Will this change anything?
It be up to the producers, Iet's look at it the positive way.
Profitability is not just Ont. Pork or the packers. We have to deal with all kinds of marketing situations infuenced by provincial and US and world trade policies.
On top of that there are the health issues and regulation in the use of medicine.
The good time was when we had acces to chloraphenicol this is some twenty years ago I can't even spell it any more
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