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More from Canadian Poultry | Events | Research February 17, 2012
Roslin research aims to help eliminate Campylobacter
Eliminating the most common cause of food poisoning from the food chain is the aim of new Roslin Institute research funded by the BBSRC and poultry breeding company Aviagen. Campylobacter is responsible for more than 300,000 cases of food poisoning a year in England and Wales and is estimated to cost the U.K. economy up to £600 million a year.
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Study links E. coli from chicken and infections in women
A new study suggests chicken meat may be a source of E. coli bacteria that is making its way into people and causing infections. The study looks at strains of E. coli in poultry and compares them to the strains found to have been causing urinary tract infections in women in Quebec.
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Maple Leaf closing chicken plant in Ayr, Ont.
Maple Leaf Foods is closing a chicken processing plant in Ayr, Ont., in a move that will result in the net loss of about 100 jobs. The company says the streamlining is part of a plan to consolidate the company's poultry operations into its Brantford and Mississauga, Ont., plants.
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Improving productivity in Canada's food processing sector
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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Modular System Modular system for transporting spent hens
Hand-to-hand transfers are no longer part of the transportation system for spent fowl in Ontario. A modular transportation system has been developed for Maple Lodge that utilizes carts to move the birds from their cages to the trucks, Al Dam, the provincial poultry specialist at OMAFRA said at a Poultry Industry Council producer update in London.
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