Swine Innovation Porc is a non-profit corporation committed to facilitating research in the Canadian swine sector.
Our main objective is to enhance the profitability and sustainability of the pork industry by supporting the development of the most innovative technologies that will benefit the pork value chain.

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Come Visit the Poster Session at the 2020 Porc Show
Updated November 25, 2020
 
Cash Prizes:
This year, the top three eligible posters will receive cash prizes! The winners will be announced during our free webinar “Carnosine: What is it and what are the benefits?” (see above for more details).  



UPCOMING SWINE INNOVATION PORC WEBINARS: Registration is free!
Posted November 20, 2020
 
Call for Project Ideas: Improving Animal Welfare in Canada -
Launched by Swine Innovation Porc

Posted November 6, 2020 
Swine Innovation Porc has joined forces with the Canadian Pork Council to support new research and development projects that will address specific and targeted welfare priorities. 
Researchers from academia, industry, government or not-for-profit organizations are invited to submit project ideas related to improving swine welfare and assisting the industry to address social responsibility priorities while supporting continued economic viability. 
Please find below more information about this call for project ideas as well as instructions on how to submit:   
1. Application Guidelines 
2. Application Form
Completed application forms must be sent to info@swineinnovationporc.ca. 
The deadline to submit project ideas is December 15, 2020, 4:00 pm EST (Eastern Standard Time). 
Pork Promotion and Research Agency announced
Posted November 5, 2020
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Marie Claude Bibeau has announced the establishment of a Canadian Pork Promotion and Research Agency. 
It is estimated that this agency may bring as much as $2 million in new investment in research and promotion activities for the pork sector. Swine Innovation Porc applauds this announcement and congratulates Minister Bibeau and Canadian Pork Council for their hard work in creating this new agency. 
For more information, click below to read the press releases related to this announcement:

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