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More from Canadian Poultry | Health | Production July 20, 2012
National livestock traceability system in Canada's future
The Canadian Government is making an important investment to help build a single national livestock traceability system, the Canadian Agri-Traceability Services (CATS). CATS will bring together the combined experience of the Canadian Cattle Identification Agency (CCIA) and Agri-Tracabilite Quebec (ATQ) to reduce costs and simplify data reporting.
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Shur-Gain celebrates 75th anniversary
A crowd of 800 employees, retired employees, dealer owners and operators, suppliers, farmers and dignitaries from five countries and three continents came together to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Shur-Gain on July 11 at Nutreco Canada's research farm in Burford, Ont.
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U.S. poultry groups defend production methods
In a letter to the editor of Men’s Journal, U.S. Poultry & Egg Association and the National Chicken Council this week wrote to share viewpoints about the magazine’s reporting in its July 2012 edition about its preference for organic over conventionally raised chicken, that alluded to a recent feather meal study and claims of nutritional superiority.
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Chickens may help in fight against cancer
The common barnyard chicken could provide some very uncommon clues for fighting off diseases and might even offer new ways to attack cancer, according to a team of international researchers that includes a Texas A&M University professor.
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Outstanding scholar and teaching awards at 2012 PSA meeting
During the Poultry Science Association (PSA) annual meeting held in Athens, Georgia, Novus International, Inc. presented two prestigious awards – the Outstanding Scholar and Teaching Awards.
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