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More from Canadian Poultry | Health | Production August 22, 2014
Burnbrae Farms gifts $500,000 to UofG for Poultry Welfare Professorship
Burnbrae Farms has gifted $500,000 to the University of Guelph to establish the Burnbrae Farms Professorship in Poultry Welfare, a tenure track position in the Department of Animal and Poultry Science. Dr. Alexandra Harlander will assume this position and will serve the poultry industry with her insights on animal welfare and behavior in all poultry species.
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Quebec to amend Civil Code to better protect animals from abuse
Quebec's new agriculture minister is promising to clean up the province's bad reputation as one of the best places to be an animal abuser.
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Animal disease monitoring critical for human health: FAO
Health and agriculture ministers were told by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) that monitoring animal disease plays a critical role in preventing human disease threats.
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Concern growing over slow corn crop development
Much of Ontario's corn crop is at late pollination to blister stage and concern over the crop's slow development is still increasing, reports Greg Stewart in the latest Ontario field crop report from OMAF.
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