Research carried out at the University of Nebraska has found that Dried Distillers Grains with Solubles (DDGS) can be included at high levels in pullet, laying hen and broiler chicken rations when properly formulated and balanced for amino acids. The research also found that “addition of exogenous enzymes allows the…
Dec. 7, 2010 – Quantitative trait loci affecting egg quality – albumen thickness, blood and meat spots, fishy taint and shell durability – were identified through the mapping of the chicken genome. The results of a recent doctoral study enhance the efficiency of chicken breeding.
Enriched cages of one form or another may be the tidal wave of the future, but for now, in Canada, it is a small wave driven by a breeze rather than a strong wind of change. Companies that sell standard, enriched and other systems told Canadian Poultry magazine that there…
Jan. 24, 2008, Vancouver - In a landmark move, Chartwells - a division of Compass Group Canada, the largest food service provider in the country - has announced that Concordia University and Simon Fraser University will begin using only cage-free shell eggs in campus food services in January 2008, followed…
Two B.C. families become hatching egg producers and build a state-of-the-art facility featuring the latest in European technology
What does it all mean? The pros and cons of conventional and alternative housing and moving forward
B.C. producer diversifies and installs a European-type system. It reminds him of the way his father used to do things.
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