US pork policy not a quid pro quo: premier

The government is not making a trade-off by importing US pork containing residues of ractopamine in exchange for a US trade agreement, Premier Su...

Expanding Number of Diseases Elevates Importance of Laboratory Testing

Farmscape for September 21, 2020 Full Interview 20:16 Listen The CEO of Prairie Diagnostic Services says the expanding number of infectious diseases is elevating the...

Governor Stitt and Officials Visit Seaboard Foods Processing Facility

Earlier this month, Governor Stitt, Secretary of Agriculture Blayne Arthur, Commissioner of Health Col. Lance Frye, M.D., Senator Casey Murdock and Representative Kenton Patzkowsky...

Five More Cases Of African Swine Fever Found In Germany

Germany has confirmed five more cases of African swine fever in wild boars in the eastern state of Brandenburg. This brings the total number...

NPPC Calls for Increased Funding for Agriculture Inspections at Ports of Entry

Farmscape for September 18, 2020 NPPC News Conference 30:24 Listen The National Pork Producers Council is calling for increased funding for agriculture inspections at U.S....

Illinois Pork Producers Meet Virtually for Fall Legislative Action Conference

Though not in-person in Washington D.C. like usual, the Illinois Pork Producers Association (IPPA) is still fostering relationships with legislators via virtual meetings this...

CWSHIN Advises Pork Producers to be Aware of Aujeszky’s Disease

Farmscape for September 16, 2020 Full Interview 21:40 Listen The Canada West Swine Health Intelligence Network is advising pork producers to be aware of the...

40 years of helping pig producers stay successful and sustainable

Chr. Hansen's probiotic solution for pigs celebrates important milestone – more relevant than ever BioPlus® celebrates 40 years on the market and is still going...

Stumme Named Most Improved Sow Farm

Congratulations to Allie, Gildardo, Juan, Charles, Fernando, Diego, Tracey, Kortland, Ana, Jesus, Luis, Abigail and Ilmer at Stumme S003 for being named our Most...

Pig pandemic adds to German pork sector pain as exports banned

An outbreak of African Swine Fever threatens to keep German pork locked in the European Union with China, South Korea and Japan all banning...
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