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May 10, 2019

Poultry has food security story to tell on World Poultry Day

Industry expected to fill gap in world protein supplies.

Fire wall credited with reducing loss in Manitoba chicken barn blaze

Structure allowed crews to save half of flock.

Montreal animal shelter grappling with growing number of abandoned chickens

Problem stems from uptick in towns and boroughs allowing urban farming.
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Feature articles 
Chick mortality

Ask a Vet: Reducing early chick mortality

Early mortality in a flock can have several causes or contributing factors. One of the most common reasons is a bacterial infection of the navel (omphalitis) or yolk sac. In this article, poultry vet Tom Inglis discusses omphalitis and other factors that can impact early mortality rates and overall chick quality. » Read more
Tina Widowski

5 Questions with poultry researcher Tina Widowski

Tina Widowski has had a long and distinguished career studying farm animal welfare. In 2018, she won the Poultry Science Association Poultry Welfare Research Award. We asked her five questions. » Read more


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