The General Manager of Manitoba Pork says legislation recently passed in Manitoba is all about protecting farm animals from the potential introduction of disease.
The General Manager of Manitoba Pork says legislation passed in Manitoba will help protect farm families from malicious trespassers, the animals on their farms from exposure to disease, and consumers from the food shortages that would result from a foreign animal disease incursion.
With election day looming, Canada’s pork producers are being encouraged to be involved in making the candidates in their ridings and their parties aware of the issues that are important to them and to be aware of the positions of all candidates on matters that affect agriculture.
Manitoba pork producers are being encouraged to discuss issues of concern to their sector with their candidates in the federal election. Manitoba Pork has identified a range of issues of concern to the pork sector including the creation and defence of trade agreements, addressing trade relations with China, improving business risk management programming and protecting the health of Canada’s swine herd.
The General Manager of Manitoba Pork is calling for action to address the invasion of Manitoba by wild boar before it passes the point of possible control as it has with other non-native invasive species like dandelions and zebra mussels.
The General Manager of Manitoba Pork is encouraging farmers, both in Canada and abroad, to capitalize on opportunities to reconnect and interact with consumers.
The General Manager of Manitoba Pork is calling on farmers to seize the opportunity to interact with consumers and share the good news story of how their food is produced.
The General Manager of Manitoba Pork says he has witnessed a tremendous evolution the province’s pork sector over the past 16 years. Manitoba Pork is the organization that represents the interests of the province’s pork sector.
The Chair of Manitoba Pork says focusing on biosecurity remains key to keeping the number of cases of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea low in Manitoba. Since mid-February 2014, when Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea was first identified in Manitoba, stakeholders within the province’s Pork sector have been working to control the infection.