A European-wide project to improve the conditions of egg-laying chickens was launched Oct. 4 under the umbrella of the ChickenStress European Training Network
New technology developed to store, and transport black soldier fly larvae seeks to address producer challenges and help specialize
Poultry science research grant, co-led by University of Arkansas and Cornell, is among largest ever awarded by USDA.
An international research partnership is seeking to reduce the reliance on antibiotics by developing novel alternatives using a combination of bacteriophage
Low- and middle-income countries have limited surveillance capacities to track antimicrobial use and resistance on farms
Aerosolization found to also be important route for salmonella colonization and potential spread throughout a poultry house.
Managing inflammation will be increasingly important for successful antibiotic-free poultry production, but more work is needed to ensure interventions
Gaseous emissions are an unwanted side effect of poultry production, and it is essential to mitigate ammonia and other gaseous emissions to increase industry
The amount of antimicrobials added to the feed and water of broiler chickens and turkeys fell in the US from 2013 to 2017.
The first seven days of life are increasingly important as broilers reach slaughter weight at an ever younger age.
A new treatment to control the spread of antibiotic-resistant pathogens in poultry will be developed by researchers in the U.K. and China
Passive surveillance project uncovered presence of certain worrisome pathogens in backyard raises concerns for poultry health specialists.
A lack of vitamin D is very common, despite the vitamin being present in eggs, some dairy products, and even sunlight at least
Further analyses may reveal more about importance of genetic drift and selection in closed populations.
Diet supplementation with mannanoligosaccharide (MOS) improved immunological responses and increased humoral immunity in aflatoxin-challenge broilers,
Study illustrates how easily virulent Marek's disease viruses can persist and spread, but new strains do not appear to be more virulent than older stains.
Supplementing sorghum-based quail diets with Brazilian ginseng may improve bird feed efficiency and lengthen the shelf life of eggs, say researchers.
Mounting evidence shows that what chicks are fed around the time of hatching influences a bird’s performance and its nutrient requirement in later life.
Choline dietary specifications for broilers are lower, indicating once more that ducks should not be treated as broilers in terms of feed formulation.
Drinking water for poultry flocks can be a hidden and under-diagnosed problem in poor flock performance.