The Chair of Swine Innovation Porc says the main focus of research being conducted on behalf of Canada’s porc sector is to improve the competitiveness of Canadian pork at home and abroad.
The Chair of Canadian Pork Council says free trade agreements are helping to expand international marketing opportunities for Canadian pork.
The manager of the Bruce D. Campbell Farm and Food Discovery Centre says consumers want to learn more about the food they eat from someone they can trust.
The Chair of Manitoba Pork suggests restrictions on the import of feed from ASF affected countries or quarantines on those products would be valuable in helping reduce the chance of the virus entering North America.
Farmers from across Manitoba met this past week in Winnipeg at the Keystone Agricultural Producers 35th annual meeting, calling on their organization to address a wide range of issues.
Manitoba’s Agriculture Minister says Manitoba is well positioned to become North America’s protein supplier of choice.
A survey conducted by Farm Credit Canada shows, while farmers embrace technology, they want full control of their data.
The Manager of the Canada West Swine Health Intelligence Network says changes in the way swine health data is analyzed have provided a new tool for monitoring trends over time.
The Canadian and Manitoba governments are investing more than $1.1 million over five years in the Keystone Agricultural Producers to deliver the Farm Safety Program and to develop safety tools, training and resources for farmers in Manitoba.