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July 26, 2019

Supplementing broiler diet with zinc hydroxychloride improves bone development, breast meat nutrient values

Trouw Nutrition, University of New England present research findings at Montreal PSA conference.

Hy-Line opens new research farm

State-of-the-art facility is located stateside in central Iowa.

B.C. researchers developing alternatives to using antibiotics in farming

Project aims to use genomic tools to develop alternatives to antibiotics using antimicrobial peptides.
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From the Editor: Success through diversifying

For this year’s Who’s Who edition, we asked readers to suggest producers and industry experts who’ve broadened their portfolios in a variety of interesting directions. The premise has led to a fascinating collection of people, each with their own unique story to tell. In this column, some of the producers we’ve profiled share their tips for diversifying your farming business. » Read more
David Coburn

Who's Who - New Brunswick - David Coburn

It is a path with bumps and twists, but at each milestone along his career, David Coburn saw the need and opportunity to invent – and pioneer change. One way he’s done this is by diversifying. Today, the sixth-generation producer’s farm includes 26,000 laying hens, a feed mill, apple orchard and more. » Read more