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New Rabobank Pork report on the effect a Chinese-U.S. trade dispute could have on the F&A sector

Pork On pork imports: In 2016, China imported 215,000 tonnes of pork, out of total pork-related imports of 1.62m tonnes. China could suspend US pork shipments due to technical issues or by levying anti-dumping duties. This would lead to increased inflows throughout the grey channel, which already plays a key role in beef and offal

Swine Medicine Talks: 101 Common and Not-So-Common Swine Lesions

AASV and the Swine Medicine Education Center (SMEC) are excited to extend the invitation to view the Swine Medicine Talks: An AASV and SMECast Series for Veterinary Students Lecture 3 to all AASV members! The Swine Medicine Talks is a 3-part swine medicine seminar series, hosted by the AASV student chapter and Swine Medicine Education

NPPC Capital Update for the week ending March 17th 2017

USTR NOMINEE SAYS HE’LL ‘PRIORITIZE’ AGRICULTURE TRADE NPPC this week commended Robert Lighthizer, President Trump’s nominee for ambassador of the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, for committing to place high importance on agricultural trade. Lighthizer Wednesday appeared before the Senate Finance Committee, which has jurisdiction over trade, telling the panel, “I assure you, we

Bacteriophages Offer Potential for Helping Reduce Dependence on In-Feed Antibiotics

Farmscape for March 3, 2017 Full Interview 11:21 Listen The Head of Perdue University’s Animal Science Department suggests bacteriophages, while expensive, offer great potential for helping the livestock industry reduce its dependence on the use of in-feed antibiotics. In Canada and the United States. driven by fears over antibiotic resistance that might spill over into

BIOMIN Releases Global Phytogenic Feed Additives Survey Results

140 agribusiness professionals from across the globe provided their views on the use of phytogenic feed additives (PFAs, or botanicals) as part of the 2017 BIOMIN Phytogenic Feed Additives Survey. “The response has been tremendous,” stated Michael Noonan, Global Product Manager Phytogenics at BIOMIN. “These results confirm that veterinarians, nutritionists, live production managers and other

Indiana Chefs Featured at Taste of Elegance

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Chef Steve Oakley from Oakley’s Bistro in Indianapolis took home the top award at this year’s Taste of Elegance held on Monday, February 13, 2017 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in Indianapolis.  The premier chef’s competition – hosted by Indiana Pork in partnership with Indiana Farm Bureau, Indiana Soybean Alliance and the Indiana Corn Marketing

Early Piglet Nutrition Key to Optimal Lifetime Performance

Farmscape for February 14, 2017 Full Interview 6:30 Listen An Associate Professor with Perdue University suggests, by focusing on early nutrition that stimulates gut development, pork producers can increase productivity throughout the life of the pig. Piglets traditionally make the switch from mother’s milk to solid feed at about three weeks of age. Dr. Kola

Registration Now Open for April 2017 Pork Management Conference

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Checkoff event provides platform for experts to discuss future of the U.S. pork industry The National Pork Board will host its annual Pork Management Conference, April 19-21, in Nashville, Tennessee. The annual conference, moved to April this year, will accommodate a diverse set of experts from across the U.S. The 2017 conference will address current

Pressure to Reduce In-Feed Antimicrobial Use Ushers in New Era of Alternatives to Antibiotics

Farmscape for February 8, 2017 Full Interview 11:21 Listen The Head of Purdue University’s Animal Science Department says as a result of ongoing pressure to reduce antimicrobial use in livestock production, we’re headed into a new era of feed and alternatives to antibiotics. In both Canada and the United States there’s been ongoing pressure to

Indiana’s Fair Oaks Farms Announces Additional Attractions For Consumers

AP reports: Fair Oaks Farms, the “agricultural Disney” that’s already is one of the largest tourist attractions in Northwest Indiana, plans to add major new attractions over the next few years. The working agritourism destination in Fair Oaks has plans for new chicken and beef cattle adventures that would give visitors a close-up look at

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