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Saskatchewan Pork Symposium: Audio Special Today

14 November 2012, at 9:39am

CANADA - Saskatchewan Pork Industry Symposium 2012 Audio Special has been scheduled for today (14 November, 2012).

Dr Eduardo Beltranena, a feed research scientist with Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development discusses "Moving to Heavier Market Hogs."

Feature Runs: 8:38

Dr Laurie Connor, the head of the University of Manitoba's Department of Animal Science, discusses "Sow Housing Alternatives.. Which One’s Best?"

Feature Runs: 11:17

Florian Possberg, the chair of the National Farm Animal Care Council's Pig Code Development Committee discusses "Revised Codes of Practice for the Care and Handling of Pigs: How Does it Impact Producers?"

Feature Runs: 11:04

Dr Catherine Trask, an assistant professor with the Canadian Centre for Health and Safety in Agriculture at the University of Saskatchewan discusses "Injury Prevention in Pig Barns."

Feature Runs: 9:01

To listen to these reports visit www.farmscape.ca

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