Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) General Resources
This page is a one-stop shop for everything from best practices of biosecurity on your farm, contact information for permits, HPAI tracking dashboards and information about the Avian Influenza status.
To view previously hosted webinars with experts speaking about the HPAI situation, please feel free to check out our YouTube playlist here!
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OMAFRA has a contact centre to help you get the information you need: 1-877-424-1300
Responding to farm, agri-business and rural business inquiries.
With experience and backgrounds in agriculture and agri-business, the centre's agents are available to answer questions, provide information to help you make decisions, and if needed, put you in touch with one of our experts.
Reporting Non-Compliance of Regulatory Actions
If you need to report any actions that are in non-compliance with regulations of rearing livestock you may report that information through the contact information below.
OMAFRA: Animal health update: Avian influenza (February 17, 2023)
Click here for a general update on the HPAI situation as it relates to all poultry types.
Small Flock Latest Information:
Something new: "Preventing Avian Influenza with Dr. Jean Pierre Vaillancourt"
- Biosecurity Best Practises
- Common biosecurity mistakes
- Visuals showing the three-zone danish entry system
Access the PDF with visuals and the podcast here.
Join the e-mail listserve: We have a specific email list for Small Flock Updates which we send out from time to time to keep people informed.
Should you wish to be added to the list, please email us at pic[at]poultryindustrycouncil.ca
|The small flock webinars from Spring and Fall 2022 are on our YouTube Channel:
Feather Board Command Centre (FBCC)
Weekly meetings on Wednesdays designed for farmers and industry who are in the zone(s) and industry personnel that conduct business within/through the zone(s). For more information, please contact the FBCC team directly via their website fbcc.ca
Small flock stakeholders are also invited to register with their email to receive updates.