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Foster Farms: Community Approach Key to Managing Coryza Spread in Poultry

Foster Farms: Community Approach Key to Managing Coryza Spread in Poultry

Tackling endemic poultry diseases as a community rather than as individual producers can play an important role in controlling and limiting their spread.... More
Measuring Effectiveness of On-Farm Interventions Key to Salmonella Control

Measuring Effectiveness of On-Farm Interventions Key to Salmonella Control

Understanding the impact specific on-farm interventions can have on Salmonella is critical to helping the US poultry industry meet government standards around the disease, according to a leading veterinarian.... More
New Technology Helping Poultry Producers

New Technology Helping Poultry Producers

With more than 25 million pounds of chicken produced each and every day here in Georgia, it is essential for growers to maintain the most efficient houses possible without sacrificing any quality.... More
Processing chain communication critical to identify health issues early, reduce turkey condemnations

Processing chain communication critical to identify health issues early, reduce turkey condemnations

Developing good relationships across the processing chain can be critical in helping to identify and overcome issues on farm and in the processing plant.... More
Swift Communication Key To Limiting The Risk Of Poultry Disease Outbreaks.

Swift Communication Key To Limiting The Risk Of Poultry Disease Outbreaks.

Excellent systems of communication between farm staff and veterinarians are critical when it comes to managing disease outbreaks and reducing their potential spread.... More
E. coli vaccination in broilers: Is it worth the cost?

E. coli vaccination in broilers: Is it worth the cost?

Vaccination has been shown to protect broilers from E. coli infection. But is it worth the cost?... More
Diagnostics key to effective mycoplasma control

Diagnostics key to effective mycoplasma control

Avian mycoplasmosis is a problem for poultry producers worldwide, but according to an expert, there’s no “one-size-fits-all” approach to managing it.... More

Hospitals offer inspiration for next-generation poultry biosecurity tools

Hospitals offer inspiration for next-generation poultry biosecurity tools

Researchers in Canada are looking to human hospitals as inspiration for developing next-generation techniques to improve biosecurity on poultry farms.... More
Control key to protecting flocks from more virulent, resistant E. coli

Control key to protecting flocks from more virulent, resistant E. coli

In poultry production, Escherichia coli has long had a reputation as an opportunist, causing infection only after a primary pathogen had first cleared the way.... More
Three keys to successful IBV control

Three keys to successful IBV control

Highly contagious and constantly evolving, infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) is notoriously difficult to control. According to the University of Georgia’s Mark Jackwood, vaccination is critical to keeping flocks protected — but vaccinating properly is key.... More
LN: 4-H Poultry Handling

LN: 4-H Poultry Handling

LN: 4-H Poultry Handling... More
One Health Certified label seeks balanced approach to poultry production, marketing

One Health Certified label seeks balanced approach to poultry production, marketing

A new label under development for meat and poultry products will represent production that seeks a balanced approach to poultry production and marketing.... More
Salmonella’s sex life key to mitigating food safety risks

Salmonella’s sex life key to mitigating food safety risks

Food safety challenges linked to Salmonella could be tackled more effectively by better understanding the sex life of bacteria, according to a leading US government veterinarian.... More
Perdue veterinarian seeks answers to inconsistent foodborne pathogen load

Perdue veterinarian seeks answers to inconsistent foodborne pathogen load

Taking a closer look at why incidence of Salmonella and Campylobacter varied widely on farms in the same production system helped to demonstrate the importance of management and communication with growers, Bruce Stewart-Brown, DVM, senior vice president, food safety, quality and live production,... More
UD research finds answers to what may be causing wooden breast syndrome in chickens

UD research finds answers to what may be causing wooden breast syndrome in chickens

University of Delaware researchers have discovered that lipoprotein lipase, an enzyme crucial for fat metabolism, may be contributing to wooden breast syndrome in broiler chickens.... More
Unusual presentation of bacterial septicemia in broilers tied to breeders

Unusual presentation of bacterial septicemia in broilers tied to breeders

An unusual presentation of bacterial septicemia in broilers underscores the importance of obtaining a good history and obtaining input from bird caretakers, David French, DVM, a staff veterinarian with Sanderson Farms, told Poultry Health Today.... More
Helping contract growers transition to no-antibiotics-ever broiler production

Helping contract growers transition to no-antibiotics-ever broiler production

Successful transition from conventional to no-antibiotics-ever (NAE) broiler production requires awareness of all the changes needed and lots of advance planning, Tom Tabler. PhD, poultry specialist, Mississippi State University Extension, told Poultry Health Today.... More
US poultry industry shifting focus to Campylobacter, Salmonella Infantis

US poultry industry shifting focus to Campylobacter, Salmonella Infantis

The US poultry industry needs to revisit Campylobacter-control strategies in preparation for new performance standards coming from USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), Ashley Peterson, PhD, senior vice president of scientific and regulatory affairs, National Chicken Council (NCC), ... More
A Career in Caring for Hens

A Career in Caring for Hens

In this video, you’ll meet Michelle, who has made her career in studying poultry behavior and welfare. Maintaining high standards of hen care is a top priority of Canadian egg farmers, so they work with experts like Michelle.... More
Real Dirt Road Trip Egg Farm

Real Dirt Road Trip Egg Farm

On this Real Dirt Road Trip we visited the Huitema family egg farm! Watch the video to learn about enriched housing, egg collection, and hen care.... More
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