November 16, 2011 – Evidence of Molotov cocktails was found at the scene of a fire that caused more than $500,000 in damage to a construction site for a new chicken processing plant in northwest New Brunswick.
May 25, 2011 – Aviagen has completed the construction of a new, cutting-edge veterinary laboratory facility near its UK headquarters in Edinburgh. An expansion of the existing laboratory, which was opened in 2003, the new extension enables Aviagen to continue diversifying its capabilities, pursuing new technological advancements in serology, virology…
March 22, 2011 - Chicken Farmers of Canada (CFC) today announced that Quebec-based processor Exceldor has been chosen, following a call for bids, to provide frozen chicken products for 2011 to the Ottawa Food Bank via CFC’s Chicken Challenge food donation program. As part of its new Corporate Social Responsibility…
July 14, 2010 - A $46-million poultry processing plant is planned for the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia.
January 22, 2010-Grand River Poultry has announced that it is closing it's plant in Paris, Ont. It will move production from the plant to a second plant in Belleville.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT Grand River Poultry Closure Grand River Poultry has announced that it is closing its plant in Paris, Ont. It will move production from the plant to a second plant in Belleville.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT How influenza hijacks human cells New findings reveal how influenza virus hijacks human cells. Scientists involved in the project have provided atomic resolution details of a promising drug target.
KFC tests plant-based chicken in U.S.Kentucky Fried Chicken became the first national U.S. quick service…
EFC launches new national marketing platformEgg Farmers of Canada is excited to announce the launch…
Dozens occupy turkey barn in Alberta to protest animal living conditionsDozens of activists from Western Canada came to a turkey…
Keith Robbins leaves Poultry Industry CouncilAfter six years as executive director, Keith Robbins has left…