Science in the Pub – January 22, 2018 2018-01-17T14:09:29+00:00

Science in the Pub  

PIC’s popular Science in the Pub sessions allow a broad range of stakeholders in the Ontario poultry industry to gather in an informal and lively atmosphere to discuss, debate and share different perspectives on timely topics and issues affecting the poultry industry.  Come out and share your perspective on issues that affects us all. 

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Registration has ended as the space was limited and the session is full

Our 2018 winter Science in the Pub session will take place on Monday, January 22nd at the Shakespeare Arms in Guelph, ON. The topic of our first session of 2018 is ‘Poultry Production & the Environment: Can management strategies offset our carbon footprint?‘ Our guest speaker, Bill Van Heyst, will be discussing poultry facility emissions, the impact they have on the environment (in comparison to other livestock species) and also what poultry producers can do to control their gas and particulate emissions to improve air quality. Bill is a Professor in Environmental Engineering at the University of Guelph who specializes impact of agriculture on air quality – particularly poultry production.

The Poultry Industry Council invites you to join us for good food, drink and discussion. Come out, network, and share your perspective this industry topic! Food is included, cash bar available!

General Admission: $30

Students: $10

Media: Free


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Quotes from past attendees:

“Excellent job – great discussions!”

“Excellent format”

“Great discussions – and lots of fun too!”

“Discussion and networking opportunities were excellent. Format was great. Good mix of organizations”