Iowa Pork Congress, North America’s largest winter swine tradeshow and conference, features 10 seminars, 300 exhibitors, training sessions, fun social events and exciting youth activities.
Pork Checkoff recently funded a study to find and eliminate barriers that are stopping consumers from enjoying whole-ham yearlong.
Looking back and, more importantly, looking ahead in the pork market, I think we can learn a few things and apply them to our benefit in the new year.
For the U.S. pork industry and much of U.S. agriculture, there is simply too much at stake to allow our competitors to gain an upper hand in critical Asian markets.
Congress passed a Continuing Resolution that keeps the federal government running through April 28, thus avoiding a government...
Answering the tough questions about the first discovery of drug resistant bacteria found on U.S. sow farm.
Moving disease management forward means thinking differently.
The research emphasizes the need for expanded surveillance for resistant bacteria such as CRE on U.S. farms.
Valid Veterinarian Relationship Essential to Comply with New Antibiotic Regulations
Understanding how the microbiome impacts health and disease of swine is an emerging area of study.