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The U.S. Poultry & Egg Association is the world's largest and most active poultry organization. Membership includes producers and processors of broilers, turkeys, ducks, eggs, and breeding stock, as well as allied companies. Formed in 1947, the association has affiliations in 26 states and member companies worldwide. For specific program information, use the links below.
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$3.1 million is currently invested
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USPOULTRY keeps poultry leaders abreast of the latest federal regulations and provides technical expertise to help maintain and grow a healthy food supply.
Food safety is a high priority for USPOULTRY. The association develops and supports programs that help ensure that safety and quality of U.S. poultry meat and egg products.
U.S. Poultry & Egg Association keeps poultry leaders informed. Review USPOULTRY's stance on issues pertaining to the poultry industry as well as position papers adopted by other poultry related organizations.
USPOULTRY Releases New Video Series Highlighting Poultry and Egg Farm Environmental Stewardship
U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) is releasing a new video series highlighting environmental stewardship on poultry and egg farms. The first video in the series features one of USPOULTRY's 2014 Family Farm Environmental Excellence Award winners, Bar G Ranch Poultry, in Rogers, Texas.
Bar G Ranch Poultry, owned and operated by Darrell and Shannon Glaser, consists of 500 acres in which turkeys are raised on behalf of Cargill Turkey Production, LLC. The farm also raises cattle and produces forage. Recognizing the potential environmental benefits of litter as an organic fertilizer, Darrell and Shannon added four turkey brooder houses from 1994 to 1996 with the expectation that it would help them save a struggling farm that had been in the family for over 100 years. As hoped, the litter produced by the turkey operation, coupled with responsible management of nutrients in the litter, has restored productivity to the pasture and forage land to a level that now supports a beef cattle operation as well.
USPOULTRY Releases Video on Current and Future Antibiotic Use in the Poultry Industry
Antibiotic use in poultry production has been very beneficial in enhancing bird health. To help provide insight into the current and future use of antibiotics in poultry, U.S. Poultry & Egg Association (USPOULTRY) is releasing a new video. The video features two noted experts, Dr. Randy Singer, professor of Epidemiology, Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Medicine, University of Minnesota, and Dr. Charles Hofacre, professor, Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center, Department of Population Health, University of Georgia.
Dr. Singer and Dr. Hofacre provide information on why antibiotics are given to poultry, how antibiotics are provided, how the decision is made to treat with antibiotics, how antibiotic use in poultry affects antibiotic resistance in foodborne pathogens, how flocks raised without antibiotics are treated if they get sick, the difference between medically and non-medically important antibiotics, and the future changes for antibiotic usage in poultry production.