The Pork Forum kicked off its 2016 session last week, bringing in hundreds of delegates representing the National Pork Board (Pork Board) and National Pork Producers Council (NPPC). Without question, the biggest topic o
Neil Dierks gives credit for the organization’s successes to board members, producer leaders, his staff and farmers out in the country—never to himself. But in reality, he’s a shrewd, big-picture thinker.
Can you believe it?<p></p>World Pork Expo (WPX)<p></p>starts in just days.
While most of you are probably in the "crunch-time" mode to get the final touches complete<p></p>before you take your adventure<p></p>to Des
World Pork Expo is here livestock show season is around the corner.<p></p> These are great events that celebrate agriculture and our rural communities, but the presence of swine at these events poses a biosecurity risk fo
It seems Thomas Titus was always meant for great things in the pork industry. He even jokes that he was "born into the pig pen," and anyone who meets Titus can attest to his dedication and unrelenting enthus
When the National Pork Producers Council and the National Pork Board became two organizations, it was a challenging time for the pork industry, but staff and producer-leaders came through stronger than ever.
Trips to Washington DC with the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) and its Pork Leadership Institute (PLI) always offer enlightenment on current issues mixed with a comradery not seen in all industries. This spring’s trip was no exception.