An industry with egg on its face: How innovation can help the U.S. egg industry out of trouble

The U.S. egg industry is grappling with its worst-ever outbreak of avian flu, a viral disease that kills birds and spreads quickly in the close quarters common to commercial chicken and egg farming operations. The strain responsible for this outbreak appears to have come across the Pacific from A...

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