Wednesday, October 20, 2021

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.

Fall 2021 – Editorial

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

Public trust matters in modern agriculture

Hog farmers take pride in their record on mitigating environmental issues and upholding animal care standards. Telling this story will help reinforce demand for Canadian pork everywhere.

The war on boar rages on

With trade agreements at stake, Canada’s multi-billion-dollar meat industry stands to lose everything if foreign animal disease is found in the country’s wild boar population.

Pork – Observations in Not Any Particular Order

Pork Commentary, October 12th, 2021Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. No Chicken 

Road Trip Spain Week 2

Pork Commentary, October 04th, 2021Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc Our first week, as we...

USDA September Hogs and Pigs Report Bullish

Pork Commentary, September 27th, 2021Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. The USDA September Hogs and...

Road Trip to Spain

Pork Commentary, September 20th, 2021Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. As...

Global Market Round-up

Pork Commentary, September 6th, 2021Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. China The...

A new dawn for rye as pig feed

Including rye in hog rations is becoming an interesting option for producers. By overcoming the ergot challenges associated with open-pollinated rye, hybrid varieties could be a nutritious, cost-effective complement to other grains.

Fresh leadership in Manitoba and Ontario

New board chairs are at the helm in Manitoba and Ontario, following the departure of two stalwarts who preceded them. The changing of the guard comes with continued focus on strategic approaches for the future.