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Apply today for America’s Pig Farmer of the Year

    Raising pigs looks different today than it did decades ago, and America’s pig farmers are responsible for that progress. The changes include significant advancements...

Nebraska Pork Producers Encourage College-Age Students to Apply For The Pork Mentorship Program

  Choosing a career path can be difficult. In a world full of occupational options, it is helpful to receive a little guidance along the...

Nebraska’s Growing Swine Herd a Highlight at AFAN Meeting

  Nebraska’s growing pork production was a highlight at the recent Alliance for the Future of Agriculture in Nebraska (AFAN) meeting held in Lincoln Nebraska.   Nebraska’s...

Hog Operation Tour a Part of Air Quality and Site Assessment Training

A tour of O’Neel Farms hog finishing and feed operation was part of the National Air Quality Site Assessment Tool (NAQSAT) Training Event for...

33 Percent Rise in Operating Debt, TPP Among Changes that Affect Nebraska Farm Bureau...

The future of agriculture relies upon the ability of young people to maintain and grow their farms and ranches. While the recent downturn in...

20th Annual Capital City Ribfest to Take Place August 18 – 20

Nebraska Pork Producers Capital City Ribfest is Lincoln’s favorite, and longest running summer festival featuring award-winning barbecue from around the country and some of...

Jennifer Posthuma Update from Nebraska Pork Mentorship Program, The Far Reaches of the Pork...

“You have brains in your head.  You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And...

Pork Producers to Hold Annual Meeting

  The Nebraska Pork Producers Association’s (NPPA) will welcome Governor Pete Ricketts to their Annual Meeting to be held on Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at...

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...

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...
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