A Technical Perspective on Reducing Limitations to Genetic Expression

Identifying the right animals to improve commercial production starts with our people.   

Hog trend sideways, broke line but face support soon

Support – this term refers to a trend line or price area under the market which is expected to hold the market from potential...

Carthage Veterinary Conference, full recap and awards announcement

Carthage Veterinary Service hosted its 31st Annual Swine Conference on August 24, 2021 in Quincy, IL. This conference provided producers with quick fire sessions...

African Swine Fever Protection Zone

The protection zone is another important step in keeping African swine fever out of the U.S. USDA’s announcement that it will be pursuing a Foreign...

What ASF in the Dominican Republic Means for U.S. Producers

NPB collaborates with partners to prevent African swine fever from entering the U.S. and prepare the pork industry for how to respond if it...

Research Prioritizes African Swine Fever Prevention and Preparedness

Scientific research holds the key to unlocking answers to African swine fever. That is where Pork Checkoff-funded research priorities come into play. On the upside,...

China’s Putting Pigs in 13-Story ‘Hog Hotels’ to Keep Germs Out

Source: Bloomberg China is taking hog biosecurity to new levels -- 13 stories in fact. That’s the height of a building in southern China where more...

5 Ways to Protect Pigs and the Pork Industry from African Swine Fever

National Pork Board (NPB) is collaborating with multiple governments and industry partners to protect the U.S. from foreign animal diseases (FADs), including African swine...

Recommended Handling Facility Layout

Source: Grandin.com This diagram illustrates a modern cattle stockyard and chute system. All the animal movement is one-way and there is no cross traffic....

New Podcast Dedicated to the Swine Industry

Do you want to be the first to know all about the global pork market?  On Swine Trends by APC, the latest updates are...
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