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An animal welfare rule aimed at organic egg production is on the chopping block
The Trump administration has proposed doing away with a rule that mandated that organic egg laying chickens spend time outdoors.
Wendy’s to shell out $30 million for smaller, tastier chickens
As Wendy’s releases its earnings, we take a look at the fast food chain’s hunt for a tastier chicken. The company is prepared to spend $30 million on smaller chickens in hopes they’ll provide more tender, less rubbery meat. Turns out, quality is an important consideration for legacy fast food companies, as they try to […]
Critics cluck over a benchmark for chicken prices
A common price index for chicken meat is raising questions.
Quartz and Marketplace look at caviar, rodents and poultry.
Poultry industry seeks ways to prevent more bird flu
Farmers and officials prepare for a 'worst-case scenario' during fall migration.
Bird flu may take fresh turkeys off the menu
Come Thanksgiving, consumers could be flocking to frozen poultry.
Pfizer to spin off animal pharmaceuticals
Demand for animal drugs is rising amongst pet owners and livestock and poultry farmers.