Registration open for 2022 Pork Industry Forum

Former NFL Quarterback and broadcaster Joe Theismann will kick off the event.

National Pork Board

February 23, 2022

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National Pork Board

Pork producers are invited to register for the National Pork Industry Forum, taking place March 9-11 at the Omni Louisville Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky. The Pork Act Delegate Sessions are open to the public. 

Former NFL Quarterback and broadcaster Joe Theismann will kick off the event. His message of teamwork and unity will ignite delegates as they come together and tackle important work to create opportunities for, and address obstacles facing, the pork industry. 

Producer input and participation during Pork Industry Forum is essential for the future of the industry and their Pork Checkoff. At Forum, producers will: 

  • Learn how the Pork Checkoff's annual planning process and strategic investments protect their freedom to operate through collaboration, communication and coordination with industry stakeholders.

  • Discover how NPB is funding foreign animal disease research, specifically related to African swine fever, in collaboration with swine health organizations, academia and state associations.

  • Find out more about how AgView, a Checkoff-funded and producer-permissioned disease traceback platform, contributes to FAD prevention and preparedness. 

  • See how Real Pork – the industry’s trust and image brand – differentiates pork from alternatives.  

Travel accommodations, registration details and the full agenda are available here

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