NPPA Announces Participants in 2020 Pork Mentorship Program

The Nebraska Pork Producers Association is proud to welcome participants of the 2020 Pork Mentorship Program. This year, six college-age students will participate in...

Jim Long Pork Commentary, U.S. Pork Cut outs jump! Aberration? July 13th 2020

Jim Long, President and CEO Genesus Genetics At the end of last week, U.S. Pork cuts gained about 7¢ lb. or $14.00 plus a carcass...

University of Minnesota studies water quality effects on nursery pigs

By: Brigit Lozinski, Milena Saqui-Salces, Gerald Shurson and Pedro Urriola, University of Minnesota Department of Animal Science; Brent Frederick, Christensen Family Farms; Melissa Wilson,...

VIDO-InterVac Targets Predictive Research for Vaccine Development

Farmscape for July 13, 2020 Full Interview 16:16 Listen The Director and CEO of VIDO-InterVac suggests the technology exists to create vaccines in anticipation of...

Tools for managing pigs without antibiotics

Raising pigs without antibiotics requires extra management and different tools compared to traditional commercial hog production, reports Laura Carroll, DVM, veterinarian with Four Star...

Animal welfare for youth: Part 1 – What is animal welfare?

This series will explore basic concepts of animal welfare and why 4-H youth involved in animal projects should be familiar with this subject. Animal welfare...

CoBank Issues Its Quarterly U.S. Ag Economic Forecasts

Rural industries are grappling with how to adjust their businesses to remain relevant and sustainable in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. Agricultural supply...

News Now from the Iowa Pork Industry Center

THOUGHTS FROM 109 KILDEE The International Conference on Pig Survivability, originally set for late October, has been postponed a year. Improving Pig Survivability Project leaders said...

Kuberski Family Joins the Pork Industry

Josh and Desiree Kuberski, along with Paul and Christina Kuberski and family, have built a new 2,480 head pig barn to grow their farm...
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