There will be a pork industry once we get through this pandemic. I encourage all of you to put meaning and action behind your operation. The clock is ticking.
Without some government help, many producers will not be able to absorb this kind of loss. Another massive — and maybe final — round of consolidation looms.
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The USDA, CDC and health officials have been working around the clock to ensure a safe, stable supply of protein is available while keeping employees safe.
Carroll County's top health official toured the IPC plant on Wednesday and reviewed all the initiatives undertaken to ensure the safety of IPC's team members.
The South Dakota facility, which has been closed for more than three weeks, represents 4 to 5% of U.S. pork production.
Wisconsin Pork Association is collecting donations for the processing, storage and delivery of the pork to food banks and pantries.
All team members returning to work have been tested for COVID-19, and any team member who has tested positive will remain on sick leave until released by health officials.
USDA applauds Missouri court ruling that OSHA has the primary jurisdiction over workers' safety.
Tonsor says the pandemic may push meatpacking companies to look more closely at automating more parts of the process.