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USA Poultry Farming Experience Program


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United States of America: Poultry Farming Experience Program

Embarking on a hands-on training journey within the mechanically operated poultry farms of the United States offers a unique opportunity to delve into the intricacies of large-scale poultry farming, setting a solid foundation for technical prowess, adept management skills, and proficient handling of expansive poultry operations.

Highlights of Poultry Farming in the USA:

  1. Commitment to Quality and Safety: U.S. poultry and egg farmers prioritize the delivery of safe and nutritious food, while concurrently upholding the highest standards of care for their hens, ensuring consumer confidence and satisfaction.
  2. Economic Contribution: The U.S. poultry industry makes a substantial economic impact, generating a total economic value of €405 billion ($470 billion), along with significant tax contributions amounting to approximately €28.37 billion ($32.9 billion), thus serving as a vital pillar of the national economy.
  3. Increased Consumption: Over the past five years, the U.S. egg industry has witnessed a notable surge in per capita egg consumption, underscoring the industry’s ability to adapt to evolving consumer preferences and dietary trends, with the total value of egg production reaching $8.87 billion in 2022.
  4. Sustainability Initiatives: Embracing sustainability in poultry and egg production entails a multifaceted approach encompassing bird health, welfare, cost reduction, productivity maximization, and responsiveness to societal concerns, reflecting a holistic commitment towards long-term environmental and social stewardship.

By immersing oneself in the dynamic realm of U.S. poultry farming, students gain invaluable insights and practical experience, equipping them with a competitive edge in the global arena, as they emerge as proficient leaders capable of navigating the complexities of modern poultry agriculture with finesse and foresight.

Duration of Internship
Preparatory Period for Internship
Frequency of Placements
Type of Internship
12 Months
6 to 9 months
Year-round placements
Earn and Learn (Stipend Based) on Farm Experience Internship Program

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