National Quality Assurance Program for Canadian eggs Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz has announced an investment of over $100,000 to Egg Farmers of Canada (EFC) to integrate its existing assurance systems into a single system that will be known as the National Quality Code for eggs.
Eli Lilly to buy Novartis AG’s animal health business Eli Lilly and Company has announced that it will buy Novartis AG's animal health business for $5.4 billion in cash to strengthen and diversify its existing animal health unit, Elanco.
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Do employees handle animals on your farm? Farm & Food Care writes about how having an animal care code of conduct protects animals and business and it’s important to make clear to employees, as well as customers, that you have expectations around how your animals will be treated.
Egg Farmers of Alberta accepting new entrant program applications The Egg Farmers of Alberta (EFA) has announced that the application window for the New Entrant Program (NEP) is now open, giving individuals the chance to become Alberta’s newest egg farmer.