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Minnesota Pork Board Debuts New Logo

The Minnesota Pork Board is unveiling a new logo that will become the identity of the organization. A logo’s importance can often be underestimated....

Pig Farmers Encouraged to Pay-It-Forward with #HamsAcrossAmerica

  This Giving Tuesday, the Pork Checkoff is encouraging pig farmers to pay-it-forward with a new holiday campaign called #HamsAcrossAmerica. This first-annual event encourages farmers...

Tips to Boost Your Bottom Line in 2015

Increase Biosecurity 80% of disease comes in either the front door or the back door. A producer controls this through use of adequate quarantines (front...

Jim Long Pork Commentary, African Swine Fever (ASF) China Report

Jim Long, President and CEO Genesus Genetics Genesus has been the largest exporter of swine breeding stock to China the last three years. Many industry contacts...

Jim Long Pork Commentary, December United States and Canadian Hog Inventory Report, March...

Jim Long, President and CEO Genesus Genetics   Pork Commentary, March 12, 2018 Jim Long, President-CEO, Genesus Inc December United States and Canadian Hog Inventory Report The USA-Canadian market...

Minnesota Pork Names Ben Johnson as 2017 Pork Ambassador

  Ben Johnson a sophomore at Iowa State University has been named the 2017 Minnesota Pork Ambassador. He is the son of Brian and Susan...

Minnesota Pork to Host an Oink Outing at Volfest

The Minnesota Pork Board will be hosting an Oink Outing in Victoria at Volkfest. Minnesota pig farmers will be on hand to answer any...

New Legislation Would Stop WOTUS Rulemaking

  The Waters of the United States Regulatory Overreach Protection Act of 2014 (H.R. 5078), introduced by Rep. Steve Southerland (R-Fla.), has been approved by...

Minnesota Pork Congress to Celebrate 50 years

  For 50 years Pork Congress has been the industry’s premier event for the exchange of ideas, timely presentations, great conversation and more. The congress will...

Boost Your Bottom Line in 2015: What the Experts Say

The addition of antibiotic growth promoters to the diet can significantly increase the growth performance of nursery pigs over diets containing no antibiotics: http://www.swineweb.com/evaluation-of-organic-and-inorganic-acids-in-various-feeding-programs-as-alternatives-to-antibiotic-growth-promoters-for-nursery-pigs/ Did...