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Experts predict the major poultry health challenges over the next few decades will be caused by endemic avian influenza and Newcastle viruses, cage-free egg
Industry professionals discuss why phytogenics may help with poultry health as the demand for antibiotic-free meat increases
Poultry have an inherent need for fiber to maintain a healthy digestive system. Soluble fibers can be used as an energy source by poultry
The application of molecular biology to determine the genomic structure, classification and pathogenesis of disease-causing agents in poultry was a consistent
Mark Clements' view of the world poultry industry with a British twist. Whether the issue is farm profitability, poultry welfare or antibiotic resistance
Learn the difference between prebiotics and probiotics and how each feed additive works in a chicken’s gastrointestinal tract to improve health, performance.
Birds with improved feed efficiency had better mitochondrial function that included less oxidative stress.
With avian influenza (AI) currently confirmed across four continents, every poultry farmer needs to be alert for signs of the disease in their flock
USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture and Agricultural Research Service seek stakeholder input on what top broiler health research priorities should
Dr. Peter Spring, of the Bern University of Applied Sciences, said striving for responsible antibiotic use may be a better strategy than going 100 percent