ESTABLISHED IN 2019 | PRODUCER LED | RESULTS DRIVEN
CULTIVATING INNOVATION TO STRENGTHEN
The Center is committed to investing state appropriated funds into research that meets industry need, as identified by producer feedback and leadership insight.
Read more about projects currently in process and the findings of those that have been fully executed.
As the Center issues official REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS,
details will be posted regarding guidelines and policies, priority
areas, deadlines and other pertinent information.
Check back frequently for currently available opportunities to request funding support
of your project.
Learn about successfully completed projects funded fully or in-part by the Center, including details about industry impact and more.
Plus, find the latest news featuring developments and announcements from Pennsylvania's Center for Poultry and Livestock Excellence.
ABOUT THE CENTER
Pennsylvania's Center for Poultry and Livestock Excellence was established in 2019
by the Pennsylvania General Assembly and the Wolf Administration as a part of the historic Pennsylvania Farm Bill. Producer led via a self-governed Board of Directors, in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, the Center is designed to serve as a catalyst for innovation and the continued strength of the growing poultry, swine and small ruminant
industries across the state. Current priorities include:
Biosecurity | Animal Agriculture Infrastructure | Research | Food Safety | Quality Assurance
Libby Brownawell, Executive Director
Christine Tartaglione, Administrative Support
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8AM to 4PM
2215 Forest Hills Drive, Suite 39 | Harrisburg, PA 17112
PHONE: 717.651.5920 | EMAIL: email@example.com