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June 28, 2019

Productivity gains outpace steep rise in agricultural energy use since 1990

Experts say moving to LED lighting has meant a huge reduction in energy costs, especially in dairy and poultry.

China asks for suspension of Canadian meat, citing forged certificates

Surprise move comes amid diplomatic dispute.

Marel Poultry highlights water sustainability efforts

Company's processing plant in Qatar equipped with cutting edge water management system.
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Chicken Farmers of Canada

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Social sustainability

Social sustainability in the chicken industry

Beyond the environmental and economic impact, Canadian chicken farmers and their business partners contribute to the well-being of the communities in which they operate. This is social sustainability: looking after people. Here’s how they’re doing it. » Read more
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Energy Supplement: Efficiency Innovator

If you’ve been paying attention to energy efficiency developments in Canada’s poultry industry, you’ll know the name Bill Revington. Indeed, he’s had a long career as an energy efficiency innovator. He sat down with Canadian Poultry to reflect on his achievements, share his best tips and predictions for the future. » Read more

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