The Ohio Pork Congress had the largest attendance in several years since it moved to its Columbus location.
“We’ve been blessed to have good participation over the past several years and this is a record for the last 10 or 12 years,” said Rich Deaton, Ohio Pork Council president. “We had over 500 pre-registered and that is due to the event planning committee. It just goes to show that if we get the right program and right presenters here, people will come and benefit from what they have to share.”
The event followed the Tri-State Sow Housing Conference held the previous day and the topic was a natural topic of conversation as the 2025 deadline for implementation of the Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board sow housing requirements draws closer.
“One of the things that is on our minds here in Ohio is the magic number of 2025 when the sow housing changes have to be implemented.… Continue readingRead More »