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August 9, 2019

Cyberbullying by vegan activists a source of stress for farmers: psychologists

Some messages even cause producers to fear for their safety.

Swapping red meat for poultry associated with reduced breast cancer risk: study

Women who consumed more poultry had reduced risk of developing invasive disease.

New livestock transportation research project launched

Transport Genie, Canadian Animal Health Coalition collaborating on initiative.
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Feature articles 
Harley Siemens

Opening Day: Siemens Farms

The Siemens had been housing their flock in a barn built in 1983. It had three rows of conventional cages and one row of enriched housing. While they’d updated the facility with modern technology, the barn was still getting old. After hours of research and deliberations, the Manitoba-based producers decided to transition to an aviary free-run system. Here’s a look at the recently completed project. » Read more
Scott Gillingham

Who's Who - Ontario - Scott Gillingham

It’s hard to know where to begin to describe a man like Scott Gillingham. His co-worker at Aviagen for 18 years, Frank Dougherty, puts it best. “If I named all the qualities Scott brings to the table I would have writers’ cramp.” Indeed, ‘Doc Scott’ has become the go-to poultry resource. » Read more