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More from Canadian Poultry | Health | Production June 27, 2014
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Groupe Westco, Couvoir Boire & Frères winners of Cobb flock award
Groupe Westco of St François de Madawaska, New Brunswick, is the latest winner of the award for the top Cobb500 breeder performance in Canada. The Canadian awards, introduced in 2012, also recognized the best performing Cobb 500SF flock, which belongs to Couvoir Boire & Frères in Quebec.
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George Morris Centre to dissolve
The Board of Directors of the George Morris Centre (GMC) announced June 19 their intent to dissolve the organization later this year and transfer the net assets as a gift to the Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) of the University of Guelph, in accordance with the wishes of the late George Morris.
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Soil bug compound foils antibiotic resistance
Researchers from McMaster University in Hamilton have discovered that a fungus found in a soil sample from Nova Scotia produces a chemical that inactivates the dangerous NDM-1 resistance gene, making bacteria containing it vulnerable to the antibiotics NDM-1 normally helps them evade.
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