USA – Default

USA – Default

Defrauded Producers and Farmers Throughout the Midwest for Nearly Two Decades An Iowa corporation and four of its high-level managers have been sentenced in federal court after law enforcement uncovered a wide-ranging scheme to defraud that victimized livestock producers throughout...
Source: Star-Tribune By early June, HyLife plans to close its factory in Windom. Unless a buyer emerges, more than 1,000 workers will be out of a job. Many in town are wondering what's next. WINDOM, MINN. T he men sit in the lobby...
Source: KTVO News KTVO News has been receiving viewer messages regarding the possible closings of some northern Missouri facilities owned by Smithfield Foods. An employee who spoke on condition of anonymity told KTVO the company president announced this week that Smithfield...
regions of Oklahoma and Texas, feral hogs persist as a significant nuisance, wreaking havoc on crops and posing a threat to livestock health. Conventional removal techniques like traps and hunting have proven insufficient against the rapidly proliferating hog populations....
Source: The Press This is terrible news for Quebec's agri-food industry. The giant with its 8.2 billion dollars in revenue and its 16,150 employees lost money in 2021 in two of its three main divisions. Sollio owns 84% ​​of Olymel, the leading...
JWV Pork, a well-established four-generation hog farm based in Washington, Iowa, is facing financial distress, defaulting on over $38.8 million of debt, as revealed in court records. The company, a major player in Iowa's pork industry, has experienced significant...
Source: CTV News Saskatoon rendering plant is apologizing for a pile of pigs that were left outside its business on Monday. West Coast Reduction, based in Vancouver, recycles food waste and by-products from farmers and restaurants. The pigs left outside the Miner's...
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley shared insights into the Line Speed Trial for pork processing facilities and its potential impact on Iowa's pork producers. Grassley emphasized the need for certainty in the market for farmers and argued that the faster...
  The Global Pork Industry: An Analysis According to a report by Research and Markets, the global pork market was valued at $254.53 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow to $418.37 billion by 2028, at a compound annual growth...
Smithfield Foods, the world’s biggest pork processor, is permanently closing 35 hog farm sites in Missouri and laying off 92 employees in October, according to a Missouri Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) notice. Murphy-Brown LLC, a division of...
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