LSC 2020 cancelled. See you in 2021!
March 30 & 31

With the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation, the LSC Planning Committee has decided that we will not proceed with LSC 2020.

Thanks to our loyal sponsors, registrants and speakers for standing by us through the decision making process. Our industry continues to be strong together. The LSC planning committee wishes good health to all!

UPDATE:

"Tectonic Shifts in Global Protein Markets: What Does it Mean for Us?! - With Some Thoughts on the Impact for Meat of the Covid-19 Pandemic".

This video presentation by Dr. David Hughes, Emeritus Professor of Food Marketing at Imperial College London and Visiting Professor at the Royal Agricultural University, UK, was intended for the 2020 London Swine Conference. Dr. Hughes offers his timely insights on the global protein market and has kindly added some additional thoughts on COVID-19.

LSC 2020 cancelled. See you in 2021!
March 30 & 31

With the rapidly changing COVID-19 situation, the LSC Planning Committee has decided that we will not proceed with LSC 2020.

Thanks to our loyal sponsors, registrants and speakers for standing by us through the decision making process. Our industry continues to be strong together. The LSC planning committee wishes good health to all!

UPDATE:
"Tectonic Shifts in Global Protein Markets: What Does it Mean for Us?! -
With Some Thoughts on the Impact for Meat of the Covid-19 Pandemic".

This video presentation by Dr. David Hughes, Emeritus Professor of Food Marketing at Imperial College London and Visiting Professor at the Royal Agricultural University, UK, was intended for the 2020 London Swine Conference. Dr. Hughes offers his timely insights on the global protein market and has kindly added some additional thoughts on COVID-19. Click this link to view on the LSC YouTube channel:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vL6Q70oD2Y8
Founding Partners

Driven by our shared passion

The London Swine Conference began in 2001, and continues as a joint effort of the University of Guelph, Ontario Pork, the Ontario Pork Industry Council and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food and Ministry of Rural Affairs.

Its main aim is to provide a forum for the exchange of credible, science-based information for decision makers and influencers in the pork industry, to encourage the exchange and adoption of knowledge for the betterment of the industry.

Premier Sponsors

The planning committee extends their thanks to Premier Sponsors: Better Pork Magazine, Farm Credit Canada, Total Swine Genetics Inc. and, Zantingh Direct Inc.

The support of these and over 30 additional industry sponsors make it possible for LSC to continue as a premier education event for the swine industry in Ontario, Canada.

We are very fortunate and appreciative of all the support from our premier sponsors.
Andrea De Groot, OPIC

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