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The NPPC introduced a multimedia campaign to showcase U.S. pork producers’ commitment to environmental stewardship and further reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
The Swine Health Information Center credits sector wide cooperation for helping the North American pork industry prepare for and defend against African swine fever.
The center is working on its 2021 plan and is always interested in input from veterinarians and producers about the things the center should be doing, says the executive director.
An arriving passenger was ‘sniffed’ out by a U.S. Customs and Border Protection K-9 at Newark Liberty International Airport trying to import swine meat into the United States.
November was a strong month for pork exports, which surpassed the full-year volume and value records set in 2019.
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Success in pork production starts with a well-managed sow herd that cycles together and on time. Unfortunately, reproductive problems can derail the breeding process.
This pig farmer shows viewers what a typical night shift during farrowing might look like.
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