Leaders honored at UEP Meetings

October 20, 2022

UEP recognized two individuals who have made a lasting impact on the U.S. egg farming community. Dr. Joy Mench, formerly of the University of California, Davis, received the President’s Award, and Stephen Herbruck of Herbruck’s …

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IPWA seeking comments on key welfare indicators

October 5, 2022

The International Poultry Welfare Alliance (IPWA) Key Welfare Indicators (KWI) Reference Guide is open for public comment until October 14. Click here to view the guide and submit comments. UEP’s VP of Animal Welfare, Dr. …

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DC consultants provide deep, diverse experience

June 13, 2022

Egg farmers, and affiliated vendors and organizations, are represented nationally by professionals from three top-flight firms with deep expertise in animal agriculture and food safety. This team works seamlessly together and has combined experience of …

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UEP advises EPA delay WOTUS rulemaking pending SCOTUS decision

February 17, 2022

UEP called on US EPA to delay further action on its proposed Waters of the US (WOTUS) rulemaking in comments submitted with other agricultural and industry organizations. The proposed rule formally withdraws the Trump-era Navigable …

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Fire Prevention and Mitigation on Farm in the Egg Industry

February 3, 2022

Barn fires are horrific events, threatening both human and hen life and causing significant financial damage. Though the incidence of layer barn fires does not appear to be higher than those in other animal agriculture …

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