Insights and Publications
Starting with American poultry, Ancera has claimed a unique vantage point on risk and productivity in the food production supply chain. Updated twice a month, we offer novel
insights, analysis, and the evidence from Ancera and our aggregation of the world's
repertoire of untapped data.
The poultry industry stands on the precipice of transformation. Skyrocketing production costs and heightened public vigilance, fueled by documentaries like Netflix's "Poisoned", underscore the urgency for new approaches. Amidst these challenges, companies grapple with transitioning from legacy systems to meet new regulatory standards.
In the final part of Ancera Behind the Scenes, I explore Ancera’s data science algorithms and the process that decodes the droppings to reveal insights into the millions of birds monitored each week. To learn more, I interview Charles Copley, Head of Data Science at Ancera.
How does Ancera turn chicken feces into analytical gold? Today I go to Ancera’s Laboratories in Branford, Connecticut where Matt Zwilling leads the company’s on-premise Engineering and Operations, as well as outsourced partnerships.
Press Release: Innovator of Supply Chain Intelligence Achieves New Milestone for Solutions that Generate the Largest Decision-Focused Datasets in Poultry Industry
How does Ancera turn chicken feces into valuable analytics? In this series, I shadow and interview the team members responsible for each step in turning samples into actionable information. Today I go to Northeast Georgia where Nick Hodgson leads Ancera’s Live Poultry Strategy.
For the food production customers we serve, net-new visibility means delivering products that reveal insights they could not have unearthed previously. We shine a spotlight on what they can do to reduce risk and generate new profits throughout their supply chains.
Veterinarians have one of the most specialized skills in a poultry enterprise. And yet, they spend nearly 90% of their time traveling between production sites and generating the data they need to make decisions. It’s time to let technology reduce both wasteful activities.