With U.S. pork facing trade barriers in some of its largest destinations, building strong demand in Central America and the Dominican Republic has been especially critical for the U.S. pork industry.
South Korea’s government is erecting fences, testing pigs and patrolling border areas to help keep African swine fever (ASF) out.
The second Pig Welfare Symposium organized by the National Pork Board will offer perspectives on how the pork industry can continue to evolve.
After an outbreak of ASF in neighboring South Africa, eSwatini banned imports of live pigs on Monday from countries that test positive for the deadly virus.
United Premium Foods purchases Amboy Group and Kemin Industries launches new vision for the future.
A recent dairyherd.com poll revealed 64% of respondents say they would not recommend their children join the dairy industry.
Fed cattle trades were few and far between last week, with most bids lower and packers seemingly uninterested.