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Oliver Haan on the state of Ontario Pork producers

This video is from Prince Edward County in Eastern Ontario:

 

 

 

 

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Oliver Haan, district Board Director for the Ontario Pork Association speaks about the current market of pig farming in Eastern Ontario, during the International Pig Day Press event held at Buddha Dog in Picton. International Pig Day will take place Monday, March 1st.

This video I found posted on You Tube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlRyrC1KR10&feature=player_embed...
Thanks to Oliver for doing this video. We all have to be responsible for getting our stories out there and make a connection with the consuming public. They need to be made aware what is happening to their local food supply.

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