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Larger Particles in Starter Feed Lead to Better Performance

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
How Turkeys grow

How Turkeys grow

A male turkey is called a Tom; a female turkey is called a Hen and young turkeys are called poults. On this Canadian family farm, they raise “Toms” which are used for further processing markets for some of the many turkey items you can find in your grocery store like ground turkey, turkey roll o... More
FarmFood360° Virtual Reality Chicken Farm Tour

FarmFood360° Virtual Reality Chicken Farm Tour

In this 360° video tour, you’ll get to see inside a working Ontario broiler chicken farm. These are chickens that are raised for meat. You’ll learn how chickens are cared for from the time they arrive as newly hatched chicks until they are ready for market. You’ll also learn what they eat, where... More
Are we actually eating antibiotics in chicken?

Are we actually eating antibiotics in chicken?

No matter what you hear, remember: when you eat chicken, you’re not eating the antibiotics that it may have been given.... More
FarmFood360° – Virtual Reality Turkey Farm Tour

FarmFood360° – Virtual Reality Turkey Farm Tour

In this 360° video tour, you’ll get to see inside a working Canadian turkey farm and learn all about how turkeys are cared for, what they eat, where they live, and how Canadian turkey farmers care for their birds. You’ll see birds of different ages in two different types of barns and learn about... More
Antibiotics and Canadian Chicken: A Whiteboard Video

Antibiotics and Canadian Chicken: A Whiteboard Video

Concerned about antibiotic resistance and use? We are too. Check out this short video we’ve put together to talk about the issue and what chicken farmers are doing about it. And what you can do as well!... More
Serotype, Presentation of IBH Differ in Large and Small Birds

Serotype, Presentation of IBH Differ in Large and Small Birds

More than one serotype has been the cause of inclusion body hepatitis (IBH) in broilers, which has presented differently in large- and small-bird complexes, Suzanne Dougherty, DVM, of Pilgrim’s, told Poultry Health Today.... More

Coccidiosis in Conventional Flocks Presenting a Significant Challenge

Coccidiosis in Conventional Flocks Presenting a Significant Challenge

Coccidiosis is proving to be a significant challenge in conventional flocks, Suzanne Dougherty, DVM, Pilgrim’s, told Poultry Health Today.... More
Glutamine Supplement Shows Promise in Reducing Necrotic Enteritis

Glutamine Supplement Shows Promise in Reducing Necrotic Enteritis

Supplementing poultry diets with glutamine could help reduce the severity of necrotic enteritis (NE), according to researchers.... More
Emerging Disease Trends Come Under Focus in Latest Version of Industry Bible

Emerging Disease Trends Come Under Focus in Latest Version of Industry Bible

Health challenges associated with antibiotic-free production and the growing issue of wooden breast syndrome in broilers are two emerging trends to appear in the latest edition of Diseases of Poultry.... More
Feed Additive Appears to Benefit Gut Integrity in Broilers with Coccidiosis

Feed Additive Appears to Benefit Gut Integrity in Broilers with Coccidiosis

The feed additive sodium bisulfate administered to broilers during a coccidial challenge appeared to benefit gut integrity, Elle Chadwick, Graduate Research Assistant, North Carolina State University, told Poultry Health Today.... More
Consider Predominance of AL-2 Variants when Planning IBDV Vaccination Program

Consider Predominance of AL-2 Variants when Planning IBDV Vaccination Program

The AL-2 family of variants is the predominant strain of infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV) circulating among US broiler flocks, according to a recent survey — a finding that should be considered when planning IBDV vaccination programs, Kalen Cookson, DVM, MAM, director of clinical research,... More
Better Management, Biosecurity could Mean Lower Salmonella Levels in NAE Farms

Better Management, Biosecurity could Mean Lower Salmonella Levels in NAE Farms

Better management, biosecurity could mean lower Salmonella levels in NAE farms... More
The Biggest Change on Feed Mills in the Last Few Years - Dr. Scott Dee.

The Biggest Change on Feed Mills in the Last Few Years - Dr. Scott Dee.

The Biggest Change on Feed Mills in the Last Few Years .... More
Litter Management can Help Control Salmonella Heidelberg

Litter Management can Help Control Salmonella Heidelberg

Ongoing studies to find ways of managing Salmonella Heidelberg loads in poultry litter have suggested that downtime is key to reducing the pathogen’s rates.... More
Vet Scripts

Vet Scripts

In Vet Scripts, Barry Whitworth says the risk of an avian influenza outbreak goes up during the fall and winter months, and poultry producers need to practice good biosecurity.... More
Direct-Fed Microbials Can Impact Salmonella Vaccine Efficacy

Direct-Fed Microbials Can Impact Salmonella Vaccine Efficacy

Some direct-fed microbial additives with live cultures have been found to impact the efficacy of modified-live vaccines.... More
Utilizing On-farm Testing Key To Helping Processors Understand S. Infantis Loads

Utilizing On-farm Testing Key To Helping Processors Understand S. Infantis Loads

Using a range of testing methods for Salmonella Infantis can help broiler companies build a better picture of how effective interventions against the pathogen are performing.... More
Tackling Stress Key to Protecting Birds from Coryza Resurgence, Says Expert

Tackling Stress Key to Protecting Birds from Coryza Resurgence, Says Expert

Limiting stress in broiler flocks is key to preventing birds from succumbing to an infectious respiratory disease which is showing a resurgence in some areas of the US, according to a poultry expert.... More
Campylobacter control: Still much to learn about Campylobacter

Campylobacter control: Still much to learn about Campylobacter

Blending two commonly used antibacterial treatments could help processing facilities take better control of Campylobacter and reduce the risk of food-borne illnesses, according to scientists.... More
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