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The 37th Annual Ontario Pork Congress

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The 37th Annual Ontario Pork Congress

Time: June 22, 2010 to June 23, 2010
Location: Stratford Rotary Complex
Street: 323 McCarthy Rd,
City/Town: Stratford
Website or Map: http://www.porkcongress.on.ca…
Event Type: pork, congress
Organized By: Ontario Pork
Latest Activity: Jun 18, 2010

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The 37th Annual Ontario Pork Congress

GOLD EVENT -2010

New Time, Date & Location

Tuesday, June 22 & Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Stratford Rotary Complex, 323 McCarthy Rd, Stratford
(Site of the Ontario Pork Congress)

9:15 a.m. - Registration & Full Buffet Breakfast

9:45 – 11:15 a.m. – Program

Cost Control in the Barn
Simple yet effective ways to reduce daily costs in the barn
Dr. Kevin Vilaca (Tuesday only)
...or...
Top 6 Questions Asked by Producers
Answers to current issues facing producers
Dr. Brent Jones (Wednesday only)

Producer Profile- What Have We Learned
Lessons learned managing a large sow operation
Maaike Campbell, Manager, Birnam Pork, Lambton County

The Evolution of Swine Husbandry:
Then, Now and the Future

What might the new standards mean when raising pigs?
Kathy Zurbrigg, OMAFRA

This “by invitation only” event, includes full breakfast buffet, speaker presentations and entrance to the Ontario Pork Congress

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Comment by AgOntario on June 18, 2010 at 8:52am
Come visit us at the OPIC/OSHAB Booth at the Ontario Pork Congress and enter a draw to win up to $1,000 for construction or improvement of a Danish Entry system or supplies.



OSHAB promotes the use of a Danish entry as a low cost, effective way to improve your on-farm biosecurity and reduce your risk of PRRSV transmission and indeed, the mechanical transmission of many other diseases as well. We’d like to give you a chance to win up to $1,000 towards the development or upgrade of a Danish Entry on your farm or to purchase supplies for your current Danish entry system.



If you are a service provider, we encourage you to provide your producer customers with this information – a great opportunity to improve on-farm biosecurity.



Lori Moser

OPIC Managing Director

PO Box 98

Stratford , ON N5A 6S8

Office: 519-684-6805

Cell: 519-577-OPIC (6742)

Fax: 519-272-2215

www.opic.on.ca
Comment by AgOntario on April 13, 2010 at 9:48am
Pork Week in Stratford

For a complete list of the week's events, click here:
http://www.porkcongress.on.ca/events.php?id=286

The City of Stratford has designated June 20th through the 26th as PORK WEEK IN STRATFORD, and will celebrate the 37th Annual Ontario Pork Congress by flying the OPC flag high above City Hall, in recognition of its contribution to the agricultural community in specific, and the economy of Stratford and surrounding area in general.

Also, we would like to thank the following restaurants which will be offering Ontario pork specials that week.

Demetre's in Stratford
Kelsey's in Stratford
Madelyn's Diner in Stratford
The Queen's Inn in Stratford
Quehl's in Tavistock
Rosie's Diner in Shakespeare
The Westover Inn in St. Marys
Woolfy's in St. Marys

And remember, the Ontario Pork Congress is now located at the Rotary Complex at 353 McCarthy Road, west off County Road 119 near the northern entrance to Stratford.

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