Whether it’s the holidays or not, there’s never been a better time to play with a new roast turkey recipe. And whether you’re a creative home cook or you prefer to have the hard work done for you, eating turkey doesn’t have to mean cooking a giant bird. Turkeys are commercially farmed
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Campylobacter is a leading cause of human gastroenteritis throughout the world. Campylobacter is zoonotic. It can move through live production unnoticed as it does not cause disease in poultry but can be detrimental to human health, especially for the immunocompromised. Get the Guide
Family gatherings and elaborate holiday meals are on the horizon and it’s beginning to look like turkey demand is going to be higher than the available supply. Labor issues and high grain prices have challenged producers all year making it more important than ever to achieve high
According to a 1984 study, Salmonella survival in feed can last as long as 98 days, potentially longer. Since then, the literature on Salmonella in feed has only grown, supporting that Salmonella can be found everywhere and may infiltrate from anywhere. There are over 2500 different
According to a USDA report, today’s turkeys are nearly 13 pounds bigger than they were in 1960. This is primarily due to genetic selection and artificial insemination, which has resulted in poults with higher growth potential. The time and money spent to produce birds that can grow