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Banff 2021 – Editorial

The Banff 2021 edition of the Canadian Hog Journal is here!

Winter 2021 – Editorial

Message from the editor By Andrew Heck The Winter 2021...

Fall 2020 – Editorial

The Fall 2020 edition of the Canadian Hog Journal is here!

Editorial – Summer 2020

Read the Summer 2020 message from the editor and letters to the editor.

U.S. Hog Prices Stay Strong

Pork Commentary, July 26th, 2021Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc Some Observations:

National Pork Industry Conference Report

Pork Commentary, July 19th, 2021Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. Last week we attended the...

Getting back to the basis

Forward contracting is a bit like fortune telling, minus the crystal ball. And it all starts with basis. Dive into basis calculation and find out what it means for producers and packers.

Carbon tax harms hog farmers

How has Canada’s carbon tax impacted hog farmers? With no practical alternatives to fossil fuels for heating barns, producers’ margins have suffered, along with their ability to remain globally competitive.

Summer 2021 – Editorial

The Summer 2021 edition of the Canadian Hog Journal is here!

National Pork Industry Conference

Pork Commentary, July 12th, 2021Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. Today we are on the...

PRRS Ripping U.S. Hog Production

Pork Commentary, July 5th, 2021Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. Everyday we hear about new...

June USDA Hogs and Pigs Report

Pork Commentary, June 28th, 2021Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. In our opinion the June...
Jim Long Pork Commentary

Midwest Tour

Pork Commentary, June 21st, 2021Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. This past week, after the...

Healthy interest in disease resilience

A research project focused on improving disease resilience in pigs has been extended for three more years, worth $1 million in additional funding from Genome Canada.