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ICASA Seeks Research to Improve Antibiotic Stewardship in Pigs
Calls for research concepts on two topics aim to improve antibiotic stewardship in the swine industry. ICASA is one of the largest public-private partnerships focused on antibiotic stewardship in animal agriculture.
Pork Checkoff News
Stakeholder Report, April Webinar, Pork Export Data

Learn the top five updates from the Pork Checkoff this month. Read the 2020 Stakeholder Report. See monthly pork export data results. And something bigger than bacon at IHOP?

Webinar
Analysis: USDA Quarterly Hogs and Pigs Report – Q1 2021

Analysts shared their insights and analysis of the USDA Quarterly Hogs and Pigs Report during a webinar for pork producers hosted by the Pork Checkoff.

How Has the Pork Industry Benefited From $15-Million Producer Investment?

Five ways the Swine Health Information Center (SHIC) has moved the needle in swine health and how the Pork Checkoff supported those efforts.

FAD Prevention & Preparedness
U.S. & Canada Partner on ASF Protocol

USDA and Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) established a shared protocol to minimize trade disruptions in the event of an ASF detection in feral swine.

Maximize Returns
Why It Pays to Stop Feed Wastage Now

Easy steps can yield massive savings for producers.

Why the Pork Industry Needs to Build a Toothbrush

"Perhaps one of the biggest points I took home about how to grow pork consumption was a lesson Sawhney learned from Facebook and Google: Build a toothbrush."

Pork Checkoff News
Pork Industry Honors Roy Poage with the Distinguished Service Award
The National Pork Board honored Roy Poage with its Distinguished Service Award during the 2021 National Pork Industry Forum.
Bill Even on Agri-Pulse Open Mic Podcast

Last year proved challenging for pork producers and the pork industry despite record-setting global pork sales. While the new year offers challenges from higher feed costs, Even shares opportunities in domestic and global markets.

Pandemic Outlook: A Boost for Pork?

COVID-19 had a surprisingly positive impact on pork sales.

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