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Saskatchewan Pork Producer Meeting, April 5

Friday, April 5

Swift Current, Saskatchewan

Kinetic Park, Stampede Room

Pallsier Pavillion

Time: 11:00 a.m.- 4 p.m.


11:00.a.m.      Registration

11:30 a.m.     Lunch

12:00 p.m.     Opening Comments

1:00 p.m.       Nutrition Management of Pigs up to 56 days of Age,  Denise Beaulieu – Prairie Swine Centre

1:45 p.m.       Feed Efficiency Tools: Past, Present and Future,  Isabelle Moreau – Elanco Animal Health

2:30 p.m.      Considerations for Conversion: What does the Science Say About Effective Group Housing Conversions?,  Yolande Seddon – Prairie Swine Centre

3:15 p.m.      Elanco Corporate Affairs update: Global and Local Issues,  Marta Haley – Elanco Animal Health

Special Breakout Session highlighting Swine Innovation Porc research

3:45 p.m.      Enhancing Profitability Through (Swine) Innovation,  Ken Engele – Swine Innovation Porc

4:15  p.m.     Closing Comments

To register for this seminar, please contact

Abel Lopez, Elanco Animal Health


Phone: (306) 280-0240

Source: Prairieswine

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