“Photos courtesy of Farm Boy Productions” Harry Pellisero, former General Manager of Egg Farmers of Ontario (EFO), has been awarded the Poultry Industry Council (PIC) “Ed McKinlay Poultry Worker” award for 2021. The award was presented at the EFO AGM...
Access Information here: https://www.poultryindustrycouncil.ca/emergency-planning Farm emergencies can happen at any time - are you prepared? Having a plan in place with all important information easily accessible is the number one way to sleep easy at night, and feel prepared for when...
The final in a 12 episode series intended to provide small flock stakeholders situational information and updates related to the ongoing HPAI outbreak in Ontario.
Source: CBC Producers in northwest heightening biosecurity measures during first nationwide outbreak. In the tiny village of Saint-François, known as New Brunswick's "chicken capital," millions of birds are under careful supervision in barns as wildlife outside continues to catch the avian...
Canadian egg, chicken, turkey and hatching egg farmers highlight the hard work of Canada’s farming families and their contributions to the vibrancy of communities from coast to coast. Early yesterday morning, Canadian poultry and egg farmers hosted their renowned pop-up...
BURLINGTON, ON – June 6, 2022 – It’s Local Food Week in Ontario, and Chicken Farmers of Ontario (CFO) is celebrating farmers and their continued dedication to ensuring that all Ontarians can access safe, healthy, locally grown chicken. Local Food...
The Poultry Industry Council (PIC) and Western Fair Association (WFA) regretfully announce that the National Poultry Show – Industry Open House, scheduled for June 22nd and 23rd, 2022, is cancelled. At this time there are no plans for a...
Get incentives to reduce operating costs and emissions Whether you run a small poultry farm or a large egg production farm, improving energy efficiency can lead to significant reductions in costs and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Beyond energy savings, energy-efficient...
Source: London Free Press London’s Cargill chicken processing plant remained closed Tuesday but management is “optimistic” of opening this week after a fire over the holiday weekend. The cause of the blaze is under investigation but fire fighters said it appeared...
Source: CBC Members of B.C.'s poultry farming community are apprehensive about a rapidly spreading outbreak of avian flu in the Fraser Valley, home to 80 per cent of the province's farms. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) confirmed an outbreak of...
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