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Poultry, Dairy Family Farms anchor B.C. Agriculture: Report


(NC) — British Columbia’s dairy and poultry sectors have long provided a much-needed source of stability in the province’s turbulent farm sector. This role has expanded to a point where they now account for nearly half of all agriculture employment, according to a report released by PricewaterhouseCoopers.   The province’s dairy, poultry and egg farmers added 3,350 jobs between 2007 ...

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Strong dairy and poultry farming performance boost taxes


(NC) — British Columbia’s dairy, poultry and eggs producers continue to see their tax bills rise, hitting $223.1 million in 2011, an 8.3 per cent jump since 2007, says a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers. While other agriculture sectors in B.C. have had a tough time in recent years, dairy and poultry farmers continue to post strong results, including creating 3,350 ...

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Cows, Chickens dominate BC farming


(NC) — The province’s chicken, turkey, dairy and egg farmers now account for nearly half of all agriculture output and jobs, says a new study by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Historically, the dairy and poultry sectors have represented about a quarter of all farm output and jobs in B.C. Total employment in B.C. agriculture fell by 9,400 jobs from 2007 to 2011. ...

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Top 5 tips for selecting the right pet food


(NC) — Pet owners have long faced the conundrum of what to feed their pet. The process of selecting food can be overwhelming, especially with the variety of options available in any given store. Michele Dixon, a specialist in pet health and nutrition at pet food company Petcurean, gives us her guidance on this task so that in future, your ...

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Ottawa: Poutine Festival Returns to Sparks Street

Ottawa Poutine Festival

We Ottawans do seem to love our poutine. For the second time in a little over 5 months, the Sparks Street Mall hosts a festival celebrating the uniquely-Canadian dish of French fries, cheese curds and gravy. Poutine Fest runs April 24th to the 27th. CTV News Ottawa reports that it features 25 different poutine vendors spread out along Sparks Street ...

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