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Commercial Poultry News Broiler-house Management is Key to Preventing Winter Respiratory Disease Very Cold Weather Ventilation Tips People You Should Know: Shawna L. Weimer, Holly Porter, Maureen Duffy Mountaire Grower Honored with State Environmental Award...More info
In this issue: Seasonable Technology for Managing Poultry House Emissions First Farmers' Field Day at LESREC - A Success! UME Reps See Better Biosecurity Awareness Russia Confirms 13 More Avian Influenza Outbreaks Reviewing the Rules...More info
USDA Confirms Highly Pathogenic H7 Avian Influenza in a Commerical Flock in Tennessee Poultry Operators Urged to Review Biosecurity Plans Summer is Coming - Prepare Broiler Houses Now Operation to Offer Solution for Utilizing Region's...More info
By: Paul Goeringer, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Ag Law Education Initiative, Dr. Jon Moyle, University of Maryland Extension, and Ashley Newhall, Department of Agricultural...

Taking Biosecurity Measures to Limit Your Legal Liability for the Spread of Avian Influenza

The possibility of an avian influenza (AI) outbreak on the Delmarva is a scary possibility. The recent AI outbreak in the Midwest has resulted in the infection of over 48 million birds on 223 farms. Infected birds are euthanized to help contain the disease, resulting in large economic loss to both...
State Ag Dept. Prohibits Poultry Ehibits at Fairs and Shows in Maryland Understanding Lighting in Broiler Houses Impact of Lighting Types on Broiler Performance Agriculture Law Education Initiative Publications Avian Influenza - How Will It...More info
Avian Influenza - Protecting Your Flock's Health, Avian Influenza Preparations Continue on Delmarva, Energy Savings' Financial Help Available for Delaware Chicken Growers, On-Farm Poultry Freezer Technology Now Available on Delmarva, MDE Requirements for ExpandingMore info

Poultry Grower's Disease Control Workshop: Keeping Disease Off of the Poultry Farm September 30, 2015

Wednesday, Sep. 30, 2015 (All day)
Three different locations throughout the day - see below
Please note: this program was offered in Princess Anne, MD, Georgetown, DE and Harrington, DE on June 11, 2015. You may only receive nutrient management credits for attending this program ONCE. • 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon : E l k s L o d g e # 1 6 2 4 , 1944 Worcester Hwy., Pocomoke City, MD • 2:00 p...
This edition of the newsletter includes information on avian influenza, precision ag equipment day and soil buffering capacity. Other workshops and fair dates for the Lower Eastern Shore can also be found in this edition.More info
College Park, Md. – As the current outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) continues to sweep across states from the Pacific Northwest to the Midwest regions of the country, the Maryland...


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