Teachers are you looking to add agriculture into your classroom studies? Ontario Pork and AgScape have developed pig farming specific curriculum for grades 5-6, 7-8 and 9-10. Download the teacher's guide today.
Can’t get out to see our famous Pig Mobile or want to learn more about cooking delicious Ontario pork? Check out Ontario Pork's online interactive resources for education and cooking. Learn about how pigs are raised in Ontario and how to cook pork properly. ExperienceOntarioPork.com is computer, tablet and mobile friendly!
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The Pig Mobile is a glassed-in traveling display unit that holds a sow and piglets as well as other pigs at various stages of development. It allows the students to see pigs up close without the biosecurity concerns of an on-farm visit.
You have questions. We have answers. From animals to the environment, hormones to healthy eating, we set the record straight on pork and pigs.
This handy 1-page full colour chart shows the 4-stage cycle of what happens with pig poop, or manure, from storage to farmers' fields to fertilizing crops like corn, which is then used to feed pigs before the entire process repeats. It also highlights some facts about just how much "pig poop" is created and used at the various steps along the way.
On the back, "Everything But The Oink" shows all the other bi-products that come from pigs. Nothing is wasted.
Both sheets available as a 18" x 24" poster.
There are more than 29 different breeds of pigs that are raised for pork. The Yorkshire, Landrace, Duroc and Hampshire are popular breeds on Canadian farms.
On the back, you find the life stages of a pig. Life of a Pig also available as a 18" x 24" poster.
A fun folding game for kids full of fun pig facts. Fact: Pigs don't sweat. They don't have sweat glands.
Learn all about pigs with Hannah and Mario. A book full of fun activities, puzzles, and colouring for kids.
Listen to John, a local pig farmer, talk about pigs and walk you through his farm in Ontario.