Canadian pork producers were on hand this afternoon to hear Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau speak about the efforts put forth by the federal government to prevent African swine fever (ASF) from entering Canada. Minister Bibeau also announced new funding for detector dogs at Canadian international airports.Read More
Today, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, announced new funding of up to $31 million to increase the number of detector dogs at Canadian airports to help prevent illegally imported meat products from entering into Canada.Read More
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is currently monitoring the spread of African Swine Fever (ASF) in parts of Asia and Europe. This is a serious and deadly disease affecting pigs in which there is no vaccine or cure.Read More
Canadian pork producers coast to coast were pleased to learn that the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) legislation has been introduced in the House of Commons today. The implementation bill introduced by Minister Champagne follows his tabling of the full text of the agreement on May 23, 2018.Read More
The Board of Directors and staff are pleased to announce that effective May 22, 2018 Ravneet Kaur, MSc joins Sask Pork as Producer Services Manager.Read More
Government of Canada Announces $2 million to Study Animal WelfareRead More
Sask Pork is pleased to announce its 2017-19 Board of Directors.Read More
Effective immediately, pigs moved to an auction or assembly yard – collectively referred to as “intermediate sites” – can be identified with PigTRACE ear tags bearing a farm’s 5-digit herdmark, regardless of their next destination.