SwineCast 0193 for April 20 2007
World of contrasts - cloning to produce insulin but not for food
Corn/Soy production costs up significantly
Global warming and carbon sequestration - money in your pocket?
Quality System Verification Program overview
Canadian Quality Assurance
Link to Pork Management Conference Brochur
SwineCast 0190 for April 6 2007
on 8 skills of people who perform.
Impact of birthweight on grower performance
Immigration update with John Wargowski.
I-9 Form information.
Pork Management Conference Brochure
Changes in the Canadian Swine Industry with Dr.
SwineCast 0186 for March 23 2007
European ammonia conference
calls DDGs "not environmentally friendly".
Update on DDGs inclusion considerations with Dr. Gerald Shurson.
Link to UMN DDGs website.
Canadian Pork Producers concerned with government's trade protection policies in other areas.
New internet technology can turn copper wire broadband into super highway.
View of global genetic development with Dr.
SwineCast 0183 for March 13 2007
Legislators working to remove references to manure from CERCLA legislation.
Withholding taxes on farm payments on the books. Can they get it changed?
Canadian trade mission to the U.S. Looking at trade from both sides, now.
SwineCast 0177 February 20, 2007
Dr. Larry Martin of the George Morris Centre discusses the impact of U.S. ethanol policies on Canadian swine producers.
Likely grain market scenarios with Bill Holbrook of Holbrook Consulting.
SwineCast 0174 February 9, 2007
10 minute e. Coli test
under development at Drexel University
Canadian BSE update from U.S.D.A.
Dr. John Harding with an update on Circovirus in Canada
A swine veterinarian's Christmas Wish List for 2007.
New company unveiled at World Ag Expo
seeks to monetize dairy manu
SwineCast 0170 for January 26, 2007
President Bush supports biofuels in State of the Union address.
and two days later connects with officials at DuPont to acknowledge the stress this policy is placing on livestock producers.
Canadian think tank George Morris Centre president Larry Martin looks at the effects of current ethanol policies.
What feeding substitutes to corn are available and what problems may they present? Dr.
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