The All Feather Association progressively serving its poultry and egg members through research, education, communications and technical services.

USPOULTRY supports the poultry and egg industries through research related to all aspects of the poultry and egg industry, education via our seminars and conferences, and on a technical level, specifically focusing on food safety, environmental aspects, worker health, safety and human resources. Our members include producers and processors of broilers, turkeys, ducks, eggs and breeding stock, as well as allied companies.

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Poultry Industry Economic Impact in the United States

Jobs: 2,139,617
Wages: 121.1B
Taxes: 41.9B
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Training Programs

USPOULTRY leads the development of industry related training programs. Note: While some resources are available to the general public, the majority of our training programs are available to USPOULTRY members only.

USPOULTRY Values

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Service To Customers

Excellence In All We Do

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The 2022 IPPE brought more than 1,100 exhibitors showcasing the latest technology and innovations from around the world to Atlanta, Ga.

The 2023 IPPE will be held Jan. 24-26, 2023 in Atlanta, Ga.

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Industry Calendar

Stay "In the Know" with a continuously updated calendar of events relevant to the poultry and egg industries.

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Latest Member News

House of Raeford Farms, Inc.
September 27, 2022
- For the past year, House of Raeford Farms FLOCK has been honoring individuals in the Duplin County, N.C. area through their FLOCK Cares outreach program. These citizens include those who have gone beyond themselves to affect the lives of others. From...
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Monthly Spotlight

How Does USPOULTRY's Research Program Help Its Members?

The USPOULTRY industry research grants program encompasses all segments of broiler, turkey and commercial egg operations. More than $34 million has been invested in the Association's research program, and one of USPOULTRY's key strategic objectives is to increase the availability and constant improvement of the quality and safety of poultry products through comprehensive research. To find out more about USPOULTRY's Research Program, watch the video!

Latest USPOULTRY News

Researchers Assess Automated Tracking of Laying Hens in Cage-Free Aviary Environments

USPOULTRY and the USPOULTRY Foundation announce the completion of a funded research project at the University of Georgia in which researchers assessed automated tracking of laying hens in cage-free aviary environments. The research was made possible in part by proceeds...

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USPOULTRY Sponsors New Cyber Security and Risk Management Summit

Having a secure data system is a crucial component of a poultry company’s operations. USPOULTRY is sponsoring a new Cyber Security and Risk Management Summit that will provide a broad overview of cyber security, including how computers and networks are attacked, how the...

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USPOULTRY Accepting Board Research Initiative Pre-Proposals on Reduced Hatchability in Broiler Breeders

USPOULTRY and the USPOULTRY Foundation are accepting research pre-proposals from colleges, universities and research facilities through Nov. 1, addressing reduced hatchability in broiler breeders. Over the last several decades, the use of genetic selection by poultr...

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2023 IPPE Attendee Registration and Housing Opens Oct. 3

Attendee registration and general housing for the 2023 International Production & Processing Expo (IPPE) opens Monday, Oct. 3. With more than 515,000 square feet of exhibit space and 1,015-plus exhibitors, the IPPE trade show floor continues to grow with four months r...

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USPOULTRY Accepting Board Research Initiative Pre-Proposals on Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza

USPOULTRY and the USPOULTRY Foundation are accepting research pre-proposals from colleges, universities and research facilities through Nov. 1 on highly pathogenic avian influenza.

The first 2021/2022 detection of Eurasian strain (EA) highly pathogenic avian i...

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