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Hog, poultry groups welcome proposed animal health legislation

Proposed legislation aims to mitigate animal health risks from trespassers.

Coronavirus wreaks havoc on international poultry trade

For some countries, ongoing battle has paralyzed supply chain.

Subway must pay CBC $500,000 for failed defamation lawsuit over chicken

Company sued over report focused on amount of chicken in its sandwiches.
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Feature articles 

Research: Cracking the consumer health puzzle

The body of research on the health impacts of egg consumption continues to grow. In short, the evidence points to overwhelming benefits. Here, we look at the latest findings, controversies and promising new research avenues. » Read more...
From the Editor

From the Editor: Cut red tape to unleash innovation

A poultry producer’s costly legal battle with federal regulators and eventual victory underscores an issue – Canadian farmers are burdened by red tape. One group wants to free producers from paper burden and over-regulation in order to unless competitiveness and innovation. » Read more...

B.C. Poultry Conference

Mar. 4-6
Vancouver, B.C.
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