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Poultry Research Impacts Day - New date August 10, 2022

 The event will be held in-person  at the GrandWay, 7445 Wellington County Rd. 21, Elora, Ontario.  The session will run from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.  Registration fee will be $65.00 for Members, and $80.00 for Non-Members and includes lunch.

From hatch to pack, growing with good gut health improves production. Gut health and the gut microbiome influence the life of poultry even before they hatch. The process of competitive exclusion of the negative bacteria empowers optimal health and feed conversion. Much research has gone into investigating the pioneering bacteria and ensuring the colonization of beneficial bacterial community. Join us to hear how the research of gut health is making impacts on your production.  Tenative Agenda will be made available early summer.

A Note on In-Person Events

Poultry Industry Council is working closely with industry stakeholders such as CFIA, OMAFRA and our Feather Boards to ensure we are operating our in-person events with caution and respect for the evolving HPAI situation in the province. Should the situation change in such a way that an in-person event needs to pivot, we will update  registered attendees, sponsors and our website.

We sincerely thank the industry for supporting us as we continue to work through challenging times.
Ashley HonsbergerExecutive Director, PIC

Thank you to current Event Level Sponsors:

burnbrae       clark    dv 

    nlm feed     vencomatic



Thank you to all our attendees, presenters and sponsors for supporting our last Research Impacts Webinar on May 6th, 2021.

The webinar featured speakers from multiple universities across Canada and the United States. With a dynamic design, the webinar educated and engaged through a virtual experience.  All attendees will receive the link to the recorded session within a few days.


" Great webinar, great speakers.  Many thanks for the invitation to participate in the round table discussion." 

"Flawless and entertaining, keep up the great work."


Canada’s poultry research community is robust and the research outcomes contribute to the world in many ways – it improves our health and well-being, creates economic prosperity, enhances our cultural lives and improves environmental sustainability, to name just a few.