Grand Opening Topigs Norsvin research center Delta Canada
Topigs Norsvin is investing in the future of pig production. The realization of the state-of-the-art research center Delta Canada is an important step in creating added value for our customers through increased genetic progress. Delta Canada has been built with the latest technology to secure high animal welfare and low environmental impact.
Located near Woodlands, Manitoba – a region that is perfect for the highest level of high-health pig breeding – Delta Canada will supply producers around the world with top genetics. It is our honor to invite you to the grand opening of this important addition to our breeding infrastructure on Wednesday, June 27, 2018. It will be the only time that Delta Canada is open for the public, so please take this opportunity to come and see how modern pig breeding works!
The official opening event starts at 2 pm with an official celebration ceremony at 4 pm. Between 5 and 7 pm the celebrations will continue with a pork country bbq.
program of the opening
2:00 pm Tour Delta Canada
4:00 pm Official Opening Ceremonies and greetings
• Welcome by Master of Ceremony
• John Lorist, Chairman, Topigs Norsvin International
• Martin Bijl, CEO, Topigs Norsvin International
• Virginie De Visscher, Honorary Consul for the Netherlands
• James Bezan, Member of Parliament for Selkirk-Interlake-Eastman
• Ralph Eichler, Honorary consul, Manitoba Minister of Agriculture, MLA for Lakeside
• Trevor King, Reeve of Woodlands Municipality
• Cam McGavin, General Manager, Topigs Norsvin Canada
5:00 pm Blessing & Food Buffet starts
7:00 pm End of ceremony
Directions to Delta Canada
From Perimeter Hwy 101 NW of Winnipeg, take Hwy 6 North to Warren; turn west at PR 227 go 8 miles to PR 248; turn north follow signs for 6 miles (paved) to Rd 82N; turn west follow signs 5 miles (gravel) to Delta Canada.
Alternate route: (via Woodlands, MB)
From Perimeter Hwy 101 NW of Winnipeg, take Hwy 6 North to Woodlands to 1/4 mile past Shell station; turn west at Rd 82NW and follow signs for 8 miles (gravel) to Delta Canada.