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Who's Who 2018

Federal government launches Ag Clean Tech program

A $25M, three-year investment will help the agricultural sector reduce greenhouse gas emissions through the development and adoption of clean technologies.

Alberta Farm Animal Care celebrates 25 years

AFAC marks its 25th anniversary in 2018 as an organization representing producers and others in the farm animal care community. AFAC works with this community to promote responsible farm animal care through various education, extension, research and communication activities.

Certified Humane now in Argentina and Australia

Ovobrand Eggs in Argentina, and Cape Grim Beef in Australia, are among the newest producers and farmers to join the Certified Humane program.
Feature articles 
Better feed efficiency

Better feed efficiency lowers greenhouse gas emissions in turkeys

The environmental impacts of livestock and poultry production are a challenge for agriculture. Ammonia, along with greenhouse gases like nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide and methane, are key areas of concern. A heightened focus on greenhouse gases and their impact on climate change have led Ontario’s turkey producers to take a closer look at emissions from their flocks. They’re interested in seeing whether they could be impacted by feed efficiency or production traits. » 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