Centralia Swine Research Update
Swine Research Update started in 1982. The goal of this
one-day event is to provide short, concise updates on current
research projects in the area of swine production, with one
feature speaker on a particular topic of interest to the industry.
It is an annual event held the last Wednesday in January at
the Kirkton-Woodham Community Centre in Kirkton.
Swine Research Update Proceedings
London Swine Conference
The London Swine
Conference features internationally renowned speakers who
are recognized authorities in their field. Through presentations,
panel discussions and breakout sessions, these speakers explore
current and emerging issues and technologies that are relevant
to commercial pork production. The objectives of this two-day
conference are to provide a platform to speed up the implementation
of new technologies in commercial pork production in Ontario
and to facilitate the exchange of ideas within the swine industry.
The founding partners of the conference are Ontario Pork, the
University of Guelph, and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture,
Food and Rural Affairs.
Swine Conference Proceedings
South Western Ontario Pork Conference
The South Western Ontario Pork Conference will celebrate its
50th Anniversary in 2012. The mission of the South Western Ontario
Pork Conference is to provide informative presentations to the
benefit of producers and sponsor networking with producers.
This one-day annual event will be held at University of Guelph
Ridgetown Campus in February of each year.
For more information contact the Ag. Business Centre
Ontario Swine Research Review
The annual Ontario Swine Research Review is a compilation of
one-page summaries of pork research projects carried out during
the year at the University of Guelph and Ridgetown College and
at Agriculture Canada stations across Canada. The objective
of this publication is to give the reader an overview of research
being conducted in Ontario and at the federal research stations
across Canada. Many of the projects outlined in this publication
are funded in part by Ontario pork producers through Ontario
To get a copy of the Ontario Swine Research Review, contact:
Rhonda Alger, OMAFRA Research Programs Administrator
Ontario Pork Research in Action - Pigs,
Pork and Progress
The annual Ontario Swine Research Review was replaced in 2004
with Pigs, Pork and Progress - Ontario Pork Research in Action.
This publication is a compilation of short summaries of pork
research projects carried out during the year at the University
of Guelph and Ridgetown College and at Agriculture Canada stations
across Canada. The objective of this publication is to promote
dialogue, understanding and communication about research accomplishments
and activity funded by Ontario Pork.
To get a hard copy of Pigs, Pork and Progress - Ontario Pork
Research in Action, contact:
Jean Howden, Ontario Pork Research Co-ordinator