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London Swine Conference 2011

by 5m Editor
9 August 2011, at 12:00am

The London Swine Conference 2010 was held in London, Ontario, Canada on 30-31 March 2011. The theme of the meeting was Exploring the Future.

London Swine Conference 2011

To see the papers, click on the link at the end of this article.

Regaining our Share

  • Lessons, Opportunities and Challenges – Bob Hunsberger

  • Demanding Consumers versus Conventional Agriculture – Mike A. Varley

Beyond the New Normal

  • A Revolution in Pork Production – Augusto Heck

  • Managing Volatility – Justin Roelofs

Adding Value

  • Failure to Thrive – Alex Ramirez

  • Value-Added Pork Production: What Strategies are Working Today? – Gary Huber

The Road Ahead

  • Rethinking Pig Barn Design – Larry D. Jacobson

  • Pressure on Conventional Agriculture – Suzanne T. Millman

Break-Out Sessions

  • Quality Meat Packers’ Brand Stories – Jim Gracie

  • Branding Canadian Pork – Defining Consumer Wants – Anita Ivanauskas

  • Maximising the Nutritional Value of Feedstuffs – Mike A. Varley

  • Maximising the Value of Feedstuffs – Jay Squire

  • Euthanasia – Suzanne T. Millman

  • Reducing Distress in Swine: Why, When and How – Tim Blackwell

  • Energy Management – Robert Chambers

  • Ventilation Management – Harry Huffman

  • Energy and Ventilation Management Issues in US Pig Buildings – Larry D. Jacobson

  • Looking Beyond Production Benchmarking – Justin Roelofs

  • Looking Beyond Production Benchmarking – Randy Duffy

  • Immunocastration in Swine: A Practical Approach – Augusto Heck

  • The Nutrition and Economics of Feeding Entire Males – Neil S. Ferguson

  • Dealing with Post-Weaning Diseases – Alex Ramirez

  • Dealing with Post-Weaning Diseases –Steven Wolfgram

  • Selling Pigs to Market Pork – Martin and Teresa Van Raay

  • Changing Their Model: the Iowa Food Cooperative – Gary Huber

  • Willowgrove Hill DHA/EPA Omega-3 Pork Marketing – Paul Hill

Further Reading

- You can view the complete proceedings by clicking here.

August 2011