Farms.com Home   Ag Industry News

Police said pigs stolen from Stratford farm

Police said pigs stolen from Stratford farm

Theft of 44 pigs reported from Stratford, Ontario farm, though it may have occurred months ago.

By Andrew Joseph, Farms.com

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have been tasked to investigate an alleged theft of 44 pigs from a Stratford-area farm.

Although only just discovered that the pigs are missing from the farm in Huron West, northwest of Stratford, the OPP said that the incident may have occurred between March 1 and June 21, 2022, by unknown persons.

The missing 44 pigs ranged in weight between 60 and 200 pounds, and have an estimated value of $12,000.

The OPP asks for anyone with information to please come forward.


Trending Video

Are Cull Sows Fit For Transportation?

Video: Are Cull Sows Fit For Transportation?

What are the requirements to classify a sow as fit for transportation? In this episode, Dr. Kobek-Kjeldager talks about some recent research regarding cull sow welfare during that process. Since finishing pigs are quite different from sows, transportation requirements shouldn’t be the same. Watch the complete episode to understand that!
 

Comments


Your email address will not be published