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National poultry organizations join Agriculture Carbon Alliance

Collaborative group will work proactively on carbon pricing and provide solutions-oriented feedback to legislators.

Poultry plant CEO reacts to calls for rapid testing, slower production

CEO says company is working with the provincial health authority on rapid testing and that employees are not being pressured to come to work.

Video: B.C. chicken farmer grabs lynx by scruff of neck

Chris Paulson and his family captured and relocated the lynx after it killed two chickens.
Sponsored Spotlight 
Midwest Poultry

2021 MPF Virtual Convention: Community Through Connection

Join Midwest Poultry Federation for its 50th annual convention, being held virtually May 18-21 and on-demand through May 31!

• Expanded schedule offering flexibility for your busy schedule.
• Exhibit Hall with enhanced search functions to quickly find the solutions you need.
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• Flexible education program with livestreamed and taped presentations.
• Resource Center with poultry job postings and other information.
• NEW - Multi-State Poultry Feeding & Nutrition Conference added to schedule on May 19.
• North Central Avian Disease Conference will host its full slate of speakers May 18-19.

Registration is open now via www.midwestpoultry.com.
Feature articles 
Giving pullets room to thrive

Giving pullets room to thrive

How does aviary design make a difference to young pullets for the lifelong health of hens? University of Guelph’s Tina Widowski and her MSc student Amanda Pufall recently took a closer look at the impact of different rearing environments on pullets. Here’s a look at some of their findings. » Read more...
World of Water

World of Water: What’s new with water

Out of the hundreds of research projects done every year, there are a few that still provide insight into the drinking habits of the modern bird. In her first World of Water column for Canadian Poultry, Mary Foy focuses on the beginning: brooding. » Read more...


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