Drum roll please…. What pork production companies made this year’s Global Mega Producer list?
National Hog Farmer Content Director Ann Hess unveils this year’s top companies June 6 in the opening session of the Global Hog Industry Virtual Conference.
Plus, Jim Long of Genesus and Dennis Smith of Archer Financial Services will provide insight as to the market trends shaping the global hog industry in 2019 and beyond. Moderated by broadcaster Max Armstrong of Farm Progress/This Week In Agribusiness, this will be a session not to miss.
National Hog Farmer’s Global Hog Industry Virtual Conference is a completely digital event. All you need to do is register and tune in via your computer or mobile device on Thursday, June 6 at 10 a.m. There is NO cost to you to participate.
In addition to an indepth look at the global hog industry, we’ll be exploring the latest innovation happening at the barn level with an emphasis on achieving a higher level of individual animal management and increased performance and efficiency.
The past year has brought greater attention to the safety of the feed being given to pigs than ever before due to the outbreak of African swine fever in other countries. The pork industry has implemented important management practices to help secure the feed supply. But, there is still work to do as the ASF situation is fluid and ongoing research is conducted to guide decisions. We’ll have Scott Dee of Pipestone; Liz Wagner of the National Pork Producers Council; Leah Wilkinson of the American Feed Industry Association, and Brooke Humphrey of Provimi for a discussion on the state of feed security and research on approaches and best practices to help mitigate your risk. Bring your questions for these experts.
Don’t delay. Register today for the Global Hog Industry Virtual Conference. Already have plans for June 6? That’s okay. Your registration gets you access to an archive of the event’s presentations and notification as new programming is added.