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Disease Watch: ILT – Halton, Ont.

Unregistered small, non-commercial chicken flock tests positive for disease.

Hens lay eggs with green yolks

Scientists launch study at small Indian egg farm

Midwest Poultry Federation moves forward with virtual event

August digital trade show and convention replaced in person event.
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Barn Spotlight

Barn Spotlight: Law’s Horizon Egg Farm

Prior to 2015, the Laws housed hens in different conventional barns. Those systems were close to 30 years old. Thus, they decided to modernize their layer operation. They still had the option of building a new conventional barn at the time. However, they went with enriched. » Here’s a look inside....
From the Editor

From the Editor: Providing stability in times of crisis

Thus far over the course of the pandemic, supply management has shone as a source of stability. One needs only to look at what’s happening stateside to appreciate the value of the system. » Read more...