Optimization & prevention for animal safety

One of the key aspects of every farmer’s job is to ensure that their animals and crops are happy and healthy. To do this, they must put preventative measures in place to optimize performance and quality down the road.

The website All About Feed recently released its list of ways to optimize performance in animals, […]

Cracking the code to safe eggs

Whether you celebrate the Easter holiday or simply partake in eating some of the delicacies of the season, we hope you practice food safety (as always). This includes eggs: hard boiled, scrambled, over-easy … no matter which way you crack it, there are some things to keep in mind.

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Final portion of Egg Safety Rule in effect

A set of regulations that aim to curb Salmonella enteriditis infections went into full effect yesterday.

This last set of regulations, which stem from the 2009 Egg Safety Rule, requires shell egg producers to implement measures to prevent Salmonella enteriditis contamination during the production process, storage and transport.

The rules have been phased in throughout […]

Circle up everybody, it’s almost Pi Day!

It’s that time of year again. Ladies and gentlemen, Pi Day is upon us.

Pi (∏) Day is celebrated March 14 (get it? 3/14 in honor of Pi’s first three digits: 3.14). The infinitely long number is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter and is used ubiquitously in math. Without it, humanity […]