HyLife Purchases US Processing Plant Prime Pork LLC from Taylor Corporation

HyLife is excited to partner with Glen Taylor, purchasing 75% equity interest of Prime Pork LLC from Taylor Corporation. Prime Pork, a recently renovated processing...

Pork Powerhouses 2019: Exclusive interview with Glenn Stolt

Family-owned Christensen Farms has been on the Pork Powerhouses list of the 40 largest U.S. pig producers every year since the ranking began in...

Siblings Partner to Open a Finishing Pig Barn in Clark County Illinois

Jacob Miller and sister Drucilla (Miller) Shotts stand in front of their new 3,800 head wean-to-finish pig barn outside of Marshall, IL. Multiple groups in...

Philippines confirms more ASF cases; 200,000 pigs culled

The Philippines has reported more African swine fever (ASF) outbreaks, with culled pigs nearing 200,000. In a follow-up report to the World Organization for Animal...

Hitch Pork Producers are shutting down its pig producing operations in Oklahoma

Source: The Oklahoman COVID-19 continues to drag Oklahoma’s economy through the mud. On Friday, Hitch Enterprises, a fifth-generation ranching, feeding and livestock operation, notified Oklahoma authorities...

Nursery or Wean-to-Finish: Finding What’s Best for Pigs and People

  Health, mortality rates and more robust pigs have some producers re-evaluating weaned-pig systems. Pork production practices are an individual preference; what works for one person...

Cactus Feeders’ Expansion Creates Opportunity for Contract Growers

Pork producers in Iowa and Nebraska can join Cactus Feeders in their mission to feed a hungry world. Cactus Family Farms, the pork production division...

India reports first case of African swine fever

India has reported its first case of African swine fever (AFS), as the virus continues its global spread.  The disease has been detected in two north eastern...

Register for the 2020 World Pork Expo

Join more than 20,000 industry professionals and supporters at a pork-focused trade show hosted June 3-5 in Des Moines. Registration is now open for the...

Meat From COVID-19 Infected Processing Plants Is Safe To Eat

The North American Meat Institute says consumers should be aware that they cannot get sick from eating meat processed in a plant where workers...
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