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Poultry Sense launch

New Real-Time Monitoring Technology Will Provide Full Traceability for the Poultry Sector

MILTON KEYNES, U.K., July 14, 2021 - MSD Animal Health, a division of Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, N.J., USA (NYSE:MRK), has today announced the launch of the Poultry Sense solution. This real-time monitoring technology is now available…
Bird Health Performance Benefits

New Real-Time Monitoring Technology Set to Transform Poultry Industry

MILTON KEYNES, U.K., July 14, 2021 -MSD Animal Health, a division of Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, N.J., USA (NYSE:MRK), has today announced the launch of the Poultry Sense solution. This real-time monitoring technology is now available…
Broiler chicks

Top tips for tackling bird flu

Bird flu took the UK poultry industry by surprise last year, as the disease entered the country much earlier than predicted with cases occurring as early as November as opposed to mid-winter. The disease has widely affected commercial and…
Software Solutions

Poultry Sense and Lallemand Animal Nutrition collaborate

Agri-tech company Poultry Sense and specific microbial solutions company Lallemand Animal Nutrition have joined forces to improve the reliability and credibility of data gained from commercial farm trials. At a time when accurate data is…
Chickens

Attention to detail during winter is key to broiler performance

As winter fast approaches, it is vital that environmental conditions of broiler houses are optimised prior to chick arrival and right through the flock, to avoid poor performance and health problems. Barry Thorp, veterinary adviser at Poultry…

CO2 levels are vital to bird health

Maintaining optimum carbon dioxide (CO2) levels within poultry sheds is vital to bird health and performance, especially in young broiler chickens. Therefore, having the capability to monitor and identify inconsistencies throughout poultry…
Poultry Sense Sensor

Humidity key to bird performance

Relative humidity can significantly impact broiler performance, especially at the early brooding stage of the production cycle. Consequently, having the capability to monitor and identify inconsistencies throughout sheds, will allow producers…
Remote monitoring poultry

Data analysis benefits poultry farmers

In its basic form, data analysis is the process of observing, refining and modelling data with the intention of discovering useful information to help inform conclusions and support decision-making, and this is exactly what is possible within…
Poultry-Sense Analytics

Top tips on understanding farm data

Data collection is an important part of poultry production. But, without detailed, informed analysis and interpretation, producers are at risk of not using the information provided to its full potential to inform business decisions that help…
Weigh platform for chickens

Utilise data to drive bird performance

Where next for the poultry industry? The sector has made significant steps forward over the last few decades in response to margins continually getting squeezed and consumer expectation increasing. But, it’s time to make further advancements. As…