The poultry industry has seen a dramatic change in the last decade.
As of February 2017, Canada’s total meat supply was around 2.4 billion kilograms.
That’s up from 1.8 billion kilograms in 2006, and is the largest increase in consumption in the history of the industry.
There are currently about 3.1 billion chickens in Canada.
What that means for you is that, in 2019, the average Canadian will have eaten about 1,500 kilograms of poultry.
That translates to approximately 2.5 pounds of chicken.
That means the number of chickens in your backyard is about to skyrocket.
But that’s not the only change that’s been happening to the industry over the past decade.
Here’s a quick breakdown of some of the changes in the industry: The number of birds in production, and the number that go to slaughter A lot of the meat we consume is not coming from farms.
That is, the vast majority of poultry is being raised in sheds or sheds with just a few birds.
Instead, chickens are usually purchased from a meat processing plant, where they are fed a high-protein diet, usually a blend of meat from turkeys and pork, and chicken bones and fat.
Most of the chickens used to be purchased fresh, but now they are typically slaughtered when they’re a few days old.
This is because the industry is now increasingly shifting to the meat industry, where chickens are bred and bred again to produce meat with greater protein.
When we look at the meat that is being produced today, there are far fewer birds raised on pasture, which means the meat can be produced with more animal welfare and environmental concerns.
The poultry production industry is in a transition phase, but it is expected to continue for the next decade, according to a new report by the Canadian Pork Council.
There will be a lot more chickens in the Canadian poultry industry.
The industry has already seen an increase in poultry imports from Europe and Latin America.
In 2019, Canada was responsible for about 4.5 per cent of the world’s chicken exports.
That increased to 8.2 per cent in 2020, and to 12.3 per cent by 2022.
But, the Canadian chicken industry is expected by 2020 to grow to almost 20 per cent, according the CPAW, and that’s with a growing poultry demand in the United States and Mexico.
In the U.S., Canada will account for about 30 per cent to 40 per cent (depending on the region) of the market.
In Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain and Italy will also be major exporters.
But what about the other countries in the region?
That’s a little tricky.
As the world moves toward the growing demand for meat, more and more countries are becoming chicken exporters to feed the demand.
For example, Mexico is expected in 2019 to import more than 7.5 million metric tonnes of poultry, while Spain is expected with 7.1 million.
Brazil, the Philippines, Canada and Mexico will be the next biggest chicken exporter.
According to the CFO, China is the world leader in poultry exports, and it has about 11.5 billion kilograms of chicken in 2020.
Canada’s export of poultry to China is projected to reach 7.2 billion kilograms by 2022, and by 2020, China will be Canada’s second-largest market.
Canada is also the third-largest importer of poultry in the world, with almost 13.1 per cent.
In 2020, the CFAW expects the global poultry industry to be worth $2.2 trillion, up from $2 trillion in 2018.
That would be enough to feed about 65 million people for an entire year.
And that would be a huge boost for the Canadian economy.
There’s been a lot of talk in the media about the need to address the chicken industry’s environmental problems.
Some of the things that are being done are: The Canadian Government is investing heavily in a number of initiatives that aim to make our meat more sustainable and more humane.
These include beef and poultry farming and the use of the greenhouse gas emission reductions to reduce animal welfare.
The Canadian Chicken Council has also been pushing the federal government to adopt an industry-wide ban on the use and export of chickens for food, which would make the chicken farming industry more environmentally friendly.
A lot more research is being done on chicken farming in Canada, as well.
A new study by the CSAE, a consulting firm, looks at how poultry farming affects the environment.
The study looked at the effects of chicken production on the environment and water resources, and how that impacts the environment as well as the health of people who live nearby.
It found that the total value of the food produced by the industry would be between $3.5 and $4.2 million a year, which is equal to the total greenhouse gas emissions of the country that produced it.
The researchers found that for the first time in Canada’s history, the chicken sector produces a significant amount