The 10th annual Open Farm Day will officially kick off the fourth annual Farm and Food Awareness Week on Sunday, September 15.
Average farmland values in Canada are showing only modest increases for the first half of 2019, according to a review by Farm Credit Canada.
Global tracking of swine diseases is helping pork producers be better equipped to guard against the threat of existing and emerging diseases.
The Manager of the Canada West Swine Health Intelligence Network is raising the alarm with regards to three specific swine diseases, two of which mimic the symptoms of foreign animal diseases.
The Canadian red meat sector is calling for government action to address China’s temporary suspension of pork and beef imports from Canada.
Canadian agricultural producers have until October 15th to share their views on proposed changes to seed royalty structures for cereal crops at seedroyaltysurvey.com.
A U.S. Department of Agriculture grant will enable the U.S. pork sector to establish a dialogue in Asia aimed at building strategic partnerships to address African Swine Fever.
A planned survey of Canadian Swine Producers will assist scientists in developing sow management strategies designed to enhance longevity and improve the welfare and productivity of the sows and their piglets.
The National Pork Producers Council is applauding the dismissal of a Humane Society of the United States effort to block the sale of the “Pork. The Other White Meat” marketing campaign.