News Now from the Iowa Pork Industry Center

THOUGHTS FROM 109 KILDEE The International Conference on Pig Survivability, originally set for late October, has been postponed a year. Improving Pig Survivability Project leaders said...

Production Challenges, Economic Headwinds Slow Red Meat Exports in May

U.S. beef and pork exports trended lower in May, due in part to interruptions in slaughter and processing, according to data released by USDA...

NPPC Leads Coalition Warning Congress of Major Agriculture Inspection Funding Shortfall

A coalition of more than 150 agriculture, trade and related groups led by the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) sent a letter today to...

Iowa finds no violations at Tyson plant with deadly outbreak

Iowa's workplace safety agency says an inspection did not uncover any violations at Tyson Foods' largest pork processing plant, where several employees died after...

Podcast: At The Meeting… Honoring Dr. Bob Morrison – Swine Health and Production Podcast

  At The Meeting… Honoring Dr. Bob Morrison is a trusted podcast among the swine industry that invites veterinarians and industry experts to discuss recent...

News Now from the Iowa Pork Industry Center, June 19th 2020

THOUGHTS FROM 109 KILDEE Welcome and farewell IPIC has a new face, but until we can be together in person you'll have to image meeting Stacie...

Master Pork Awards Nominations Due Aug. 1

Nominations for the 2020 Master Pork Producers, Master Pork Partners and Environmental Steward Award are now being accepted by the Iowa Pork Producers Association...

Osborne introduces new digital weight display for ACCU-ARM portable livestock scales

Osborne Industries, Inc., manufacturer of ACCU-ARM portable livestock scales, is pleased to announce the release of a new, cost-saving digital weight display for its...

Family seeks workers compensation payment from Tyson after Iowa man dies of COVID-19

The family of a Tyson Foods employee in Iowa who died of COVID-19 has filed a workers compensation claim against the company. Sara Jones, wife of...

April Red Meat Exports Weather Production Challenges, Economic Headwinds

April proved to be a solid month for U.S. beef and pork exports despite COVID-19 related interruptions in production and declining purchasing power of...
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