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Olymel invests over $30M in Quebec poultry plant

Move creates more than 80 new jobs at processing facility.

Canadian Poultry presents Safeguarding the Poultry Industry webinar

Presentation by Ogena Solutions focuses on biosecurity and the one health approach.

From the Editor: Honouring women in agriculture

Program recognizes their growing role of women in production, research and advocacy.
Sponsored Spotlight 
Ogena Webinar

Connection between human, animal and environmental health

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Feature articles 
Poultry and the Pandemic

Poultry and the Pandemic: Tough times, tough lessons

One of the main lessons from the avian influenza outbreak that hit parts of Canada and the U.S. hard between 2014 and 2015 was that communication is key in times of crisis. That’s certainly been true since COVID-19 hit, forcing the industry to adjust to a sudden, massive shift in consumer behaviour. Here’s a look at what other lessons we’ve learned from the pandemic thus far. » Read more...
Barn Spotlight

Barn Spotlight: Fehr Venture Farm

The Fehrs have been producing eggs since the early 1970s. A few years ago, they decided to build a new layer barn for two reasons. For one, they were running out of room to fit their growing flock. Secondly, they needed to transition away from conventional housing to comply with the latest code for layers. Here’s a look at the enriched layer barn they built. » Read more...

PISW, Virtual Event

Oct. 7, 2020 • Online » Learn more