Hog farmers in North Carolina are watching with great concern the still-rising flood waters brought by Hurricane Florence. Farmers are providing feed and care for animals and fuel to power ventilation systems in barns.
Mandatory evacuations were imposed for parts of three East Coast states Tuesday as millions of Americans prepared for what could become one of the most catastrophic hurricanes to hit the Eastern Seaboard in decades.
Lingering flood waters are making it hard for farmers to recover after Hurricane Florence. Farmers are taking unusual steps to reach hog barns and forcing them to deliver feed through treacherous conditions.
In a conversation with a writer this week I was asked a variety of questions about this falls markets and the opening of new slaughter plants next summer. I've also had conversations this week with equipment suppl
The Agricultural Data Coalition (ADC) announced the formation of a farmer advisory board to assist the coalition in accomplishing its core principle of farmers being in control of the data collected on their operations
Farmers are sharing stories of weathering Hurricane Florence and the lingering devastation in a video by North Carolina Farm Bureau. Agricultural losses are nearly triple than those from Hurricane Matthew in 2016.
Pork producers are becoming increasingly tech-savvy, and it's interesting to see how equipment, record-keeping tools, environmental controls and other devices have changed over time. Producers use computers to run
North Carolina Pork Council CEO Andy Curliss sees firsthand the devastation hurricanes can cause farmers. But activist groups are already using this coming storm to advance their anti-agriculture agenda,