Canadian Pork Council Outlines ASF Action Plan

Farmscape for January 11, 2021 SIP African Swine Fever Seminar 1:33:17 Listen The Executive Director of the Canadian Pork Council says the focus of Canada's...

2021 Science in Practice Award Winner, Western Canada Veterinarian Egan Brockoff Earns Top...

Egan Brockhoff, DVM, president and managing partner of Prairie Swine Health Services in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada will receive the 2021 Allen D. Leman...

International Collaboration and Cooperation Key to Addressing ASF

Farmscape for September 17, 2021 Full Interview 7:21 Listen The Veterinary Counsel with the Canadian Pork Council says international cooperation and collaboration have been key...

Individual Sow Feeding Cuts Feed Costs While Maintaining Performance

Farmscape for October 26, 2020 Full Interview 9:55 Listen By focussing on the nutritional needs of the individual sow, pork producers can reduce costs while...

Amino Acids can Enhance Pig Robustness

Highlights • Average daily gain and feed efficiency in diseased pigs may be improved by a combination of functional amino acids supplemented above requirements for...

Stimulation of Sow Mammary Development Improves Performance of Piglets

Full Interview 15:48 Listen Farmscape for May 4, 2021 By stimulating the mammary development scientists are increasing sow milk production and improving the growth rates...

Researchers Track the Movement of PRRS from the Sow to the Fetus

Farmscape for October 2, 2020 Full Interview 18:29 Listen Research being conducted by the Western College of Veterinary Medicine is shedding new light on the...

Subunit Vaccines Offer Potential for Protection from Brachyspira

Farmscape for July 21, 2021 Full Interview 17:45 Listen A Professor with the Western College of Veterinary Medicine says, if they can be shown to...

Partners Continue to Advance Canada’s Pork Industry

University of Alberta professor of Animal Biotechnology Michael Dyck has received new funding through Genome Canada's Genomics Application Partnership Program (GAPP).  He is no...

More than 200 cases of COVID-19 and one death linked to Alberta pork plant

More than 200 cases of COVID-19 and the death of a 30-year-old man have been linked to the Olymel pork processing plant in Red...
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