Despite the cancellation of the World Pork Expo, the National Swine Registry, Certified Pedigreed Swine, and the American Berkshire Association are still planning a live swine show during the week of June 2-8, 2019.
Despite current trade headwinds, and as more poultry, beef and pork protein enters the marketplace, can demand keep up with supplies? An excellent April export report says U.S. pork is still in demand.
From pigs in the show ring to the pork on the grill, World Pork Expo brings together every stakeholder in the pork industry.These five priorities from World Pork Expo will affect your bottomline this summer.
“This is a huge decision and one that they didn't come about lightly. I know that many industry experts and leaders have been thinking about this for a very long time,” said Jennifer Shike in an AgDay interview with Clinton Griffiths.
World Pork Expo is a time to see new innovations in the trade show, sit in on seminars presented by experts in the industry, interact and share ideas with fellow pork producers and business associates, listen to music i