Swine Traceability News
News published on February 21, 2006:
All New Zealand pork producers will be required to complete an Animal Status Declaration (ASD) when moving pigs within New Zealand as well as when sending them for slaughter as from 1 March this year.
New Zealand Pork
News published on October 13, 2005:
A team representing the Canadian Pork Council's Hog Traceability working group has completed the first of two rounds of consultations on a proposed national swine traceability system.
The first round involv...
News published on September 22, 2005:
The Canadian Pork Council has kicked off the first round of consultations on a proposed national swine traceability system.
Over the next three weeks representatives of the provincial pork organizations wil...
News published on August 23, 2005:
Starting next month Canadian swine producers will be given the opportunity to examine the first draft of a proposed national swine traceability system. The system, which is being developed by the Canadian Pork ...
News published on August 17, 2005:
The Canadian Pork Council reports the business plan for a national swine traceability system is now very close to complete.
The Canadian Pork Council's Hog Traceability Working Group is in the final stages o...
News published on August 16, 2005:
Stakeholders within the Canadian swine industry will have the opportunity to provide input on a draft blueprint for a national traceability system this fall.
The Canadian Pork Council's Hog Traceability Wor...
News published on December 22, 2004:
The Canadian Pork Council says a blueprint for a national hog identification and traceability system will be ready for industry consultation within the first half of 2005.
Last week the CPC's National Hog I...
Manitoba Pork Council
News published on December 9, 2004:
The introduction of the General Food Law Regulations in the European Union requires all business operators in the European food and feed sectors to select and implement their own traceability system. This oblig...
Dutch Meat Board
News published on November 22, 2004:
Maple Leaf Foods Inc. has adopted a method for tracking its pork products with DNA, a safety system that should be adopted by the Canadian meat industry, chief executive Michael McCain said Monday.
News published on November 19, 2004:
Armidale's Agricultural Business Research Institute (ABRI) has signed off on one of the biggest strategic alliances in its history expected to create a major business opportunity through the development and glo...