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Aid package to agriculture aims $252 million at multiple pressures

Feds to buy up surplus chicken, mushrooms and potatoes.

Canadian dairy, poultry and egg sectors rally to support restaurants

Canada Takeout Day encourages Canadians to support restaurants however they can.

Millions of farm animals culled as US food supply chain chokes up

US government vets ready to assist with depopulation.
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Mark Beaven

5 questions with Mark Beaven of Ogena Solutions

Mark Beaven has 25 years of experience as a biosecurity expert in the poultry industry. Over that time, he’s worked in regulatory enforcement, led a national animal health organization and brought innovative solutions to market. Faced with a pandemic, we tapped his expertise for tips. » Read more...
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New livestock transport regulations

New Canadian regulations for transporting livestock and poultry came into effect in February of this year. According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), the overhaul was needed to better align Canada with international standards, consumer expectations and changing technology. Here’s what poultry producers need to know. » Read more...