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A&W commits funding to broiler research

A&W Canada has announced that it will support the University of Saskatchewan to expand a research project that will examine lighting enhancements and related health and welfare outcomes for broiler chickens.

Project to develop guidance on animal feed

A new international co-operation has been created to develop and establish guidance concerning new animal feed ingredients and new uses for existing feed ingredients.

Canadian Hatching Egg Producers update

Canadian Hatching Egg Producers’ (CHEP) first priority is to match the egg supply with chicken production.
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Collecting turkey-specific data

Ongoing research at the University of Saskatchewan is examining how light cycles can affect a bird’s natural rhythm, health and growth rate.

Dr. Karen Schwean-Lardner, assistant professor in the department of animal and poultry science at the University of Saskatchewan, recently discussed her research study at New-Life Mills’ Turkey Producers Academy.

Research results are suggesting the ideal amount of light per 24 hours for turkeys to be 14 to 17 hours. It is also noted it is ideal to establish distinct day and night times and to implement increases and decreases gradually.
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Agricultural Data Use and Transparency

June 23, 2017
Location: Guelph, Ont.
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Breakfast on the Farm

June 24, 2017
Location: Shedden, Ont.
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Children’s Progressive Safety Day

July 6, 2017
Location: Forest, Ont.
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Chicken Marketing Summit

July 16-18, 2017
Location: Asheville, North Carolina
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