We know that nothing can replace World Pork Expo, but we will be uniting together across all of our Farm Journal platforms to elevate the important role the pork industry plays in feeding the world. We’ll be honoring pork producers, providing opportunities to learn new things and celebrating industry advancements and achievements.
Share your stories and post photos on social media using #PORKWeek to help us honor the pork industry. From “AgDay TV” to “AgriTalk” to “U.S. Farm Report” to PorkBusiness.com and everything in between, tune in and join us as we acknowledge the most noble profession there is: feeding people.
Check out the teasers below for what’s ahead each day this week.
It’s the first day of #PORKWeek! AgDay takes a look at virtual shows and Mike Paustian of the Iowa Pork Producers Association will be on AgriTalk. On Porkbusiness.com we’ll hear from National Pork Producers Council CEO Neil Dierks and National Pork Board CEO Bill Even about the future of the pork industry. Meanwhile, top economists weigh in on the pork outlook.
AgriTalk will focus on swine nutrition and check in with Nick Giordano of the NPPC. AgDay is talking prices and exports, and on Porkbusiness.com we’ve got exclusive data, and the second in our Q&A series with state pork executives Andy Curliss, Jessica Darr, Roy Lee Lindsey, David Preisler and Josh Trenary.
Today, Porkbusiness.com has a look at consumer demand post-COVID-19, AgriTalk will speak with Dan Halstrom of USMEF, A.V. Roth of the NPPC and Randy Francois. AgDay’s got a look at ASF and biosecurity.
On AgDay there's industry analysis and more cooking tips, while on https://www.agweb.com/agritalk, Bill Even of the National Pork Board be on the show. The Q&A series continues on Porkbusiness.com with veterinarians and the keys for herd health ahead.
TGIF! We’re rounding out #PORKWeek today with a look at bacon and restaurant demand on AgDay, Porkbusiness.com zooms in on technology in hog barns, and AgriTalk will have Farm Journal’s PORK editor Jennifer Shike, and a week-in-review roundup.
U.S. Farm Report will end the week with lots of pork-centric storytelling.