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New poultry expo hosted in Stratford cancelled until 2021

New farming exhibition was slated for November.

KFC makes plant-based sandwich permanent menu item

Lightlife product now available at all Canadian restaurants.

Avian flu virus adaptability poses threat to poultry

Migrating birds harboring weaker viruses more likely to survive journey and potentially pass disease to domestic birds.
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From the Editor

From the Editor: Poultry’s strongest enthusiasts

This year’s Who’s Who issue features some of poultry’s strongest proponents. As is the case each year, this edition includes a collection of profiles of producers in different sectors from coast to coast. However, this time we’ve placed a special emphasis on advocacy. » Read more...
Bev Whitta

Who’s Who – B.C. – Bev Whitta

To tens of thousands of B.C. school children, fair goers and grocery shoppers, Bev Whitta is the face of chicken farming. That’s thanks to her role as coordinator of the Poultry in Motion program, an educational trailer she takes to schools and fairs to talk chicken farming with consumers. » Read more...

PIC’s Research Impacts

Aug. 20, 2020 • Online » Learn more

PIC’s Science in the Pub

Sept. 20, 2020 • Webinar » Learn more