JoAnn Alumbaugh

Ronald Prestage arrested

Ronald William Prestage, DVM, from Camden, S.C., has been charged with carrying a pistol without a license. He is president-elect of the National Pork Producers Council. FULL STORY »

PED outbreaks continue in Japan

Media reports from Japan indicated Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) continues to infect herds in Japan. The Japan Pig Association expects a significant decline in market hogs this fall. FULL STORY »

Heavy rains impact barge traffic, crops

As rains continued to fall in the Midwest over the holiday weekend, barge traffic is impacted and crops in the Upper Midwest have reached a critical point. FULL STORY »

Hogs & Pigs Report somewhat surprising; blame PEDv

Economists participating in the Pork Board’s call on the most recent USDA Hogs & Pigs Report were surprised with the numbers, but all three indicated the outlook is positive for producers. FULL STORY »

Penning Pigs: World Pork Impressions

If you were there, you felt the positive vibe at the 2014 World Pork Expo; if you weren't, you missed a great show. FULL STORY »

Penning Pigs: From "confidential" to "confessions"

Amanda Eben's dad is a farmer. She learned early on that "proper animal care is non-negotiable." She exemplifies so many others who devote their lives to feeding others. FULL STORY »

Penning Pigs: Animal care confidential

I read a lot of news releases, articles and blogs every day, including those from animal rights groups. I’ve had my fair share of interactions with those folks, too. FULL STORY »

Alumbaugh: World Pork Expo coming up

Where else but World Pork Expo can you see the latest developments in technology, hear industry leaders speak on current topics, visit with fellow producers, watch competitors both young and old show breeding stock and market pigs, and excite your taste buds with some of the best pork in the world? FULL STORY »

HSUS to pay $15.75 million to settle racketeering lawsuit

The Humane Society of the United States and other co-defendants will pay $15.75 million to settle a racketeering lawsuit. The District Court called the suit "groundless and unreasonable from its inception." FULL STORY »

From our April issue: China's road to prosperity

While challenges exist, opportunities abound. FULL STORY »

Most Texas farmers have corn in the ground

Farmers in southern Texas try to start planting in February to beat the hot weather, so the corn crop there is already mostly planted, says Del Massey with Case IH. FULL STORY »

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