Innovative thinking and new technologies will be required to meet these challenges and remain efficient and profitable.