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Thursday, March 29, 2007
Canada research shows low birth weights do not reduce pork quality
March 29, 2007 Canada research shows low birth weights do not reduce pork quality   While piglets of low birth weight reach market weight more slowly than heavier piglets, pork quality is not compromised, according to research conducted by ...
Thursday, March 15, 2007
Canada's Quebec province calls for an overhaul of its pork industry
March 15, 2007 Canada's Quebec province calls for an overhaul of its pork industry   The government of Canada should not increase public assistance to the pork sector in Quebec but instead should encourage the industry to reorganize itself ...
Thursday, March 15, 2007
Canada: More pork exports but lesser value
March 15, 2007 Canada: More pork exports but lesser value   Canada increased its total amount of exported pork in 2006 as Canadian pork companies sold 1,037 million tonnes to foreign consumers, posting an increase of 7,000 tonnes from 2005, ...
Thursday, March 8, 2007
Corn boom may offset pork rise in US, Canada
March 8, 2007 Corn boom may offset pork rise in US, Canada   Poor pork prices in Canada could lift pig production over the border into North Dakota, though the increase likely would be offset by higher corn prices stemming from the demand f ...
Friday, December 22, 2006
Canada government to provide funds for pork assessment
December 22, 2006 Canada government to provide funds for pork assessment The Canadian government is providing C$184,720 to the Canadian Pork Council to help producers evaluate and improve animal care in their operations, according to a rele ...
Tuesday, December 5, 2006
Canada's Olymel to close two Quebec pork plants
December 5, 2006 Canada's Olymel to close two Quebec pork plants   Canadian meat processor Olymel LP would close two pork processing plants east of Montreal next spring, as high costs and a strong Canadian dollar continues to strangle the C ...
Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Canada's pork production up but consumption down
November 29, 2006 Canada's pork production up but consumption down Pork production in Canada has grown 67 percent over the last decade although it has remained largely stagnant this year compared to last year. Canadian pork production reach ...
Tuesday, November 7, 2006
US hopes to avert pork import ban in Canada
November 7, 2006 US hopes to avert pork import ban in Canada US officials are hoping to avert a Canadian ban on US pork next year over concerns of animals treated with the antibiotic carbadox. Canada last year imported 130,581 tonnes of US ...
Thursday, August 10, 2006
USDA relaxes rules on pork and poultry imports from Canada
August 10, 2006 USDA relaxes rules on pork and poultry imports from Canada The USDA proposed on Wednesday (Aug 9) to allow imports of Canadian poultry and pork processed at plants that also handle cattle. Current regulations requires that C ...
Thursday, August 10, 2006
Canada may ban US pork due to antibiotic treatment
August 10, 2006 Canada may ban US pork due to antibiotic treatment US hog producers are facing a possible ban by Canada's health agency as it alleges that some pork shipments in the US came from animals treated with the antibiotic carbadox. ...
Monday, July 3, 2006
Canada urges South Korea to lift beef and pork tariffs in FTA talks
July 3, 2006 Canada urges South Korea to lift beef and pork tariffs in FTA talks Canada has urged South Korea to remove tariffs on beef and pork in their sixth round of free trade agreement (FTA) talks , government officials said Monday (Ju ...
Friday, January 13, 2006
Canada's pork export value predicted to drop in 2006
January 13, 2006 Canada's pork export value predicted to drop in 2006 The volume of Canadian pork exports will rise in 2006 but the value of those exports will drop, according to predictions by Canada Pork International. Factors, including ...
Wednesday, November 30, 2005
Canada to push for global pork trade liberalisation
November 30, 2005 Canada to push for global pork trade liberalisation Canada must make the most of the upcoming WTO's ministerial meeting to reinvigorate the Doha Round of trade talks towards a more liberalised and fair trade, according to ...
Tuesday, March 29, 2005
Pork producers in Manitoba, Canada have plans to diversify
March 29, 2005 Pork producers in Manitoba, Canada have plans to diversify Canada's Manitoba Pork Council is moving towards reducing dependence on the US. With about 80 percent of Manitoba's pork production shipped out of the province, expor ...
Monday, February 28, 2005
Canada third in global pork exports
February 28, 2005 Canada third in global pork exports Despite setting set a new export record in 2004, Canada's pork industry slipped to third in terms global pork exports behind the United States at second and the European Union. According ...

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