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Jun 8, 2012

Pork producers worried egg legislation could set precedent

Pork producers are concerned that new legislation banning caged hens could set precedent for other livestock sectors....More
Jun 8, 2012

It's time for dialogue with producers on sow housing issue, NPPC official says

Several food service outlets and retailers have announced gestation stall-free policies for pork products in recent months. But none of those have offered to sit down with pork producers and determined how the policies can be implemented -- or better yet paid for....More
Jun 8, 2012

2012 shaping up to be good year for corn and soybeans in Midwest

The skies were overcast at this year's World Pork Expo in Des Moines, Iowa. But those clouds may have a silver lining for hog and cattle producers....More
Jun 4, 2012

USDA launching major farmer survey

Thousands of farmers are soon going to be asked by USDA to respond to a round of farmer surveys which will deal with everything from crop acreage to livestock numbers....More
May 29, 2012

Texas wheat prospects much improved

Texas wheat farmers may not be rejoicing over record production as they complete harvest, but most are happier than they were a year ago when yields were far below average, thanks to the historic 2011 drought....More
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