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Tips on How to Shop and Cook Safely While Social Distancing

Across the nation, social distancing and stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19 mean a lot more Americans are cooking from home. While you’re dusting off those cookbooks, planning trips to the grocery store, and cooking your favorite chicken recipes, be mindful of the following safety tips.

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National Ag Day: During Difficult Times and Everyday – American Agriculture Does Not Stop

On National Ag Day, we celebrate American agriculture and everyone who makes it possible. This year, we have an even greater reason to be thankful for our agricultural community. While we are all affected by the global spread of COVID-19, our nation’s farmers, veterinarians and agriculturalists are committed to keeping our shelves stocked with nutritious food.

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During National Nutrition Month & Beyond – Chicken Hits the Spot!

National Nutrition Month is the perfect time to talk about the many wonderful benefits of choosing chicken! Chicken is a nutritious option for eaters of all ages. In fact, it provides all 9 essential amino acids and delivers vital, under-consumed nutrients.

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Get to Know Ryan and Rachel, Chicken Farmers on Maryland’s Eastern Shore

Rachel and Ryan own and operate a family poultry farm on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. They have two sons, two dogs, and two crazy cats and they raise 570,000 broiler chickens annually.

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How Chicken Powers Your Body

Chicken is an excellent low-calorie & low-fat source protein that provides important nutrients throughout our lives.  Here’s how chicken powers your body…

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Why Choose Chicken?

Whether it's for health, value, taste, sustainability, versatility or family appeal - chicken does it all.

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Get to Know a Chicken Farmer on National Farmer’s Day

Lauren is a chicken farmer - and she is passionate about helping others learn about life on the farm. On National Farmer’s Day, get to know Lauren!

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Chicken Production in the U.S. is More Sustainable Than Ever Before

Did you know chicken production has a smaller environmental footprint than almost any other animal agriculture industry? With the help of technology and improved animal husbandry practices, chicken farmers have significantly reduced the use of water, farmland, electricity, greenhouse gas emissions, and other valuable resources.

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How Chicken Farmers Reduce Waste, Emissions and Runoff

See how chicken farmers reduce runoff and emissions on their farm.

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How Chicken Farmers Reduce Energy Use

Learn how chicken farmers reduce and save energy on their farms.

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