Sunday, June 26, 2022

Vaccines show promise for pigs and producers

For preventing antimicrobial resistance and supporting public health, vaccines are likely the future for the Canadian hog industry and the world. Saving lives and money is the goal.

Disease, inflation, climate issues could define 2022

Human and animal disease, inflation and eco-consciousness all have a role to play when it comes to hog market trends in 2022. What are the key challenges and opportunities facing producers?

Banff 2022 – Editorial

The Banff 2022 edition of the Canadian Hog Journal is here!

U.S. Lean Hog Price – Up, Up, Up

Pork Commentary, February 21st, 2022Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. The reality of the market...

Helping piglets survive and thrive

Intra-uterine growth-restricted piglets are more often found in large litters. These piglets have low birthweights and struggle to use colostrum, but nutritional strategies can help.

U.S. Hog Market Races Higher

Pork Commentary, February 14th, 2022Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. Go figure, less hogs leads...

Lean Hog Futures Reach $1.10/lb

Pork Commentary, February 7th, 2022Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. Last week lean hog futures reached $1.10 lb. Friday,...

Streptococcus virus threatens Canadian swine

Several years ago, the risk of Streptococcus equi subsp. Zooepidemicus was low, but that perception shifted in 2019 when the bacteria began posing a serious health threat to hog herds.

Comparing Polish and Canadian culinary characteristics

Supply chain issues, COVID-19 and other factors have hammered the Canadian and Polish culinary scenes. What are some of the similarities and differences that define the jurisdictions?

Iowa Pork Congress Report

Pork Commentary, January 31st, 2022Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc. Last week was the Iowa...