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Ontario invests $713M in OMAFRA-U of G agreement

The provincial government will invest up to $713 million toward an agreement between the University of Guelph and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs to further discovery and innovation and position Canada as a world leader in agri-food.

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CVO launches new public advisory panel

In a new initiative, the College of Veterinarians of Ontario is currently seeking applications from members of the non-veterinary public to fill 10 positions on a public advisory panel.
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Midwest Poultry Federation Convention

2018 MPF Convention – On the Move to Minneapolis!

The Midwest Poultry Federation Convention is the largest regional poultry show in the U.S. with more than 300 exhibitors, 3,300 attendees, and an unparalleled education program for the turkey, layer, broiler, and organic/specialty poultry industries.

Check out our new location in Minneapolis, our brand-new schedule with plenty of time to visit our exhibit hall, the MPF Student Careers program offering interview opportunities for companies, and an exciting entertainment event featuring major country recording artist Sawyer Brown!
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Managing footpad dermatitis and litter conditions

Footpad dermatitis (FPD) in broiler chickens is characterized by ulcerated lesions on the underside of the foot and is associated with poor litter conditions – typically characterized by high moisture and ammonia levels. Broiler FPD presents itself within the first two weeks of age and increases in severity as bird body weight and footpad contact with litter increases. » Read more
Who’s Who 2018

Make your Who’s Who 2018 nomination now!

Canadian Poultry Magazine’s Who’s Who issue is released every July with the goal of shining a light on stand-out members of the Canadian poultry industry. The theme for the 2018 Who’s Who issue is up-and-comers and we want your help in finding the best candidates. Nominate rising stars today to potentially have them recognized in our Who's Who issue this summer! » Nominate now