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China, U.S Agree to Cancel Existing Trade-Related Tariffs, Chinese Government Confirms

  As the U.S. and China continue to work on an interim trade deal, on Thursday the Chinese commerce ministry said both countries have agreed...

Rabobank: Pork Producers Remain Cautious on Expansion as Risks Outweigh Rewards

Latest edition: Pork Quarterly Q4 2019 – Producers Remain Cautious on Expansion as Risks Outweigh Rewards Global pork prices continue to rise, as protein shortfalls...

National Pork Board Study Defines China’s Growing Need For Protein

  New research details ways that U.S. pork can fill China’s immediate protein gap A new report from the National Pork Board digs into the growing...

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...

African Swine Fever Identified in South Korea

African Swine Fever continues to spread in Southeast Asia. In this edition of Pork Pod, Pork Checkoff director of swine health programs Dr. Patrick...

USDA Modernizes Swine Slaughter Inspection For The First Time In Over 50 Years

Source: USDA news release The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced a final rule to modernize swine slaughter inspection and bring it into the...

Nebraska Pork Officials Travel to Japan and Vietnam for Trade Talks

Pork is the number one meat consumed by the people of Japan and Vietnam. These countries have the potential to be a major export...

The right combination of a brilliant concept and a robust pig

A passion for animals is of great importance in pig farming – something that is familiar to Edwin Elshof. A passion for animals, in...

Don’t Sweat Heat Stress, By Brent Sexton, DVM Pipestone Veterinary Services

Heat stress is an economically important issue and can have severe consequences if proper precautions are not taken. Through a variety of management techniques,...

Canada, Mexico and U.S. plan North American strategy for African swine fever prevention and...

Statement from Canada's Chief Veterinary Officer Today, the Chief Veterinary Officer (CVO) for Canada, Dr. Jaspinder Komal, accompanied by Dr. Burke Healey, Chief Veterinary Officer...
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