Recent Field trials on bell peppers, potatoes, kidney beans, peanuts and other crops that show how applications
Unchecked populations oi feral pigs have overrun rural areas, damaged cropland, ruined entire swaths of rainforests and nearly wiped out endangered birds. The question is: Can they be stopped?
The National Pork Board continues to take a prominent role in the ongoing conversation about antibiotic use in pork production. From the Don’t Wait… Be Ready! national producer awareness and education campaign, to ongoing engagement with consumers and influencers, to increased investment in antibiotic research, the National Pork Board is taking unprecedented action on this globally important topic.
Stress is not only bad for the animal and the producer’s profits, but it also short-changes the consumer. Stress right before slaughter can result in pale, soft pork with greater drip loss, while long-term stress can cause dark, firm and dry pork.
PEDv, the disease Canada's pork industry knows all too well can cripple pig farms has been found for a third time in a month in Manitoba. But some in the industry are wondering if this is linked to the CPC decision to abandon the bio-security wash bay program