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Women in Ag Conference

Cindy Egg Farmerette: Barn taking shape

Our December progress report and some notes on key differences between conventional and enriched housing.

IKEA unveils new chicken policies

Global commitments apply to animal welfare, antibiotics use and sustainability.

Meat is not the 'new tobacco,' and shouldn't be taxed

Some groups want to see animal products taxed similarly to tobacco, sugar and carbon.
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Featured News 

Introducing Ask the Vet

In the first installment of our new Ask the Vet column, Tom Inglis of Poultry Health Partners answers a question about anticoccidials. Namely, what is the difference between ionophores and non-ionphores (chemicals)? Read Tom’s answer and submit a poultry health question. » Read more...

PIC Science in the Pub

January 22
Guelph, Ont.
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Pacific Agriculture Show

January 25-27
Abbotsford, B.C
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