Public Perception of Commercial Poultry Welfare: What are we doing? Is it enough? Does it matter?
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.
The topic for this year’s event is Public Perception of Commercial Poultry Welfare. Presentations and round-table discussions will address concerns the general public has regarding commercial poultry welfare, how consumers currently perceive animal welfare in the industry and what agriculture literacy groups are doing to promote public trust. Presentations/discussion will also address if what these groups are doing is enough and question the importance of public perception overall.
Featured speakers include Colin Siren, Research Director of Kynetec Canada Inc. and Bruce Kelly, Programs Manager of Farm and Food Care
The event will be held on Monday, September 25, 2017 at The Shakespeare Arms in Guelph (35 Harvard Rd, N1G 3A2). Doors open at 4:30 pm, session starts at 5:00 pm. Registration fee is $30.00 for general admission and $10.00 for students. Registration fee includes wings and appetizers. There will be a cash bar available.
Registration is now open. Click here to be taken to our on-line registration page.