Smithfield Foods Partners with Granular Insights to Give Grain Farmers in its Supply Chain...

Smithfield Foods, Inc. announced today it has partnered with Granular, a leading farm management software platform, to help growers in its grain supply chain...

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...

TechMix Hires Hannah Burken

TechMix has hired Hannah Burken as a Research Technician. As TechMix continues to develop effective health and performance supplements for livestock, Hannah will be...

Dr. Tim Falker Joins EW Nutrition USA as Technical Manager, Swine

EW Nutrition, a global company active in the field of animal nutrition, has announced an eminent addition to its regional management team. Dr. Tim...

China’s hog prices up 8.5% in early June

The prices of live pigs in China went up 8.5 percent in early June compared with the previous 10 days, data from the National...

Chr. Hansen internationally honored for positive safety transformation

Chr. Hansen has been granted this year’s Safety Transformation Award by The British Safety Council. This international award acknowledges health and safety initiatives and...

Federal Agents Seize Almost 10 Tons Of Illegal Meat At California Port

Officials with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) intercepted 19,555 pounds of prohibited pork, chicken, beef and duck products arriving from China at...

Proposed Moose Jaw Cull Sow Slaughter Plant Offers Opportunity for Improved Food Security

Farmscape for June 24, 2020 Full Interview 8:35 Listen A partner in Polar Pork Farms says a cull sow slaughtering plant in Moose Jaw would...

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...

USDA: Pork Processing Rebounds As COVID-19 Infections Of Plant Labor Forces Recede

Capacity utilization in the U.S. pork processing industry is on the rebound as workers in plants, earlier infected by COVID-19, recover and return to...
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