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The perceived soybean meal shortage

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Important to stay in front of issues to help ward off panic buying.

Pork is hugely important to domestic and international soybean meal consumption. Closely following poultry, swine consumes a large percentage of soybeans available in the United States.

Guest host, Amber Pugh, a director of procurement with Pipestone Nutrition, hosts Gordon Denny, a soybean industry professional, on a recent SwineTime podcast to discuss the perceived soybean meal shortage in our industry.

As feed costs are on the rise, it is important to stay in front of issues such as the perceived soybean meal shortage to help ward off panic buying. Listen in as Gordon Denny addresses this issue, as well as shares additional knowledge on macro ingredients, protein sources for pigs, and more!

SwineTime podcast was created for the pork industry and individual pork producers around the country. Hosted by Dr. Spencer Wayne with Pipestone Veterinary Services, the podcast contains pork industry news, advancements in animal care and how to enhance your productivity.

Monthly podcasts are available on Spotify, Google Music, ITunes, Anchor and on

Source: Pipestone Veterinary Services, which is solely responsible for the information provided, and wholly owns the information. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset.

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