Industry News

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China lifted its ban on poultry imports from the United States, ending the trade barrier that had been in place since 2015, when highly pathogenic...

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Clint Rivers, president and chief executive officer of Wayne Farms LLC, was installed as 2019-2020 chairman of the National Chicken Council (NCC)...

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Thank you for registering for the October 24 NAW webinar, “Reboot the Real World: Beating Disruption through Human-Centric Innovations,”...

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By Bridget McCrea In the first segment of this article series, you learned why it’s critical for electrical distributors to put time and...

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With the help of technology, modern breeding, nutrient management, feed conversion and improved animal husbandry practices, chicken producers in the...

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Over the last couple of years, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (best known as “ICE”) has conducted a number of high-profile...

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The National Poultry and Food Distributors Association’s Board of Directors is honored to award Kristin McWhorter, CAE, NPFDA’s...

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A lack of available veterinarians is a continuing problem for the turkey industry, the vice chairman of the National Turkey Federation (NTF) told...

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Tyson facility in Seguin, Texas, wins in the pretreatment category while Pilgrim's facility in Sanford, North Carolina, wins full treatment...

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Wayne Farms, one of the country’s largest poultry companies, is changing quickly to meet what it anticipates will be the demands of the...

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The poultry industry and the Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have agreed to an alliance to share...

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June broiler production is estimated at 3.5 million dozen, a 0.6% increase year over year or a 5.5% increase when adjusted for slaughter days. This...

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