Each year, the Illinois Pork Producers Association honors a pork producing family who has contributed to the long-term success of the industry through leadership and pork promotion on the local and state levels.
We enter 2020 with a host of unusual and unpredictable events. In other words, there is huge opportunity for those who can read the signs of the times, says PORK columnists Dennis DiPietre and Lance Mulberry.
For fifth-generation farmers Aaron and Alyce Nieland of Breda, Iowa, being named the 2019 recipients of the Pork All-American Award by the Iowa Pork Producers Association is not something they take lightly.
Two completely different viral outbreaks are making international headlines and originating in China – one affects people and one affects pigs. They share the similarity of being viruses, but that’s where it ends.
Do you think the U.S. swine herd will get African swine fever? I watched her face as she worked to pull together everything she could to come up with the right answer. That’s a tough question for a 13-year-old.
On Sunday, 60 Minutes aired an episode questioning antibiotic use in the livestock industry and singled out the pork industry. The report failed to include critical information about modern pig farming, NPPC says.