The JBS Swift pork processing plant located in Butchertown, Ky., is operating as normal after a small fire broke out Saturday morning, according to a company spokesperson...
First load of hogs scheduled for Sept. 5 at Coldwater, Mich., new processing plant.
The long-anticipated and long-awaited increase in U.S. hog slaughter capacity is finally at hand.
U.S. pork industry expanding in response to rising global demand and strong profitability.
New packing plants will be coming online by the end of the year and hopefully this will generate more competition for hogs.
Finding that the majority of the variability in pork quality was within individual pigs and not in any particular management practice is good news for producers.
Feed costs will be the lowest in a decade and total production costs are expected to be at decade lows.
The first exchange-traded commodity options product for soymeal also released.