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In a joint effort to enhance the meat processing industry in Ontario, the Canadian and Ontario governments are channeling over $13 million through the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership (Sustainable CAP). The initiative, aimed at supporting independent meat processors and...
Seaboard Corp., headquartered in Merriam, Kansas, has faced a 3% decline in pork sales for the fiscal year 2023, attributing the dip to lower market prices. The conglomerate reported a net pork sales figure of $2.5 billion, down from...
In a well-deserved recognition of exceptional leadership, Dave Preisler has been honored with the Minnesota Pork Board's Distinguished Service Award. Throughout his nearly 28-year career, Preisler showcased a unique talent for connecting people to each other and to agriculture,...
Newly released data from the USDA's 2022 Census of Agriculture paints a concerning picture for the state of family farms in the United States. The report reveals a significant drop in both the number of operating farms and the...
Recent surveys conducted by the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA) reveal robust growth in Brazilian pork exports, with January figures exceeding expectations. The sector witnessed a remarkable 11.7% increase in volume compared to the same period last year, reaching...
A Minnesota federal judge has rejected a proposed substitution between Sysco Corp. and a subsidiary of litigation funder Burford Capital in a significant antitrust case involving the nation's leading pork producers, according to court documents. Initially, Burford Capital, through its...
Source: The Wall Street Journal The American pork industry has become so efficient that demand can’t keep up with supply. In search of solutions, farmers and processors are looking at everything from new overseas markets to fattier, tastier pigs The American...
Source: Ag Funder News With Finless Foods rumored to be making big cutbacks to conserve cash, New Age Eats shutting up shop after running out of funds, and GOOD Meat sued by its bioreactor supplier over allegedly unpaid bills, the...
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack voiced apprehension regarding state-level regulations such as California's Proposition 12 during a recent meeting with state agriculture department officials at the USDA patio. The Hagstrom Report covered the discussion where Vilsack questioned the wisdom of...
In its continued commitment to nurturing talent within the swine industry, the Lallemand Forward Scholarship Committee has recognized Chloe Hagen, a second-year Ph.D. candidate at Iowa State University, as a recipient of their prestigious scholarship. Hagen's journey exemplifies a...
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