Global Monitoring Bolsters Preparedness for Emerging Swine Diseases

Farmscape for September 11, 2019 Full Interview 8:44 Listen Global tracking of swine diseases is helping pork producers be better equipped to guard against the...

Blockchain and the pork chain – A strategy for both producers and consumers

Following examples of BeefChain, pork producers may have an opportunity to share their “why” directly with consumers. If you are not aware of the concept...

Space Still Available in Upcoming PAACO Swine Auditor Training Course

The Professional Animal Auditor Certification Organization (PAACO) is hosting one more On-Farm Swine Welfare Auditor Training Course in 2019. The course will be held...

National Pork Board to Host First-Ever Swine Innovation Summit

he National Pork Board will host the inaugural Swine Innovation Summit in Indianapolis on September 17, 2019, as a special event, prior to participating...

China pig farmer profits soar after disease wipes out third of herd, boosts prices

Source: Reuters Pig breeders in China who have managed to keep fatal African swine fever off their farms since outbreaks began a year ago are...

Mike Wright Joins D&D Ingredient as Managing Director

D&D Ingredient Distributors, Inc. welcomes Mike Wright as the new Director of Operations & Business Development. In this role, Wright will oversee strategic marketing...

Pork Checkoff’s CEO On The Organization’s Top Priorities

Source: Oklahoma Farm Network Report Chief Executive Officer of the National Pork Board Bill Even sat down this past week with Associate Farm Director Carson...

Lauren Honegger Joins Allflex As Swine Specialist

Source: Allflex news release Allflex USA, part of Antelliq, the global leader in animal identification and traceability systems, announces the hiring of Lauren Honegger as...

Genes Help Scientists Get Selective

Given that none of us would be here without them, genes are pretty important. As technology continues to advance at lightning speed, scientists are...

U.S. farmers look past trade fears to cash in on China’s hog crisis

It might seem an unlikely time for U.S. farmers to look to China for more business but the devastating impact of African swine fever...
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