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Event Details

Big Bug Day

Time: October 20, 2016 from 9:30am to 4pm
Location: Arden Park Hotel
City/Town: Stratford
Website or Map: https://southwestvets.ca/
Phone: 519-272-1532
Event Type: open, discussion
Organized By: OntAG Admin
Latest Activity: Sep 28, 2016

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Event Description

Attention Ontario producers and industry partners – we want to hear from you!

  1. Introduction – Dr. Marty Misener, OSHAB Chair
  2. Swine Health Ontario Comments
  3. An Analysis of Cost and Production in a Sow System with Endemic PEDv - Smithfield plans to eliminate PED from their 60,000 sow base – Dr. Whitney Lincoln, Smithfield
  4. The costs of PED in the Sunterra System and Biosecurity Tips to Keep PED Out – Ben Keeble and Mark Chambers, Sunterra Farms

    Lunch

    Please note that we respectfully request no media after lunch to allow an open discussion between industry partners

  5. Sector discussions on challenges and solutions faced as we work to eliminate PED from Ontario and develop a better swine health strategy for Ontario. Focused on challenges and solutions for
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  • ü      processors
  • ü      transport/assembly
  • ü      feed


    Please pre-register with Donna Kaczmarczyk by Oct 17th  

    Phone:  519-272-1532
    E-mail: dkaczmarczyk@southwestvets.ca

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