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A dozen US pork plants have been approved to export to China—the first such approval in 10 months.
Demand for these products continues to depend almost entirely on the international marketplace, including China.
The grant will be utilized to upgrade equipment at its swine production facility at the Derrickson Agricultural Complex.
While retail pork prices were high for October, live hog prices were down.
The College of Agriculture’s Department of Animal Sciences at Purdue University found the commonalities after combining the results of 14 studies from around the globe.
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Unveiling humic substance innovations.
Arm & Hammer conducted a commercial research study that looked at different Streptococcus suis levels within sow herds and piglets.
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