Poultry welfare News

News published on April 28, 2022:

Free webinar - Bugs, Biome and Breeding: Improving Laying Hen Welfare

  The Poultry Extension Collaborative (PEC) brings you the webinar "Bugs, Biome and Breeding: Improving Laying Hen Welfare" on May 17th, from 9 to 12 am EST, via Zoom.      Attendance is ...
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https://www.poultry-welfare-extension.com/
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News published on March 28, 2022:

Through the hen’s eyes: $1 million grant to improve cage-free housing for egg laying

Story by Jillian Ellison Just over one third of the United States egg laying industry currently produces in cage-free environments, while companies pledge to use more ethically sourced ingredients in their pro...
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https://ag.purdue.edu/
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News published on March 10, 2022:

Discover Adisseo Research Grant 2022. A commitment to the future of animal nutrition

Adisseo is committed to have a long-term implication in research and is fully involved to find sustainable and meaningful innovations in animal nutrition field. Thus, Adisseo decided to support research by l...
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News published on February 15, 2022:

Meet 10 Start-Ups Revolutionizing Welfare and Sustainability in Beef, Poultry and Dairy Production

10 innovators will present their breakthrough innovative technologies at this year’s Animal AgTech Innovation Summit in San Francisco on March 21. The featured start-ups are tackling key challenges withi...
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https://animalagtech.com/meet-10-start-ups/
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News published on October 6, 2021:

Scientists Investigate the Value of Increased Feed Spacing for Broiler Chickens - Interpretive Summary

by Sam Shafer For broiler chickens, how much space each bird gets around a feeder may be an important factor in weight gain and overall productivity. According to a new Journal of Applied Poultry Research®...
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News published on August 30, 2021:

Poultry scientists examine laying hen welfare during depopulation in noncage systems - Interpretive Summary

by Sam Shafer Poultry producers maintain healthy, productive flocks by carrying out depopulation when hens reach 65 to 90 weeks old. Depopulation means hens need to be caught, carried and put in crates on thei...
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News published on August 30, 2021:

Using microchips to improve efficiency and bird health on poultry farms

By Claire Marie Coleman As the No. 1 poultry producing state in the U.S., Georgia’s poultry industry generates more than $3.8 billion annually. Part of sustaining this vibrant economic driver fo...
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https://southscapes.caes.uga.edu/
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News published on July 26, 2021:

Germany and France call on EU countries to also ban culling of male chicks

France and Germany are now calling on other EU countries to follow their lead in banning the controversial practice of culling male chicks, which both countries have pledged to end from January 2022. It is &ld...
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https://www.euractiv.com
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News published on June 1, 2021:

Gregory Archer is honored with Maple Leaf Farms Duck Research Award

This award is given to stimulate and reward research with ducks and improve the knowledge base of science as applied to commercial duck production. This research should be for a period of not more than 10 years...
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News published on May 11, 2021:

Free webinar: Global Standards and Research Advances in Poultry Welfare

  The Poultry Extension Collaborative (PEC) brings you the webinar "Global Standards and Research Advances in Poultry Welfare" on May 25th, from 10:00 am to 1:15 pm EST, via Zoom.   Attendance...
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https://www.poultry-welfare-extension.com/
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