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  • Poultry watering with ENDURAMAXX

    With water making up 80% of blood and being vital for the regulation of body temperature and organ function, including the absorption of nutrients, digestion and waste removal, it is obvious that good quality water is a premium requirement for proper livestock husbandry. When designing a poultry watering system knowledge of daily watering requirements and the governing factors which influence ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • In Poultry Sustainability Is a Continuous Improvement, Not an Endpoint

    “Sustainability is a continuous improvement, not an endpoint,” said Dr. Marty Matlock, executive director, Office for Sustainability, University of Arkansas, during his presentation on Science Based Metrics for Sustainable Outcomes in Poultry and Egg Production at USPOULTRY’s 2014 Environmental Management Seminar in Destin, Fla. The annual conference is sponsored by U.S. Poultry ...

  • New Process Converts Poultry Litter into Bio-oil

    BLACKSBURG, Virginia, August 29, 2007 (ENS) - Each year in the United States the poultry industry produces more than 5.6 million tons of litter - a mixture of bedding, manure, feathers, and spilled feed. Now, a team of researchers in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginia Tech is developing transportable pyrolysis units that will convert poultry litter into bio-oil that can be ...

  • Poultry Protein & Fat Seminar to Focus on Maintenance and Safety Best Practices in Rendering

    Rendered poultry products serve many valuable purposes and continue to play an increasingly important role in today’s poultry industry. This year’s Poultry Protein & Fat Seminar will provide technical tools, management best practices and practical case studies in all phases of the rendering process. Sponsored by U.S. Poultry & Egg Association and the Poultry Protein & Fat ...

  • Beef pollutes more than pork, poultry, study says

    Raising beef for the American dinner table does far more damage to the environment than producing pork, poultry, eggs or dairy, a new study says. Compared with the other animal proteins, beef produces five times more heat-trapping gases per calorie, puts out six times as much water-polluting nitrogen, takes 11 times more water for irrigation and uses 28 times the land, according to the study ...


    By Associated Press

  • EPA Approval of IoMax for feedwater expands Biolargo`s robust solutions for poultry industry

    BioLargo, through its commercial partner Clarion Water, obtained EPA registration for the use of aqueous iodine in poultry applications. This registration for poultry marks a key milestone in the commercialization of a full suite of biosecurity solutions aimed at mitigating the risk of avian flu and other common pathogens such as E. ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

  • Mapping livestock water requirements to inform EU water policy

    Ecosystems provide a range of valuable services relevant to water. Lakes and rivers contribute to water supply, whilst forests and wetlands help protect against flooding and can also remove pollutants such as heavy metals ...

  • March update from World Water Works, Inc.

    P & G Selects World Water Works On February 1, 2008 Procter & Gamble (Mehoopany, PA) awarded World Water Works, Inc. a contract to supply two (2) www/Resource RSP-13L Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) Systems rated at 4,700 GPM each.  These units themselves will be constructed of polypropylene using World Water Works, Inc. proprietary welding technology.  The Resource systems also ...


    By World Water Works, Inc.

  • Manure Event to Show New Ways to Boost Both Crops and Water Quality

    Manure has two shades of green, so to speak. The green of greater farm crop yields. And the green of a cleaner environment. Organizers of the Aug. 14 Manure Science Review say farmers can see both at the same time and that the event will show how to do it. “Manure is an excellent product for improving soil ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Select groundcover management systems found viable for organically managed apple orchard

    Determining and implementing orchard management practices that can improve soil organic matter is one of the primary goals of the USDA's National Organic Program. For producers in the southeastern United States, where interest in small-scale and organically managed orchards is growing, the challenge can be finding combinations of groundcover management systems and organic nutrient sources that ...

  • County Edge Dairy Inc. to Pay $20,000 Penalty for Clean Water Act Violations at its Inwood, Iowa, Facility

    County Edge Dairy Inc. has agreed to pay a $20,000 civil penalty to settle alleged violations of the Clean Water Act at its Inwood, Iowa, facility, the Environmental Protection Agency announced today. County Edge Dairy qualifies as a large Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) under Clean Water Act regulations. However, at the time of EPA’s inspection in July 2012, County Edge Dairy ...

  • Manure Science Review Slated Aug. 12: How to Maximize Crop Benefits, Minimize Water Risks

    Manure Science Review this year will have a clear focus on water. The annual learning event will present more than a dozen sessions on getting the most from the nutrients in manure while limiting the chance of them reaching lakes and streams. It’s for farmers and others in the industry. “Manure is an excellent soil amendment and provides nutrients for crop growth,” said  ...


    By Ohio State University

  • National Safety Conference to Discuss Industry Safety Trends and Best Practices

    Through speaker presentations and a series of more informal roundtable discussions, the 2014 National Safety Conference for the Poultry Industry will address current safety challenges facing industry safety professionals today. Recognizing an ongoing opportunity, special emphasis will be given to ergonomics and reducing cumulative trauma disorders.  The Conference is sponsored by the Georgia ...

  • BioLargo’s commercialization partner receives EPA approval

    BioLargo, Inc. (OTCQB: BLGO) announced today that its licensee, Clarion Water, had received approval from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its aqueous iodine product, ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

  • USPOULTRY’s Live Production and Welfare Seminar Highlighted Animal Welfare Practices and New Equipment Technology

    “Whenever birds are handled for any reason, including vaccinations, treatments and movement to new facilities or to processing, handling should be accomplished in such a manner as to avoid injuries. Abuse of the animals is not tolerated under any circumstances,” stressed Dr. Sam Christenberry, poultry technical services manager, Phibro Animal Health, while addressing attendees at ...

  • Colsen at IFAT

    During the IFAT in München from May 30th to June 3rd Colsen welcomed numerous customers and visitors at our booth. The full Colsen technology portfolio was on display. With our profession in innovative waste water & manure treatment, digestion of organic wastes, biogas production and related environmental technologies Colsen was happy to present its latest and leading developments to an ...


    By Colsen International b.v.

  • Company scrambled by egg-traordinary fine

    One of the largest egg producers in the UK has been ordered to pay £65,000, as well as costs of £9,500, for operating five sites across England without the required environmental permits. Lincolnshire company, L J Fairburn, ran the sites between 1 February 2007 to 17 February 2012 without authorisation. Skegness Magistrates’ Court heard that at one time, Back Lane Poultry ...

  • Industrial Aquaculture

    Aquaculture is the fastest growing sector within food production and with its 60 million tonne annual production is now nearly supplying half of all seafood consumed worldwide. FAO has estimated that aquaculture production will contribute with another 40 million tonne by 2030 to cover the world's protein needs. It is acknowledged that recirculation technology will play an important role in the ...


    By CREATECH Aqua ApS

  • Bird flu takes biggest toll yet as virus hits chicken farms

    Poultry producers and scientists have been hoping warmer weather would knock down a virulent strain of bird flu that has hammered the Midwest, but the virus recently took its biggest toll yet, hitting a farm in Iowa that held nearly 10 percent of the state's egg-laying chickens. Here are some questions and answers about the outbreak: WHAT'S THE LATEST? The U.S. Department of ...


    By Associated Press

  • Tracking phosphorus runoff from livestock manure

    Nutrient runoff from livestock manure is a common source of agricultural pollution. Looking for an uncommon solution, a team of scientists has developed an application of rare earth elements to control and track runoff phosphorus from soils receiving livestock manure. In addition to reducing the solubility of phosphorus, this method shows particular promise for researchers interested in tracking ...

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