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  • OPACA Shop-talk: Hay day

    December 16, 2020 from 10:30am to 12pm – Online The closest thing to kicking tires this year...  We'll hear about all the latest & greatest rakes, mergers & tedders.  Dry hay or forage, we're talking grass and how to grow more in Ontario. Organized by Ontario Professional Agri-Contractors Association | Type: online, shop, meeting

December 17Thursday

  • OPACA Shop-talk: Digital day

    December 17, 2020 from 10:30am to 12pm – Online Join us to meet some digital tools for farmers & contractors, and a discussion about how ag apps could work for you. Making the most out of JD Op Centre, managing fleets and invoicing. Join us on Organized by Ontario Professional Agri-Contractors Association | Type: online, shop, meeting

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

High Inclusion of Highly Ground Pea Starch in Diets Increases Risk of Gastric Ulcers in Pigs

Research conducted by the Western College of Veterinary Medicine suggests the inclusion of high levels of highly ground pea starch in the rations of pigs will heighten the risk of gastric ulcers.

U.S. Pork Producers Encouraged to Enroll in the Secure Pork Supply Continuity of Business Plan

The Director of Swine Health with the National Pork Board is encouraging U.S. pork producers to enrol in the Secure Pork Supply Plan.

Specific Compounds Secreted in the Gut Offer Early Indicator of Gut Health Issues

Researchers with the Western College of Veterinary Medicine are assessing compounds secreted in the gut that offer the potential to be used as an early indicator of developing gut health issues

Minister Hutchings named to government services task force

Canadians are waiting upwards of five hours for passports in some locations

NPPC Plans More Aggressive Proactive Approach to Advocating on Behalf of Pork Producers

The President-Elect of the National Pork Producers Council says, under the organization's new strategic plan, U.S. pork producers will see a more aggressive proactive approach as it represents their interests on issues ranging from Foreign Animal Disease to the Farm Bill

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