Looking to fill 40+ paid Pig Mobile shifts at CNE (Aug 19 - Sept 5). Sign up today.
From August 19 to September 5, Ontario Pork looking to fill more than 70 Pig Mobile shifts at the Canadian National Exhibition – our largest single outreach event of the year. We’re also looking for experienced herds people able to provide animal care.
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.
GUELPH, ONTARIO (May 11, 2022) – They call it Hog Town for a reason – Ontario-grown pork has been part of the fabric of Toronto since its earliest days. Today, Ontario Pork is proud to announce that it has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Toronto FC.
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.
Read the 2021 Corporate Profile and see what Ontario Pork accomplished last year.
There are 3 steams of CAP funding available to pork producers to improve on-farm biosecurity and deadstock management.