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June 21, 2019

KFC Canada partners with CFC on branding program

Restaurant to feature Raised by a Canadian Farmer seal on its products.

Omega-3 feeding program significantly improves skeletal strength in young pullets

University of Guelph research evaluated effects of feeding omega-3 fatty acids to breeder birds.

Cobb hires two new technical advisors

Poultry vets will serve Canadian, Central American markets.
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Sustainability Research

Sustainability Research: Collaborative roadmap

What will keep the Canadian egg industry healthy and sustainable into the future? Egg Farmers of Canada’s four research chairs – an ecological economist, an animal welfare scientist, a behavioural economist and a public policy researcher – recently combined efforts to start to answer exactly that question. » Read more
Heat exchangers

Update on heat exchangers

It’s been many years since heat exchangers arrived on the poultry industry scene. As with countless technologies, designs of new models are greatly improved over those of the past. Heat exchangers have become much easier to both clean and install, and in terms of efficiency, some manufacturers claim that current systems cut barn heating bills in half. Here’s a look at the latest 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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