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Protecting chickens from heart disease

Canadian researchers examine why fast-growing broiler chickens suffer from heart problems.

Reusing chicken litter shows benefits

Beneficial bacteria in reused poultry litter can reduce Salmonella levels.

Protect migrant workers or face consequences, Ford and Trudeau warn farmers

Hundreds of migrant workers have tested positive for COVID-19.
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Feature articles 
Business continuity

Business continuity post-disease outbreak

Poultry organizations have made substantial progress in improving their response to potential disease outbreaks over the last few years. While that progress continues, they have also strengthened their plans for the post-outbreak recovery phase. » Here’s how....
Green guidance

EFP Update: Green guidance

The market is increasingly focused on sustainable sourcing, including minimizing environmental impacts. That being the case, Canadian Poultry took a look at how the Environmental Farm Plan has evolved and what’s new. » Read more...
Chicken Farmers of Canada


Effective June 22nd, 2020.

Chicken Farmers of Canada has moved to a new space after nearly 20 years at their current address.

The new space is much closer to Parliament Hill, and to several event spaces, the new location will be home to the Ottawa-based office for the foreseeable future. » Learn more