Poultr y Poultr y VOLUME 11, NUMBER 1 Covering the Integrated Poultry Industry
18Further processing: Cooking with the data
For pro;table cooking operations, let data drive the
process and make sure goals are aligned from the
production ;oor to the boardroom.
BY MARK EYSTAD
Breeder flock management:
Can less feeder space
Attaining uniform feed intake by broiler breeders
will result in larger broilers and lower costs in the
BY TERRENCE O’KEEFE
Perdue Farms’ icy test
Generators kept this Kentucky complex functioning.
Is your operation ready for the ice, snow and wind
that may come your way this winter?
Democratic margins in Congress could be whittled
down in midterm elections as political independents
BY GEORGE WATTS
Outlook for 2010:
Gauging poultry’s recovery
Industry executives and economists foresee modest pro;tability in 2010
potentially threatened by higher feed costs. BY GARY THORNTON
Cover illustration: ©Loopal I Dreamstime.com
12 Poultry Confidence Index
General economy key to rebound
Eighty-two percent of PCI respondents said new hiring will wait
until business improves.
BY GREG RENNIER
30 Product Review
35 People On The Move
38 Ad Index
38 Market Place
40 Editor’s Comment