Looking at the foundations for 2018, despite the politics and hand-wringing associated with trade deals, U.S. exports will remain strong because global income is expected to continue to rise throughout 2018.
It is extremely important for rapid progress to be made in these negotiations if U.S. beef and pork are to remain competitive in the largest value destination for U.S. red meat, says Dan Halstrom, U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) president and CEO.
Urgent, unpredictable events, especially those that involve potential loss of resources or opportunities, can trap us into risky thinking patterns. That can lead to impulsive behavior and put your business at risk.
Research scientist with the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, shares how the USDA Swine Influenza A Surveillance Program has been monitoring the emerging disease and how the program can benefit producers.
Dr. Paul Yeske of Swine Vet Center shares his field experience with porcine circovirus type 3 (PCV3). Hear his perspective on PCV3 control in addition to how he advises producers dealing with other respiratory diseases.