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Prairie Swine Centre is an affiliate of the University of Saskatchewan


Prairie Swine Centre is grateful for the assistance of the George Morris Centre in developing the economics portion of Pork Insight.

Financial support for the Enterprise Model Project and Pork Insight has been provided by:



 
Swine Innovation Porc
Swine Innovation Porc

Swine Innovation Porc is a multi-year $9.6 million program established within the Growing Canadian Agri-Innovation Program to address the research questions of the pork industry. The objectives of Swine Innovation Porc are to facilitate research, technology transfer and commercialization initiatives designed to enhance the competitiveness and differentiation of Canada’s pork industry.

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Centred on Swine
Centred on Swine

Published twice a year this magazine features Prairie Swine Centre’s current studies and research conclusions. Individual articles in these issues of Centred on Swine are located in our PorkInsight Database.

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Electronic Newsletter
Electronic Newsletter

This newsletter is produced to keep you informed on the technical innovations in pork production. Lowering cost of production, improving productivity and ensuring an industry that is sustainable is the foundation of Prairie Swine Centre. Every two weeks we introduce or reintroduce topics that can make a difference in how you manage your business. These technical insights come from research at Prairie Swine Centre, as well as other institutions, which we have identified can make a difference to the business of producing pork in Canada.

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Swine Nutrition Guide
Swine Nutrition Guide

The objective of the Swine Nutrition Guide is to provide the reader with an easy-to-read source of practical information on the nutrition of the pig. The target audience of this publication is pork producers, workers in agribusiness and students. The common interest is information on how the pig uses nutrients, how to determine nutrient requirements and how feedstuffs can be effectively employed in the diet.

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