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Feds unveil more funding for dairy, poultry and egg farmers hurt by free trade deals

Producers will soon have access to $691M in federal money.

Fast spreading bird flu puts EU poultry industry on edge

Outbreaks have so far led to the culling of 1.6M chickens and ducks.

Disease Watch: ILT – Niagara, Ont.

One of three-barn operation affected.
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Keys to RWA success

Raising poultry without the use of antibiotics is not for everyone, but it’s a challenge Lisa Jones and her husband Dan are happy they took on. While it’s more time consuming and requires serious attention to detail, it’s very rewarding once you get it right. Four experts, including Jones, offer these eight tips for success. » Here’s a look inside...
Adapting on the fly

Adapting on the fly

No matter how they’re conducting operations, every poultry farm should have procedures and plans in place to ensure a healthy, clean environment. Producers should prioritize thinking through what needs to be done, communicating with staff and implementing new practices in the wake of the current public health crisis. » Read more...


Jan. 25-29, 2021 • Virtual Event » Learn more

Canada’s Agriculture Day

Feb. 23, 2021 • Ottawa, Ont. » Learn more