Learn which were the ten most popular poultry-related articles on WATTAgNet.com during the month of March:
Roy Graber: If Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to be the next president of the United States, she needs to start making better decisions.
A tornado hit the Tyson Foods hatchery in Eufaula, Alabama, on March 3.
Slower-growing broiler birds could bring a far more significant environmental and economic impact than previously estimated, according to a new study.
Over the last several years, poultry production experienced a great number of changes creating a domino effect.
Deven King: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) recently came out with a billboard in Portland, Oregon, that reads, “Face It — You Can’t Claim to Be a Feminist and Still Eat Eggs.”
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts said that Costco Wholesale Corporation is interested in another poultry plant, and so is his administration.
Mark Clements: The world’s leading poultry producers’ approach to animal welfare has been highlighted in the latest Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare (BBFAW), published by Compassion in World Farming and World Animal Protection.
Eric Gingerich, DVM, technical services specialist, Diamond V, presented emerging disease issues in the organic layer industry at the Organic Egg Farmers of America’s Organic Egg Symposium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on March 12, during the Midwest Poultry Federation Convention.
A new company has formed that will specialize in the production and processing of pasture-raised, slow-growth chickens that are third-party verified through the Global Animal Partnership (GAP) Step 4 program.
Pilgrim’s Pride Corporation has appointed Jayson Penn, currently president of Pilgrim’s USA, to succeed Bill Lovette, who is retiring from the position of president and chief executive officer of Pilgrim’s Pride.