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Understanding the Interaction between Nutrition and Pig Health

With new legislation eliminating the use of in-feed antibiotics for growth promotion in Canada and increasing consumer pressure to reduce antibiotic use in animal...

New Study From the University of Arkansas Shows U.S. Pork’s Long-term Sustainability Progress

55-year look-back reveals gains in all key metrics new study from the University of Arkansas has confirmed what many have known for some time –...

Innovation Acceleration

In this edition of Pork Pod, National Pork Board CEO Bill Even outlines a new partnership to accelerate innovation. Technology is widely adopted in...

Parvovirus still poses threat to breeding herd

Read more articles on Pig Health Today https://pighealthtoday.com/ For as long as anyone can remember, pork producers have vaccinated gilts for parvovirus. Now that outbreaks are...

National Pork Industry Foundation to Award $2,500 Scholarships Application Deadline January 4, 2019

  The National Pork Producers Council is pleased to announce the 2019 Lois Britt Memorial Pork Industry Scholarship, which is sponsored by CME Group and...

Understanding the effect of humans on pig behaviour

Read the complete article How does human behaviour and interaction in the pig barn influence an animal’s motivation and emotional state? The pig-human interaction paradigm,...

Indiana and Illinois Pork Farmers Donate Ground Pork to Help Feed the Hungry

Thanks to a recent win by the Purdue Football team, Hoosiers in need will have ground pork available to them this holiday season.   "Indiana Pork...

Pork 2040 RFP: Understanding the International Marketplace

China Market Assessment and 20-Year Foresight Analysis of Pork and Processed Pork Product Consumption are the Focus of NPB’s International Marketing Research Initiative The National...

Weekly Pork Price Summary, November 2, 2018

Weekly Pork Price Summary, November 2, 2018

EPA Rule Exempts Farms From Emissions Reporting

The National Pork Producers Council today applauded the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for its proposed rule exempting livestock farmers from reporting to state and...