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New year, new opportunities for hog producers

We ring in 2022 with a look at producer profitability and what opportunities likely are ahead for year. Cargill's Mark Hulsebus and Matt Ritter join us to share their insights.

In this first Feedstuffs Precision Pork episode of the new year, we turn to Mark Hulsebus, commercial director, and Matt Ritter, nutrition and technical services director, with Cargill Animal Nutrition, to get their insights on what’s likely ahead for the hog industry in 2022. 

What might the omnicron virus, continued shipping issues, feed costs and this week’s return of winter to the Midwest mean for pork producers when it comes to profitability. As we hear, now may not be the time to buckle down but rather a time to take a hard look at the opportunities that lie ahead. 

Plan today for tomorrow’s success. These are uncertain times, and it will pay dividends to be well-prepared. Hog nutrition experts at Cargill are available to assist you with your questions.

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