Ontario Pork AGM is March 21-22. Reserve your spot.
GUELPH – Ontario Pork is proud to celebrate Canada’s Agriculture Day with the launch of The Whole Hog. The book is a collection of pork recipes, stories and tips gathered from people who work across Ontario’s food supply chain. The 200-page book highlights local food and is designed for anyone who yearns for everyday sustainability.
Swine Health Area and Regional Control — colloquially known as SHARC — is a collaborative tool to help producers anticipate and avoid disease risks to their herd.
Ontario Pork will launch a new, modern Pig Mobile educational trailer at the Royal Winter Fair in November
Got a great story to tell about your role raising or caring for pigs? Ontario Pork’s new Hambassador program helps connect animal experts with curious consumers at events across Ontario.
Over the past several months, Ontario Pork has compiled an extensive collection of stories and recipes from people across the pork supply chain from farmers and truckers to retail workers and chefs.
When Lindsay-area hog farmer Todd Malcolm learned that local food banks needed help, he didn’t hesitate to offer support from the local pork producers’ association, where he serves as president.
This summer, Ontario Pork, Swine Health Ontario (SHO) and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) are working jointly to assist producers in developing their on-farm emergency plans.
The Ontario Pork Board of Directors is pleased to announce that John de Bruyn will continue as the Chair for the next term; Maaike Campbell will serve as Vice-Chair.
December 29, 2020 – Food programs across Ontario will be able to help more people this holiday season thanks to more than $55,000 in donations made on behalf of the province’s pork producers.