Pork Producers call on USDA to intervene on line speeds

A judge’s 90-day deadline to force processing plants back to traditional line speeds expires next month. According to an analysis from an Iowa State University professor, slower line speeds will cost small producers some $80 million dollars a year.

National Pork Producer Council’s Andrew Bailey joined us on the Market Day Report to talk about the impact on producers.


Unions sue Dept. of Ag over increased line speeds