Manitoba’s hog sector continues to enhance economic strength province-wide, creating jobs in rural communities while producing high-quality and affordable protein.

Rural areas like Neepawa, Roblin, Killarney, and Notre Dame de Lourdes are being revitalized with new jobs while schools, daycares, churches, and recreational centres are welcoming new members.

Since 2017, there have been over 20 new barn sites or barn expansions developed in Manitoba, with several others currently in the planning or provincial government’s environmental review stage. This represents over $100 million in private investment in rural Manitoba. New barns are designed, built and managed to the highest standards, with consideration given to shelterbelts and ventilation to help mitigate odour concerns.

In the coming years, with the support of fellow rural Manitobans, provincial pork producers are prepared to invest upwards of $2 billion in the hog sector, creating jobs and raising the economic wealth of rural communities and of all Manitobans.

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Manitoba Pork represents 614 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. However, please minimize person-to-person 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

28 Terracon Place
Winnipeg, MB, Canada
R2J 4G7