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Join us for an exclusive interview from the 2024 World Pork Expo, where Rachel Fishback sits down with Spencer Long from Genesus Genetics. They discuss the latest advancements in pig genetics, industry trends, and the future of swine production....
86,400. This is how many seconds are in a single day and exactly the number of times the Distynct Alarm system heartbeat is checking on the conditions of a barn. An alarm system that monitors livestock barns every second of every...
info@genesus.com Last week the U.S. average net hog price was 91¢ lb. indicating a slight profit if we use 87¢ lb. as an average breakeven price for farrow to finish. As we watch daily hog weight reports they appear to...
Join us for an exclusive interview at the 2024 World Pork Expo with Marcel Schubert and Rachel Fishback from Romain. Discover their insights into the latest innovations and trends in the pork industry. Learn how Romain is driving advancements...
Summary: The Weekly Hog Market Facts report, compiled by Jaydee Smith, provides a detailed analysis of the hog market for the week ending July 19, 2024. Key highlights include: Ontario Market: The 100% Base Formula Price increased to $220.83/cwt. The...
A state-of-the-art meat processing center is set to open in January in Telford, Tennessee, bringing a much-needed boost to the local livestock industry. This facility aims to provide local farmers with advanced processing services, ensuring high-quality meat products. With...
Farmscape for July 22, 2024 Full Interview 11:57 Listen The coordinator of Squeal on Pigs Manitoba reports research over the past two years suggests the wild pig situation in western Canada is potentially much more controllable than other regions....
Introduction Longevity of the breeding female has both economic and animal welfare implications for the swine industry. High culling levels lead to increased replacement rates and reduce lifetime productivity for individual breeding females and the breeding herd. Greater replacement rates...
NPPC President-elect and Ohio pork producer Duane Stateler (center) with U.S. Speaker of the House Mike Johnson (LA) and his wife Kelly. What happened: This week, NPPC President-elect and Ohio pork producer Duane Stateler, along with Chase Adams, NPPC’s assistant...
What happened: Nearly a year after NPPC first negotiated a settlement with Massachusetts over the transshipment provisions in Question 3—and many subsequent follow-up discussions concerning the treatment of ground pork under Question 3—the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (MDAR)...
From the NE Pork Expo earlier this week in York, National Pork Board's Brett Kaysen on promoting pork and its producers in the future....
Chris Rademacher, Laura Greiner, Brett Ramirez Iowa Pork Industry Center, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa Seasonal insect bites on market swine can cause skin lesions leading to significant trim loss in packing plants, up to $7.00-15.00 per head in the...
Left to right: Nathan Barrett, Kadie Graves, Jennifer Wyle (lecturer and meat judging team coordinator), Bailey Lamb and Gage Walsh. (Jennifer Wyle/Texas A&M AgriLife). Receiving American Meat Science Association, AMSA, Undergraduate Scholastic Achievement Awards represents one of the most prestigious...
Swine manure can be an excellent source of nutrients for crop production. The key to proper management is determining the nutrient content of the manure, the percentages of those nutrients that are available to the plant, and the nutrient...
This week Mike Fitzgerald informs us on the Derecho throughout eastern Iowa and Northwest Illinois. He also gives an update on hog fundamentals.

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