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Tyson Foods sues USDA over negligent inspections at Storm Lake, IA plant

Tyson Foods and Tyson Fresh Meats have filed suit, in federal court, against the U.S. Department of Agriculture alleging negligence in USDA inspections of...

Looking Back with Leon

A Retrospective Assessment of U.S. Pork Production: 1960 to 2015, or “The Look Back” as it’s often called among pig farmers and communicators, has...

NPPC Applauds U.S. Japan Trade Discussions

Farmscape for April 29, 2019 Full Interview 5:43 Listen The National Pork Producers Council is applauding progress on U.S. efforts to reach a new...

African Swine Fever Continues To Spread In China, Asia And Europe

Source: joint news release from Pork Checkoff, in collaboration with National Pork Producers Council, American Association of Swine Veterinarians, Swine Health Information Center and...

National Pork Board, RIPE.IO To Test Blockchain Technology

FoodLogistics.com reports: The National Pork Board and Ripe Technology have entered an agreement to pilot blockchain technology use in the pork industry. Through the partnership, pork...

Market Hogs and Supply Estimates for Spring and Summer

Pork Profit Maximizer – Retail Edition USDA estimated the total number market hogs as of March 1 at 67.948 million head, 2.1% higher than the...

African Swine Fever: What Producers Need to Know

The recent case of African swine fever (ASF) in China is a stark reminder of the negative impact that a trade limiting foreign animal...

SwineTime Podcast with Pipestone Veterinary Services

Pipestone Veterinary Services is pleased to present “Swine Time” the podcast created for the pork industry and individual pork producers around the country. Our first...

ISU President inaugurates learning kitchen

Source: Iowa Fox 44 A local pork producer is teaming up with Iowa State University Extension to improve food education in Siouxland. Seaboard Triumph Foods donated...