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Wet/Dry Sow Feeders from Crystal Spring Hog Equipment

  Increase daily feed intake while minimizing wastage. Allows sows to choose between eating dry feed or mixing feed with water. Nipple placed low in feeder provides...

Feb hogs looking lower

To “Read” Walt’s charts, keep the following in mind: Support – this term refers to a trend line or price area under the market...

Niman Ranch Applauds Chipotle’s Cultivate the Future of Farming Initiative

“Chipotle’s announcement today clearly demonstrates they are willing to put their beliefs into action. We applaud their initiative to support young farmers and rural...

U.S. livestock: Hog futures drop on supply glut

U.S. lean hog futures fell 2.4 per cent on Monday, weighed down by bearish supply concerns, traders said. “The hog market boils down to more...

ARM & HAMMER Adds New Bacillus Strains To Targeted Microbial Solutions

Source: ARM & HAMMER news release Princeton, NJ - Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production announces the discovery of two new beneficial Bacillus strains,...

U.S. Pig Farmers Embrace Responsible Antibiotic Use Every Day

America’s pork producers achieve antibiotic stewardship using the We Care ethical principles America’s 60,000 pig farmers are dedicated to raising healthy animals to ensure a...

USDA Releases “Feed Outlook” Report

Source: USDA news release To view the complete report, click here. The October 2019 Feed Outlook report contains estimates for 2018/19 and projections for 2019/20 U.S....

Pork Checkoff Video Series Provides High-Tech View of Today’s Pig Farming

A new cutting-edge video series from the National Pork Board  creates opportunities for farmers and others involved in pork production to share with consumers...

5 Steps for Preparing Barn Heaters for Winter

Maintaining the proper environment in swine barns is essential for protecting animal health and promoting productivity. Austin Zimmerman, sales engineer for AP (Automated Production...

USDA: Nation’s Hog Inventory Up 3%

Source: USDA news release As of September 1, there were 77.7 million hogs and pigs on U.S. farms, up 3 percent from September 2018, and...
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