Poultry & Eggs

Poultry production, consisting of broilers and egg-laying flocks, is located primarily in the eastern third of the state. The number of egg-laying poultry in the state averages just over three million and produces over 745 million eggs per year. More than 214 million broiler chickens were produced on Oklahoma farms in 2011, creating $710 million of value. The poultry industry has significantly boosted the agriculture economy in eastern Oklahoma.

Oklahoma poultry

Oklahoma Ranking: 3
National Ranking (2011): Broiler production - 10; Egg production - 26
2011 Value: $801 (million)


Contacts

Oklahoma Poultry Advisory Committee Chairman: Randy Allen, Mayes County
Oklahoma Farm Bureau Commodity Alternate: Tom McCain, McCurtain County
Oklahoma Animal Health Advisory Committee Chairman
: Dr. Jeff Pollack, Dewey County
Oklahoma Farm Bureau Commodity Alternate
: Dr. Bryan Renegar, Pittsburg County


Links

U.S. Poultry & Egg Association: http://www.uspoultry.org/
USA Poultry & Egg Export Council: www.usapeec.org
The Poultry Federation: www.thepoultryfederation.com
The National Chicken Council: www.eatchicken.com
OSU Department of Animal Science Poultry Resource Page: http://www.ansi.okstate.edu/outreach-extension/poultry