When COVID-19 struck, many people took advantage of the time at home to cook more, and some purchased meat smokers. For Joe Webel, “lockdown” was a good excuse to purchase the smoker he’d been wanting for years.
From quesadillas to breakfast hash to pizza, you can’t go wrong by adding pulled pork. In celebration of PORK Week, here's a few sure-to-please ways our readers are serving up pulled pork in everyday life.
When Chris Hoffman realized that his neighbors truly didn’t understand pig production, he decided it was time to start talking about the We Care initiatives more. But sometimes talking about it isn't enough.
When it comes to ASF, National Pork Board chief veterinarian Dave Pyburn says there are four big questions producers ask him about this deadly virus in pigs that has exploded in parts of Asia and Europe.
The good news for U.S. pork producers is that ASF is still not in the Western Hemisphere, says National Pork Board chief veterinarian Dave Pyburn. But the bad news is, globally, the disease isn’t going away.
The pork industry gathered together at the National Pork Industry Forum to recognize former Texas Pork Producers Association executive vice president Ken Horton with the Paulson-Whitmore State Executive Award.
Pig farmers are gathering in Kansas City this week for the National Pork Industry Forum. A donation of nearly 40,000 servings were provided to a Kansas City food bank on behalf of Pork Forum attendees.
Here's what happened when three Texas ladies banded together to found the non-profit corporation, Band of Barrows. Their mission? Raise money from businesses and individuals to support junior swine exhibitors.