Call it what you will, pulled pork or barbecue, this tender, fall-off-the-bone meat we love today has a deep place in American history.
Just as you cannot get “milk” from something that does not have teats, you cannot get meat from something that has not walked or flown on this earth.
During the 2019 Allen D. Leman Swine Conference, the veterinarian explored lessons learned from past emergency responses and what could happen if FMD struck a U.S. swine herd.
Only a couple of days into Pork Month, but it’s already off to a roaring start. What will the rest of the month hold?
For National Day, many Chinese are opting to still purchase fresh pork, but not as much.
Waiting for a pork chop to come off the 3-D printer just doesn’t create the same anticipation as waiting for it to come off the grill.
During a foreign animal disease outbreak, will your strategy be to go now, go carefully or hunker down?
People, pigs and planet are intertwined to ensuring a successful hog operation.
Through their risk assessments, the ISU team has found several key areas pork producers can work on to improve biosecurity on their farms.