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June 14, 2019

Swapping beef for poultry cuts carbon footprints in half: study

Research presented at recent nutrition conference.

Disease Watch: ILT in Southeastern Manitoba

Case detected on farm in southeastern Manitoba.

Vet med grad aims to make a mark

Teryn Girard, a.k.a. the Chicken Master, intends on turning her passion for poultry into action.
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Feature articles 
Producer profile

Producer Profile: Black flies, green feed

James and Cammy Lockwood of Lockwood Farms on Vancouver Island share a deep concern about the future of the planet. This inspired the couple to become the first commercial layer farm in Canada to include black soldier fly larvae in their poultry diet. » Read more
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How to optimize energy use

To determine which other energy efficiency technologies or strategies producers should consider, Canadian Poultry checked in with leading experts. Here’s what they had to say about energy efficient tips and technologies. » Read more

PIC Health Day

June 25
Stratford, Ont.
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Ag in Motion

July 16-181
Saskatoon, Sask.
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