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Farmer Profile: Stan and Mary Ann Found

  • 8 November 2016
  • Author: Ontario Pork
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Farmer Profile: Stan and Mary Ann Found
Meet the Founds. Stan and Mary Ann farm near Oshawa, Ontario, raising livestock and growing crops. We asked the farming couple the following serious—and not-so-serious—questions about farming, pork, and life in general. Take a look!

How to identify an economical cut of pork

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  • 8 November 2016
  • Author: Ontario Pork
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How to identify an economical cut of pork

Pork is an economical meat choice. Find out more about how to get the most value out of your pork.

The Perfect Charcuterie Board

Recipe Video

  • 8 November 2016
  • Author: Ontario Pork
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The Perfect Charcuterie Board
Learn how to make the perfect charcuterie board. Remember to include something crunchy, something salty and something sweet along with your smoked and cured pork.

Free Webinar: Pork market analysis and grocery retail trends

Dr. Brynn Winegard and Kevin Grier

  • 31 October 2016
  • Author: Ontario Pork
  • Number of views: 1120
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Free Webinar: Pork market analysis and grocery retail trends

Pork price stability appears to be in the rear-view mirror

Kevin Grier

  • 6 September 2016
  • Author: Ontario Pork
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Pork price stability appears to be in the rear-view mirror
One of the characteristics of the pork market during the first half of this year was the relative stability in pricing and supply. This was a relief, if not very unusual after the wild rides of 2014 and 2015. Recall that in 2014 no one really knew the real supply impact of the PED outbreak in the U.S. For the most part, the industry seemed to be always on the short side of demand and of expectations. That meant that the industry was usually short of hogs and pork and pricing reacted by exploding to record highs.

Farmer Profile: Jake Kraayenbrink

  • 6 September 2016
  • Author: Ontario Pork
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Farmer Profile: Jake Kraayenbrink

Having the right mindset and a can-do attitude are critical attributes for success in any type of business. In the agri-food world, it often makes all the difference. When you’re able to turn risk into opportunity and transform what was once perceived as waste into a valuable commodity, you can literally strike “black gold”.

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