Feds invest in Manitoba hog research
May 24, 2012 by Brandon Sun
May 24, 2012 – Two research projects announced recently could help Manitoba hog producers keep clean air in the barns, and better use manure on fields.
More than $200,000 will be invested by the federal government in the projects. Most of the money — more than $150,000 — will go towards helping to improve the air quality of swine barns. A second investment of more than $57,000 will be used to conduct a comparative study of cropping systems to promote use of swine manure on Manitoba farms. READ MORE
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