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Remembering a poultry leader

B.C.’s Stewart Paulson devoted his life to serving the poultry industry.

15 workers at Lilydale chicken plant in Calgary test positive for COVID-19

Company says the plant will remain open.

Chicken, eggs both go first as feds roll out COVID-19 food surplus program

The $50-million program announced earlier this year.
Sponsored Spotlight 
New Leader

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Feature articles 
Evy Wiebe

Who’s Who 2020 – Manitoba – Evy Wiebe

Anyone who has seen chicken producer Evy Wiebe in action knows she’s an excellent advocate for Canadian poultry producers. This is no small feat; advocacy is tough work – and necessary. Producers are lucky to have her in their corner. » Read more...
Jackie Kelly-Pemberton

Commentary: Ontario abattoirs facing processing capacity shortages – in need of funding

Abattoirs and processing plants are essential for livestock and poultry farmers to market locally-grown and processed food to consumers. The COVID-19 crisis has revealed vulnerabilities in the current meat processing supply chain, but has created an opportunity for a more regional approach to food production. » Read more...
Sponsored SPotlight 
Annex Bookstore

Egg Signals

Egg Signals follows the egg’s progress through all the links in the chain, from poultry farmer to packer, processor, and consumer. It describes the creation of the egg’s unique composition.
Egg Signals uses 650 photographs and images to illustrate the basis of thinking about quality, and describes how to act accordingly. This book employs real-life cases taken directly from practice, leading to satisfied poultry professionals and happy consumers. » Shop now

PIC Golf Tournament

Sept. 2, 2020 • Baden, Ont. » Learn more

PIC’s Science in the Pub

Sept. 20, 2020 • Webinar » Learn more

Virtual Poultry Tech Summit

Oct. 20-22, 2020 • Online » Learn more

PIC Annual General Meeting

Oct. 22, 2020 • Guelph, Ont. » Learn more