Livestock showmen are an important aspect of the pork industry and, of course, should be celebrated on National Pig Day!
The extension will now also include a study to better understand the impact of those speed increases on worker safety.
What can these facilities do to protect themselves? I wrote about this issue last spring, and since that time, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has issued a significant opinion. That makes an update in order.
In 2023, U.S. meat production failed to post a year-over-year increase, the first time since 2014. This year, livestock analysts say production growth will hardly be measurable.
Producers are getting a better outlook for hog profitability, and analysts call it a breath of fresh air.
U.S. pork exports could outpace both chicken and beef shipments in the coming decade.
In a recent statement, California State Representative James Gallagher says Prop 12 not only impacts pork producers but agriculture as a whole, and emphasizes the need for producers and consumers to co-exist.
The National Agricultural Law Center is zeroing in on some crucial legal matters for the new year.
As we start the new year, let’s take a look at some of the legislative items from 2023 affecting agriculture that will continue to play out in the political area for months to come.
Brazil, the world’s top poultry meat exporter, is expected to increase chicken meat exports in 2024. On the other hand, the country’s soybean projections for the South American agricultural leader are expected to dip slightly in the New Year.
The USDA has ranked the world’s top consumers of imported meat products by nation. Find out which countries take the top spots here.
The latest cattle reports from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) suggest that hope for a U.S. cattle herd expansion might be misplaced.