The General Manager of Manitoba Pork reports the province’s pork industry is seeing the first signs of a rebound in the number of hogs available for processing.
Manitoba Pork expects pilot testing and final revisions to Canadian Pork Excellence to be completed in time for the first official validations by January of next year.
The Chair of Manitoba Pork says pork producers on both sides of the Canada U.S. border recognize the value of trade and value the essence of free trade.
A new chair and directors have been appointed, and one existing director appointed to vice-chair, to the board of the Manitoba Farm Products Marketing Council.
The federal and provincial governments are investing more than $1.6 million in eight research projects dealing with a wide range of issues facing crop producers.
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Lawrence MacAulay and Farm Credit Canada announced a new loan for young entrepreneurs in the agriculture retail, manufacturing and food processing sectors.
Canadian business that have dealings with customers in the U.S. are being advised to pay close attention to changes on the trade front.
The Chair of Manitoba Pork suggests the Canadian and U.S. pork industries can best address the risks posed by swine disease and prepare for the potential introduction of a foreign animal disease outbreak by working together.
The Executive Director of Winter Cereals Canada reports the bulk of western Canada’s winter wheat crop is now moving into the livestock feed market.
The President of the Ag and Food Exchange is encouraging livestock producers to use the tools they have available to demonstrate the emphasis they place on animal welfare.