How Egg Markets Are Scrambled

The most recent avian influenza outbreak was one of the worst. In the U.S., 32 million egg-laying hens died while one third of Iowa’s egg layers were wiped out. Predictably, egg prices spiked. Yes, no one expected those high prices…

All You Never Knew About Turkeys

Hit by Avian flu, the turkey industry recovered by Thanksgiving because of productivity that involved big-breasted birds, poults and retailers’ inventory.

Why Eggs Aren’t Cheaper By the Dozen

Avian Flu and California’s new cage size regulations are creating shortages and higher production costs in the egg supply chain that will increase prices.