A rise in COVID-19 cases acted as a short-term anchor in the markets. With the election just days away, is agriculture on the verge of a price tipping point? Economists from the University of Missouri weigh in.
The most recent discoveries of African swine fever (ASF) in wild boars in Germany bring the total number of confirmed cases to over 100. Rabobank's latest report sheds insight on what's ahead for Germany's pork market.
I guess you could say I’ve picked up my share of rocks this year, says Farm Journal's PORK editor Jennifer Shike. Find out how Dr. Athena Diesch-Chham’s rock theory hit the nail on the head for her in 2020.
Around the same time as the world was pondering Y2K, the swine industry was pondering a new production system for feeder pigs. SDSU's Ryan Samuel takes a look at the evolution of wean-to-finish production systems.
The Vietnam Trade Alliance, a grouping of buyers and producers, signed a pact on Wednesday to buy up to $500 million worth of American pork over three years, the U.S. embassy in Hanoi said on Wednesday.