Canada - One third of Saskatchewan pork producers now enrolled in animal care assessment program

The Saskatchewan Pork Development Board estimates a third of the province's pork producers have already been validated under the Canadian pork industry's Animal Care Assessment program.
Friday 6 May 2011 (7 years 15 days ago)
The Saskatchewan Pork Development Board estimates a third of the province's pork producers have already been validated under the Canadian pork industry's Animal Care Assessment program.

The Animal Care Assessment program is a written set of protocols that help focus the attention of pork producers on animal care.
Effective January 1, 2012 completion of the ACA requirements will become a mandatory component of Canadian Quality Assurance, the Canadian pork industry's on-farm food safety program.

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