Poultry litter News
News published on March 27, 2008:
A Poultry CRC-funded epidemiological survey of Australian broiler flocks has indicated that one of the protective factors against Marek's Disease virus may be the use of wood-based litter1.A survey of farms acr...
Australia Poultry CRC
News published on January 15, 2008:
Preliminary results from a Poultry CRC project being undertaken by DPI&F Queensland examining the reuse of chicken litter across broiler cycles have indicated that levels of food-borne pathogens are not any...
News published on November 8, 2007:
Whether it's fried, baked, grilled or skewered, Americans are hungry for chicken, eating 90 pounds each per year. And where there's chicken, there's poop.Despite Georgia's status as the country's top meat-chick...
UGA Cooperative Extension release
News published on August 21, 2007:
Foster Agblevor, associate professor of biological systems engineering, is leading the team of researchers in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginia Tech developing transportable pyrolysis uni...
Virginia Tech press release
News published on November 21, 2006:
Peter Kleinman plans to take his research on the road this fall. Every month or so, the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) soil scientist will leave the rolling valleys of Pennsylvania dairy country for corn, ...
USDA Agricultural Research Service
News published on March 28, 2005:
Poultry farmers have called for poultry litter to be excluded from the definition of slurry in the Nitrates Directive Action Programme.
UFU Poultry Committee chairman, Thomas Douglas, said poultry producers ...
News published on February 28, 2005:
If farmers want to continue using poultry litter as fertilizer on their fields, they will need to avoid excess phosphorus going on the land.
That is the advice of Dan Philbrick, Natural Resources Conservatio...
The Joplin Globe
News published on December 10, 2004:
Talks in Tulsa designed to avoid a possible water quality lawsuit between Oklahoma and six Arkansas poultry companies were described as "productive" in a joint statement released Thursday.
No details of a po...
The Morning News
News published on November 8, 2004:
The Georgia Poultry Federation and the University of Georgia have developed a web site aimed at connecting poultry farmers with those desiring litter from their operations.
Poultry litter has proven to be a...
News published on October 28, 2004:
A Western Australian Upper House MP has joined the debate over a proposed poultry litter fired power station at Muchea, saying he is concerned at the type of material that could be incinerated at the site.