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China meat imports drop 9% in August on low domestic prices

Source: Reuters China imported 758,000 tonnes of meat in August, down 8.9% from the corresponding month a year ago, customs data showed on Tuesday, as...

LIVESTOCK-Hog futures rally on technical buying

U.S. lean hog futures rose 3.8% on Monday, notching their biggest daily gain since September, in a technical bounce from the three-week low they...

5 Success Lessons from Paul Willis, Niman Ranch’s Co-Founder

This is a guest post from the Food Finance Institute (FFI), a Business & Entrepreneurship program of the University of Wisconsin. FFI leverages and...

Pork Checkoff- Announces Swine Depopulation Research Project

COVID-19 was the first instance requiring large-scale emergency depopulation in the pork industry. The Checkoff is investing over $377,000 in five research projects to...

USD Examines Potentially Emerging Strain of Porcine Parvovirus

Farmscape for November 23, 2020 Full Interview 7:36 Listen South Dakota State University has kicked off an investigation of a potentially emerging strain of Porcine...

Higher than Predicated Seasonal Increase in PRRS Causes Concern

Farmscape for January 19, 2021 Full Interview 15:30 Listen The Swine Health Information Center reports a higher than expected seasonal increase in PRRS in the...

Cargill CEO Sees Food Inflation as Transitory Despite Snags

Source: Bloomberg Soaring food costs driven by supply-chain snarls and other disruptions hurting the agriculture industry will prove “transitory” and should dissipate in time, says...

HOW TO MAXIMIZE THE BENEFITS OF YOUR WET/DRY FEEDER

One of the common questions we get after someone purchases our wet/dry feeders is, “Now what? How do I maximize the benefits of my...

The pros and cons of central exhaust systems in pig barns

Central exhaust systems are a commonly used ventilation method in pig barns. But how do they work and what are the advantages and disadvantages...

Kansas State University Study Confirms Possible Danger Of Imported Feed Contaminated With African Swine...

A new study published by a Kansas State University researcher and her team looks at how the current outbreak of African swine fever in...
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