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Who's Who 2018

Government works with industry to reduce Salmonella risk

New measures call for processors to identify salmonella as a hazard and to implement changes in order to produce an end product that reduces salmonella to below a detectable amount.

Cost-share funding assistance program now accepting applications

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a five-year federal-provincial-territorial initiative that assists government, industry and other partners to work together to advance Ontario’s agri-food, agri-products and sectors.

Disease watch: Infectious Laryngotracheitis

The Feather Board Command Centre is issuing an ILT Biosecurity Advisory to all poultry industry service providers operating in the northwestern part of the Niagara Region.
Feature articles 
Five Freedoms

Rethinking the Five Freedoms animal welfare model

Is it time for a new model? David Mellor thinks so. Mellor is a professor of applied physiology and bioethics at Massey University in New Zealand. As a guest lecturer at the University of Guelph, Mellor acknowledged that good husbandry is usually sufficient to maintain neutral welfare, but asks, is the minimalist aim of mere survival efficient, one that only seeks to minimize negative affective states? The Five Freedoms allow an animal to survive, but do they allow it to thrive? » 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