Reports & Publications

You’ll find important and relevant information on a wide variety of aspects relating to the swine sector in the following reports and publications.

Embracing a Sustainable Future: Acting Locally, Thinking Globally: A copy of Manitoba Pork’s 2011 green plan with 82 commitments on improving Manitoba’s hog sustainability. Click here for a summarized version of the full report. Note that both of these documents are in the process of being updated.

Environmental Sustainability and Hog Production in Manitoba: (Manitoba Clean Environment Commission, 2007, 188 pages) A comprehensive report on the swine sector in Manitoba in 2006-07, which concluded that the sector was sustainable and made recommendations to government on improving the sector’s environmental sustainability.

The Dirt on Pigs and the Environment: A pamphlet on the environmental practices of Canadian hog producers. Note: a new publication on pig manure and the environment is pending.

Pig Tales: A pamphlet for kids on how pigs are raised in Manitoba.

Swine Production and Greenhouse Gases: A report from Quebec on greenhouse gases and hog production, as well as the successful efforts being made to reduce GHGs.

What to do and what not to do about phosphorus in Agro-Manitoba – the science: A copy of a report from S.C. Sheppard, noted soil scientist, de-bunking some of the myths about phosphorus and manure in Manitoba soils.

Farm Practices Guidelines for Pig Producers in Manitoba  April 2007

Finding Common Ground: Sustainable Livestock Development in Manitoba – December 2000

Basic Shelterbelt Establishment Guidelines for Prairie Livestock Facilities (Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada)

We are part of the solution: Click on the links below to view videos about the work we do to protect the environment. Click here to read the brochure.

Note: A new publication on pigs and odour mitigation is being developed and will be posted on this webpage when it is complete.

Manitoba Pork represents 624 Manitoba hog farms

Manitoba Pork

Manitoba Pork’s office at 28 Terracon Place is open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, closed from 12:00 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. for lunch. As much as possible, please contact by emailing or phoning in requests for information, ear tags, and other resources. Contact us by phone, fax, email or regular mail.

Tel: 204-237-7447
Fax: 204-237-9831
24-hour Emergency Contact Line: 1-833-310-0108

28 Terracon Place
Winnipeg, MB, Canada
R2J 4G7