Researchers at the University of Manitoba have announced that they are conducting a brief online survey of family/friend caregiving in Manitoba during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Steinbach MLA and Education and Training Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced that the province is investing $2.5 million over 10 years to support the University of Manitoba’s James W. Burns Leadership Institute.
Swine nutritionists from across Canada are working to reduce feed costs, improve feed efficiency and reduce wasted nutrients in ways that will benefit the environment.
A University of Manitoba Masters Student says alternatives to antibiotics offer livestock producers an opportunity to improve animal health at a time when consumers are increasingly concerned with what’s in their food.
The Manitoba government is refinancing a $35.3-million loan facility obtained by Triple B Stadium Inc. in order to protect taxpayers’ exposure to approximately $500,000 in annual interest charges.
A Professor of Applied Soil Ecology with the University of Manitoba says the environmental footprint of pork production has been dramatically reduced over the past five decades.
Research has shown changing the configuration of slatted concrete flooring can help improve the foot health of gestating sows.
A new antibacterial infused polymer offers promise for reducing the risk of bacterial contamination during the production of processed ready to eat foods.
Lab scale research suggests the foot health of loose housed gestating sows can be better maintained by covering concrete floors with rubberized coatings.