Researchers with the UOG will use data collected from a survey of Canadian farmers on stress to develop new resources to help farmers cope with stress, anxiety, depression and burnout.
New research equipment scheduled to arrive at the Prairie Swine Centre next month will provide scientists with a new tool that will assist them as they work to improve the biosecurity, animal friendliness and ease of use of swine transportation equipment.
A research scientist with the Prairie Swine Centre reports a variety of strategies are being explored for reducing the effects of feeding mycotoxin contaminated grains to pigs.
The President and CEO of Farmers Edge says modern agricultural technology is providing the tools farmers need to improve global food security and better communicate with their customers.
The executive director of the Swine health Information Center reports scientists are gaining a better understanding of Seneca Valley Virus.
Research conducted by PAMI indicates hydrovac technology offers an opportunity to reduce the time and cost of cleaning swine transport vehicles.
Manitoba Public Insurance will invest in construction of a new Centre of Excellence in automotive repair research and training.
More investments for research into dementia are being made through Research Manitoba and in partnership with the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, Jobs and Economy Minister Kevin Chief announced.
Research planned to begin this summer will assist pork producers, manure applicators and land owners in optimizing the use of phosphorus contained in two cell earthen manure storages.