Herd mark identification for groups of pigs
This page is part of the Guidance Document Repository (GDR).
Looking for related documents?
Search for related documents in the Guidance Document Repository
A herd mark is an identification number unique to a group of pigs that originate from the same premises. A herd mark is used for approved tattoo applied to pigs and, under certain circumstances, may be printed on ear tags approved for pigs. If you wish to obtain a herd mark for a premises under your management that houses pigs, please contact your provincial pork producer association:
Manitoba Pork Council
Les Éleveurs de porcs du Québec
Porc NB Pork
Pork Nova Scotia
For producers in British Columbia and Newfoundland and Labrador, contact the Canadian Pork Council at 1-613-236-9239)
Report a problem or mistake on this page
- Date modified: