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To combat rising pork prices and stabilize supplies, the Philippine government announced that it will provide more market access for pork imports.
February exports of U.S. beef and pork remained below the rapid pace established in early 2020, however pork exports are projected to narrowly surpass the 2020 record.
Scientists investigated the interaction of ambient hydrogen sulfide and influenza A virus on the respiratory tract of pigs.
North American pork sector stakeholders are working with the CDC and the USDA to address the threat of foreign animal disease transmission posed by pets.
Illinois scientists have updated and improved MRI-based maps of the pig brain to help understand where and how interventions affect the developing brain.
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Justin Fix, Director of Business Development and Genetic Improvement with Acuity and Caleb Shull, Director of Research at The Maschhoffs discuss how genetic evaluation varies from nucleus to commercial production and how that variation creates a bias in data analysis.
Swine expert explains the importance of gilt development and how prepubertal vulva traits can have predictive potential for identifying gilts who will reach puberty at a younger age.
In this farm vlog, the farmers are sorting and loading fat hogs to be shipped.
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