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A hybrid breed of chicken known as ‘Samgye’, is increasing in popularity in South Korea and boosting the success of the poultry industry in the country
Getting the right tools in the hands of trained broiler service technicians can lead to more highly motivated chicken growers and improved broiler house managem
Europe’s biggest chicken producers all slaughter in excess of 300 million broilers per year, while the biggest egg producers have layer flocks in excess of 3.5
University of Delaware researchers have analysed the genes involved in wooden breast disease and have identified biomarkers for the disorder.
Taking a closer look at Compassion in World Farming objections to the National Chicken Council report on the environmental impact of slower growing broilers
Mortality and condemnation rates are at all-time lows for U.S. broiler producers, but so-called slow-growing chicken strains in Europe are doing even better.
A layer farm in Greece has been infected by H5N8 highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI). About 28,000 susceptible chickens are destroyed
Updated USDA meat and poultry labeling regulations are changing how producers are raising chickens and turkeys. According to Debbie Nece, Regulatory Affairs
Sales of probiotic-fed chicken products in the United States have increased 34% in the last year due to the demand for antibiotic-free poultry.
Can increased incubation temperatures help reduce the occurrence of leg problems in broilers? This is what the latest research project from Aarhus University