Poultry litter News
News published on April 25, 2019:
By Adam Speir for CAES News
College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences
University of Georgia
Barn fires have long been known as a potential hazard of storing hay, but a recent barn fire in ...
News published on April 24, 2019:
By Rhea Hebert
NC State Prestage Department of Poultry Science
If you aren’t an active farmer, you might think spring has just finally sprung – but for North Carolina farmers, spring chores start ...
News published on January 27, 2017:
A free workshop will be offered to International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) attendees on the Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) program. The U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) is sponsoring ...
News published on September 16, 2016:
On November 14-16, 2016, the UGA Cold Weather Management Workshop will be conducted at the Oconee County Civic Center in Watkinsville, Georgia, a few miles from the University of Georgia.This intensive training...
News published on July 1, 2016:
Dr. Susan Watkins, University of Arkansas Poultry Extension Specialist, was presented with the 2016 Industry Leader of the Year Award by The Poultry Federation at the 57th Annual Poultry Festival held June 17-1...
News published on December 14, 2012:
Poultry farmers are consistently looking at ways to reduce costs, increase farm efficiencies and maximise their return on investment. For many, the management of poultry litter is one aspect of their operations...
News published on April 29, 2010:
Kemin Agri Foods South Asia delivered presentation on “Wet Litter – Common Causes and Control Measures” in Veterinary College, Namakkal of TamilNadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences Univer...
News published on September 11, 2009:
A recent Poultry CRC study has shown that broilers raised on fibrous litter are generally more uniform in feed consumption, Feed Conversion Ratio (FCR) and, most importantly, body weight. This potentially great...
News published on February 9, 2009:
The Delmarva Peninsula, flanking the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay, is home to some 600 million chickens. The resulting poultry manure and some of the chicken house bedding material is usually composted a...
Soil Science Society of America press release
News published on November 19, 2008:
The high cost of clean out, litter disposal and new bedding makes it economical for broiler producers to re-utilize bedding material for one, two, three or even more years of production. However, this practice ...
University of Arkansas AVIAN Advice newsletter