Two turkey farmers explain how they raise their Thanksgiving birds for retail and wholesale.
NYCLASS wants New York’s live poultry markets to be suspended after an avian influenza detection at a Queens business, but the state says businesses followed state guidance and the incident remains isolated.
The 2022 outbreak is deadlier and more widespread than the previous disaster in 2015, but infections have not been spread equally across the country.
A market in Queens tested positive and has been depopulated. New York's live bird markets once had long-running problems with avian influenza but have made strides against the disease in the past 20 years.
Goffle Road Poultry in Wyckoff, New Jersey, will expand meat processing capacity with $4.2 million from the American Rescue Plan.
The Narragansett and Bourbon Red turkeys at Field House Farm are a treat for those looking for a different style Thanksgiving dinner.
USDA has confirmed avian influenza at three turkey farms in Lehigh County, PA.
The Court of Appeals heard the Assateague Coastal Trust’s argument that the state should be required to regulate airborne ammonia gas as a mandatory part of water pollution permitting for chicken houses.
Like many food staples, turkey prices are expected to be higher this year due to inflation. But the bigger story may be the potential for spot shortages due to highly pathogenic avian influenza affecting turkey farms all throughout the U.S.
November has barely begun, but USDA has already confirmed three avian outbreaks in the Mid-Atlantic.