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Chicken coop tour.

Chicken coop tour.

We have bin bottoms to start cleaning out, as well as escaping pigs to deal with. We have also started building our deep littler base in the chicken coop, so we did a little chciken coop tour.... More
Two Years of IBV Sampling Underlines Importance of Surveillance Work

Two Years of IBV Sampling Underlines Importance of Surveillance Work

Large-scale collection of samples from producers across the southern US is helping shed new light on infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) in chicken flocks — including uncovering a new serotype of the pathogen.... More
Periodic IBV PCR Testing is Key to Ensuring Vaccination Efficacy

Periodic IBV PCR Testing is Key to Ensuring Vaccination Efficacy

Complexes should regularly evaluate the infectious bronchitis viruses (IBV) prevalent on their farms to help determine which vaccines can provide the best protection possible.... More
Meet the Wollmann Family One of Our Hard-working Manitoba Chicken Producers Farm Families

Meet the Wollmann Family One of Our Hard-working Manitoba Chicken Producers Farm Families

We're very pleased to share a day in a life of the Wollmann family, one of our hard-working Manitoba Chicken Producers farm families. Watch and learn how they take pride in providing fellow Manitobans with a nutritious source of local protein year-round.... More
Measuring temperature of birds’ faces could help identify heat stress in flocks

Measuring temperature of birds’ faces could help identify heat stress in flocks

Use of thermal imaging cameras to measure facial temperatures may offer a non-invasive option for assessing heat stress in commercial broilers, according to research from the University of Arkansas.... More
Going With the Flow: How to Maximize the Effectiveness of Spray Vaccination

Going With the Flow: How to Maximize the Effectiveness of Spray Vaccination

Attention to detail is vital when it comes to ensuring that spray vaccinations against respiratory diseases such as infectious bronchitis are as effective as they can possibly be, according to a poultry health expert. Brian Jordan, associate professor at the University of Georgia, said how t... More
Cross-protection Vaccine Protocols Key to Limiting DMV/1639 Spread in US Flocks

Cross-protection Vaccine Protocols Key to Limiting DMV/1639 Spread in US Flocks

Thorough vaccination programs and bird surveillance are critical to giving US flocks the best possible chance of protection against evolving strains of infectious bronchitis virus (IBV).... More

Testing Mixed Control Approaches Important in Controlling Salmonella in Broilers

Testing Mixed Control Approaches Important in Controlling Salmonella in Broilers

Commercial broiler farms often employ a multi-faceted approach in tackling Salmonella, but testing different combinations of control options together on a small scale before they are rolled out across entire production facilities is a valuable method of ensuring successful disease control, accor... More
The Majority of Antibiotics Used In Poultry Production Are Not Used In Human Medicine

The Majority of Antibiotics Used In Poultry Production Are Not Used In Human Medicine

The antibiotics used most often in humans are not the same ones used most often in chicken production.... More
What Can Consumers Do To Keep Bacteria At Bay?

What Can Consumers Do To Keep Bacteria At Bay?

What Can Consumers Do To Keep Bacteria At Bay? Good practices in your kitchen can reduce your risk of contamination by any bacteria – resistant or not.... More
Getting the hen house ready washing and disinfecting

Getting the hen house ready washing and disinfecting

We our a family farm in Ontario Canada enjoying showing you the work we do to bring eggs to your table this is the first time I get to show you are new flock in the barn and talk about what we will be doing in the future... More
Details Matter When it Comes to ILT Vaccination Success

Details Matter When it Comes to ILT Vaccination Success

Attention to detail is key to successfully vaccinating broiler flocks against infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT), according to a poultry health expert.... More
Molecular Test Helps Identify Pathogenicity in New Strains of Infectious Bursal Disease Virus

Molecular Test Helps Identify Pathogenicity in New Strains of Infectious Bursal Disease Virus

A genetic technique which could help improve predictions about the virulence of infectious bursal disease (IBDV) has identified pathogenicity in seven new strains of the virus which causes an immunosuppressive condition.... More
Sharing Data Can Help Manage Layer-Farm Disease and Increase Production

Sharing Data Can Help Manage Layer-Farm Disease and Increase Production

Sharing and analyzing data at farm level and beyond can offer new insights that improve bird health and profitability on layer farms, according to a poultry industry expert.... More
Histopathology Helping Poultry Plants Use Science to Defend Carcasses, Minimize Condemnations

Histopathology Helping Poultry Plants Use Science to Defend Carcasses, Minimize Condemnations

Most people in live poultry production haven’t spent a lot of time reading about histopathology.... More
Avian Flu Outbreak

Avian Flu Outbreak

University of Nebraska Poultry Veterinarian Don Reynolds discusses the current avian flu strain H5N8, and the importance of biosecurity in a poultry operation.... More
Poultry Litter and Soybean Production

Poultry Litter and Soybean Production

How does poultry litter impact soybean production in North Carolina? Joe Burns is researching whether poultry litter application affects yield and quality of soybeans grown across North Carolina.... More
Study: Larger Particles in Starter Feed Lead to Better Performance

Study: Larger Particles in Starter Feed Lead to Better Performance

Starter feed of larger particles consumed by young chicks is associated with better performance during the lifetime of broiler birds, according to a study conducted at Mississippi State University.... More
Vet Scripts - Backyard Chickens & Biosecurity

Vet Scripts - Backyard Chickens & Biosecurity

Dr. Barry Whitworth has information for backyard poultry growers.... More
Caring for Turkeys

Caring for Turkeys

In this video, Canadian turkey farmers Kathryn and Clair talk about the level of care and attention that goes into raising their flocks of turkeys. From housing to ventilation, biosecurity and nutrition, you’ll learn about it all here.... More
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