Feb. 22, 2008, Saskatoon — The Saskatchewan Egg Producers have been granted $69,156 to develop a new processed value-added egg product.  The project is one of four in the province that received funding today via Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's Advancing Canadian Agriculture and Agri-Food (ACAAF) program.
Jan. 25, 2008, Regina Beach - The Canadian Poultry and Egg Processors Council (CPEPC) has confirmed that the cleaning and disinfecting (C&D) of the breeder farm near Regina Beach has been completed and will be approved by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) today.
The key question for ethanol is: how long will it take for the future to supplant the present?  The present, in North America, is ethanol from corn. But already U.S. politicians are looking at the looming problems and pitfalls and searching for a more sustainable future.
A Band-Aid Solution?
Nova Scotia chicken farmers found themselves picking up the pieces after one of the two major processors of their birds, Maple Leaf Foods, announced January 16 it will close its plant in Canard in Kings County, Annapolis Valley.
Each year, poultry producers use a combination of antibiotics and vaccines to protect these birds from infectious diseases. Antibiotics are critical to ongoing efforts to fight off diseases and infections;
When it comes to figuring out what is going on with corn these days, it is really pretty simple – it’s all supply and demand. Corn demand is way up and supply isn’t.
Save your neck, and maybe save the planet.  When it comes to reducing energy consumption... farmers are in the catbird’s seat
We’ve got a new look
As the poultry and livestock industries become more regulated, it’s a challenging and lengthy process trying to bring novel nutritional and pharmaceutical products to the marketplace. This is particularly true for in-feed products.
Post-Mortem examination reveals another potentially harmful effect of beetle infestation
The equation seems simple: Use less energy = spend less money, and as a bonus save the planet. It certainly seems better than the alternative: Use more energy = spend more money and pollute the planet.
Turned Upside Down.  The mantra was to move from grain to value added, which many took to mean feeding livestock
Cracking under pressure
If a Butterfly Flaps Its Wings.  H5N1 may seem like a distant nightmare, but it is less than a day away

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