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Ontario food processors: access SODP before Dec 22, 2009

Strong Ontario food and beverage processors – particularly those located in communities that have been hardhit by the recent economic downturn – are encouraged to apply to the Southern Ontario Development Program (SODP). SODP’s food and beverage initiative includes a $20 million fund of federal interest-free loans for upgrades, expansions, or modernization of commercial food and beverage production facilities, or fund a strategy to access new markets.



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Added by Lisa McLean on December 15, 2009 at 10:18am — No Comments

$20 million fund good news for Ontario food processors

Minister Goodyear announces investment to support Ontario’s food and beverage processors



The Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) announced a $20 million investment today in Guelph that will allow food and beverage processors operating in Southern Ontario access to funds to expand, modernize, innovate and/or improve their competitiveness.



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Added by Lisa McLean on November 10, 2009 at 1:30pm — 3 Comments

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

War in Ukraine jeopardizes global food security, says Saskatchewan pork producer

A Partner with Polar Pork Farms suggests global food security is being jeopardised by the war in Ukraine.

Need for pathogen-specific diagnosis expected to increase as antibiotic use decreases

A Professor with Western College of Veterinary Medicine predicts, as the use of antibiotics decreases over the coming years, there will be a greater need to diagnose specific pathogens.

Saskatchewan pork sector, government & wildlife groups collaborating to address feral pigs

The pork sector, government and wildlife groups in Saskatchewan have come together to address the feral pig situation before it reaches the level seen in other parts of the world.

Keeping Canadian grain moving

The Canadian ag sector has come up with a four-point plan to keep grain moving

Intrauterine Vaccination Offers Safer Less Stressful Alternative to Needles

A Postdoctoral fellow with the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization suggests intrauterine vaccination of sows and gilts offers a safer alternative to needles for swine barn workers that's less stressful for the pigs.

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