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Hog Outlook: Canadian Hog Herd Larger
US - Statistics Canada says the Canadian hog herd on July 1 was 1.5 per cent larger than a year ago and their breeding herd was up 1 per cent. Despite a larger sow herd, Canadian producers say they will farrow 1.4 per cent fewer sows in the third
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Major Project for Canadian Hog Industry
CANADA - Jacques Gourde, Member of Parliament for Lotbinière-Chutes-de-la-Chaudière, and Pierre Corbeil, Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, announced the allocation of $500,000 to the Fédération des producteurs de porcs du Québec (FPPQ
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Canadian Hog Producer Optimism on the Rise
CANADA - Optimism among hog producers is on the rise. In 2011 three quarters of hog producers (75 per cent) agree that their farm or business will be better off five years from now, according to a new survey by Canada's federal agriculture lender
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Canadian Hog Statistics - Third Quarter 2011
Fewer hogs were exported in October 2011 than in the same month last year, according to the latest quarterly report from Statistics Canada. .newtable { background-color:#ffffcc;font-family:Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;border-top:1px solid gray;border
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US and Canadian Hog Inventory Up One Per Cent
US & CANADA - United States and Canadian inventory of all hogs and pigs for September 2011 was up one per cent from September 2010. United States and Canadian inventory of all hogs and pigs for September 2011 was 78.6 million head. This was up one pe
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US and Canadian Hog Inventory up One Per Cent
US & CANADA - The combined US and Canadian hog inventory up one per cent on 1 June from the same date a year previously. United States and Canadian inventory of all hogs and pigs for June 2011 was 76.9 million head. This was up one per cent from June
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Canadian Hog Statistics – Second Quarter 2011
There were marginally fewer hogs on Canadian farms on 1 July this year than on the same date in 2010, while the sow inventory was 1.1 per cent lower, according to the latest quarterly report from Statistics Canada. Highlights Canadian hog producers
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US and Canadian Hog Inventory Up One Per Cent
US - This publication is a result of a joint effort by Statistics Canada and the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) to release the total inventories of hogs, breeding, market hogs, sows farrowed and pig crop for both countries wit
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Canadian Hog Statistics - First Quarter 2011
By Statistics Canada. There were 1.4 per cent fewer hogs on Canadian farms on 1 April this year than on the same date in 2010, while the sow inventory was more–or–less unchanged. Highlights As of 1 April 2011, Canadian hog producers reported 11.
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Canadian Hog Statistics - Fourth Quarter 2010
By Statistics Canada. The numbers of pigs produced in 2010 and of sows on 1 January this year in Canada were lower than the comparable figures from a year previously but there is some evidence that the declines are slowing considerably. Highlights H
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US and Canadian Hog Inventory Down One Per Cent
US - This publication is a result of a joint effort by Statistics Canada and the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) to release the total inventories of hogs, breeding, market hogs, sows farrowed and pig crop for both countries wit
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CME: ASF in Russia; Canadian Hog Inventory
US - A follow-up to last week’s item regarding African Swine Fever in Russia — the big issues are location and spread of the disease to feral pig populations, write Steve Meyer and Len Steiner. Those factors, according the Iowa State Extension V
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CME: Canadian Hog Industry Still in Contraction Mode
US - Statistics Canada released on Thursday, 28 October, the results of its quarterly survey of Canadian hog operations, write Steve Meyer and Len Steiner. The data confirmed what we have observed for some time: the Canadian hog industry remains i
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US and Canadian Hog Inventory Down Two Per Cent
US - This publication is a result of a joint effort by Statistics Canada and the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) to release the total inventories of hogs, breeding, market hogs, sows farrowed and pig crop for both countries wit
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Canadian Hog Statistics - Third Quarter 2010
By Statistics Canada. There were just 0.8 per cent fewer pigs in Canada on 1 October 2010 than one year previously but the number of breeding females was down more than four per cent. Both domestic slaughter and hog exports were significantly lower i
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US and Canadian Hog Inventory Down Three Per Cent
US - This publication is a result of a joint effort by Statistics Canada and the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) to release the total inventories of hogs, breeding, market hogs, sows farrowed, and pig crop for both countries wi
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Canadian Hog Statistics - Second Quarter 2010
By Statistics Canada. There were 2.4 per cent fewer pigs in Canada on 1 July 2010 than one year previously and the number of breeding females was down almost five per cent. The number of farms with pigs declined by more than 10 per cent over the same
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CME: Canadian Hog and Pig Inventory Lower in 2010
US - Statistics Canada released on 27 April, the results of its quarterly survey of Canadian hog producing operations, writes Steve Meyer and Len Steiner. As expected, the survey continued to show that Canadian hog producers remain in a contraction
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Canadian Hog Statistics - First Quarter 2010
By Statistics Canada. In the survey on 1 April, producers reported two per cent total pigs on farm than a year previously, and 5.7 per cent fewer sows, continuing the decline in the Canadian pig population. Slaughter numbers have remained steady for
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US and Canadian Hog Inventory Down Two Per Cent
US - This publication is a result of a joint effort by Statistics Canada and the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) to release the total inventories of hogs, breeding, market hogs, sows farrowed, and pig crop for both countries w
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Canadian Hog Statistics - Fourth Quarter 2009
By Statistics Canada. Canada's January hog inventory is the lowest it has been in twelve years. Also, a steady decline in the country's breeding herd has been marked since 2005. .newtable { background-color: #ffffcc; font-
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Canadian Hog Farmers Take Cash to Slash Herds
CANADA - Canadian farmers have agreed to cut their herds by almost 66,000 sows and nearly 396,000 total pigs over the next three years after claiming close to half of the government money available to shrink production. Reuters reports that the downs
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Canadian Hog Statistics - Third Quarter 2009
Canadian producers had 7.1 per cent fewer pigs on farm on 1 October 2009 than a year previously, and the breeding herd was down 4.4 per cent, according to the latest quarterly report from Statistics Canada. Over the quarter, the number of pigs export
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US and Canadian Hog Inventory Down Three Per Cent
US - This publication is a result of a joint effort by Statistics Canada and NASS to release the total hogs, breeding, market hogs, sows farrowed, and pig crop for both countries within one publication. US and Canadian inventory of all hogs and pi
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US and Canadian Hog Inventory Down 3 Per Cent
US - This publication is a result of a joint effort by Statistics Canada and NASS to release the total hogs, breeding, market hogs, sows farrowed, and pig crop for both countries within one publication. This information was requested by the US hog in
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