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Time to Prioritize Your People Assets

As pork production faces a long-term labor shortage, employee retention is critical. Every day on every hog farm, pigs are the priority. The objective is...

NPPC Cancels 2020 World Pork Expo

The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) today announced that its board of directors has decided to cancel the 2020 World Pork Expo in June...

A guide for local producers to navigate the COVID-19 outbreak

COVID-19’s arrival in Indiana has created unprecedented disruption to local production cycles that bring food, fiber, flowers and more to our restaurants, farmers markets...

Stick to Existing Marketing Strategies Despite COVID-19

Farmscape for March 17, 2020 Full Interview 10:49 Listen Despite the current market disruptions resulting from the global reaction to COVID-19, HAMS Marketing Services recommends...

Merck Animal Health Reaffirms Support of Future Swine Practitioners; Announces 2020 AASVF Veterinary Scholarship...

As part of its ongoing commitment to the next generation of veterinarians, Merck Animal Health (known as MSD Animal Health outside the United States...

Coronavirus outbreak could spur China to fulfill promise to purchase US agricultural products

The coronavirus outbreak could have the unexpected effect of helping the United States ensure that China sticks by its promise to purchase $40 billion...

USDA: Hog Industry Establishes A New, Higher Level In Litter Rates In 2019

The USDA Quarterly Hogs and Pigs report issued on December 23, 2019 indicated that the U.S. hog industry achieved a third consecutive quarterly litter...

Genesus Global Market Report USA, February 2020

Allan Bentley, Sales, Genesus Genetics abentley@genesus.com “Capitalize on confusion” The pork show season is almost over and we get to visit with a lot of people in...

Coronavirus Making China’s Food Prices Soar

Hong Kong - The coronavirus outbreak is driving up the cost of food - and almost everything else in China - adding to the...

Kansas State University researcher publishes study confirming experimental transmission of African swine fever virus...

As an African swine fever outbreak has moved rapidly throughout China and threatens to spread to new countries in Europe, a Kansas State University...
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