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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

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  • Day for Bees and Agriculture

    August 20, 2014 from 1pm to 4pm – Osprey Bluffs Honey Company Final%20Bee%20poster.jpg Day for Bees and Agriculture - Hosted by Grey Ag Services; The Independent Commercial Beekeepers Organization; and Georgian Soil and Crop Improvement Assoc. at Osprey Bluffs Organized by Hosted by Grey Ag Services; The Independent Commercial Beekeepers Organization; and Georgian Soil and Crop Improvement Assoc. | Type: educational

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Agriculture Headlines from Farms.com Canada East News - click on title for full story

The Canadian Pork Council celebrates launch of new Indo-Pacific Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada office in Manila, Philippines

Event marks a milestone for Canadian agriculture, Canadian pork industries’ global outreach

Government of Canada announces investment to further strengthen Canada’s position in the global pork sector

Canada’s pork industry is an economic powerhouse, employing tens of thousands of Canadians and contributing billions to Canada’s GDP. As the global demand for pork continues to increase, producers need access to the latest research and technologies to ensure they can get their high-quality products to grocery store shelves in Canada and around the world.

Researchers Explore Potential of Using Yeast in Feed to Displace Antibiotics

Researchers with VIDO are exploring the potential of using modified brewer's yeast in place of antibiotics in the rations of young piglets

Swine Cluster 4 Research Initiative Officially Launched

The Government of Canada, Swine Innovation Porc and their research partners have officially launched the Swine Cluster 4 research program.

APP Serotype 15 Capable of Surviving Colder Temperatures than Previously Thought

Research funded by the Swine Health Information Center has shown Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae serotype 15 is capable of surviving colder temperatures than previously thought.Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae is a bacterial infection that results in coughing, high fever, respiratory distress and high mortality.

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