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Poultry Science Association - United States

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News published on August 30, 2021
by Sam Shafer Every year, waterfowl producers around the world suffer economic losses due to duck enteritis virus (DEV), also called “duck plague.” This virus is a member of the alphaherpesvirin...
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News published on August 30, 2021
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 t...
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News published on August 30, 2021
by Sam Shafer Are rice paddies and duck operations a match made in heaven? In a recent Poultry Science ® study, researchers with Yangzhou University investigated the effects of integrating ducks into a ...
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News published on August 18, 2021
PSA was pleased to welcome back the Student Competition as part of this year's Virtual Annual Meeting. To see the recipients of the 2021 Certificates of Excellence as well as other prestigious awards tied to t...
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Alyssa LyonsCourtney PoholskyLauren VaccaroLogan ErbMukti BaruaSabin PoudelSam ShaferSarah StruthersYuguo Tompkins
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News published on July 29, 2021
by Sam Shafer Properly cooking poultry products is key to avoiding bacterial infections such as Campylobacter, so there are concerns that the recent popularity of undercooked chicken livers, often served as...
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News published on July 29, 2021
by Sam Shafer When it comes to poultry feed, particle size makes a big difference for bird nutrition. Research shows that chickens increase their feed intake and performance when given pelleted feed or c...
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