We bring humanity and sustainability to the production
of the world’s leading protein source

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We tackle - and solve - the most persistent challenges across the broiler and egg-laying industries

We offer a platform of fully-integrated, complementary poultry solutions developed with breakthrough genome editing and breeding technologies

Preventing the
culling of day old male chicks

To solve the most critical animal welfare issue in livestock world-wide and to eliminate the need to cull
day-old male chicks

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Reducing the costly prevalence of Salmonella in the egg industry

Our state-of-the-art thermal solution sterilizes eggs in an all-in-one, continuous process

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Our sustainable solutions platform is transforming the poultry industry

We create solutions at the intersection of sustainability, animal welfare, and operational efficiency

Humane Treatment

ending the use of male chick culling

Environmental sustainability

halving the resources and waste to produce eggs and protein

Measured ESG

reducing the carbon and water footprint of egg production

Food security

contributing protein to global nutrition security

Bottom line profits

reducing egg production and sorting costs

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Latest news and innovations from Poultry by Huminn

NRS Poultry featured in i24 channel

13 January, 2022

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NRS Poultry featured in i24 channel

Israeli tech aims to block hatching of billions of male chicks fated for culling

18 July, 2021

Jessica Steinberg | The Times of Israel

Rehovot team finds ‘genetic modification’ to halt embryogenesis, stopping formation of males when they are just a cell cluster; males routinely killed because they can’t lay eggs

The latest development in the egg industry that will cease male chicks culling

18 October, 2020

Noa Fisher

The innovative solution from The Volcanic Institute and NRS Poultry is proposing to make a genetic change in chickens, which will prevent the male eggs from developing. The work is already in the final stages of development and it is possible that in about three years no more chicks will be destroyed.