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Who's Who 2018

Reducing the financial risks of disease

Member of Parliament, Peter Fragiskatos, on behalf of Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Lawrence MacAulay, attended the National Poultry Show to announce investments of nearly $2 million to help Canadian poultry producers manage risks.

New program to recognize top consumer-facing innovations

Chicken Farmers of Ontario recently launched the Ontario Chicken Innovation and Growth Program to accelerate consumer-facing product innovation.

Supporting the growth of the turkey sector

The Government of Canada recently announced an investment of almost $240,000 to the Turkey Farmers of Canada to assist producers in meeting the highest animal welfare, biosecurity and food safety standards.
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Better feed efficiency

Emerging alternative protein trends

There is hardly a month that goes by without a new story on cultured meat or plant-based products that look, smell, cook and taste just like meat. Commercialization of both types of foods is moving forward. This progress is spurred by increasing consumer concerns about conventional livestock agriculture – issues related to animal welfare, human starvation and protein deficiencies in many regions, the massive amounts of resources used to support it and risks to human health related to meat and egg products.  » 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