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Large Hog Supplies Delay Typical Spring Price Rally

Farmscape for May 15, 2018 Full Interview 6:52 Listen The Director of Risk Management with h@ms Marketing Services blames larger than normal U.S. hog supplies for a later start to the typical rally in live hog prices. Spring time, when hog production typically cycles lower, is when processors chase hogs to keep their plants running

Cargill and Tyson Are Interested in Keystone Foods

Tyson Foods Inc., Cargill Inc. and Fosun International Ltd. have expressed interest in the potential acquisition of Keystone Foods LLC, the U.S. supplier of chicken nuggets to McDonald’s Corp., according to people with direct knowledge of the matter. Marfrig Global Foods SA, Brazil’s second-largest beef producer, plans to sell Keystone and raise more than $3

ESPHM 2018 to focus on global issues in swine health

More than 1,500 swine veterinarians, researchers and industry leaders from around the world will gather at the European Symposium of Porcine Health Management (ESPHM), to be held May 9-11, 2018 in Barcelona, Spain. Read more articles on Pig Health Today https://pighealthtoday.com/ The three-day event will feature original research presentations on swine health, efficiency and production,

Zinpro Corporation Names Lewis Liu as Technical Sales Manager – China

His addition will strengthen the company’s technical  sales support across multiple species Zinpro Corporation announces that Lewis Liu joins Zinpro Corporation as technical sales manager – China. In this role, Liu helps manage regional sales and marketing activities to better serve Zinpro customers in China as they seek to improve animal wellness and performance with

SDSU Extension Veterinarian Recognized

By Lura Roti for SDSU Extension South Dakota State University recently recognized Russ Daly with the F.O. Butler Award for Excellence in Service in Extension/Outreach. Daly is an SDSU Professor in the Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences Department, the SDSU Extension Veterinarian and State Public Health Veterinarian. “Dr. Daly has dedicated his life to serving the

NPPC Urges U.S. Government to Consider Economic Contributions of Pork When Setting Trade Policy

Farmscape for April 4, 2018 Full Interview 7:42 Listen The National Pork Producers Council is urging the U.S. government to consider the contributions of the pork sector to the U.S, economy as it deals with issues related  to international trade.The United States is re-w orking key free trade agreements and exploring the possibility of initiating

Farm Bureau Concerned About Possible Chinese Trade Retaliation

The following statement on possible trade retaliation by China against U.S. farm exports may be attributed to American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall: “If the trade situation continues to deteriorate, our lives as farmers and ranchers will become more difficult. America’s farmers and ranchers export more than $20 billion of farm products to China

PMI Nutritional Additives continues to build team of experts to deliver leading feed additive solutions

PMI Nutritional Additives announced today the hiring of Deb O’Connor, M.S., PAS as part of their expanding technical sales team. “As we continue to bring more innovation and value to our customers, Deb will be another integral part of our highly-experienced additives team” noted Adam DeRosier, General Manager of PMI Nutritional Additives. “Her deep knowledge,

Pharmgate Animal Health VP Mary Jo Baarsch Named Adjunct Professor in University of Minnesota’s Department of VBS

Dr. Mary Jo Baarsch, Pharmgate Animal Health’s Vice President of Biologics, has been appointed as an Adjunct Professor in the University of Minnesota’s Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences. A Minnesota native who grew up on a large swine operation in Spring Valley, Dr. Baarsch will bring vast experience in swine health to help build

Introducing Ingelvac Provenza™ — the birth of a new generation in swine protection

A new vaccine for pigs offers increased protection against damaging influenza strains that affect more than 70 percent of growing pigs every year A new product on the market makes it possible to vaccinate pigs as young as day one against the serious influenza A virus in swine (IAV-S). With demonstrated efficacy and safety,1 as well

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