A wealth of new innovations and strategies to help producers and their industry transition to the future will take the spotlight Oct. 10-11 at the second annual Alberta Livestock Expo in Lethbridge.
The Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Pullets and Laying Hens requires that:
A new wave of cutting-edge nutritional innovation is emerging to power the animal agriculture and feed industries in Canada and beyond, helping them to meet today’s challenges while supporting a strong future. Participants across the animal nutrition industry – including researchers, nutritionists, feed industry specialists and other industry partners – can learn about the latest […]
When colder temperatures hit and chickens are ‘cooped’ up, they are prone to becoming bored.
Chickens generally do quite well in winter provided that the breeds you have are suitable for our Canadian climate and that they are provided a dry, draft-free, warm shelter.