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Positive COVID-19 tests at Maple Leaf Foods plants in Hamilton and Brampton

The two positive coronavirus tests are the first among 13,000 employees Workers at Maple Leaf Foods plants in Hamilton and Brampton, the company says, have tested positive...

Shuttered Quebec pork processor notifies producers it intends to cancel contracts

Olymel has told pork producers in Ontario who ship it products to process that it intends to exercise the force majeure clause due to...

COVID-19 Drives Recognition of Importance of Food Production and Delivery Systems

Farmscape for April 1, 2020 Full Interview 8:57 Listen The Executive Director of Farm and Food Care Saskatchewan says the evolving COVID-19 situation has fostered...

HIPRA makes part of its biotechnology facilities and equipment available to the health authorities

To help deal with the health crisis, the veterinary pharmaceutical company is giving over its new laboratories to hospitals for the analysis of samples...

Hogs in downward trend

To “Read” Walt’s charts, keep the following in mind: Support – this term refers to a trend line or price area under the market...

Canadian Government Announces New Support Programs For Farmers, Ag Businesses

Canadian farmers and food businesses work hard so Canadians have quality food on their grocery store shelves and kitchen tables. In these times of...

EveryPig Helps Swine Vets and Pork Producers Collaborate Remotely Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Revolutionary pig health management and telehealth company EveryPig is urging swine veterinarians and pork producers to take advantage of telemedicine to reduce health risks...

Canada Relaxes Travel Restrictions on Temporary Foreign Workers

Farmscape for March 23, 2020 Marie-Claude Bibeau Conference Call 32:15 Listen To minimise potential labour shortages due to COVID-19, the Federal Government has relaxed travel...

USMCA Ratification Restores North American Economic Stability

Farmscape for March 16, 2020 Full Interview 8:51 Listen The Vice President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute says Canada's ratification of the USMCA restores...

Red Meat Industry Donates to Red Cross Efforts in China

The Canadian Red Meat Industry has made a $50,000 donation to the Canadian Red Cross to support their work with the Red Cross Society...
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