Mycotoxins: What’s Your Risk?

Mycotoxins are a costly, complicated problem for livestock and poultry producers. Not only are there hundreds of different mycotoxins, all produced by different fungi...

Farrowing barn tips for more pigs By: Dr. Andrew Bents, Swine Technical Veterinarian, Hubbard...

Access the original article here At Hubbard Feeds, we get to work with a wide variety of producers across the country. From large integrators to...

Covid-19 Drives Changes for 2021 Iowa Pork Congress

The 2021 Iowa Pork Congress may not be an in-person event this year, but there are still virtual options for online sessions that will...

Jim Long Pork Commentary, Pork Cut-Outs Hold Over 80₵ lb, January 18th 2020

Jim Long, President and CEO Genesus Genetics   Last week there was chatter about pork demand. The bears attacked the market. When the dust settled Friday,...

Swine & U: Cold Weather Transportation

By Jason Ertl, Ag Production Systems Extension Educator in Nicollet and Sibley countiesOriginally printed in The LAND – as December 11/December 18, 2020 Swine...

NPPC Applauds Proposed Change in Regulation of Gene-Edited Livestock

Farmscape for January 18, 2021 Full Interview 9:50 Listen The National Pork Producers Council is voicing its support for a proposal that would see the...

JBS $24.5 Million Pork Price-Fixing Settlement Gets Early OK

The pork wholesalers leading a proposed price-fixing class action over an alleged industrywide cartel scheme won preliminary approval from a federal judge in Minneapolis...

Fire Does Major Damage to Hog Raising Operation in Illinois

Source: Effingham Radio As many as 10,000 hogs and pigs were killed by a fire at the hog operation of Wes and Wanda Pitcher near...

Genesus Global Market Report USA, January 2021

Genesus Global Market Report USA, January 2021 Allan Bentley USA Sales, Genesus Genetics Today, January 14th, 2021, we are starting the second day of the South Dakota Pork...

USDA Invests $11.65 Million To Control Destructive Feral Swine

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing $11.65 million in 14 projects to help agricultural producers and private landowners trap and control feral...
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