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AgAnnex Talks

Ontario passes bill to protect farmers from animal rights activists

Legislation intended to protect farmers from activists who trespass.

Chicken producers tell MPs pandemic has taken its toll

Producers have faced “sharp decline” in sales, CFC reported.

Spike in COVID cases among agri food workers in southwestern Ontario

Provincial effort to test all migrant workers ramped up.
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Feature articles 

Sun rising on solar-powered poultry barns

Sustainability experts say feed production and manure management – not animal housing – are by far the biggest environmental challenges facing the modern egg industry. But new Canadian research shows using green energy sources like solar power to light, heat and cool bird barns can provide producers with a good bang for their carbon reduction buck. » Here’s a look inside....
Ask the Vet

Ask the Vet: Blackhead disease

With no current effective treatments for blackhead, it has become increasingly important to understand the disease process and proactive measures to decrease the risk of it entering your flock. Here’s what producers need to know. » Read more...