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More from Canadian Poultry | Events | Research February 3, 2012
Dairy farmers bust myths with new website
A new website launched by Canada's dairy industry takes the bull by the horns when it comes to setting the record straight on the country's supply management system for milk.
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Cross-country checkup on national traceability
OnTrace will be hosting OnTraceability 2012, its annual event on the state of Canadian agriculture and food traceability. This year's conference will feature a cross-Canada checkup from the perspective of government regulators.
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Canadian ethanol policies raise feed prices, hurt livestock farmers
Subsidized and mandated Canadian ethanol production has boosted the prices of feed grains, damaging livestock industries, and proposals to increase the mandate will make the situation much, much worse, the George Morris Centre says in a new report.
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Researcher at heart of avian influenza controversy reveals details
A scientist at the centre of a raging controversy over bird flu transmission studies has broken his silence, in the process revealing information about his study that has not been made public previously.
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Elanco Animal Health announces Lilly’s deal to acquire ChemGen Corp.
Elanco, the animal health division of Eli Lilly and Company, recently announced that Lilly has signed an agreement to acquire ChemGen, Corp., a privately held bioscience company specializing in the development and commercialization of innovative feed enzyme products that improve the efficiency of poultry, egg, and meat production.
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