USA – Default

USA – Default

USA HP Middle:



Supply of pork in cold storage at the end of January was 10% lower than a year ago and like the tight inventory situation we experienced in 2021 and 2022. Highlights Supply of pork in cold storage at the end...
Johnny Prejet, a dedicated farmer at PLDO Farms, has been in the hog farming industry for numerous years. His farm has been equipped with Phason’s PEC and PEC Plus controls since 1995, reflecting his trust in the brand’s offerings...
By popular request, the Expo will feature a new schedule and new entertainment options for visitors.The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) is thrilled to unveil the highly anticipated 2024 World Pork Expo, set to take place on June 5-6...
Embark on a journey into the heart of the swine industry's sustainability initiatives with Dr. Brett Kaysen and Leon Sheets at the Iowa Pork Regional meetings. In this extended interview, they unravel the interplay between sustainability and profitability, presenting...
Farmscape for February 27, 2024 Full Interview 10:57 Listen A professor with the University of Saskatchewan reports progress in the development of a new tool to assess indicators of on farm animal welfare at slaughter. Researchers with the University...
1United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Wildlife Services, National Feral Swine Damage Management Program, Fort Collins, CO, United States 2United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Veterinary Services, Center...
In a noteworthy development, swine futures took the spotlight on Friday as Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) hog prices extended their rally for a seventh consecutive session. Traders pointed to robust cash hog prices and intriguing market dynamics as key...
The men and women involved in Iowa’s pork industry are both enthusiastic and dedicated to the work they do to promote pork and pig production in the state, as well as providing leadership to their county organizations. That’s why...
Delve into another episode of the Long and Short of it with Jim Long as we explore the market dynamics poised to bring about profitability in the industry. In this episode, we provide insights from the winter trade show,...
info@genesus.com There is market momentum that will finally lead to profits in our industry. Why? Lean Hog Futures – reaching $1.00 plus lb. in July. Corn – U.S. National Cash Corn average $3.80 a bushel. Lowest in four plus years. Down from...
Monday February 26, 2024 GRAINS: No bottom in sight. The COT report showed that funds added more than 26,000 short corn positions and they’re holding a record large short position that is north of 340,000 contracts. Funds added 2,000 soy shorts...
During the Iowa Pork Regional Conferences, our representative, Leon Sheets, conducted exclusive interviews with key figures in the industry. These insightful conversations featured discussions with Dr. Brett Kaysen from the National Pork Board, Dr. Chris Rademacher, and Dr. Lee...
The number of tested breeding pigs has increased considerably in our breeding herds over the past year. The increase means an even stronger breeding index for production herds with DanBred genetics. 120,000 pigs in one year. That’s how many 30-100...
Water is important for every living being for even the most basic metabolic processes. Pigs require water a consistent and clean water supply to maintain proper hydration, support digestion, and regulate body temperature. More specifically, water is required for...
The olive oil tree (Olea europaea L.) contains hydrophilic and lipophilic bioactive compounds, which include flavones, phenolic acids, phenolic alcohols, secoiridoids, and hydroxycinnamic acid derivatives. These bioactive compounds have anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties, and therefore, olive-derived plant bioactive...

Top News

Latest Swine News Stories

Translate Web in Your Language »